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What does this mean best answer 10points please answer?

What does s0n_0fa_gun mean?Best answer 10points.Thanks.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Son of a guy is mostly used to say manly man like a guy on league of his own,one whose great,stands out,son of a gun like we say this based on kind of person they are,their personality.

    p.s-its not a good way of saying s-b

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    1 decade ago

    son of a gun; The phrase originated as 'son of a military man' (i.e. a gun). The most commonly repeated version in this strand is that the British Navy used to allow women to live on naval ships. Any child born on board who had uncertain paternity would be listed in the ship's log as 'son of a gun'. While it is attestable fact that, although the Royal navy had rules against it, they did turn a blind eye to women (wives or prostitutes) joining sailors on voyages, so this version has plausibility on its side. OR The term is euphemisitic and derived as a conveniently rhyming alternative to 'son of a bi***/prostitute'. That term has been part of the language for centuries, certainly long enough for people to some up with a euphemism for it. Shakespeare used something like it in King Lear (1605) - "One that art nothing but the composition of a Knave, Begger, Coward, Pandar, and the Sonne and Heire of a Mungrill *****."

  • 1 decade ago

    basically the same as son of a b***h. just a nicer way of saying it.

  • 1 decade ago

    its like SOB but cleaner

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