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Discussion in 'British Isles' started by Doc, Mar 19, 2013.

  1. Doc

    Doc Was RoatanMan

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    This magazine just arrived here at our home in Chicago.

    My wife asked, "What do the Brits call it when someone gets "goosed""?

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    I'm sure you have the proper word for it.
     
  2. Oldbear

    Oldbear Teaching Neutral Diving

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    When I was taking my one of my AI OW skill review exams, one of my instructors/students' eyes looked liked this UW. My exercise was to remove and replace/clear a mask UW. I saw her eyes and I thought she still had water in her mask so I kept having her repleat the exercise...oh how I felt foolish when it was all over:facepalm: :blush:
     
  3. Ste Wart

    Ste Wart Master Instructor

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    Doc, we call it being 'goosed'
     
  4. dbulmer

    dbulmer DIR Practitioner

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    I'm not familar with the term goosed - I'd say scared ****less where **** = tihs read from right to left
     

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