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Japher
19-06-2006, 19:48:29
Who do you think gets picked on the most around here?

mr_G
19-06-2006, 19:52:16
what's a flunky?

Chris
19-06-2006, 19:53:16
You are.

mr_G
19-06-2006, 20:06:35
and why is Lurker twice on that list ....you flunky you

Japher
19-06-2006, 20:10:59
I voted you mr. g, for that obvious Own Goal!

Christoph
19-06-2006, 20:37:48
Really, flunky? Where are you from?

Koshko
19-06-2006, 21:01:27
I think he's from a 40s mobster movie.

Venom
19-06-2006, 21:02:12
I'm King of Retards. Baron of the lands of Trailer Park. You god damn flunky. Get it right.

DaShi
19-06-2006, 21:09:50
The real question is, who doesn't get picked on enough?

Lurker the Second
19-06-2006, 21:21:38
Ahem, I am the Economist and Canadian of the Year, not some flunky.

MoSe
20-06-2006, 06:46:02
you order me a table, and I obey
:humblehumble:

mr_G
20-06-2006, 07:18:12
Originally posted by Japher
I voted you mr. g, for that obvious Own Goal! I want more votes....NOW!!!

Chris
20-06-2006, 07:20:05
What's in it for us monkey boy?

mr_G
20-06-2006, 07:25:35
votes lots of votes you stjoepit.
and my 15 minutes of fame o/c

Drekkus
20-06-2006, 09:19:02
Originally posted by Japher
Who do you think gets picked on the most around here? Picked ON!!

What does being picked on really mean? Is being picked here on really negative? Or is being neglected worse?

Gary
20-06-2006, 09:53:10
[100-0 protection] Picked On: To find fault with. To nag or annoy. [/100-0 protection]

Drekkus
20-06-2006, 10:33:54
Was sich nagged, das liebt sich :D

MoSe
20-06-2006, 10:46:37
flun·ky also flun·key
n. pl. flun·kies, also flun·keys
A person of slavish or unquestioning obedience; a lackey.
One who does menial or trivial work; a drudge.
A liveried manservant.
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[Scots, perhaps from flanker, an attendant at one's flank.]
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flunky·ism n.
Word History: The word flunky has come into Standard English from Scots, in which the word meant “liveried manservant, footman,” coming at least by the 19th century to be a term of contempt. The word is first recorded and defined in a work about Scots published in 1782. The definition states that a flunky is “literally a sidesman or attendant at your flank,” which gives support to the suggestion that flunky is a derivative and alteration of flanker, “one who stands at a person's flank.”

:hmm:

Gary
20-06-2006, 10:52:50
Yeah, the thread title didn't really tie up perfectly with the first post. But that's Counterglow for you.

Tizzy
21-06-2006, 18:59:54
Nav is the forum lackey, and he's not even one of the options.
What sort of poll do you call this?

Japher
21-06-2006, 19:40:47
not the "Who's the Fourm Lackey" thread... duh

Venom
21-06-2006, 19:52:44
This poll sucks.

devilmunchkin
21-06-2006, 19:56:03
venom doesn't count. he picks on himself.

Japher
21-06-2006, 20:17:09
true

MoSe
22-06-2006, 07:04:06
So, Venom's nose is running for it?

Asher
22-06-2006, 07:25:03
I wasn't listed. FUCKING RIGHTS!

Drekkus
22-06-2006, 09:01:42
Originally posted by Drekkus
Was sich nagged, das liebt sich :D Ah yes, another brilliant joke, lost for all mankind.

mr_G
22-06-2006, 09:03:51
knot that in your ears man.

Tizzy
22-06-2006, 09:07:49
Originally posted by Japher
not the "Who's the Fourm Lackey" thread... duh

Originally posted by MoSe
flun·ky also flun·key
n. pl. flun·kies, also flun·keys
A person of slavish or unquestioning obedience; a lackey.


DUH

Japher
22-06-2006, 12:50:27
A lackey is a manservant, in its original meaning (attested 1529), which derived from Medieval French laquais "foot soldier, footman, servant." The modern connotation of "servile follower" appeared later, in 1588.

Funko
22-06-2006, 12:51:24
Google is Japher's friend.

Japher
22-06-2006, 12:59:58
my only friend:(

mr_G
22-06-2006, 13:01:08
in a bad / sad mood again?

Venom
22-06-2006, 13:02:05
Google is a whore.

Japher
22-06-2006, 13:03:09
Google is my beitch!

(I'm in a 'thursday' sort of mood)

mr_G
22-06-2006, 13:19:35
you def. lost it J.