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    stran·gu·late [strang-gyuh-leyt] Show IPA verb (used with object), stran·gu·lat·ed, stran·gu·lat·ing. 1. Pathology, Surgery . to compress or constrict (a duct, intestine, vessel, etc.) so as to prevent circulation or suppress function. 2. to strangle. Origin: 1655–65; < Latin strangulātus, past participle of strangulāre to strangle; see -ate1 Related forms stran·gu·la·ble [strang-gyuh-luh-buhl] Show IPA , adjective stran·gu·la·tion, noun stran·gu·la·tive, adjective stran·gu·la·to·ry [strang-gyuh-luh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee] Show IPA , adjective un·stran·gu·la·ble, adjective ------------------------------------------ Taken from Dictionary.com, so yep, you're right. Learn something new every day. I didn't even know strangulate was a word. ETA: Now the stupidest thing I've heard today is that I didn't know strangulated wasn't a word. Does it count if you say it? Or read it? Type?
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    Oh geez...i didnt mean to cause this. I didnt explain properly so for that im sorry. He was describing a feeling he had to someone and said something like "it felt like i was being strangulated"....i thought the proper description would be "it felt like i was being strangled".
    When he said it out loud to a mate it sounded wrong....

    Am I incorrect???

    The reason for my post was that he uses words incorrectly and in the wrong context.

    Sorry for confusion..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopefully Waiting View Post
    Oh geez...i didnt mean to cause this. I didnt explain properly so for that im sorry. He was describing a feeling he had to someone and said something like "it felt like i was being strangulated"....i thought the proper description would be "it felt like i was being strangled".
    When he said it out loud to a mate it sounded wrong....

    Am I incorrect???

    The reason for my post was that he uses words incorrectly and in the wrong context.

    Sorry for confusion..
    Hehe, how unlike us to go off on a tangent!

    (Either strangled or strangulated would be fine, although I agree that strangulated sounds a bit made up!)

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    Hehe another one from not long ago my best friend was getting coffee

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    Barista: oh I'm sorry we don't do soy mochas... But I can make you a soy latte with chocolate in it.

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    The shop assistant recently (late teens) "just letting you know we have 50% off everything in store today, so like, if you buy this $4 singlet it'll be like $2.50!".

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    Quote Originally Posted by bel2466 View Post
    The shop assistant recently (late teens) "just letting you know we have 50% off everything in store today, so like, if you buy this $4 singlet it'll be like $2.50!".
    PMSL! Oh my.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bel2466 View Post
    The shop assistant recently (late teens) "just letting you know we have 50% off everything in store today, so like, if you buy this $4 singlet it'll be like $2.50!".
    Someone wasnt big on maths at school!

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    In high school while on a school camp my friends and I were being a little silly. One of our mates said "I'm sure you three have ADD" my friend asked "What's that?" I told her it was attention deficit disorder... She looked at him with a strange expression and replied ... "I'm not deaf??!!"

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