Is there a manly way of saying the word "cementitious?"

I don’t know of one. :wink:


It’s all how you hold your mouth…Elvis wouldn’t have had a problem!!lol

How about “rubble”?

CONCRETE! Doesn’t quite have the same meaning, but it sure sounds tough :smiley:

Just use a really really deep voice and try not to giggle afterwards.

You giggled didn’t you. That won’t work.

Put the pocket protector away and be careful not to pronounce the syllables with too much saliva in your mouth.

Yes. In response to the query “Is that a gun in your pocket or are you just glad to see me?”

“No. I’m just cementitious.”

Not sure that would work here. There is always a gun in your pocket. And we’re happy to see anybody!

***“John Stuart Mill, of his own free will, on half a pint of shandy was particularly ill!”

Monty Python