Practice English Speaking&Listening with: How to Pronounce and Use the British English Expression, Get the Hump

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Hi Britlish. Alright Richard!

What's up, Britlish? Have you got the hump? Not at all. I'm not in the least bit annoyed

about anything. Good. I'd hate to think that you had got the

hump. I can't get the hump, Richard. I am not capable

of getting the hump as I don't have my emotion subroutines engaged.

Can you engage your emotion subroutines, Britlish? Of course. If you really want. There, I have

engaged them and can now display emotions. Okay, Britlish. Now imagine that

you

have got the hump and are sulking and moping around

like a teenager. Yeah! Okay! Whatever!

Very good, Britlish. What if I told you to tidy your room? Would you get the hump then?

God! You're always on at me to do something! Why don't you just leave me alone? God, I

hate you! Perhaps you could disengage your emotion subroutines,

now, Britlish? I prefer the nice Britlish. The one who doesn't get the hump.

Okay! Okay! Keep your hair on! That's better. I've disabled my emotion subroutines. I'm

very sorry if I acted out of turn. No, problem, Britlish. It was a nice demonstration

of what getting the hump means. I'm glad you don't have the hump now.

Me, too, Richard. Me, too.

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