10 Reasons Why You Should Have Sex With Your Ex

Submitted by: piperfawn 4 years ago in Misc

Informative, and a good occasion to listen a Brit accent.
There are 38 comments:
Female 685
Yeah bring back Jenna. This girl`s make up is crap, her clip on hair extensions are crap, her weird lighting makes her look crap, and the video is crap.
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Male 14,835
bring back Jenna
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Male 674
Angilion...wisker bisuit! Nom nom nom...good!
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Female 2,228
On "biscuit" I want to say it may have had something to do with the French influence in New Orleans, and I`d bet money that early New York (New Amsterdam) gave us "cookie".

"Pudding" here means a sweet gooey desert, and nothing else. For you it can mean Yorkshire pudding or even (GASP) blood pudding, which throws us for a real tailspin! Gotcha on the fanny pack/rubbers thing ;-)

I probably would enjoy visiting, ancient stone circles and not so ancient drafty castles are kinda my thing. I`ll have to do that someday...
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Male 12,365
Ye gods, my typing is dreadful tonight. Too little sleep this week.
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Male 12,365
Bah, cut off prior to 1000 as usual.

I`ve no idea where USA English got its meaning of `bisuit` from. Do you know?

Here`s a bit more to muddy the waters...the good item you call a biscuit has been around for ages in Britain too, under a completely different name. It`s a scone here, although scones are usually sweetened and eaten as a form of cake (traditionally with jam and cream). Unsweetened scones were often served with a meat stew/gravy, like USA biscuits in the USA, but on top of it rather than under it. The combination was called a cobbler. Which prompts me to wonder why. I`ll have to look that up. I say "was" because I haven`t seen it for years. It seems to have fallen out of favour here.

If you come here, don`t talk about fanny packs and if I go there I won`t talk about rubbers :)
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Male 12,365
[quote]@Angillion, yeah that`s a sweater alright. Deciphering our little peculiarities like this is what makes this language fun IMO.[/quote]

I agree. I enjoy poking through the etymologies to see why the differences between English and American English exist. There`s often a reason, e.g. English "taxi" and American English "cab" are both abbreviations of the earlier rather cumbersome description of such vehicles - "taximeter cabriolet".

[quote]Don`t even get me started on the proper meaning of "Pudding", or "Biscuit" though.[/quote]

What does "pudding" mean in the USA? I didn`t know it was different.

English "biscuit" matches the earliest known meaning of the word, so there! :) USA English used the Dutch word for that food item as the root word (koekje --> cookie) rather than the Latin that English used. Maybe New Amsterdamn was an early centre for them. I`ve no idea whe
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Male 13,624
Andrew155
You go try attempt a pissed Brit girl
50/50 chance of having your throat slit!
warning racist remarks within not nice
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Male 13,624
She loved my direct black country talk,
and pissed herself when I said silly stuff like
``bugger off`` , ``oh rooster`` etc..
The Americans through her family and many friends
I have found to be so friendly and welcoming
You wont go wrong with a US gal really dude
we didnt fall out really we still talk often, just the price of seeing each other was outta reach
at £700 return to the west coast from Blighty
and more from the LAX going the other way
Gave me a new view on you lot over of there xx
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Male 13,624
@thenedman
I went with a Cali girl for 3 years,
She and her friends and parents were all uber interested in me. I will give you the questions I can remember, when we first got together, I went over there, and I got
`Have I seen the Queen? - yes, Diana? - yes,``
``Do the Beatles visit London - I guess the remaining ones do``
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`Do you get cable? - yes`
`Love the NHS over there - I do too`
`You like faggots??? - which is a personal favorite - Love em in gravy and mash`
They got proper confused until much explanation and a picture was used
BUT... I noticed differences when a Cali gal came here mind.
Very very polite, someone sneezed in a supermarket she shouted `bless you`
she also got as you would kinda hysterical on the drive home from Manchester airport sitting on her wrong side of the road at 70 mph



