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Do you have a GSOH?

  • Yes

    Votes: 57 50.4%
  • Sometimes

    Votes: 16 14.2%
  • No

    Votes: 12 10.6%
  • What's a GSOH?

    Votes: 28 24.8%

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sherbetbizarre

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.................boke..........
Had to Google that one, apparently it means 'sh*t for brains' in Japanese :hahazebs:

"Everybody and their grandma knows how to call someone a baka (“stupid”), and you may have heard some other words before like aho (“idiot”) or boke (“sh*t-for-brains”), but now it’s time to really insult someone’s intelligence by calling them a kasu (“worthless idiot”) or kichigai (“retard”)"

https://soranews24.com/2016/09/22/w...ensive-japanese-swear-words-【weird-top-five】/
 

Trevp666

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Had to Google that one, apparently it means 'sh*t for brains' in Japanese

I did not know that.
I have always used the word 'Boke' in the same context that everyone did when I was a teenager.
Whenever someone described eating something that they thought was nice but everyone else would throw-up if they had to eat it, one would immediately make that comic noise and facial expression of a person being sick followed with the word 'Boke' said very plainly.

As in being an expression of ones distaste for the others food.
 

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I did not know that.
I have always used the word 'Boke' in the same context that everyone did when I was a teenager.
Whenever someone described eating something that they thought was nice but everyone else would throw-up if they had to eat it, one would immediately make that comic noise and facial expression of a person being sick followed with the word 'Boke' said very plainly.

As in being an expression of ones distaste for the others food.
The term for vomitting was the first thing Google threw up (pun intended :p ) but then the Japanse insults was next on the list :)
 

LymeswoldSnork

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I did not know that.
I have always used the word 'Boke' in the same context that everyone did when I was a teenager.
Whenever someone described eating something that they thought was nice but everyone else would throw-up if they had to eat it, one would immediately make that comic noise and facial expression of a person being sick followed with the word 'Boke' said very plainly.

As in being an expression of ones distaste for the others food.

Scottish, I think, and usually spelt "boak".
 

Beresford

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And in the good parts of Scotland as well, ie the East :)
We'll agree to disagree. You have a lovely sea view of Fife. I have a lovely sea view of Arran, Ailsa Craig and on a good day, the Kintyre peninsula.

I jest of course. I quite like Edinburgh.
 
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