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sandyfanny
08-01-2008, 01:15 AM
What a nasty shock! I was looking to see if the recipe for 3FC on a Diet's recipe for Bacon Cheeseburger Salad was on line. I googled: Bacon Cheeseburger Salad 3 Fat Chicks recipe -and got an alert that explicit porn was being blocked...and all these awful google results for fat girl porn. What!!!!?????

And I'm teaching English for a living...maybe I don't have to go back to school in a couple of weeks...new career?


Suzanne 3FC
08-01-2008, 01:23 AM
We were very naive when we came up with our name :o Our site is blocked from various schools, etc, due to the term fat chicks :dizzy:

Stardog
08-01-2008, 03:14 AM
Lol... You have been on this forum less than a month and have already lost 6 lbs? Soon you will be able to do regular porn if you want ;)


NightengaleShane
08-01-2008, 09:04 AM
:lol: :rofl: at both Suzanne and Stardog!

I was on 3FC during my lunch break at work. I was then done with 3FC for the time and went to look at the history for the site I was previously visiting. One of my co-workers walked by my desk, saw the link, and said, "Whoa whoa scroll up! FAT CHICKS? Who was checking out FAT CHICKS? :D Is the boss into that?!"

I quickly explained to him that it was a health/fitness/weight loss web site and then he looked bored. ;)

broadabroad
08-01-2008, 09:43 AM
What a nasty shock! I was looking to see if the recipe for 3FC on a Diet's recipe for Bacon Cheeseburger Salad was on line. I googled: Bacon Cheeseburger Salad 3 Fat Chicks recipe -and got an alert that explicit porn was being blocked...and all these awful google results for fat girl porn. What!!!!?????

And I'm teaching English for a living...maybe I don't have to go back to school in a couple of weeks...new career?

Well, love, for what it's worth, your chosen nom de guerre 'sandy fanny' also sounds like porn to my UK English ears. ;)

(...You know that in UK English, 'Fanny' isn't just a cute euphemism for butt, right?)

broadabroad
08-01-2008, 10:05 AM
What a nasty shock! I was looking to see if the recipe for 3FC on a Diet's recipe for Bacon Cheeseburger Salad was on line. I googled: Bacon Cheeseburger Salad 3 Fat Chicks recipe -and got an alert that explicit porn was being blocked...and all these awful google results for fat girl porn. What!!!!?????

And I'm teaching English for a living...maybe I don't have to go back to school in a couple of weeks...new career?

Well, love, for what it's worth, your chosen nom de guerre 'sandy fanny' also sounds like porn to my UK English ears. ;)

(...You know that in UK English, 'Fanny' isn't just a cute euphemism for butt, right?)

sandyfanny
08-01-2008, 12:13 PM
I don't know of any other meaning to fanny other than a cute name for one's butt. I'm from the Carolina coast; I love the beach. And, in the summer, I often have a "sandy fanny." I don't mean to offend anyone.

And, thanks for the encouragement. I look forward to being regular "porn worthy..." - which is really a funny thought. I'm thinking, though, a specialty area may be a better gig.

chickybird
08-01-2008, 12:13 PM
Off topic alert!
broadabroad, you'll appreciate this. I was working with one of my students and the physical therapist came in; she's from the UK. She started to hug the kid, and I told her to wait because she was "boogery" (meaning, she had some gross stuff coming out of her nose). The look of shock on her face was priceless when I realized what she thought I'd said. I quickly explained that I didn't mean the "b" word she was thinking of, and told her what a booger was in the US.

wyo rose
08-01-2008, 02:13 PM
I was trying to get my coworker to join 3fatchicks.com, but it's blocked on her computer.

THANK GOODNESS I'm not blocked.

