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Johnny Ace can ask them what a stan is when he hears actually what they sound like real from after his next Sports Illustrated swimsuit thumb turner. 

He married Mama Bella didn't he? How old was Moolah when she got that run. 

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Ivelisse talking about respect. Great. Next Will Ospreay moans about other people being cunts.

They should decide who is exempt from NXT cuts via ladder match. 

he absolutely cannot under any circumstance say daddy's home

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39 minutes ago, Lion_of_the_Midlands said:

Thank you all for the stan education. Now can someone explain the second "are" in the sentence. 

He's a pirate, he was posting using dictation

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1 hour ago, Shy Dad said:

So much, it us infuriating. Its honestly up there with people who put two people's names together to make a collective couple name as why I hate most people.

 

Why's it infuriating? Language develops. 

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Exactly. Example: we've adopted in general the suffix "-holic" to signify a person addicted to something, despite the fact that it's just the last half of the adjective of "alcohol". Or adding "-gate" as a suffix to words to imply a scandal, just because Watergate was significant enough to become representative of all modern scandals in which something was leaked or came to light.

This very discussion about the word "stan" - it signifies an obsessive fan, which is in itself an example of necessary language change, because the word "fan" has become such a common term that it's lost the same, particular nuance of its origin word, "fanatic".

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57 minutes ago, gmoney said:

Why's it infuriating? Language develops. 

I honestly don't know why. Truthfully, I think it's just one of those bugs for me that I'll never be able to fully explain.

Part of me thinks it may be from having to mark school work where people use phrases like Stan, referred to Romeo and Juliet as Rooliet and called dogs doggos that makes me not like language anymore.

I was also a miserable prick this morning so that didn't help.

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13 hours ago, Hannibal Scorch said:

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For a brief second after reading Trips' Tweet, I thought "wouldn't it be funny if the person that was future endeavoured over disrespecting talent was Ol' Vinnie Mac?"

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It's a shite response. "We're sorry we released you as a budget cut when making huge profits and that we've fostered a working environment where people think its acceptable to send women a bin bag. We've fired the guy who sent the bin bag." 

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I always knew the origin of the phrase stan as portmanteau of 'stalker' and 'fan'. Then as a put down towards the people who used it to describe themselves, people would say that it is more like the character Stan from the Eminem song.

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10 hours ago, Supremo said:

I know it doesn’t really solve anything, but I do like the idea of Carano sacking himself and filling his own big bag.

"Fuck em, imma take the whole damn roll"

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