- n. Plural form of cee., the name of the letter C.
“I thought lisped cees were Castilian, not Catalonian.”
“Cuz mostly Ai cees dem rassle and chase eech oder.”
“SIegfried allsew sez, “Dis iz noe man” wen he first cees Brunnhilde sleepin on teh rock.”
“He domineers over freshmen when they first come to the hatch, and puzzles them with strange language of cues and cees, and some broken Latin which he has learnt at his bin.”
“These two are busy little bees - I say bees in the sense of, well, bees, rather than effs and cees - and if you'd imagine they will try to push England hard in the field if the partnership develops.”
“The pee cees in the house have always had excellent download speeds -- wirelessly or wired, and Mac has very slow speeds regardless of being wired or wireless.”
“Remember, the big thing here is that the pee cees in his house are working fine, it is just his Mac that is not getting anywhere near the speed he should be getting.”
“Hence the feedback loop, Comcast says it must be an issue with the MacBook because the other pee cees work fine, and Apple says it must an issue with Comcast because the MacBook works fine on other networks.”
“Registered: Feb 25, 2005 could it be possible that if a channel was jammed, then it would only be jammed for macs and not pee cees?”
“= Born in Kashyap pedigree (family) cenled = cees "s = Great Åegefleced = lespe = Brightness, radiance, luminance lece: = DebOeej = Darkness Deefjb = çe$eg = Enemy meJe& = meieUer =”
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