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To hate the word 'bestie'?

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Lifeisontheup Wed 03-Oct-12 17:42:24

Because I always misread it as 'bessie' and then have a craving for yorkshire pudding.

catgirl1976 Wed 03-Oct-12 17:46:13

Now I want a Yorkshire pudding too sad

YANBU.

Would you prefer BFF?

Lifeisontheup Wed 03-Oct-12 17:48:46

Definitely, that has no food associations at all. smile

squoosh Wed 03-Oct-12 17:49:38

Which is better, a best friend, or a Yorkshire Pudding as big as your best friend?

Xnedra Wed 03-Oct-12 18:03:37

YANBU, unless you are talking about Amy Farah-Fowler then YABU.

KentuckyFriedChildren Wed 03-Oct-12 18:05:47

My friend calls me her bezzie. It fucks me right off. I have told her that btw she just chose not to hear me hmm

Lifeisontheup Wed 03-Oct-12 18:28:18

The Yorkshire pudding definitely. grin

kekouan Wed 03-Oct-12 18:31:28

Bestie is only ok when said by Amy Farrah Fowler smile

kekouan Wed 03-Oct-12 18:31:49

Xnedra beat me to it. Grr

McHappyPants2012 Wed 03-Oct-12 18:31:53

BFF = bring food fast smile

Gruffy Wed 03-Oct-12 18:35:19

It is only ever okay when said by Amy Farrah-Fowler..

I saw a facebook status earlier that said "can't wait to see my bestest bestie ever later, its been literally forever!!!!"

<Shudders>

Euphemia Wed 03-Oct-12 18:40:39

It's a waste of energy to hate words, but if you're going to, please make it words like mendacity, racism, intolerance. smile

NulliusInBlurba Wed 03-Oct-12 18:41:00

'Bestie' (pronounced bess-tee-yuh) is the German word for beast. So calling someone your bestie in Germany isn't very polite.

ItsAllGoingToBeFine Wed 03-Oct-12 18:41:49

Always sounds like a dog breed to me...

YouMayLogOut Wed 03-Oct-12 18:43:02

YANBU. It's so childish.

MrsTerryPratchett Wed 03-Oct-12 18:44:27

I read that as Beastie and thought of mice.

Lueji Wed 03-Oct-12 20:29:19

YANBU, unless you are talking about Amy Farah-Fowler then YABU.
darn, beaten

If it was ever cool, then that must have killed it.

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