BlondeAmbition08
08-01-2008, 04:07 PM
It's funny the different meanings of the word fanny were brought up. I remember seeing an episode of Sabrina the teenage witch when I was younger. In it Sabrina was walking around singing a song that went something like "Shake your fanny, funky song, funky song..". I was really surprised to see that type of lyrics in an american show for teenagers. :D

SaskNewfie
08-01-2008, 08:53 PM
You caught my attention with this thread title! lol BTW, where I'm from fanny is not referring to the butt either...luckily I know both interpretations...lol.

broadabroad
08-03-2008, 08:11 AM
I don't know of any other meaning to fanny other than a cute name for one's butt. I'm from the Carolina coast; I love the beach. And, in the summer, I often have a "sandy fanny." I don't mean to offend anyone.

Oh, I'm not offended in the slightest! But juxtaposed with the whole 'OMG Porn!!!' thing it cracked me up. ;)

(in case you're curious, in the UK 'fanny' is a slang term for, ah, girly parts. It's a little less crude than p*ssy, but considerably more crude than 'butt'. Um. Sorry - apparently I have the sense of humour of a twelve year old boy, but paired up with your tagline of 'Less Juicy"...well, there's a lot of giggling going on right here. Sorry! But all in good fun, you know?:^:)


broadabroad, you'll appreciate this. I was working with one of my students and the physical therapist came in; she's from the UK. She started to hug the kid, and I told her to wait because she was "boogery" (meaning, she had some gross stuff coming out of her nose). The look of shock on her face was priceless when I realized what she thought I'd said. I quickly explained that I didn't mean the "b" word she was thinking of, and told her what a booger was in the US.

Ha! Fantastic!

Oh, man - and there was some movie I once caught about US teenagers in, er, probably the 50s? And there's a scene where the cool kids have paired up and are dancing, and this shy girl and this shy guy are still sitting at the table and they have this whole stilted conversation about dancing. I nearly choked TO DEATH laughing at dialogue that ran something like this:

"So, do you shag?"

"Well, no, I've never tried it. It looks like fun, though."

"Yeah, my friend LOVES to shag. She's always shagging. She's so confident, she'll do it with anyone, even total strangers! I wish I was as good at it as she is - I'm just nervous that I'd get it wrong, you know?"

"Hey, you don't know until you try! It could be fun!"

etc etc etc. Man, I thought I was going to rupture something cackling at them!

clayr
08-03-2008, 09:46 AM
Lol, this is a hilarious thread, I have an British friend in my," ladies night out group", the only word we've had to interpret so far has been when discussing recipes, she says tin instead of can. I'll keep these in mind when I'm with her. :)

sandyfanny
08-03-2008, 12:40 PM
Hey Broadabroad,

After you let me know that my screen name entertains you, I immediately thought about the "Less Juicy" tag and the quote I use in my signature. Gave me the giggles too. As we say, "Girls Just Gotta Have Fun." That's my ringtone this summer...

bananapancakes
08-03-2008, 01:28 PM
Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!!!!! I'm crackin' up now.

I'm from the U.K originally but, now live in the U.S and when I first moved here and heard people say the word "fanny" it had be rolling laughing, especially as they sell 'fanny packs'! :o And the 'Sandyfanny' is a great one, especially with the whole juicy part......I have to show my boyfriend this thread!

He said "WOW" and started giggling- he's from the U.S btw. I've schooled him in our lingo.

snapless
08-04-2008, 01:32 AM
This thread makes me think of some of the conversations I've had with an aussie friend of mine. Here's one of the 'cleaner' examples:

Him: "Well, that was a piece of p1ss."
Me: "Uhhh..." (thinking he's angry)
Him: (realizes I'm stumped) "Sorry mate, meant it was easy."

lynnar
08-04-2008, 02:30 PM
Thanks for the education. I'm learning all kinds of new meanings for old words!

Cuter w Curves
08-05-2008, 12:09 PM
I have to say that this thread was so worth venturing out of the section I normally play in and read here.

I am still laughing very loudly.

