If this blog were a book, you'd read it on the toilet.
I have heard the shortened "humph" though...
Me too, bubs, but I've been dealing with government employees lately. I think they go to special training classes to learn to say it with that special "and I suck and I want to punish you for it" tone.
Is harumph really a word?
Only on British TV...
"Have you ever, in your life, heard anyone who was disgruntled say "Harumph"?"Go over to Lynchberg, Vir-ginny and see if they don't...
I used to just say "Hmmff" when I'm disgruntled. But lately I have been trying to say it the correct way. So yes, I do say "harumph" now.
what? I harumph all the time, esp. in print!! HAVEN'T YEW BEAN PAYING ATTENTION TO ANYTHING I'VE BEEN SAYING?!::harumph::Just for that, you'll have to help me throw Mt. Hood into the ocean!!
I harrumph sometimes, but it is probably Big Orange's influence on me.
Oh and by the way, one of my most favorite t-shirts was:To call me disgruntled implys I was ever gruntled to begin with.
I think I've said "harumph" in an ironic manner. Sadly it was not in a disgruntled manner.
There is an imaginary creature that gives my son rides around the apartment called "Harumph-a-doo"
Hey Chris, any updates on the hooch n smooch at Club Lago?
Isn't it like one of those onamonapia(sp) terms?
Bubs- At least that sounds a little more like the sound a disgruntled person makes. By the way, no changes to the original meet & greet. After 6PM this Saturday at Club Lago. I hope you can make it!Bubbles- I think it's a college course.Cheer- Not in my book.S.D.- Crazy British...WP- I avoid Lynchburglke the plague.Cherry- You crazy!B.O.- Somehow this doesn't surprise me.Flann- He's contagious, isn't he.K.I.D.- I think that's permissible.Dave- Is he any relation to SnuffleupagusGrant- I suppose, it just doesn't sound anything like the sound that's made.
Harumphh is a word that my family uses all the time. It's kind of a joke.
I say harumph (also spelled hrumph, hrrumph) all the time, but especially when I'm cranky. In fact, I'm feeling rather cranky right now, so let me just say this: hrrumph. And many more.
Is pfffft the same thing?
"WP- I avoid Lynchburg like the plague."I was wondering if it has changed at all since I was there way back in '80. Of course back then, the theme from "Deliverance" wasn't played with banjos, but with an "elevator music" orchestra.
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