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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote PaWolf Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Mar 2011 at 7:30pm
Confused...what is it when you "squee"? Sounds like something that should done in private...
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It means I literally make a loud sort of squeaking sound and also flap my arms happily when I see this ad.

I probably should not do this in front of anyone because it's extremely dorky.
I also go on about how cute it is.
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WinkLOL...Thanks, S! I never knew what that was called...and I've seen people that in public, before; always left me confused...
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

WinkLOL...Thanks, S! I never knew what that was called...and I've seen people that in public, before; always left me confused...
 
Probably because you're not, and never have been, a little girl.
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I see full-grown women "squee-ing".  It usually happens when two women haven't seen each other for a few months.  They see each other, squee, and then hug.
 
Usually, when a coupla guys haven't seen each other for months or even years, they say "Hey, man, how ya doin'?"  There might be a perfunctory no-body-contact hug accompanied by a pat on the back---but no squee-ing.  Ever.
 
 
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Confused...ohhhhh....I dunno...maybe I grew up sheltered? I've never heard that word before.
Sounds kinda mean or dirty...ya know, like having someone cuss at you in 'hairlip';
"Sqee Ewe!!!"
 
 
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Sugar baby duckie dumpling!!!xxoo
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So that's what that word means. I'm a teddy bear collector, and I do that whenever I see a bear.
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Originally posted by keyboardplayer keyboardplayer wrote:

So that's what that word means. I'm a teddy bear collector, and I do that whenever I see a bear.
ConfusedCryBOYS CAN "SQUEE"???!!!!
THAT is sooooo sad...are we allowed to put them out of their (ecstatic) misery when they do?
Pleaaaaaaauuuuuuuuuzzzzzzzzzzzzz?
Todaaaay?!
 
(ooops - sorry, KB, forgot - you aren't a 'Boy'Wink)
 
Let's forget this post, o.k.? Alrighty then!
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Nope, I'm definitely a girl, lol.
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Well, I have it on good authority that men can squee when they want to.  My late husband could definitely do it when he saw that video game for sale that he'd been lusting after for six months...LOL
 
(And to make this commercial-related, remember the Heineken "walk-in fridge" ad?)
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Originally posted by smittykins smittykins wrote:

...(And to make this commercial-related, remember the Heineken "walk-in fridge" ad?)
Cry...why, oh why did you have to remaind me? Those must have really been girls in 'boy suits'...if not, that fridge including the 'squeers' (Confusedwould that be the right way to refer to a group of 'em?)  should have been immediately closed, sealed off, and forgotten about. The could have all the heiny they want...that beer sucks.
(here's the commercial to which SK makes mention)
 
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Dang, you'd have thought they won the lottery or either just gotten a grand piano, oh wait, that's just me.

Sorry for the major league bit of off-topicness, but Smittykins, are you the same person from another board I'm on about commercials?
This is your brain on commercials.
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You mean TWoP?  Yeah, same one.(I was wondering the same about you.  Smile)
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Yep. I know it's not just about commercials, but that's my favorite section.
This is your brain on commercials.
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