I have a sudden revelation as to the look of shock on someones face recently. :D:D:D;):D:D:D

Schmoodle
08-05-2008, 12:50 PM
This is so funny! I did recently leave off the 3 when I typed the url into the address bar for 3fc, and got a big surprise!

broadabroad
08-06-2008, 05:34 AM
Him: "Well, that was a piece of p1ss."
Me: "Uhhh..." (thinking he's angry)
Him: (realizes I'm stumped) "Sorry mate, meant it was easy."

Ha! Nice one! There's also a massive difference between taking A p1ss and taking THE p1ss. One is acceptable in public/while dining with your granny, the other...not so much.

And then we have lots of lovely random phrases, like "the dog's bollocks" (or occasionally "the mutt's nuts"), which is an expression of approbation, as in "Wow, that movie was absolutely the dog's bollocks! Let's go and see it again tomorrow!"

And there are lots of words that mean DIFFERENT things in the US and the UK - we have the words 'jumper', 'vest', 'pants', 'biscuits', 'rubber', 'flan', 'pudding' etc, but they don't mean the same things in the UK.

...I remember when I was a 17-year-old exchange student in Canada being GOBSMACKED when my host parents asked about the uniforms at my all girl school back home. "Do they wear pants?", my host dad asked, and I just stared at him blankly for a good minute or so before remembering that was American for trousers, and not a salacious query about schoolgirls' underwear. And the first time I saw a 'biscuits and gravy' listed on a breakfast menu was a total OMGWTF moment. Meanwhile an Indian lad on the same exchange scheme who was based in Washington State - and who naturally spoke British English, like me - got in a whole sh*tload of trouble when he innocently asked a girl at school if she happened to have a rubber he could borrow.

snapless
08-06-2008, 08:02 PM
...I remember when I was a 17-year-old exchange student in Canada being GOBSMACKED when my host parents asked about the uniforms at my all girl school back home. "Do they wear pants?", my host dad asked, and I just stared at him blankly for a good minute or so before remembering that was American for trousers, and not a salacious query about schoolgirls' underwear. And the first time I saw a 'biscuits and gravy' listed on a breakfast menu was a total OMGWTF moment. Meanwhile an Indian lad on the same exchange scheme who was based in Washington State - and who naturally spoke British English, like me - got in a whole sh*tload of trouble when he innocently asked a girl at school if she happened to have a rubber he could borrow.

OMG...that story is just too funny, thank you for sharing it!

BlondeAmbition08
08-09-2008, 02:22 PM
And the first time I saw a 'biscuits and gravy' listed on a breakfast menu was a total OMGWTF moment.

To be honest I haven't figured that one out yet. So what does one get if you order it? I assume it's not crackers?

gtech2mit10
08-09-2008, 03:26 PM
In the states, a biscuit is a flaky, dense, roll-like type of bread. They often accompany fried and other chicken meals and are especially popular in the Southern U.S. (so popular that there's a chain of restaurants in Georgia called "the Flying Biscuit" that's built an entire menu around them) where they're also served at breakfast and/or smothered in gravy.
See pic: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biscuit#Biscuits_in_North_American_usage

When well-made, they're the best things on earth.

BlondeAmbition08
08-09-2008, 04:18 PM
Oh, that looks kinda like a scone. Thanks. :D

holly0660
08-09-2008, 04:24 PM
:o :lol: :lol: :lol:
thanks for the giggles this noon time.
this is a hoot.
i have a few friends that use different words for things.
holly
:carrot:

Cuter w Curves
08-10-2008, 02:02 AM
Oh, that looks kinda like a scone. Thanks. :D

Very similar in texture but scones I grew up with often were intended to be done with sweets or tea. Often the biscuits are larger in North America, and I have to be honest and say I rarely see them eaten in my own area with sweet things (though it happens) but rather with meat (usually fried) and gravy as noted above.

Interestingly they use the same photo for both on Wikipedia. ;)

Gah... Now I want those garlic and cheese biscuits from Red Lobster. :dizzy: