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Author Topic: Euphemistic phrases in reviews  (Read 3243 times)

Offline tobyrome

I actually enjoy reading a few euphemisms in reviews and some comedy too.

Whilst a review is about putting across the whole experience, I enjoy reading the non sterile reviews that have some comedy included. I enjoy seeing the punters personality come through in the review.

I'm probably a bad offender with the euphemisms.... sexual intercourse has been podging since I were old enough to buy a pint, like I've said, I post how I speak, podging, brass etc etc.

This paid podging lark is about fun and giving me a giggle. It will never be serious to me, if I want serious I'll buy a train set.

Oh, not serious doesn't mean careless.


Yes its a game that should not be taken too seriously. Always should be fun
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Offline tobyrome

You do though  :sarcastic:


I've lived amongst your kind but thankfully not now
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I've lived amongst your kind but thankfully not now

We're missing you already :sarcastic:

Sorry you had to down scale but you never know, your luck might change  :D
« Last Edit: April 02, 2016, 05:10:18 PM by cueball »



Yes its a game that should not be taken too seriously. Always should be fun
Absolutely, we need to have a bit of banter and a laugh to make up for the shit punts and make it worthwhile   

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I've lived amongst your kind but thankfully not now

Good riddence wanker  :D see you next time :sarcastic:

Offline seward

There seems to be a rather pedantic attitude to fellow forum members does it really matter as long as the essence of the review is communicated to the benefit of all , I am sure it is not the greatest offense dropping into the vernacular, perhaps a little tolerance, anyone who contributes deserves a little  respect . Function over form as long as information is conveyed.  Bloody hell me recommending tolerance the world must have moved on its axis  :D

Offline Marmalade

There seems to be a rather pedantic attitude to fellow forum members does it really matter as long as the essence of the review is communicated to the benefit of all , I am sure it is not the greatest offense dropping into the vernacular, perhaps a little tolerance, anyone who contributes deserves a little  respect . Function over form as long as information is conveyed.  Bloody hell me recommending tolerance the world must have moved on its axis  :D

 :rolleyes: 4 reviews in 3 months with a spread of pos and neg is a nice contribution, respect to you (& tolerance to your frankly daft comment), and don't you maybe think it's just perhaps a teeny bit early to tell everyone else how to mind their p's n q's?? If not, please read the rules. They're for guidance as well -- and written by someone who definitely knows his job. If still not, all I can point out is that it's not a democracy.

Offline seward

Marmalade sorry if you think I was trying to tell anyone how to mind their p and qs it was just a thought on not putting anybody off writing a review. You know some of us are very delicate and now I'm cut to the core to be told I'm daft!!
Mind you those that know me would probably say a lot worse   :D

Offline Marmalade

some of us are very delicate and now I'm cut to the core
have a bandaid  :P

Offline mrhappypants

Quite painful to read!

Would that be when they are unable to correctly construct a grammatical sentence?  :D

Dave

Offline mrhappypants

I suspect your AW feedback is also laced with code.

Gentleman - old geezer


Fuck DON'T say that!  ALL my reviews refer to me as a Gentlman.  I thought it meant I did not leave a skid mark on the bed - unlike some of you smelly fuckers.  :D

Dave
« Last Edit: April 04, 2016, 01:55:55 PM by mrhappypants »

Would that be when they are unable to correctly construct a grammatical sentence?  :D

Dave

You're on thin ice, accusing others of that!

Offline mrhappypants

You're on thin ice, accusing others of that!

No doubt mate, but I don't write duff sentances while bemoaning the grammar of others do I?

I am just pulling your leg (OOPPS - euphamism!!!).

Dave
« Last Edit: April 04, 2016, 02:03:40 PM by mrhappypants »

No doubt mate, but I don't write duff sentances while bemoaning the grammar of others do I?

I am just pulling your leg (OOPPS - euphamism!!!).

Dave

What's a split infinitive between friends?  :)

Offline Arley Hall

ALL my reviews refer to me as a Gentlman.

Yes - I'm a "polite and clean gentleman". It conjours up an image of one of my great uncles - with a trilby hat, a watch and chain and a walking stick.
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Offline mrhappypants

Yes - I'm a "polite and clean gentleman". It conjours up an image of one of my great uncles - with a trilby hat, a watch and chain and a walking stick.

