Friday, September 19, 2008

When did Fully become a word?



Fully sick astronomy classes

6 comments:

Bo Bo said...

I believe it was when the first Greeks arrived in Australia in 1910 and in those first steps on Australian soil; Vasso Kalamaras was quoted as saying “This place is Full sick ur re”

sparsely kate said...

My ten year old says it all the time and drives me crazy.

If I open a can of something she says, "AW - fully SICK!"
or if I saw we are going some place cool, " AW - SICK!"

I'll be sick in a minute if they don't just all talk normal.

unique_stephen said...

Bo B0 > Completely sick tipple Weber and Entirely lowered V8 don't have the same ring. I wonder if if is the greeks and lebbs that invented Fully Franked Dividends.

Kate > If my kids don't learn to talk proper I'll give em a clip across the ear'ole

Fusion said...

Ah yes, the english language continues it's downward spiral...

Mike Bogle said...

My wife's line in the sand is "you'se". Even when I say it jokingly I'm met with an icy stare :)

Friday said...

Brilliant... Bwahahahahaa

Seriously, thats just great. I thought you could use it only if it came before sick, as in - Fully Sick. I didnt know you could just use it randomly all over the shop.

I hate the generation that came after me... theyve wrecked everything!!!!!