I think the main one was `Have I seen the Queen`
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Male 13,624
@LordJim
covers it
@ som-tam if you could afford the amount of alcohol
the average British Gal can sup, best of luck
drink you under several tables dude
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Male 61
I don`t know who this woman is. She is very pretty, though... When I Google image search her, I get pictures of Russell Brand. Particularly odd. Either way, she was the kind of entertaining where her friends probably said she was funny and she think Jenna Marbles is like a border breaker for women when she`s really a normal girl with a webcam and no career any more.
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Male 7,123
Annoying bint.
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Male 5,617
I REALLY hope no one takes this seriously...
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Male 674
Flip-Flops! This bird? You could put wet on yer feet easier than walking in water.
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Male 714
`I heard that British girls on holiday are the easiest of Europe.` yes, easier to get into than a pair of flip-flops!
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Male 977
Awwww someone thinks people want to listen to her! Cuuuuuuuute!
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Male 674
whore...A, B. C
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Female 1,205
I like her more than Jenna Marbles actually
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Male 2,578
I heard that British girls on holiday are the easiest of Europe.
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Male 600
directed*
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Male 600
Actually I think Jenna Marble`s videos are directly just a little more creatively.
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Male 600
Is it just me, or is she a British version of Jenna Marbles?
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Female 2,228
Thenedman I`d be more than happy to help you out with this one. I guess there`s just something courtly and poetic about it, classical. As opposed to what we`re used to, which I like to think of as more post modern in character. It`s different and intriguing.

I also think most Americans would agree. Although I notice that musical imports like 1 Direction (for the younger set) have had theirs artificially removed by speech coaches, I really don`t think it would hurt them to just forgo the coaches altogether. Goddess knows it didn`t hurt the Beetles...
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Male 307
Ok question time to the American girls and boys of I-A-B, what is it about a British accent that apparently makes us sexy and desirable?? and to what extent is the stereotype that a British accent (in my case pretty posh)true??
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Female 2,228
"A good occasion to listen to a Brit accent." -Not that I need a whole lot of convincing, but guys just do it better, sorry they just do.

@Angillion, yeah that`s a sweater alright. Deciphering our little peculiarities like this is what makes this language fun IMO. Don`t even get me started on the proper meaning of "Pudding", or "Biscuit" though. :-D
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Male 12,365
[quote">i think it`s a hoodie[/quote">

No, a jumper doesn`t have a hood and is usually more form-fitting than a hoody.

There`s a typically shaped jumper on this page, feminine style (masculine style is straight rather than narrower near the middle).

Cheap jumper

Odd factoid - Britain was famous for hoodies 2000 years ago. The birrus Britannicus was one of the things that the Roman province of Brittania was noted for and connected to the thing it was most noted for - horrible weather :)
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Male 12,365
[quote]whats a jumpa[/quote]

I haven`t watched the video so I don`t know the context, but since you`re asking I can assume it`s a meaning that isn`t used in the USA.

In the UK, a jumper is (amongst other things) an item of clothing for the upper body. It covers the torso, generally to about hip level. It has full length sleeves. It`s traditionally made of wool, though it doesn`t have to be. I think you call it a sweater over there.
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Male 3,619
@danagamer
i think it`s a hoodie
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Male 701
whats a jumpa
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Male 3,147
Two very good reasons why I shouldn`t have sex with my ex

1. She was a mean person

2. The patio looks good and i`d rather not ruin it by digging her up.
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Female 7,867
Some exes are worth keeping on speed dial, others are really not. but a decent ex is handy, and can save a fortune in social spending- something cheap to do on a quiet evening is a great idea.
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Female 4,447
I`ll give you a good reason NOT to have sex with your ex. If the last guy you slept with was a total tiger in the sack, and the ex wasn`t, then it`s going to be a boring lay. Even if you thought the ex *was* a tiger in the sack, but your last boytoy turned out to be way better, it`s going to ruin the ex sex.
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Female 7,867
Okay - that was mildly amusing. Rather nice to listen to people speaking normally too...whiney American girls are the bane of my ears!!
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Male 376
Same here. Can someone just list the reasons so we don`t have to watch the video?
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Male 3,909
She`s the British version of Jenna Marbles.
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Male 2,551
This is the first video I`ve seen or hers, and I can`t stand her. Made it about two and a half minutes in before realising it probably wasn`t going to get any better.
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Male 5,081
Link: 10 Reasons Why You Should Have Sex With Your Ex [Rate Link] - Informative, and a good occasion to listen a Brit accent.
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