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Last edited by Claire-n-tel; 22-06-2013 at 09:39 AM.
Being a 'Southern' lady (though not blond) and 'Middle-class (but not an Irish teenager) I had to look up the urban dictionary
Term used to describe pain and uncomfort. Chiefly used in Britain, more commonly in the North East of England.
Adolf : "my back is knacking!!"
Joseph : "I hope you get better soon"
"knacking"refers to knacker drinking i.e the craze of middle-class Irish teens to go drinking in fields and on beaches.
Didn't think those were too bad till I looked at some of the other definitions on the left-hand side - especially if you miss off the G
Last edited by jtct; 22-06-2013 at 10:44 AM.
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I'd say the biggest problem on forums in general is people with a preconceived unchangeable mindset who will always play the poster, rather than the post.