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    hello what is a noob?

    i am confused by some of your abbrevations so what does noob mean? . In england we used the word knob to mean some one is a penis. Is this the american version?

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    BULL RUSH ON buzzbee0!!!

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    It means newbie but in stupid spelling.

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    thanks for the info

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    Quote Originally Posted by buzzbee0
    i am confused by some of your abbrevations so what does noob mean? . In england we used the word knob to mean some one is a penis. Is this the american version?
    It's a corruption of the word "Newb" referring to a New member.
    This is Newbietown. It has inhabitants called Noobs. Some of them might be knobs/nobs.

    Welcome to Bullshido.
    There are a good number of Brits and Europeans on the site. We're awesome. We spell the word colour correctly. And humour.

    Where abouts are you in the UK? What style of Kung Fu do you study? Flesh it out a little.

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    i live in portsmouth and ive just started kung fu under the nam yang puglistic assoication
    Last edited by buzzbee0; 10/29/2007 5:14pm at .

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    Cool.
    There's quite a few UK members based in the South of England, and they organise sem-regular get-togethers (known as Throwdowns) where they meet up, spar, roll and generally have fun. They held one in Brighton last year, I seem to recall.
    Check out the "Throwdown" sub-forum, if you're interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buzzbee0
    i live in portsmouth and ive just started kung fu under the nam yang puglistic assoication
    Thats where I trained!, whose the instructer there these days?. Look abit like a hippy but always training peoples asses into the floor?. You better be doing the san da!

    Why do you have hung gar and wing chun in your style then?, he would beat your ass if you got tiger crane confused with wing chun.

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    Edit: WTF is wrong with my computer?
    Last edited by rsobrien; 10/29/2007 8:35pm at .

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    Quote Originally Posted by buzzbee0
    i am confused by some of your abbrevations so what does noob mean? . In england we used the word knob to mean some one is a penis. Is this the american version?
    You guys don't have teh L33t over in England? I thought it was a universally understood language by all internet users and computer game players, like Esperanto.

    It is kind of interesting to note the fact that you are inquiring about the definition of n00b in fact signifies you as being one, a bit of a paradox (I think). Welcome to Bullshido.

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