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2017/10/03 22:17:54 (permalink)

Things you misheard as a child

Jill carriageway

Also i only realised my Mum had an actual name when I was about 5 (i thought she was just called 'Mum') and that was only because Karma Cameleon came oot and she loved it because she said it sounded like her name (Cornelia)
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/03 22:29:29 (permalink)
Amazing Don't you ever go changing SD
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/03 22:59:49 (permalink)
didn't you make this thread recently or am i imagining things...
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/03 22:59:50 (permalink)
Miss SD
Jill carriageway

Also i only realised my Mum had an actual name when I was about 5 (i thought she was just called 'Mum') and that was only because Karma Cameleon came oot and she loved it because she said it sounded like her name (Cornelia)


Haha! I'd like to think you would've made it to secondary school before realising, had it not been released.

I misheard eggs as neggs when young. "Would you like an egg?"..."Can I have 2 neggs?".
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/03 23:03:10 (permalink)
Razor
didn't you make this thread recently or am i imagining things...


That was things she interpretted literally Razor haha.

Miss SD
When i used to see 'watch this space' written in magazines, i used to actually watch the space expecting something to happen. It didnt.

Also the first time someone said 'you can say that again' - i said it again. In this specific example i had commented to my dads girlfriend that there was a lot of rain ( we were watching ' romancing the stone')

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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/03 23:09:47 (permalink)
Thanks for almost bringing on a panic attack. No, this is a splinter thread of 'phrases you interpreted literally as a child'

That was supposed to quote razor ^^
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/03 23:15:27 (permalink)
I remember being really proud of getting 'foxhall' in boggle when were in one of those holiday chalets in bognor or something. (Id meant Vauxhall) . Bastards didnt even give me the points for pure effort.
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/03 23:25:07 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby sectionate 2017/10/04 20:08:42
All about driving to Bognor in your Foxhall Cornelia, on the Jill Carriagway.
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 00:01:32 (permalink)
Miss SD
Cornelia



LOL
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 00:10:56 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Whagwan 2017/10/04 17:03:04
Its a posh name, you might not have heard it
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 06:34:57 (permalink)
Knowledge is power. France is bacon.

Breadknobs and broom sticks

Used to read hyperbole as hyper-bowl
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 07:52:29 (permalink)
MaxPower
Used to read hyperbole as hyper-bowl


I still do, it’s a stupid word.
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 08:22:32 (permalink)
A mate of mine when we were kids (13/14) thought that Fatboy Slim tune lyrics were "praise you like a shoe".
 
I remember being amazed he'd come to the conclusion that "like a shoe" was more likely than "like I should".
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 08:32:52 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby sectionate 2017/10/04 20:09:15
I've got a sausage on my lip, by MC Tali. lol
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 08:50:15 (permalink)
A guy I know admitted to me that at Uni he thought that DJ Luck and MC Neat song was saying "Allan with his engines on"
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 09:18:12 (permalink)
Someone on here thought Sia - little man was something along the lines of ‘love some man’

When I was a kid I thought there was a footballer called Rick O’Shea when ever there was a ricochet.
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 09:20:38 (permalink)
Jimmy2Shoes
Someone on here thought Sia - little man was something along the lines of ‘love some man’



0-Aid, I'll never let him forget that.


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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 10:14:22 (permalink)
Flow Joe
I misheard eggs as neggs when young. "Would you like an egg?"..."Can I have 2 neggs?".

Not such a massive fail. For example oranges were originally called 'Noranges', derived from the spanish word for orange which is 'Naranja'. (FACT)
post edited by SA10 - 2017/10/04 10:15:40

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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 10:19:06 (permalink)
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Jimmy2Shoes
Someone on here thought Sia - little man was something along the lines of ‘love some man’



0-Aid, I'll never let him forget that.

 
 Likewise. It's one of my favourite ever things on this forum.
 
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 10:20:11 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby sectionate 2017/10/04 20:10:20
This is turning into misheard lyrics, in which case...
 

I have been looking for this setlist for some time. I found someone else on the net that is looking for the set list as well but I’m not sure if it was posted here. The description is posted below. My friend used to have this tape and I loved it and looking for some if the tracks to download if available
 
Thanks for your help
 
Taken from the net
 
Right, I’ve got this set I really need a tracklisting for. It’s a Kenny Ken old skool jungle set, probably made for a CD or something due to lack of MC and crowd noise. Any info, a set name or tracklisting would be great. Nice one. :thumb:
A bit of info (not every track covered because some tunes I can’t really describe):
Starts off with Original Nuttah and mixes into Valley of the Shadows (31 Seconds).
Mad jungle tune with voice sample ‘The pope a’ namana, I follow you like namana’ (fuck knows) with a piano roll over the top and vocal effects.

Sample from ‘Renegade – Terrorist’ – piano section and the sort of bouncing noise from it.
Mix of tunes, one featuring a ‘Junglist’ voice sample, another with a sentence repeated I can’t make out.
‘Can’t get you out of my head, and I stop digging around (?) about the love that you made for me’ sample before dropping into heavy jungle tune with dark bass.

‘Make the jungle chirp’ introduction to a tune sample.
I think this tune is Bunn The Sensi, features the sample ‘…push up yo’ hand if you love the sensi, shout it out and everybody, every woman and man…(?)’, (or similar) followed by the ‘Make the jungle chirp’ sample.

