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01-23-2014 11:30 PM
Argo Someone should have quoted the original message!
01-23-2014 10:48 PM
ridinbend Growing up at the beach, surfer chick was a compliment. My wife is a surfer chick.

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Originally Posted by Naturesabre View Post
This. Chicks board too
01-23-2014 10:24 PM
poutanen Yeah I think "chick" in North America is the equivalent to "bird" in the UK for what it's worth... Not derogatory at all, just another word for girl, sort of like dude for a guy, bloke, whatever!!!
01-23-2014 06:56 PM
neni
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Originally Posted by Naturesabre View Post
Not intended to be insulting in the slightest. I apologize if it was.
No worries, I was amused as indicated by the smiley - unjustifed, as I now learned.
It's me who has the language deficiency and interpreted wrongly!
01-23-2014 06:22 PM
Naturesabre Not intended to be insulting in the slightest. I apologize if it was.
01-23-2014 06:11 PM
neni
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Originally Posted by CassMT View Post
'chick' would seldom be said to your face, but it is more descriptive/complimentary than an insult, actually not an insult at all
Thanks, good to know (then it's another example for a term that found its way into our language with altered - rather derogatory - meaning).
01-23-2014 05:52 PM
CassMT 'chick' would seldom be said to your face, but it is more descriptive/complimentary than an insult, actually not an insult at all

'hoe' may have been more timely in 07, but now it's out, and not nearly old enough to be retro. so as a business name/logo/credo it is, and i'm sure will be, and utter failure

HEY, he deleted all the pics, surprise surprise
01-23-2014 05:34 PM
neni
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Originally Posted by Naturesabre View Post
This. Chicks board too
Not so sure if this is a kettle pot situation, not convenient enough with the depreciation levels of all these slang terms, but I'm positive it would give me an antipathetic shudder if someone would called me "chick"
01-23-2014 05:32 PM
CassMT
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Originally Posted by jdang307 View Post
Well, I think you just offended them by saying all females are hoes!
the actual hoes will be 'alienated', the rest will be 'offended' by the implication that they're all....
01-23-2014 05:10 PM
jdang307
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it's always a good idea in business to alienate/offend half your potential customers right off the bat, well done!
Well, I think you just offended them by saying all females are hoes!
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