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KatrinaDuck
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KatrinaDuck thanks Signora for the linky, and agrees that the winning quarter design is much nicer than the other ones, but still is confused as to why they'd bother putting "the evergreen state" at all if there are no trees in the picture.

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Arriah
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Arriah would like to let GenYus know that his wish came true last night when Arriah had gollem words in her head at an innappropriate intimate moment. Arriah managed not to injure herself but the part of the brain that stores gollem should not be activated during those moments.

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Elwood
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I'll refer to myself in the third person as "Daddy" when speaking to or about the younger kids. "Daddy will get you chocolate milk in a second," "Daddy needs to go outside for a minute" or "Daddy loves his Faithy Jubilee," Her Daddy loves that outfit, it's so cute on his daughter." I thought most/all parents did this. I'll do the same talking to Mooommmeee sometimes out of habit, e.g. "Daddy thinks Mama looks beautiful today," spoken directly to her even if childern aren't around.

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Top Kat
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quote:
Originally posted by babyshoes:
quote:
Originally posted by Spooky Cactus:
[QUOTE]Maybe he meant the original singular/familiar version of you (which is technically the plural/respectful form); 'thee'. You could understand that, 'cause on the few places where we still use it, it's not very polite unless you know someone really well.

No, he was very clear about being taught to use "one" instead of "me" or "I". At the time, I thought it was a Canadian thing :D but now that I'm (much) older, I figure he just had very odd parents.

It would have made perfect sense to me if it was second person singular vs. plural. I've never really understood why we don't use those in English anymore.

baby "of course, I'm half Quaker" shoes

I believe that upper-class English people used to be (and maybe still are) taught to speak that way.

I remember one of the subjects in one of the later "Seven Up" documentaries using "one" instead of "I". And in one of Nancy Mitford's books, she quotes her sister exclaiming "How lovely to be one!"

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babyshoes
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quote:
Originally posted by Top Kat:
I believe that upper-class English people used to be (and maybe still are) taught to speak that way.

I remember one of the subjects in one of the later "Seven Up" documentaries using "one" instead of "I". And in one of Nancy Mitford's books, she quotes her sister exclaiming "How lovely to be one!"

Thanks, Top Kat. That actually makes sense, given what I knew of that particular instructor.

baby "will now resume referring to self in 3rd person" shoes

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quiltsbypam
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quiltsbypam wants to thank one and all for the very entertaining thread. Even though quiltsbypam almost broke a rib stifling laughter when quiltsbypam's boss walked by...

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GenYus
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quote:
Originally posted by Arriah:
Arriah would like to let GenYus know that his wish came true last night when Arriah had gollem words in her head at an innappropriate intimate moment. Arriah managed not to injure herself but the part of the brain that stores gollem should not be activated during those moments.

GenYus is very pleased with GenYuself. GenYus did not know that GenYus' particular brand of insanity could be passed to others.

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Die Capacitrix is annoyed with herself for not knowing that the Washington quarter has been chosen. She is also annoyed with the U.S. Mint who has not yet set a date for the release. March 2007 is not specific enough.

Die Capacitrix will be informing her parents that an official First Day Cover is an acceptable birthday gift, even if the gift must be delayed due to the U.S. Mint's schedule.

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Signora Del Drago
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Signora Del Drago says, "KatrinaDuck, look closely. There are teeny weeny widdle evergreens at the base of Mt. Rainier."

Signora Del Drago thinks Minstrel is sooooooo funny! Either that, or Minstrel is still incorrigible.

Signora Del Drago wonders if GenYus and Arriah meant "Gollum."

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GenYus
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quote:
Originally posted by Signora Del Drago:
Signora Del Drago wonders if GenYus and Arriah meant "Gollum."

GenYus never actually used the name.

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IIRC, it wasn't the shoe bomber's loud prayers that sparked the takedown by the other passengers; it was that he was trying to light his shoe on fire. Very, very different. Canuckistan

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quiltsbypam
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quiltsbypam wonders if GenYus meant Smeagol instead. Yes, she does.

