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Where did 'sheesh' come from?

Do people ever actually SAY it in real life or is it just a written thing?

by It always sounds silly to me.reply 1802/19/2013

OP: How do you pronounce "blech?"

by It always sounds silly to me.reply 102/18/2013

OP, your homework is to research the term "minced oath" and write a two-page report.

by It always sounds silly to me.reply 202/18/2013

tsch-tsch has always baffeled me, actually.

by It always sounds silly to me.reply 302/18/2013

Either from The Little Rascals or from old Micky Rooney movies

by It always sounds silly to me.reply 402/18/2013

[quote]tsch-tsch has always baffeled me, actually.

Me too.

What about hmmmmmmm?

by It always sounds silly to me.reply 502/18/2013

"Sheesh" is a G-rate version of "Shit!"

Just like "Dagnabbit" is G-rated for "Goddamit!"

by It always sounds silly to me.reply 602/18/2013

Geez.

by It always sounds silly to me.reply 702/18/2013

I once watched a porn where the bottom kept saying "gosh" and "geez" while getting fucked. Turned me right off and I couldn't stop laughing to myself.

Nobody but a Midwestern hausfrau with a bad perm can ever get away with saying "gosh" out loud.

by It always sounds silly to me.reply 802/18/2013

What about "garl darn it"?

And consarnit?

by It always sounds silly to me.reply 902/18/2013

A well place "sheesh" can so perfectly indict another person's idiocy.

by It always sounds silly to me.reply 1002/18/2013

Dagnabit r10 made me larf

by It always sounds silly to me.reply 1102/19/2013

"Tsch-tsch" is that sound one makes with one's tongue against one's teeth.

It's often spelled tsk-tsk and idiots will pronounce it, "tisk tisk".

Idiots!

by It always sounds silly to me.reply 1202/19/2013

Huzzah is a affected and nancy-boyish

by It always sounds silly to me.reply 1302/19/2013

Tsk tsk, R13.

by It always sounds silly to me.reply 1402/19/2013

[quote]"Tsch-tsch" is that sound one makes with one's tongue against one's teeth.

One's teeth? The tongue makes no sound when against one's teeth. Maybe you mean the roof of one's mouth, as in 'tut, tut'?

& putting that aside for a moment...what exactly are people trying to convey by "Tsch-tsch"?

by It always sounds silly to me.reply 1502/19/2013

Eustace Tilley is the visual embodiment of "Tsch-tsch."

by It always sounds silly to me.reply 1602/19/2013

jeeez... is that a word

by It always sounds silly to me.reply 1702/19/2013

Ladies and gentlemen, reintroducing the latest DL tedium:

The Tedious Imitative Snark Troll.

by It always sounds silly to me.reply 1802/19/2013
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