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(The Washington Post) The airplane had an “overbook situation.” The crew needed “volunteers.” One passenger “refused to leave the aircraft voluntarily.” So he was “re-accommodated.” It’s hard to imagine things could have gone worse aboard United Express Flight 3411 on Sunday, when security officers dragged a man off a plane in Chicago when he wouldn’t give up his seat for airline employees.

But United seemed to invite ridicule with a pair of awkwardly worded responses to the incident.

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" (Trans: You shall be very sorry should I happen to find myself near you again, friend...! Originally posted by Lure Actually the line was-Re:lifes analogy to a shit sandwich.-the more bread you have-the less shit you have to eat. Is this another analogy for life or is it just that its lunchtime and I'm bored "I come from a land down under Where beer does flow and men chunder Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder? Of course, "Lying in a den in Bombay/With a slack jaw, and not much to say" is pretty obvious, and clinches my argument pretty well. __________________ "Ridicule is the only weapon that can be used against unintelligible propositions.

You better run, you better take cover." Lying in a den in Bombay With a slack jaw, and not much to say I said to the man, "Are you trying to tempt me Because I come from the land of plenty? Ideas must be distinct before reason can act upon them." If you don't stop to analyze the snot spray, you are missing that which is best in life.

The Internet mocked United’s responses mercilessly. The popular consumer affairs blog Consumerist called on readers to tweet their definitions of “re-accommodate,” which included the simple yet effective, “Knock a man out and drag him away.” The slang website Urban Dictionary also posted a definition, reading, “to beat up and violently drag paying passengers off an airplane in order to make room for airline crew on stand-by.” And Joe Thomas, an offensive lineman for the Cleveland Browns, offered a visual explanation of “re-accommodate”: Jack Holmes of Esquire argued the statements from United were as bad as the incident itself.

“The idea that a man who was physically dragged off the plane, wailing in pain as blood rushed out of his head, was just ‘re-accommodated’ is grotesque,” he said.

I've decided it has something to do with partying, but I'm not sure what. I'd ask someone at school, except I already did and got "what are you....stupid? Tattie bread (potato bread) is rhyming slang for 'dead' in NI.

Here are my theories: *"Eating bread" means drinking beer. * "Eating bread" means, to perform oral sex on a girl, i.e., because of yeast, etc. As in - " You're tattie bread if I get hawl aff ya, ya wee gat...!!!! I actually got it from one of the desks in the Science library which, along with the toilet doors in the Seamus Heaney library, are the true fountains of knowledge in Queens University Belfast Also adding more bread doesn't necessarily decrease the amount of filling in a sandwich, it can be an excuse for someone to add more to accomodate the extra room left, unless you're thickening the bread in which case your mouth gets dry and stuffed too quickly and you stop eating the sandwich early.

Communication accommodation theory (CAT) is a theory of communication developed by Howard Giles.

It argues that, "When people interact they adjust their speech, their vocal patterns and their gestures, to accommodate to others." It explores the various reasons why individuals emphasize or minimize the social differences between themselves and their interlocutors through verbal and nonverbal communication.

(Strictly speaking, you can be meta by being about the thing's own category, rather than this specific individual thing, but the key is "about".) If you substitute the word "about" where you see meta in a sentence longer than "it's meta", you will get close to the meaning, even though the sentence you make won't necessarily be grammatically correct.

Some examples of meta things: In my experience, Kids These Days call things meta if they are truly meta (arguing about the argument), or off topic, or just not what they wanted to talk about.

“I apologize for having to re-accommodate these customers.” The combination of airline jargon and public relations spin didn’t sit well with many people — especially when contrasted with the images of three officers yanking the man out of his seat and pulling his limp body by the wrists down the center aisle.

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