from what I remember it is pretty close to the sign language for DF3. (although you might end up at Cockerforehead if you mix them up)
DF3 Are you from Scunthorpe by any chance?
maybe Marseille? or Cockfosters???
No, cos then there'd be two c***s in Scunthorpe wouldn't there?
You would spell it out!
Oh, was it a joke?
Shall I start laughing now then?
David Falconer 3 wrote (see)
Cinders wrote (see) Oh, was it a joke? Like you didnt know ........... playing the 'straight' card doesnt make my joke any less funny. I think we'll let Skotty decide .......... skotty was it funny?
Cinders wrote (see)
Oh, was it a joke?
Like you didnt know ........... playing the 'straight' card doesnt make my joke any less funny.
I think we'll let Skotty decide .......... skotty was it funny?
Does anything make your jokes any less funny?
No, but i do know the sign language for 'F-off'. . . oh and 'BullSh*t'
if you had done any sign language you would know that you can not just expect it to translate into english.its its own language that has been around for many years and has evolved........
it has its own specific way of forming sentences and the best part it gets rid off all the bullshit and the unimportant parts of languages and so its very very direct.........
Sussex, no just from a friend who is a teacher of deaf children (and she learned it from them!)
how DO you sign that by eck...
No, that's an "i"
How do you sign it by 'eck?
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