More to add:
31) "Hey Chump!"
32) "Hey Champion!"
33) "Hey D*ck H**d!" (If I'm grumpy)
34) "Hey Prince charming!"
And if I'm in a singing mood...
35) "Hey Jude"......
For the rowdy group:
36) "Hey Buster!"...
For the un-named:
37) "John Dole?...."
This one is good
38) "Hey BUTTHEAD!"
In foreign tongue, if you want varieties:
40) "Bonjour Monsieur..."
41) "Mon Ami!"
42) "Lei ho mo, Pang Yao?"
For the super rude and uncouth:
43) "Simi tai-chi?!"
Last edited by kriegsketten; 2nd May 2010 at 08:25 PM.
.. I think all this is shoooo... Bro-mantics......
I think I'd feel slightly less bothered about "brother" too, the "bro" thing has an element of  extra familiarity  slight punkishness. Maybe only to me, anyway.
With regards to your long list of addresses, I stress again, the thing that bugs me most about the "bro" thing is not so much using it on its own which I can just about tolerate - most of your examples if not all are standalone replacements for a name or some other form of identification - but the fact that it is used as a suffix, essentially, to a person's name.
Ie bro kriegsketten.
Although it wouldn't surprise me if bro on its own got annoying fairly fast too!
I prefer to be call Onee-san by XMM.
Else, please call me SK or bro.
Bleating for goat
Miao for cat
Any CS pet I forgotten?
When I hear bro, especially "bro ken" or "bro sabe", I am immediately prepared to be asked for favours :P
Last edited by kriegsketten; 2nd May 2010 at 11:09 PM.
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blame it on Super Mario bros.
now got new version :
Last edited by kriegsketten; 2nd May 2010 at 11:25 PM.
hmm. could it be stemmed from the secret societies?
u sworn in as a blood brother, ur their bro. they adress each other as xiong di.
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