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Elkhound
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What is even worse than referring to oneself by one's name in the third person, imho, is saying 'this man'. A stupid affectation.

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Cottyn
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Cottyn wonders if Bugz (Saran Wrap) realizes she does the third person thing when she is angry?

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babyshoes
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quote:
Originally posted by Cottyn:
Cottyn wonders if Bugz (Saran Wrap) realizes she does the third person thing when she is angry?

babyshoes suddenly develops a Suthen drawwwl when babyshoes is angry. [lol]

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bthyb
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quote:
Originally posted by Minstrel Raindrop:
Minstrel likes salmon as dinner, but Minstrel would be really scared of a fish that could eat Mt. Rainier!

Bthyb drools with longing, thinking of the large bagel that will go under the smoked salmon from that big fish...

And please do have some of bthyb's bagels. [lol]

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Hastings
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Hastings would like to point out that she came out of long-term stalking and joined the forum so that Hastings could mention her appreciation of all of you, and this thread.

Hastings has also been known to use 'one'.
[Wink]

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quiltsbypam
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quote:
Originally posted by Hastings:
Hastings would like to point out that she came out of long-term stalking and joined the forum so that Hastings could mention her appreciation of all of you, and this thread.

Hastings has also been known to use 'one'.
[Wink]

quiltsbypam thinks this is entirely appropriate for post number one. And she welcomes Hastings to the board.

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Hastings
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Hastings thanks quiltsbypam. Hastings also feels a little awkward about her level of stalking (reading the more personal type forums such as Rantidote almost daily). Hastings likes what she has read of quiltsbypam. [Wink]

Hastings wonders if she should find the appropriate place to be initiated...

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Hastings
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Hastings is way too amused by speaking in the third person.
[Wink]

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quiltsbypam
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quiltsbypam doesn't feel stalked, and is also having much fun. She suggests Hastings check out SLC:A Natural Disaster for the October initiation thread. Also much fun. quiltsbypam's initiation was the most fun she had all of last December.

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Hastings
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Hastings has posted there, with slight trepidation.
[Wink]

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SantasHobbit
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SatansHobbit thinks Hastings is using the [Wink] smilie as a full stop.

SatansHobbit apologises if Hastings has only one eye.

SatansHobbit wonders now how SatansHobbit will manage to stop talking like this all day.

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Hastings
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SatansHobbit should note that Hastings also uses full stops.

Hastings is understandably nervous what with just posting for the first time today.

Hastings worries that she will talk like this forever more.

[Wink] [Razz]

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Signora Del Drago
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Signora Del Drago apologizes a thousand times to GenYus, yes she does!

Signora Del Drago didn't even know what or who gollem was and had to look it up, anyway. Signora Del Drago would kill her husband if he imitated that creature, intimate moment or not. Perhaps Gollum is a perfectly nice little thing, but Signora Del Drago says, "Yecch!"

Signora Del Drago thinks it may take severe measures to make her stop talking this way. Gaaahhh!

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quote:
Originally posted by bthyb:
quote:
Originally posted by Minstrel Raindrop:
Minstrel likes salmon as dinner, but Minstrel would be really scared of a fish that could eat Mt. Rainier!

Bthyb drools with longing, thinking of the large bagel that will go under the smoked salmon from that big fish...

And please do have some of bthyb's bagels. [lol]

Mmm, Minstrel would love to have some of bthyb's bagels with the gigantic salmon. After all, one should eat a gigantic salmon before it eats Mt. Rainier. Now Minstrel and bthyb must find a gigantic tub of cream cheese to go along with this saving-Washington-State meal.

quote:
Originally posted by Elkhound:
What is even worse than referring to oneself by one's name in the third person, imho, is saying 'this man'. A stupid affectation.

Ooh, my last boss did this in all of her business letters. "If you have any questions, please contact this writer..." It irked me every time I had to proofread one of her letters.