Fuck it gets WORSE!  Yours must mean you don't smell or pick your nose: I presumably do BOTH. I am on a punt waiting for the final address text.  I am going to ask her what the euphamism means.

Dave

Would that be when they are unable to correctly construct a grammatical sentence?  :D

Dave
A split infinitive  :scare:

Offline Nagilum

I have been taken to task here on the East Midlands board for criticising the use of euphemistic phrases such as 'we sorted the paperwork out' and 'it was on with the hat /mac / raincoat'

https://www.ukpunting.com/index.php?topic=91427.new#new

Personally I find such phrases in reports extremely grating and a sign of fluffiness as though they are trying to deny it's a paid encounter.

What do others think?

I use them myself, but ony because i thought it was the lingo of the forum.  Never thought of it that way before.  :unknown:

Offline seward

I use them myself, but ony because i thought it was the lingo of the forum.  Never thought of it that way before.  :unknown:

Im glad you said that it just proves my post on dropping into the vernacular it's so natural in groups it's how catch phrases start to the annoyance of some on forums :D

Years ago I had some academic stuff to write and someone said "if you are going to pass, the examiner has to enjoy reading it and if she or he is going to enjoy reading it you should enjoy writing it", and that is how I began. 10 years later my apparently anonymous text was mentioned in a jocular way by a colleague who was the anonymous examiner. He reckoned no one else but me would have used the style I did for a serious topic and ten years was long enough ago for him to come out over it.

So I enjoy writing reviews and even if I declare that mister happy was happy and stood to attention. I shall write them for my own pleasure and so hope that they will be for your pleasure also.

If someone writes euphemistic phrases too often they can go and play their on their own euphonium some place else.

I recall many years ago I was writing a 'field report' while on vacation, as they were then known, and missus HP came into the room and looked over my shoulder before I could close the screen. I made out it was a work report and apologised for working on holiday. I had gone for a quick punt while supposedly visiting a large Tesco and got lost on the way back ..... so now they are reviews and no longer field reports. I did manage to close the screen before she realised and brought up a screen of local cinemas which was ready underneath. Phew.

While on the subject of reviews at what point do we introduce a maximum number of posts beyond which a poster can no longer post until he writes a review?

PS, Field Reports were on auto-censored, long before AW.
« Last Edit: April 04, 2016, 08:36:50 PM by Horizontal pleasures »

Offline mrhappypants

A split infinitive  :scare:

At least I remembered the full stop. :D

I got Spicy Julia's take on the "gentleman" debate and she says she thinks it is OK but in realit she was probably placating me.  She said "clean and polite" probably means you are a bit boring.  By the end I think she thought I was a bit too much of a pervert to be a "gentleman." 

Dave
« Last Edit: April 04, 2016, 08:32:40 PM by mrhappypants »

Offline Arley Hall

She said "clean and polite" probably means you are a bit boring.

My worst fears confirmed! An AW prossie once described me as "a bit shy". That still rankles. I reckon £100 from an introvert buys the same goods and services as £100 from an extrovert! Cheeky tart.
« Last Edit: April 04, 2016, 09:19:47 PM by Arley Hall »
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My worst fears confirmed! An AW prossie once described me as "a bit shy". That still rankles. I reckon £100 from an introvert buys the same goods and services as £100 from an extrovert! Cheeky tart.

Don't sweat it.

It won't put you off punting, it won't put lasses off seeing you and it won't spoil any future punts unless you let it.

I've had the full spectrum... gentle, horny, energetic, sex God, gentleman, guy, pleasant etc etc, all sorts.

The words don't really matter.

I can't say for the lasses but I use the aw feedback just as a cross reference to ensure she's pukka. Gems, treat her well, diamond and all the other guff mean nothing to me. What I want to know from feedback is... is she real? Will she fuck me about? Am I safe?

I assume the lasses have a similar thought process but we've got ukp and that beats the lot.


Offline Malvolio

"We sorted the paperwork" is the one that gets me - it's a punt and it's not going to happen unless you pay her.

Offline Arley Hall

Don't sweat it.

I was exagerrating my reaction a bit for comic effect :) I've also changed my AW username a couple of times since then, so it's water under the bridge.
« Last Edit: April 04, 2016, 09:55:09 PM by Arley Hall »
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