Monday, June 20, 2011

Tampuns

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  1. STEVERRRR, BENNNNEEEERRR, NO, it’s BLOGGGGGEEEERRRRR…

  2. ZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz………..
    STEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEVEEERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!! FTW!

  3. I’m guessing the lame bit is that the submitter has his facebook language set to Pirate English. Right?

  4. Somebody please pull the cord on this one.

  5. Dauntie shouldn’t have put “on” after “cotton”. Idiot.

  6. @oilersfan NO. To cotton on to something is to catch on to it. Same definition.

  7. @TonHyukOTP – wrong-o, chum. Both ways are,”Right,” depending on where you grew up.

    To “cotton to” or “to cotton on to” means to “catch on,” “become aware of,” or “take a liking to.” It’s been around for a long time. That said, I have never heard anyone say, “Cotton on to,” but the people who say it most likely say, “Irregardless,” and, “Could/would/should of, ” (instead of the correct, “Have”), as well.

    Kthxbai!

  8. I didn’t realize that was actually a term. I assumed that he was only using cotton as “caught on” to continue the pun trend. I stand (slightly) corrected.

  9. Posts like this make me yearn for a time before the Internet became a ubiquitous necessity and we had better things to do to amuse ourselves.

  10. I see we have some pun-haters here. What a tide of waste.

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