Is it a nog or a dwang?

Nog
5
16%
Dwang
20
63%
I call it something different
2
6%
What you talkin' 'bout Willis?
5
16%
 
Total voters : 32

Re: Is It A Nog Or A Dwang?

Postby UK_Exile on Wed 10/Jun/15 3:05pm

My bach has dwangs & cribs have babies. Just sayin :p
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Re: Is It A Nog Or A Dwang?

Postby AgrAde on Wed 10/Jun/15 3:09pm

scatter wrote:
AgrAde wrote:And so they should. Who the fuck calls it a nog ;)


I do, asshat :hmmm:


Weirdo :hmmm:
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Re: Is It A Nog Or A Dwang?

Postby Tinkerbell on Wed 10/Jun/15 4:07pm

AgrAde wrote:
scatter wrote:
AgrAde wrote:And so they should. Who the fuck calls it a nog ;)


I do, asshat :hmmm:


Weirdo :hmmm:



She hates peas too. Dwangs for lyfe
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Re: Is It A Nog Or A Dwang?

Postby NickCW on Wed 10/Jun/15 4:14pm

AgrAde wrote:Z nail.


Ur crazy m8
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Re: Is It A Nog Or A Dwang?

Postby Jimmy_Rustles on Wed 10/Jun/15 5:32pm

This all just sounds like an excuse to use words that sound dirty. How very uncouth and mountain-biker-like. You'd never catch road cyclists acting so uncultured.
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Re: Is It A Nog Or A Dwang?

Postby BikeKiller on Wed 10/Jun/15 6:25pm

The correct term is noggin.

Nog is a Brazilian gentleman who fought in Pride FC for many years and is now nearing the end of his career in the UFC.
Dwang is how you pronounce Dwayne if you're from Tennessee.
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Re: Is It A Nog Or A Dwang?

Postby Dougal on Wed 10/Jun/15 7:21pm

One of the builders on my new office/workshop keeps mixing the two up.

He ain't from round here! :sneaky:
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Re: Is It A Nog Or A Dwang?

Postby znomit on Wed 10/Jun/15 7:46pm

scatter wrote: Turns out that Italian doesn't have a word for stud


Don't all Italian men regard themselves as studs?
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Re: Is It A Nog Or A Dwang?

Postby scatter on Wed 10/Jun/15 8:26pm

znomit wrote:
scatter wrote: Turns out that Italian doesn't have a word for stud


Don't all Italian men regard themselves as studs?


lo stallone ;)
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Re: Is It A Nog Or A Dwang?

Postby wachtourak on Wed 10/Jun/15 8:30pm

They all aspire to be like Rocco, I hear he is some sort of folk hero over there
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Re: Is It A Nog Or A Dwang?

Postby Derryn Hinch on Sat 13/Jun/15 2:53pm

znomit wrote:
scatter wrote: Turns out that Italian doesn't have a word for stud


Don't all Italian men regard themselves as studs?


I thought the correct term was Cippolini?
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Re: Is It A Nog Or A Dwang?

Postby Rik on Sat 13/Jun/15 3:56pm

Derryn Hinch wrote:
znomit wrote:
scatter wrote: Turns out that Italian doesn't have a word for stud


Don't all Italian men regard themselves as studs?


I thought the correct term was Cippolini?

:lol:
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