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Post by Norc on Sat Sep 27, 2014 7:53 am

put words here that you feel are unique for forumshire, give them a proper description and yeah, Eldo will do some magic Smile

i started with this
Fettlørv (fett-lørv):
Fett: could mean different things, such as fat and cool, but in this relation it is a derivation from the word fette/fitte meaning cunt (a really foul word for it).
lørv: is a bit harder to translate as it is a very specific word. If i say a piece of clothing is lørvat it means it is very torn and raggedy and with lots of holes and it is filthy. a lørv is also a piece of cloth you have in the kitchen that you up spills with. it is again very dirty and it is something that is never very presentable. Just imagine the grossest piece of cloth you have in the kitchen. the cloth has been used until it is totally ruined and unrecognisable. 

now imagine road-kill that looks like a lørv and put that in the connection of the vagina. there you go. 

Sjarkhora:
sjark: small fishing boat, smells of fish
hora: hore/slut

Gorrhysa:
Gorr: probably means the same as the english word gore. we use it to emphatize when something is really disgusting. like when you remove the intestines of a fish and it shits on you. 
hysa: haddock (it's a fish). the fish could be a metaphor for different genitalia. 


now someone explain norcing, bucky and encryption brackets. 

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Re: forumshire-dictionary

Post by Amarië on Sat Sep 27, 2014 8:14 am

We may want to take a look at the Forumotion.com guidelines and consider rephrasing the above if this is to be a official newbie/reminder guide. Just sayin'... Wink

Norcing [nawr-king]
The art of derailing the topic of a thread into something completely unrelated for at least two - preferably five or more - whole pages before anyone notices they have wandered off-topic. Must not be confused with trolling. A norcer loves what he/she talk and norcs about.


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Post by Norc on Sat Sep 27, 2014 8:45 am

i think you should add that to several pages and that the topic it is being norced to is very far from what it originally was, and that no one notices until someone points it out. also that the topic in ended up as is a topic very near the norcer's heart.

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Post by Norc on Sat Sep 27, 2014 8:46 am

am, there could be a section of it's own called "juicy-northern-swearwords (viewer discretion is advised):" and put them in some spoiler-thingy

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Post by Amarië on Sat Sep 27, 2014 8:59 am

With several spiolers inside, type 'We're not kidding'

And it shouldn't say 'juicy', it should say 'soul crushing'. Wink

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Post by Amarië on Sat Sep 27, 2014 9:08 am

Norcing entry endited. Better?

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Post by Norc on Sat Sep 27, 2014 9:19 am

Better Smile though i am not sure everone would agree on the pronounciation ..

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Post by Norc on Sat Sep 27, 2014 9:19 am

Better Smile though i am not sure everone would agree on the pronounciation ..

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Post by Amarië on Sat Sep 27, 2014 9:32 am

Yeah, it's not accurate enough. I want to replace it with phonetics, this was just quickly altered from an dictionary entry of 'dork'. I don't ( and didn't) have much time.

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Re: forumshire-dictionary

Post by Mrs Figg on Sat Sep 27, 2014 2:41 pm

fisk
grey
Geoduck
troll cream

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Re: forumshire-dictionary

Post by Eldorion on Sat Sep 27, 2014 4:35 pm

Duckie
Horse (grey)
Purist
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Post by azriel on Sat Sep 27, 2014 10:40 pm

I was poodling on the Cat chat thread when I saw on page 2 a mention of the forumshire Dictionary ?
{{{ think Odo was rallying for a row, minor one of course ! Very Happy }}}

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Re: forumshire-dictionary

Post by Mrs Figg on Sat Sep 27, 2014 10:44 pm

Ozhobbit
Jelly
Raspberry
fyordlandian
cranberries
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Post by Tinuviel on Sun Sep 28, 2014 4:51 am

Mrs Figg wrote:Ozhobbit
Jelly
Raspberry
fyordlandian
cranberries
Who Rage


*rasberry

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Post by Pettytyrant101 on Sun Sep 28, 2014 6:32 am

Buckie- Forumshire version of Buckfast Tonic Wine. The Forumshire variety is brewed by the Buckie Wizards under Royal Charter from Queen Tinuviel.
Forumshire buckie in addition to a high alcohol and caffeine count also contains 0.00001% miruvor.
A unique rasberry flavoured version is brewed exclusively for Queen Tinuviel.
Forumshires buckie reserves are kept in the Royal Cellars in Valinor and watched over by the Queens Keeper of the Buckie.
It is also served under license at the Duck n' Muck pub in Needlehole.
Buckie is a major sponsor of Foumshire events such as the Annual Awards Night.

Crabbit- a state of enlightened unhappiness at the world in general and everything in it specifically, voiced in a repeated complaining mantra. Popular amongst Scotshobbit scholars and alcoholics.
Many Scotshobbits universities offer courses in a variety of crabbit fields including crabbit mathmatics and crabbit biology. Scotshobbits inventiveness is thought to be due to their crabbitness and so Boffins study and try to predicate crabbit levels by means of a crabbit meter, which detects any build up in crabbit levels nationwide and acts as an early warning system in the event of major crabbit meltdowns and explosions.

