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'My bad'

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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
Three people on here have said 'my bad' to me in the past two days. The Hannah Montana generation, they make me sick !
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
my bad.
#2
I do and Im 32 it its more of a mock take out of the saying rather than being indoctrinated by any show or culture!

You need to chillax a little!
#3
I most certainly do not ! Im just sick of children using Americanised English at me.
#4
iNSOMANiAC
I most certainly do not !


LOL...
#5
jellybaby22
annoys the life out of me when people say it........
doesnt even make sense :x


There is so much in this world to get annoyed about yet a saying that will be forgotton irks you.

You need to relax !
#6
Yeah well, we'll see whos relaxed when we're all

''Haulin' our goddamn ass up and down the sidewalk''
#7
Meaning
My mistake - I'm to blame.
Origin
This slang term originated in about 1970. At that time, i.e. pre the widespread use of the Internet, slang terms often circulated at street level for many years before being adopted by anyone who felt inclined to write them down. That's clearly not the case any longer of course and any word or phrase that is widely known is dateable quite precisely via website logs.
The first citation in print is C. Wielgus and A. Wolff's, 'Back-in-your-face Guide to Pick-up Basketball', 1986:
[INDENT]"My bad, an expression of contrition uttered after making a bad pass or missing an opponent."
[/INDENT]Shakespeare used the term with something like the current meaning, in his Sonnet 112:
[INDENT]Your love and pity doth the impression fill
Which vulgar scandal stamp'd upon my brow;
For what care I who calls me well or ill,
So you o'er-green my bad, my good allow?
[/INDENT]
#8
iNSOMANiAC
Yeah well, we'll see whos relaxed when we're all

''Haulin' our goddamn ass up and down the sidewalk''


Word.
#9
hannah montana generation lulz

its just another way of saying oops im sorry

get with the time grandad

[SIZE="7"]MY BAD MUTHA..[/SIZE]
#10
iNSOMANiAC
Yeah well, we'll see whos relaxed when we're all

''Haulin' our goddamn ass up and down the sidewalk''


are you a frustrated teacher :whistling:
#11
snowtiger
Meaning
My mistake - I'm to blame.
Origin
This slang term originated in about 1970. At that time, i.e. pre the widespread use of the Internet, slang terms often circulated at street level for many years before being adopted by anyone who felt inclined to write them down. That's clearly not the case any longer of course and any word or phrase that is widely known is dateable quite precisely via website logs.
The first citation in print is C. Wielgus and A. Wolff's, 'Back-in-your-face Guide to Pick-up Basketball', 1986:
[INDENT]"My bad, an expression of contrition uttered after making a bad pass or missing an opponent."
[/INDENT]Shakespeare used the term with something like the current meaning, in his Sonnet 112:
[INDENT]Your love and pity doth the impression fill
Which vulgar scandal stamp'd upon my brow;
For what care I who calls me well or ill,
So you o'er-green my bad, my good allow?
[/INDENT]


lolages Shakespeare was a bad ass mutha
#12
There's like, only one thing worse and thats when I hear like, teenage girls saying ****ing 'like' every other word.

'And I was like, no way, and she was like, way ! so then I turned round and I was like......' ad infinitum
#13
iNSOMANiAC
Yeah well, we'll see whos relaxed when we're all

''Haulin' our goddamn ass up and down the sidewalk''


Surely, 'Yeah' is an american version of 'Yes' :)
#14
you should know by now we copy EVERYTHING the americans do-just ask the Iraquis and afghans:whistling:
#15
iNSOMANiAC
There's like, only one thing worse and thats when I hear like, teenage girls saying ****ing 'like' every other word.

'And I was like, no way, and she was like, way ! so then I turned round and I was like......' ad infinitum


like rah n ting blud

manz hyping over bare lil tings

alie
#16
bazzaric
Surely, 'Yeah' is an american version of 'Yes' :)



True, I would normally say 'aye' but I am trying to like, communicate on the same level as these Americanised buffoons
#17
There are plenty of phrases in this country to get worried about before tackling the thread of American slang.

Like 'innit', for example.

By contrast 'my bad' is positively tame.
#18
I dont see any problem with innit when compared to the 'like' 'ass' and 'my bad' problems we are facing.
#19
that is soooo last season.
suspended#20
I have never heard anyone say it ....
#21
iNSOMANiAC
True, I would normally say 'aye' but I am trying to like, communicate on the same level as these Americanised buffoons


I've always thought that the americans are a much greater threat to our culture and lifestyle than any other foreign power.

