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  • Lar

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  • Lad

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Thread: Lar Lid or Lad?

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    Lar Lid or Lad?

    Lad imo.
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    wot?

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    I say both 'lar' and 'lad' as part of my natural vocab, but say lid all the time jestfully. So voting for the other option.
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    Problem is, I don't get to say it much on the forums because most of you ***** are older than me.


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    I reckon the only acceptable word out of the three is Lad. Lar is just eliminating the use of the D in lad, and lid is replacing the A for an I. Lad was obviously where all of the words dervive from. I use lad naturally in life. I'm voting for Lar
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    Never heard lid before, NFI what the hell it means. Scouse bloke at work uses lad far too much, almost as much as I use man in the same vein. Conversations between use are epically insightful

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    As a denizen of the fens I usually use our preferred regional alternative of "boy" (hence the username, as it goes), which should, correctly, be pronounced "buh".

    & "lid" is rhyming slang: bin lid = kid.
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    Yeah, and in all fairness I say kid itself a fair bit as well

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    I say Lad fairly often, but whenever I speak to Richard I address him as Sir, so will vote that for the purposes of this thread.

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    ...what the hell are you all talking about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NZTailender View Post
    ...what the hell are you all talking about?
    have absolutely no idea, although you would probably say "lid" instead of lad if you were from New Zealand....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Langeveldt View Post
    have absolutely no idea, although you would probably say "lid" instead of lad if you were from New Zealand....
    We say bro, ay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Langeveldt View Post
    have absolutely no idea, although you would probably say "lid" instead of lad if you were from New Zealand....
    Quote Originally Posted by NZTailender View Post
    We say bro, ay.
    And FTR it sounds something like 'lud' with the NZ accent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nztailender View Post
    and ftr it sounds something like 'lud' with the nz accent.
    dwta.

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    Yeah use the term 'lad' to describe someone who is a bit of a Jack-the-lad round these parts.
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