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Mumble-Pants . . . do you know what it means ???

Discussion in 'The Pub' at netrider.net.au started by Mickyb V9, May 26, 2008.

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  1. After work drinks last week, after a few drinks and people starting to talk shit - a chic here in the office used the term - "mumble pants".

    Apart from one person, no one knew what it meant !!
    Now it looks like its an old-skool saying. ;)

    So, do you know its meaning ???
    Just answer the poll and i'll reveal the meaning when this thread reaches page2.



    I'm interested whether its is a age generation saying or maybe even a south of the border thing ! Just like how Victorians use the word "Moz" ! :LOL:
     
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  2. hahahaha
    I see your lips moving, but I don't know what your saying :wink:
    Mumble pants = camel toe
     
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  3. Well there ya go !
    Definitely south of the border bogan talk again !
    :rofl:

    I had no idea what it meant !

    But then again its Scrabble Queen talking !
    hahaha
     
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  4. They are the best! :grin:

    **Edit: Well now the answer has been posted, the first time I heard it my mate gave the explaination "You can see the lips moving but cant hear the c*nt talking" Classy.
     
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  5. yep... maybe it is the more that it is a term from many years ago... and not many young tackers know it...
     
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  6. Define "term from many years ago" ???

    My earliest recollection in mainstream media is the video clips from Collette - Ring My Bell and Gina G - Oh Ahh (just a little bit) !! :LOL:
    And thats like late 80s !

    So are you telling me the term mumble-pants is even older than that ??? :eek:
     
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  7. how many years ago are you talking about. I am only 34 and know what it means.
     
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  8. i used it just last week, over the UHF to describe the cladding on a member of the general public.
     
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  9. Too bad it was the Australian Mens Olympic Road Cycling Team zooming pass Joel's worksite at the time !







    :LOL:
     
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  10. :worthlesspics:
     
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  11. :rofl:
     
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  12. Hey Micky, I know the term - first heard it soon after moving back to Canberra in 2001...

    Never heard the expression whilst living in Sydney...

    and :LOL: :LOL:
     
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  13. something i learnt as a teenager. prolly about 15 years ago i reckon. was pretty funny at the time. i thought everyone would know after that 'camel toe' song that was around a few years back
     
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  14. Learnt the expression from a friend who grew up in Wagga Wagga, so I always thought it was a country thing!
     
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  15. Jesarse Mickey, that saying has been around since Moses was a boy. As a matter of fact, Uccio alway's yells out to Rossi as he is leaving the pits pulling his leathers out of his ass.; "Siht Vale, u alway's mumble, speak up!". So as u see, it doesn't always apply to women, but, then Mickey, as a GBL & frequenter of the Blue Oyster u would understand. :LOL: :rofl: .

    Cheers,
    Tex & Bundy
     
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  16. I hear it, and know what it means, very rarely.
    Was a popular term to talk about our PE teachers clothing, back in high school (2 years ago).
     
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  17. . . . only if your avatar was an animated gif !
    :LOL:
     
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  18. Mmbls

    Speak up Micky :wink:
     
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  19. Sheltered life there, Micky?
     
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