Tuesday, January 13th, 2009 | Author:

(20:19:25) A: was playing WoW on Saturday
(20:19:40) B: yea dude
(20:19:44) A: They have chat channels similar to IRC, though its specific to the area you’re in
(20:19:52) B: lol
(20:20:01) B: thats kewl
(20:20:05) A: a guy put in “I can like to be wearing… “
(20:20:23) A: so I replied “a jean pant”
(20:20:28) B: lol
(20:20:50) A: and he replied “of ‘n rokkie”
(20:21:00) A: I fell off my chair

Category: gaming, language, random
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6 Responses

  1. 1

    Call me stupid but I dont understand…

  2. 2

    Hehehe. There’s a thorough explanation here:

  3. 3

    For the non-Afrikaans speakers, a “rokkie” is a skirt. “of ‘n rokkie” means “or a skirt”.

  4. 4

    That’s not funny at all. :/

  5. 5
    Graham P 

    Was thinking of posting it on bash.org… but nobody outside ZA would understand. I suppose if you don’t realise its ZA-chat, and randomly execute some anglisaans in-jokes, it’s a chair-falling experience.


  6. 6

    I thought that was funny… but then I’m a South African.

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