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Saran Wrap
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I think what's even more annoying is being told by a boss: "Write a letter to ______ saying something along the lines of _________ and I'll sign it," and then having to write a letter pretending to be someone I'm not. It always irks me to write "Please contact me, James, and this number if you have any questions."

I know, it's part of being a secretary, but it can be annoying.

ETA: Is referring to someone else in the first person the oposite of referring to yourself in the third?

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Rabbit only refers to herself in the third person under very specific circumstances.

Such as when narrating her life.

Or for humor or cuteness.

Rabbit is widely acknowledged to be excessively cute.

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quote:
Originally posted by TurquoiseGirl:
Turquoise Girl would like to add, though that the Rock is forgiven any odd speach patterns because the Rock makes TGirl giddy like a schoolgirl. TGirl has watched numerous bad movies just to see the Rock with no shirt on. If it were a choice between the Rock and the Pirate, she is unsure what she would do.

glisp42 has a friend that could be The Rock's twin.

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I used to share a flat with someone who did this although I think she toned it down after we had a very confused conversation one evening when I thought she had invited a friend round who had the same name as her.

Think she felt a bit silly when she said "no, I was talking about myself as Sarah".

"So you meant to just say "me"?"

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Spooky Cactus
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quote:
Originally posted by Top Kat:
quote:
Originally posted by babyshoes:
quote:
Originally posted by Spooky Cactus:
[QUOTE]Maybe he meant the original singular/familiar version of you (which is technically the plural/respectful form); 'thee'. You could understand that, 'cause on the few places where we still use it, it's not very polite unless you know someone really well.

No, he was very clear about being taught to use "one" instead of "me" or "I". At the time, I thought it was a Canadian thing [Big Grin] but now that I'm (much) older, I figure he just had very odd parents.

It would have made perfect sense to me if it was second person singular vs. plural. I've never really understood why we don't use those in English anymore.

baby "of course, I'm half Quaker" shoes

I believe that upper-class English people used to be (and maybe still are) taught to speak that way.

I remember one of the subjects in one of the later "Seven Up" documentaries using "one" instead of "I". And in one of Nancy Mitford's books, she quotes her sister exclaiming "How lovely to be one!"

Nowadays it's pretty much just the Queen and her homies.

How about referring to yourself as a plural? That's Her Majesty's kick.

Spooky 'We are not amused' Cactus

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You look at the screen and read all of these posts, and wonder how odd it would be if you refer to yourself in the 2nd person ...

[Big Grin]

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bthyb
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quote:
Originally posted by TallGeekyGirl:
You look at the screen and read all of these posts, and wonder how odd it would be if you refer to yourself in the 2nd person ...

[Big Grin]

You do wonder, don't you...you've been thinking about it for a while...

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quote:
Originally posted by bthyb:
quote:
Originally posted by TallGeekyGirl:
You look at the screen and read all of these posts, and wonder how odd it would be if you refer to yourself in the 2nd person ...

[Big Grin]

You do wonder, don't you...you've been thinking about it for a while...
babyshoes finds that much too confusing to attempt. Of course, after reading all these posts, babyshoes has referred to herself in the third person IRL. Ooops.

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DemonWolf
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quote:
Originally posted by TallGeekyGirl:
You look at the screen and read all of these posts, and wonder how odd it would be if you refer to yourself in the 2nd person ...

[Big Grin]

I actually have reffered to myself as "he." once (wich is not quite second person).

A guy was flirting with my wife (GF, then) and said "what he doesn't know won't hurt him."

I was standing right behind him and said, "What he finds out could hurt you."

The look on his face was priceless! [lol]


(ETA: I usually don't threaten men who hit on my wife/GF and let her handle it, but in this case she had already turned him down several times in the past and I felt that he was approaching harrassment.)

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Cottyn
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After much reading and too little sleep Cottyn is now confused about who Cottyn is today. Perhaps a good nap will sort cottyn out.

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