“MASSIVE ER!” can be used the "massive" prefix is used to note appreciation/acknowledgement for someone.
Never know how to express your emotions for someone or something just add the three letter word “err” to the beginning of your sentence i.e. “ errrrrr FAT BITCH” or in a kind way “ER that girl is mega fit” . The word MASSIVE can be used to describe a big and loud ER i.e. “MASSIVE HAIRY FAT CUNT” here are some examples below.
SanJ “ERRR MASSIVE Ruby Weapon!!”
This indicates that SanJ is happy that Carl defeated Ruby Weapon on Final Fantasy VII
Here is different example
SanJ” Carl that new girl Charlotte is well fit I think I might ask her out”
Carl “no she’s fat SanJ ERRRR MASSIVE CHARLOTTE”
Here you can see different versions of ER used for good and bad here is another example
SanJ: "Where's MASSIVE MATT R?" (Indicates SanJ is concerned for Matt R's welfare)
"Where's Matt R" would not have the same heartfelt concern.
"MASSIVE" can be either a positive or negative connotation when discussing 'biatcheZ'. E.G. "ERR MASSIVE OWL" would indicate Cara Bentham is a horrifically ugly pug-faced douche. Whereas "MASSIVE DAVENPORT" would indicate Davenport is very fit.
"To err is human, but to forgive, well thats right on!" Bad guy in Starksy and Hutch
eric: *glances at jaquann* "err...."
your interviewer asks: "You Have Read The Job Description And A Summary Of The Job Role So What Areas Of This Job Appeal To You The Least?"
Err can be used for pretty much everything, however it is mostly used when someone proves they are particularly knowledgeable about a topic, as a general insult or when someone is being a bit of an all-round twat.
Response:"Err George Michael"