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cosa significa la 'd finale nelle parole inglesi?

robertorosso1990@gmail.com 10 Nov 2016 23:23
esempio:
Thought He Picked a Winner, but Booger'd by the Results

Nothin' left to do but eat my boogers on live TV

Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=040_1478727669#guErdHK0O6ri5C6g.99
Tony the Ice Man 11 Nov 2016 07:50
On 11/10/16 2:23 PM, robertorosso1990@gmail.com wrote:
> esempio:
> Thought He Picked a Winner, but Booger'd by the Results
> Nothin' left to do but eat my boogers on live TV

L'apostrofo indica l'elisione della lettera "e" nel primo esempio, e la
lettera "g" nel secondo esempio.
JoeDee 11 Nov 2016 13:40
On 2016-11-10 22:23:00 +0000, robertorosso1990@gmail.com said:

> esempio:
> Thought He Picked a Winner, but Booger'd by the Results
>
> Nothin' left to do but eat my boogers on live TV
>
> Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=040_1478727669#guErdHK0O6ri5C6g.99

The video that your link points to has been replaced, so the context of
the comment you have cited is obscure.

There is a play on words in the statement.

When someone gets caught picking their nose, you might say to them
"Pick me a winner!" a low-humor chide.

"Booger'd" by the Results could mean a number of things, but could mean
he was surprised by the results, or that he was disgusted.

I suspect it has to do with the recent presidential election and the
surprising (disgusting) results.

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