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    Argor

    Hi, I've just finished reading "Bridget Jones's Diary" and there's a word she keeps using when she's supposed to be drunk which completely mystifies me:
    "Argor sworeal brilleve with Shazzan Jude."
    What does she mean by "Argor"?
    Thanks

  1. Casiopea's Avatar

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    #2

    Re: Argor

    Could it be the interjection Arg?

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    Re: Argor

    From http://www.slangsite.com/slang/A.html

    Arg Used to describe discontent. Especially if you just realized you seriously screwed something up. Usually used at the begining of a sentence, but can be used at the end again to make sure your discontent is clear or for more effect.

    Ex: Arg! I spent three hours doing this essay question and I did the wrong one. Arg!


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    #4

    Re: Argor

    Yeah, sounds ok to me. Ta

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    Re: Argor

    I'm reading Bridget Jones' Diary now, but I don't think that has anything to do with the expression "Argh". Since she's absolutely drunk for having gone out with Shazz and Jude ("Shazzan Jude") I think it could be translated as:
    "Argor sworeal brilleve with Shazzan Jude."
    "I got surreal relief with Shazz and Jude" ... though I'm not sure.

    First I thought I could have been "I'll go", but she's referring to the past (they met at 8.30 p.m., and this entry is at 2 a.m.), so.. I don't know, but I firmly believe it has nothing to do with "Argh".
    Hope to help.. and be helped, tee hee.
    If any native reads this, it could be of GREAT help.
    Bye!

    Narwen

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