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Just Seen Jeff Monson in the UK

Does anyone know why Jeff Monson might be in Coventry in the UK?

I saw him tonight at the tenpin bowling alley.

[quote]Electric_E wrote:
Does anyone know why Jeff Monson might be in Coventry in the UK?

I saw him tonight at the tenpin bowling alley.

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This is really ghey if it has anything to do with sex.

Cockmeat sandwich.

You should have picked a fight with him, just to say you did.

No its a serious question, I was wondering why he was here, we have staged UFC fights in Coventry before, but as far as I am aware there are none lined up in the near future.

I just realised this is i the wrong forum??

Anyway a mate just told me that he has seen Jeff at the bowling alley quite a few times. Maybe he lives over here now??

No, he does seminars and such all over the place.

OK OK I got it now.

First off sorry for putting this in the wrong forum.

Second sorry for being a bit star struck but we rarely get anybody of note visiting our little shitty town.

I am now told his GF is from Coventry and that he now lives here.

Next time I see him I will offer him out :slight_smile:

[quote]Electric_E wrote:
Next time I see him I will offer him out :slight_smile:
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What the heck does “offer him out” mean? How is it that the people who invented the language are some of the worst at speaking it? :slight_smile:

Ever heard of slang?

muppet

[quote]Electric_E wrote:
Ever heard of slang?

muppet[/quote]

yeah, but it’s an honest question. I have no idea whether “offer him out” means ‘offer to fight him outside’ or if it means ‘offer to take him out for a beer’ or something else completely

Honest question and then a unnecessary comment about my ability to speak English.

Offer him out, means offer him outside.

[quote]Electric_E wrote:
Honest question and then a unnecessary comment about my ability to speak English.

Offer him out, means offer him outside.
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Oh for goodness sake, it was a joke. Along the same line as “American and English are separated by a common language?” OK, sarcasm doesnt come across well on the internet, and neither does a “nudge, nudge, wink, wink” tone, so let me say this: I didnt mean to offend, and I apologize for inadvertently doing so.

but I still dont understand what “offer him outside” means… is this a good thing or a bad thing?

OK, here goes…

Offer him outside for a bit of rough and tumble

(a fight)

No offense taken, I’m just breakin your balls :slight_smile:

peace

[quote]Electric_E wrote:
OK, here goes…

Offer him outside for a bit of rough and tumble

(a fight)

No offense taken, I’m just breakin your balls :slight_smile:

peace[/quote]

What does “breakin your balls” mean?

Electric he trains at red corner boxing gym

[quote]Wayland wrote:
Electric he trains at red corner boxing gym[/quote]

Really!

I used to train there myself, its about 5 minutes down the road, cheers

If you run into him again, ask him if he’s really agreed to a grappling superfight with Kai Garcia in June here in Hawaii

[quote]Electric_E wrote:
OK, here goes…

Offer him outside for a bit of rough and tumble

(a fight)

No offense taken, I’m just breakin your balls :slight_smile:

peace[/quote]

Jesus Christ man, are you going to fuck him or fight him?