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Re: an astute observation bout texans

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12-07-2013 09:24:06

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Define "FREAKIN"? If you mean to cuss then why not use the commonly used word rather than beat around the bush. Course you could have just omitted the word and your idea would still have been received.

And we native Texans can't help where we were born nor can you! But sir I'll tell you this. I'd rather be here than FREAKIN there.


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12-08-2013 05:46:36

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 Re: an astute observation bout texans in reply to Texasmark1, 12-07-2013 09:24:06  
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Uh, if you're referring to me, I would never use the "other" word. Freakin' or freaking is a common word around here friend. One you can use pretty much anywhere and everyone understand it means "abnormal" or "unusual", as in "a freak accident". Sorry if you're somehow offended.

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12-08-2013 06:20:32

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 Re: an astute observation bout texans in reply to Bret4207, 12-08-2013 05:46:36  
Down here it means the other word, just a publically tolerated variant. Not offended in the slightest other than say what you mean and that's not offensive to me at all. Course if that's what you mean fine. I say what I mean whether anyone likes it or not.

And as far as staying in Texas that's what I do. Have no aspirations to go/be anywhere else.


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12-07-2013 11:27:00

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 Re: an astute observation bout texans in reply to Texasmark1, 12-07-2013 09:24:06  
Texas is a good place for texans, there is no question about that.

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