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Ok seems to me that the minute I get a opportunity to get bummed out or depressed I do.

Like yesterday, I was very excited to get this cast off of my ankle. So here comes

the Dr only to tell me that I still have a long road ahead of me. Plus gives me this LOOK of are you crazy dude.

So that puts me into a tail spin. Heavy head and chest more so than just sad.

Then today all is fine.

Was I depressed for the day? Is that to be expected on Lexapro?

Also what is Sod?

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All those uses come from (According to the Oxford English Dictionary) a short form of "sodomite", used as far back as 1818.

The use as grass pads comes from the Middle Dutch "Soden" or " zoden" and has been around since at least 1653.

Tommy

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Can I expect to have it said if I take someones parking spot.

It lacks the sting of the good ole fashion FU.

Sod you, Mothersodder...           

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I wouldn't expect to hear it too much in the U.S.

Tommy

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Actually I have hear it on XBOX live from the English guys on PGR3.

If they get mad at someone they say You Sod or What a sod.

Thank you so much You are no Sod, Dude Tommy

It is a noun so is improperly used  by saying Sod you, Perry Como..........

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The Brits also use the expression "Sod's Law", which is the equivalent to Murphy's in meaning.

FWIW.

S9

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It is a noun so is improperly used  by saying Sod you, Perry Como..........

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It is a colloquialism and is properly used as such.

You're not gonna find it in an American dictionary Boyd, it's British. They say it over there all the time. "Sod mum" is a big one - as is "sod this" and "sod that" and "sod you." Kind of like "bugger."  Like "bugger off you git."

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Another variant  is  "Sod off", also "Sod all".

English is such a flexible language when it comes to cursing.

A.M.

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Sod off is the name of a Bjork song. I like it. ;)

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S9 seems to have lost her docking port, over the inability to tweak her ship

into that tight slip.  Bullocks is English too. Wanker must be American.

Wanker is most definitely a term used in Britian and the UK in general, and you are, most assuredly, qualifed.

I don't want to dock, there is no safe port in this fucking galaxy. I'll just stay out here where it's cold and dark and stuff is shiny, thank you. You sot.

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Was I depressed for the day? Is that to be expected on Lexapro?

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Yes. It's to be expected whether you're taking an anti-depressant or not. Being depressed for a day over getting bad -- or not as good as you want -- is a normal part of any emotional life. Entirely 'normal' folk get days like this as well. People naturally have down times and moments as well as various other kinds.

Fiona

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