Remarc – RIP drops, followed by ‘You love …something something… junglist an’ dem ting’ sample, which is repeated a few times
‘Hey bludclart, hey bludclart (is a dead bumberclart?), hey pussyclart’ sample repeated over and over – followed by ‘Stoooooop!’ sample and some mad jungle tune with woman sample vocals and a ‘Special request’ sample, and ‘rude bwoy’ sample.

Mellows down, ‘Your not my, can’t deny it, your my heat fire fire fire (?), your not my, can’t deny it, love me now or I’ll go crazy’ sample. Drops into a quality tune, ‘Special’ sample taken (from that Special Request tune). 24 minutes in at this point.
 
‘Your not my, can’t deny it, etc..’ sample comes back after mad jungle tune dies down a bit. Sets dies off and comes back in with another new un-mixed tune. Another sample taken (sounds like a Jamaican man) that I can’t make out.
Nice piano roll kicks in with woman vocal effects (‘I got somethin’ for your mind, your…something something…’ sample). ‘Ooooh yes!’ sample taken over mellow section.

‘Our junglist, our junglist’ tune drops. 37 minutes in set stops briefly (as if swopping over a tape)
Set stops and ‘Tonight, you are you going to hear music you’ve never heard before. Tonight, you are going to hear the most contanctious, poisonous red-neck (?) dubplates you’ve ever heard!’ sample.
‘Menna menna menna gwan, special didda kissan…(?)’ tune drops, followed by male vocal effects – ‘Oooh oh oh I’ll be there…hey, hey…’

Sample which sounds like ‘Orange in the dance’. Mellows right out, and the ‘menna menna menna gwan…’ sample taken again over atmospheric sounds and piano melody, again followed by ‘Ohh oh oh, I’ll be there’ sample. The set really mellows out from this point on.
‘But now it’s time for you …something… a teet (?)’ sample, an the ‘Orange in the dance’ sample again, with another Jamaican (?) man saying something I can’t make out. 46 minutes in. ‘Sensi mania run income the dance…(…Orange in the dance…)(?)’ woman sample.

‘Well you can’t stop ’til you find my love, that’s the love you’re dreaming of! Ooooh you can’t stop ’til you find my love (something about junglist…)’ woman sample. Followed by another Jamaican (?) man saying something over and over I can’t make out.
 
‘Zoom zoom zoom (?) …yo, watch dis!’ sample, drops into a quality heavy bassline with sirens over the top. ‘Throw the mercy, oh yeah, alright’ sample repeated over and over.

Fucking gorgeous ambient track drops, with a saxophone or something over the top (I dunno, something like that – trombone maybe?). I’d especially like to know the name of this tune, it’s heaven! 55 minutes in. This tune drops in properly again at 58 minutes, and again with just the saxophone bit playing and nothing else at 1 hour 2 minutes.
‘East and south, with the original ..something…’ female sample followed again by the ‘menna menna menna gwan’ sample, and a ‘…this is what it sounds like when we make love’ female sample.

‘Builder, builder builder…’ sample, before the set finishes abruptly at 1 hour 7 minutes.
 
I can see everybody reading this and going ‘what the fuck?’, and I appreciate that nobody will be interested. I would say if you don’t like it don’t read it but it’s a bit late really now (what a fucking stupid saying that is, you should be ashamed if you say that – unless of course, you know a tracklisting then you may do whatever the fuck you want. :))
 
I’ll try add some audio samples of the main features if nobody knows what I’m going on about..
Just hoping someone will know what I’m on about. Maybe.
Thankyou. 🙂
Thanks for reading

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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 10:35:35 (permalink)
FFS that whole thing still kills me. 
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 10:43:31 (permalink)
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 10:54:22 (permalink)
Smokey McPot
FFS that whole thing still kills me. 




Its the utterly insane stream of consciousness style in which it is written that does it for me. 
 
"‘Builder, builder builder…’ sample, before the set finishes abruptly at 1 hour 7 minutes." LOL
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 11:02:23 (permalink)
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MaxPower
Used to read hyperbole as hyper-bowl


I still do, it’s a stupid word.


+1
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 12:11:48 (permalink)
Law
A mate of mine when we were kids (13/14) thought that Fatboy Slim tune lyrics were "praise you like a shoe".
 
I remember being amazed he'd come to the conclusion that "like a shoe" was more likely than "like I should".


I used to think Groove is in the Heart was Groove is in the Hut  
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 12:14:08 (permalink)
Jimmy2Shoes
When I was a kid I thought there was a footballer called Rick O’Shea when ever there was a ricochet.



I like that. I'm going to pass that off as my own clever pun next time a commentator says that.
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 12:41:25 (permalink)
"Every time you go away... you take a piece of meat, with you..."
 

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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 12:47:19 (permalink)
Shout out to SIDCUP MASSIVE melemator


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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 12:53:28 (permalink)
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MaxPower
Used to read hyperbole as hyper-bowl


I still do, it’s a stupid word.



I've never noticed it said out loud tbh. Mind blown.
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Re: Things you misheard as a child 2017/10/04 13:00:49 (permalink)
any mc det lyrics 
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