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A chick I know just posted this...."Oh Solon never seems to amaze me, what a good night"
"A good burn is like good sex. It's simple, to the point, and leaves your victim totally destroyed."--Kenny Drebsen
Not sure why that's a WOB? And very few people here are from HROT, so that acronym doesn't mean anything to them.
I would agree that is a WOB.
I guess maybe I'm making an assumption but I'm pretty sure she meant never ceases to amaze. And wobs are not just an hrot thing brah.
Seems instead of ceases?
That is what i thought too.
The term is.
I've seen it used on the blue board.
Yes, because i believe that she thought she was using the saying correctly plus it wasnt just a misspelling or anything. I dont think it is a great WOB but i think it definitely is one.
Really? It originated on HROT from Matt_teach (or something like that) saying wanna bees instead of want to be.
Wob or not, can we at least agree she's an idiot?
Aren't they all?
not without pic
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I dont know what wob means but she is a dip shit,
Gold medals aren't really made of gold. They're made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy called guts.
I don't understand what WOB means or why she's an idiot, she sounds like she just had a good night reading the writings of Solon.
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It means want of be. Basically when someone says a saying wrong. In this instance the girl said "never seems to amaze" instead of "never ceases to amaze" definitely a WOB.
"I was brought in here to change the culture. I'm going to coach with passion" - Fran McCaffery.
Other rules include-in can't be a homonym and the replacement word(s) has to be a real word.
Other fun examples include:
pylon (pile on)
bone and find (bona fide)
for all intensive purposes
This. It's a WOB. But moreso she is just a moron.
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