Muamba

Meening Of Words :S

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Alright, Every time i come onto the forum i always see words and i don't no what they meen :(

Eg: What's a Regen?

Or What's AI Meen?

Sounds stupid but it's annoying me that i don't no haha

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Regen is a ficticious player i think, someone who is introduced to the game when the 'real' players start to retire etc.

AI = Computer.

Maybe wrong, but thats just a guess.

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regen = player generated by the game to replace someone who's retired.

ai = artificial intelligence. in this case, refers to computer controlled clubs and managers

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Regens are also often called newgens these days, to reflect the fact that the system for production of new players for the database changed some time back.

They used to just regenerate the old players, so there'd be a new Michael Laudrup born with a different name etc. Now the newgens are created from scratch.

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Regens are also often called newgens these days, to reflect the fact that the system for production of new players for the database changed some time back.

They used to just regenerate the old players, so there'd be a new Michael Laudrup born with a different name etc. Now the newgens are created from scratch.

Actually they should now be Fred's, as their generation is no longer tied to retirements.

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ME= match engine

Ass man= Assistant manager.

Those two confused me at first :)

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Also, for forum use:

IRL - In Real Life

AFAIK - As Far As I Know

IIRC - If I Recall Correctly

N00b/Noob/Newb - Short for "Newbie", someone new to the forum. Usually derogatory.

WTF - What The F***?

LLM - Lower League Manager/Management

Sure there's more.

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Also, for future reference

TW*T - Steve McClaren

GOYAD - Get Off Your Arse, Drogba

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For everyday use

AKA - Also Known As

ASAP - As Soon As Possible

FYI - For Your Info

SOB - Son Of A B****

Ass. Hole - Assistant hole

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Tbf - To be fair

Cba- Can't be asked (I get annoyed for some reason when people say this)

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Tbf - To be fair

Cba- Can't be asked (I get annoyed for some reason when people say this)

Probably because cba means Can't be assed, not asked :confused:

WTG - Way to Go

GOAT - Greatest of all time

Paul Wallace - Living legend.

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fwiw- For what it's worth.

And Eddie Johnson>Paul Wallace.

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KUTGW- Keep up the good work. I was also confused with ass man.

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Am People Just Making Some Of These Up Now,

Cuz I Herd Of The Bascis Like Cba, Wtf n That But Not KUTGW, FWIW And GOAT

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the last few are ones youre probably more likely to see on these boards... kutgw especially, and fwiw... never seen goat tho

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Am People Just Making Some Of These Up Now,

Cuz I Herd Of The Bascis Like Cba, Wtf n That But Not KUTGW, FWIW And GOAT

Challenges forum has a lot of "KUTGW's" floating about. FWIW is regularly used in OTF (Off Topic Forum) - and GOAT gets used rarely, but I like it.

ROFLMMFOA - Rolling on floor laughing my mother f'ing ass off.

LMAO - laughing my ass off

GTFOH - Get the f' outta here.

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Some1 Said "To The OP"

What does that mean ?

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op = original poster/opening poster in that thread

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Some1 Said "To The OP"

What does that mean ?

OP - original poster or original post (otherwise 'first on this thread')

For this thread it's you! :p

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imo means in my opinion... you might sometimes see imho which is in my humble opinion...

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Hah, I guess a lot of us take knowing these things for granted, I know I do.

Going afk now. ;)

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OMGIHATSA!

(Oh my god, I hate all these stupid acronyms!)

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imo means in my opinion... you might sometimes see imho which is in my humble opinion...

I read IMHO as "In my Honest Opinion"

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No one commented on the incorrect spelling in the first post. This isn't the forum I remember :'(

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Yea, people 'round here are getting soft :D

On a level though, there's so much bad grammar nowadays, its hard to know what's actually the right way of spelling something :D

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Well, Americans spell everything wrong and get away with it. If anyway clocks me on a bad spelling I just say i'm Scottish anyway.

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I read IMHO as "In my Honest Opinion"

ahhh good point, never even considered that one!!

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GTFO- Get The F Out

DGL- Dont Get Lemon

LIO- Leave It Out

....i learnt these three today.

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Well, Americans spell everything wrong and get away with it. If anyway clocks me on a bad spelling I just say i'm Scottish anyway.

Worry not... it ain't as if the English can spell either. :D

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Tbf - To be fair

Cba- Can't be asked (I get annoyed for some reason when people say this)

Surely CBA is 'can't be assed'

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Surely CBA is 'can't be assed'

It sure is.

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Probably because cba means Can't be assed, not asked :confused:

Surely CBA is 'can't be assed'
It sure is.

Well, I did say......

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