And god help us if we ever elect a leader the septics don't like, they'll probably make us the 50whatever state, like!
banned#22
I see where the OP is coming from but the word MOVIE gets my goat more lol

Its a film ffs!
#23
Wow, must be good to have your life when something as trivial as this annoys you.

Not everybody speaks the Queens English. Stop being picky :thumbsup:
banned#24
I dislike deluded football fans. They make me sick.
#25
Sebas111
Wow, must be good to have your life when something as trivial as this annoys you.

Not everybody speaks the Queens English. Stop being picky :thumbsup:


You may think it is trivial, but you, are wrong.
banned#26
People move around a lot more, expose themselves to new words and phrases and adopt them.

It's better than text speak, although OP gives the impression of someone from a quite insular world.
banned#27
iNSOMANiAC
You may think it is trivial, but you, are wrong.


What's with all the commas? Don't make threads abut poor grammar and then do this.
#28
vibeone
I dislike deluded football fans. They make me sick.


Care to enlighten me??
#29
Sebas111
Care to enlighten me??


Do what the rest of us do mate, ignore him, he's an imbecile :)
banned#30
csiman
I see where the OP is coming from but the word MOVIE gets my goat more lol

Its a film ffs!


Either is acceptable. Scorsese made a great doc called A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies - I'll go with him on this:thumbsup:
banned#31
FilthAndFurry
What's with all the commas? Don't make threads abut poor grammar and then do this.


Irony.
banned#32
Sebas111
Care to enlighten me??


Did you see the words 'deluded fan' and immediately think he was talking about you?:-D:-D:-D

The OP is a fan of the other team from Manchester. The ones that were manshamed by Hull at the weekend.
banned#33
guv
Irony.


Canadian.
#34
I cant make a single thread without it becoming infested by the same old trolls. Everytime without fail.
#35
FilthAndFurry
Did you see the words 'deluded fan' and immediately think he was talking about you?:-D:-D:-D

The OP is a fan of the other team from Manchester. The ones that were manshamed by Hull at the weekend.


Sorry, my bad!!!

Sorry OP, couldn't resist. :thumbsup:
banned#36
iNSOMANiAC
I cant make a single thread without it becoming infested by the same old trolls. Everytime without fail.


It's a sign of affection...... or was that affliction?

You could put in a report for the obvious inciting negative replies - particularly as you've told them time and time again, they're on ignore. Just make sure you don't hit the report button 500 times like some idiots do!
#37
Let them carry I cant see what they type anyway, except when someone quotes them and I get a nugget of their idiocy.:roll:
#38
Tinkytayls
I have never heard anyone say it ....

Neither have I, but I have seen it written here ( HUKD) - usually, it seems to my jaundiced opinion, by those who wish to be 'down with the kids' in some way.

I prefer 'sorry'.
banned#39
iNSOMANiAC
I cant make a single thread without it becoming infested by the same old trolls. Everytime without fail.


The problem is that you make posts that contain mistakes - isn't 'moron' a word popularised in America and adopted over here?
#40
FilthAndFurry
The problem is that you make posts that contain mistakes - isn't 'moron' a word popularised in America and adopted over here?



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moron_(psychology)
Moron is a controversial term once used in psychology to denote a category of mental retardation.[1] The term was closely tied with the American eugenics movement.[2] Once the term became popularized, it fell out of use by the psychological community.

Origin and uses
"Moron" was coined in 1910 by psychologist Henry H. Goddard[3] from the Ancient Greek word μωρός (moros), which meant "dull" (as opposed to "sharp"), and used to describe a person with a mental age located between 8 and 12 on the Binet scale.[4] It was once applied to people with an IQ of 51-70, being superior in one degree to "imbecile" (IQ of 26-50) and superior in two degrees to "idiot" (IQ of 0-25). The word moron, along with others including "retarded", "idiotic", "imbecilic", "stupid", and "feeble-minded", was formerly considered a valid descriptor in the psychological community, but it is now deprecated by psychologists.[5]

Following opposition to Goddard's attempts to popularize his ideas,[6] Goddard recanted his earlier claims about the moron: "It may still be objected that moron parents are likely to have imbecile or idiot children. There is not much evidence that this is the case. The danger is probably negligible."[

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