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um I don't think you say "burp" when you burp
you say ughhhhhhh in a burpy way

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Ughhhh . . . Lol! That sounds funny.
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Not me, *I say "Ralph" when I *burp. *Or sometimes "warp".
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There are many things "ugh" can mean
say it normally as a speech filler (uh, ugh, um)
say in digust to express disgust (ugh! Ew! Ack!)
say it rhythmically to make caveman sex noises (ugh ugh ugh UGHHHhhH!)
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say it rhythmically to make caveman sex noises (ugh ugh ugh UGHHHhhH!)
Dear me! How old did you say you were, again - I find it hard to believe.

Someone's been visiting the past too much, I see.
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Fourteen, and what is that you don't believe?

Btw I get to go in drivers Ed in a week
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Fourteen, and what is that you don't believe?
I cannot wait until I see SW's answer.

Ah how intresting this thread has become!
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See quoted section - difficulty of belief = age + quote.

Then again, young un's know everything nowadays.
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Then again, young un's know everything nowadays.
Nowadays:

Young un's:
(Devilish)
(Flirty)
(...)

Adults:
(Disaproving...)

[Or so they want us to think: no doubt they secretly love the new figure of young un's nowadays!)

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Well Ess, that could be because they care. Frightening isn’t it?
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Originally Posted by Essence View Post
Nowadays:

Young un's:
(Devilish)
(Flirty)
(...)

Adults + NW:
(Disaproving...)

[Or so they want us to think: no doubt they secretly love the new figure of young un's nowadays!)
When I was your age I thought that mommies and daddies made babies by kissing...

...okay, maybe not. But still. Un-grow-up a little.
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haha school teaches us everything now-a-days
My health teacher was not afraid to tell us things
Ask her the most stupid, inappropriate questions and she'll answer
One kid asked:"can you get pregnant by sharing thongs?"
And the teacher went all in-depth about it

Also, she lectured how "penis" and "vagina" are not bad words. She said we all have them, just like eyeballs, but eyeballs isnt a bad word so penis and vagina arent

Then she made us yell "PENIS" on the count of three with her
It would be pretty funny if the principal just happened to walk by when she did that xD
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NW, hold on to it whilst you can.

...the youth, not the... sex.
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Well Ess, that could be because they care. Frightening isnít it?
Not really, it's nice to know thay care if somewhat embarssing at times. For instance, my mum asked if she needed to buy me a packet of condoms because of the activies my sister was engaging in (O.o) even though I'm the sensiable one im my family. (Somewhat perverted at times but not stupid enough to have underage sex or do anything inappropiate)

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When I was your age I thought that mommies and daddies made babies by kissing...

...okay, maybe not. But still. Un-grow-up a little.
Hehe if only you knew what my parents told me about sex (which includes their experiences)...

Besides, sex education lessons are taught in year 5 at my old school (ahes 9/10) so it's no surprise that SophiV, I and countless others know stuff. Our innonence was snatched away...

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haha school teaches us everything now-a-days
My health teacher was not afraid to tell us things
Ask her the most stupid, inappropriate questions and she'll answer
One kid asked:"can you get pregnant by sharing thongs?"
And the teacher went all in-depth about it

Also, she lectured how "penis" and "vagina" are not bad words. She said we all have them, just like eyeballs, but eyeballs isnt a bad word so penis and vagina arent

Then she made us yell "PENIS" on the count of three with her
It would be pretty funny if the principal just happened to walk by when she did that xD
That sounds so fun. We don't have a health teacher, so our teachers skim over it.
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Nice! Are the stories in the publication submitted by members on this forum?
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Well, not submitted. Chosen, really. Members' Choice, Editors' Choice, various contests. Then we have those who write articles.
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Well, not submitted. Chosen, really. Members' Choice, Editors' Choice, various contests. Then we have those who write articles.
So these are works that have been posted in the forums?
What about short stories including fiction, sci-fi, or fantasy? Is there a section for that?

Is this publication only available to Writer's Beat members or is it accessible elsewhere?

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Initially and I think still mentioned in the bottom corner of the magazine, WBQ used to accept articles from people, but I don't know the details.

The publication is available on the forum, but generally one can find them elsewhere (that's how most of the previous editions were found again, I think, to be archived).
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There is no specific section fro Science Fiction of Fantasy on the Forum, but stories that would fall in either category have been featured in the ezine. Why not download this issue, and the more recant WBQ 25 and read them.


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Originally Posted by Leeson15 View Post
So these are works that have been posted in the forums?
What about short stories including fiction, sci-fi, or fantasy? Is there a section for that?

Is this publication only available to Writer's Beat members or is it accessible elsewhere?
The stories and poems from members that we put in the magazine were all posted on the forum and chosen either by the staff or by the members for inclusion in WBQ. Occasionally we'll take article submissions, but haven't had much call for them for a while. If you have an idea, though, we definitely consider any article or what-have-you that you'd like to contribute

The publication is accessible to anybody who surfs over to WB, clicks on the right links, and downloads the PDF!
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