What's your favourite English word?

Simon   Tuesday, March 23, 2004, 09:40 GMT
Yes is a really good word.
KaroSyrup   Wednesday, March 24, 2004, 17:20 GMT
My favorite word (ahem, or one of my favorite words was, in my growing up years was) is gay. It did mean, and should happy, delightful, pleasant, etc.,etc. but sad to say it has been literally `cut in two` by that certaing group of people. So someone was forced to re-enter it in the dictionary with its new meaning, which in my opinion turned it into a fake word, like so much is fake, and sly, in this current era. People can`t trust people; everything you own has to be locked up, or it will walk away. Yes, it is relevant, but it is also sad. Nuff said.
Ruth   Sunday, March 28, 2004, 02:02 GMT
I have no favorite word, but favorite phrase: "I can do it" ... When I say that I achieve a lot of things.
mike   Wednesday, March 31, 2004, 17:53 GMT
sunshine is my favourite one.
Danger Mouse   Thursday, April 01, 2004, 22:20 GMT
a2c   Saturday, April 03, 2004, 19:00 GMT
Among english words, "uhuh" sounds the most attractive to me.
:)   Sunday, April 04, 2004, 16:48 GMT
Jack   Sunday, April 04, 2004, 18:25 GMT
a2c, That word is spelled ''uh-uh'', opposite of ''uh-huh''.
Ho' sam aw been laidon   Wednesday, April 07, 2004, 13:00 GMT
I don't fancy the word, but unfortunately it's most popular around the home townes,..... f.u.c.k.

it helds most function in english tongue ever, and I bet mosta ye used it a lot, when yer head starts blowin off, (/ pisstobb doun da dren)
bruce   Saturday, April 10, 2004, 23:30 GMT
my favorate word is egregous like the guy before me. Its used in this comedy the league of gentlemen. "Strewth" is a good 1 too.
darren   Sunday, April 11, 2004, 03:25 GMT
bruce, its spelt "egregious" and noone uses strewth any more as its a nancy word for all those marys and pommes. i reckon that my favourite word is magician and my favourite phrase is "orh go way you commie poofta"
Belinda   Thursday, April 15, 2004, 01:22 GMT
My fav word is 'yes'