Duckie- an alcoholic avian based drink from Ozhobbit Land. Believed to originate in the Furthest Out Back where its ridiculous appearance can go unnoticed.
The knack to drinking duckie is in knowing how to correctly squeeze one, and where.
This task is made more difficult by a side effect of drinking duckie- an inability to remember what a duckie looks like. Making each subsequent drink more surprising, and potentially more dangerous, than the last.
Duckie is served in the Duck n' Muck in Needlehole from its very own fresh supply of duckies, which are kept in their natural habit, muck. And which lends the pub its name.

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Post by Orwell on Sun Sep 28, 2014 12:01 pm

Mrs Figg wrote:fisk

Some theorize it was some illiterate Forumshiran's mis-spelling but Wisey channelled up the existence of the famous Fjordianlandian marine creature, the dreaded tasty fisk of romantic legend . I was a witness to it happening and I recall fondly all the Skattykatzenbergian Eddas that followed. cheers

Fjordianlandian -- not Fjordlandia btw. study  Named after the great Fjordian Pychoanalyst Sigmund Fjord who was abit queer like the rest of them. No one remembers the original name now though, prefering the more mundane Fjordlandia. Rolling Eyes


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Post by Orwell on Sun Sep 28, 2014 12:07 pm

Pettytyrant101 wrote:Buckie- Forumshire version of Buckfast Tonic Wine. The Forumshire variety is brewed by the Buckie Wizards under Royal Charter from Queen Tinuviel.
Forumshire buckie in addition to a high alcohol and caffeine count also contains 0.00001% miruvor.
A unique rasberry flavoured version is brewed exclusively for Queen Tinuviel.
Forumshires buckie reserves are kept in the Royal Cellars in Valinor and watched over by the Queens Keeper of the Buckie.
It is also served under license at the Duck n' Muck pub in Needlehole.
Buckie is a major sponsor of Foumshire events such as the Annual Awards Night.

Crabbit- a state of enlightened unhappiness at the world in general and everything in it specifically, voiced in a repeated complaining mantra. Popular amongst Scotshobbit scholars and alcoholics.
Many Scotshobbits universities offer courses in a variety of crabbit fields including crabbit mathmatics and crabbit biology. Scotshobbits inventiveness is thought to be due to their crabbitness and so Boffins study and try to predicate crabbit levels by means of a crabbit meter, which detects any build up in crabbit levels nationwide and acts as an early warning system in the event of major crabbit meltdowns and explosions.

Duckie- an alcoholic avian based drink from Ozhobbit Land. Believed to originate in the Furthest Out Back where its ridiculous appearance can go unnoticed.
The knack to drinking duckie is in knowing how to correctly squeeze one, and where.
This task is made more difficult by a side effect of drinking duckie- an inability to remember what a duckie looks like. Making each subsequent drink more surprising, and potentially more dangerous, than the last.
Duckie is served in the Duck n' Muck in Needlehole from its very own fresh supply of duckies, which are kept in their natural habit, muck. And which lends the pub its name.

With posts like that who could ever think Forumshire can ever fade. This is the only Forum that is actually a real universe with it's own history in the imagination, kinda like the Bible or the Koran, except more fun, and far more humane. .Laughing

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Post by azriel on Sun Sep 28, 2014 11:02 pm

Oh I SO agree ! Very Happy We are Legend

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Post by Pettytyrant101 on Mon Sep 29, 2014 3:34 am

Encryption Brackets- A Forumshire means of secret communication. Any message placed within encryption brackets- {{{...}}} can only be read by the intended recipient. The more brackets a message has surrounding it the more secure is the message contained within. This is necessary as some members have the ability to break encrypted messages, most notably Queen Tinuviel using her Royal prerogative, and Mrs Figg who has a trained encryption breaking eel.
Whilst messages placed within encryption brackets are secret there presence on a thread is often given away by the peppermint odour they produce.

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Post by Bluebottle on Mon Sep 29, 2014 6:36 pm

I think Eldo said he "blue" a thread once. Razz

Not sure what his definition might have been though.. scratch

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Post by Eldorion on Mon Sep 29, 2014 8:56 pm

Have you never watched Arrested Development, Blue?

And with a name like yours. For shame... No
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Post by Bluebottle on Mon Sep 29, 2014 10:23 pm

Well, there's obviously an obvious definition.

Though if that's the one you intended, we might have to put it in spoilers with the northern swearwords. Razz

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Post by Eldorion on Tue Sep 30, 2014 4:24 am

I'll that as a no, then.

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Post by Bluebottle on Fri Oct 03, 2014 11:17 am

Ah, I think I misread you. I think read your two lines as seperate.

No, don't think I had, though I did look it up when you mentioned it. Wink

A phrase one needs to be a bit careful of then. Perhaps one should put something like, "Pop culture reference, meaning ambiguous."

Perhaps.. "apply with caution." Razz

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Post by Eldorion on Fri Oct 03, 2014 1:50 pm

Ambiguity is my middle name. :brows:
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