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Discussion in 'General Motorcycling Discussion' started by Dazza, Jul 20, 2005.

  1. :shock:

    well WTF does OT stand for. Is this new GEEK trendy speak. UCSMDAKMN coz ya all a bunch OFW :shock: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:

    My new geek speak, well you will have to work it out yourself :shock:

    Cheers 8)
  2. OT = Off Topic

    i.e. Non Bike related.
  3. OT = "Off Topic", ie not really bike related, but may be interest.

    I guess OFW is your version of "Of Farking W@nkers" :shock:

    Does UCSMDAKMN have something to do with applying vacuum to a certain part of your anatomy???

  4. You have such a way with words Dazza! And yes, your shock icon was very apprpriate for when I worked out the majority of your short hand. Still don't get what N is for but I don't think i really want to know :wink:
  5. O/T = Off topic

    OT actually = On Topic

    (in the original usage at least).
  6. I to was wondering about this but i didnt want to be the first dill to ask , sorry Dazza :LOL: :LOL:
  7. been sneaking up behind sheep and getting kicked again eh Marty ?

    :shock: :p :p

  8. OT = Off Tap.
  9. *says in humorous, fake brittish accent and rather suckassdick tone* "Oh,... in the original usage!" Get with the times man, stop living in the past! :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:
  10. ok this is a little off topic....

    Last 15 Active Topics
    Hard Core Russian
    OT Browser Enhancement
    Safe or unsafe?
    Places to ride - NSW

    Translated in my mind

    Last 15 Active Topics
    Hard Core Russian (obvoius)
    OT Browser Enhancement (also pretty obvioius)
    Safe or unsafe? (perhaps in refernece to the russians?)
    Places to ride - NSW (Always, I read NSW as NWS. Take a wild guess...)

    so anyway, just thought id derail the thread as the question has been answered....

    BTW... wikipedia!