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Old 03-19-2013, 03:56 AM   #130591
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Melodie, I'd slap you into the admin spot in a heartbeat. For good humor alone. And if I didn't give you crap it would mean I didn't like you. People I don't like I generally don't spare a word for...like..Phildo, Keymo, other "omo's"...lmao

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Its ok, I just farted
Strange you should mention that. I haven't had beans in days and I just noticed on your comment, no trouser burning methane either.

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Melodie, I'd slap you into the admin spot in a heartbeat. For good humor alone. And if I didn't give you crap it would mean I didn't like you. People I don't like I generally don't spare a word for...like..Phildo, Keymo, other "omo's"...lmao
At least I know it's America and Cherokee.
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Melodie, I'd slap you into the admin spot in a heartbeat. For good humor alone. And if I didn't give you crap it would mean I didn't like you. People I don't like I generally don't spare a word for...like..Phildo, Keymo, other "omo's"...lmao
Hahahahahahahahahahahahhahaha

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At least I know it's America and Cherokee.
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Old 03-19-2013, 03:59 AM   #130596
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. I will shut up, I'm not making my English Canadian friends look good.
You're fine, Canadian's use the "queens" english which is far superior to our south of the border slang. At least that's what my wife tells me.
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Old 03-19-2013, 04:00 AM   #130597
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Yeah, the Cherokee misspelling bit really burns my biscuits since I'm a card carrying Chickasaw myself.
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Old 03-19-2013, 04:02 AM   #130598
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Like what?! Haha
color - colour
music - musick
wagon - waggon
center - centre
honor - honour

Just some off the top of my head....

... And in the article in the link I posted below...

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Yea it is. Yea she was getting some new sparring gear lol.
To beat you up with?

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Also that's "defense"...no c.
I think it is in their spelling...

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Why is Canadian spelling so weird? - Gateway to English - Language Portal of Canada

Might be a good short read if you're bored...
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Old 03-19-2013, 04:02 AM   #130599
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You're fine, Canadian's use the "queens" english which is far superior to our south of the border slang. At least that's what my wife tells me.
Your wife's English is for sure better than mine tho, my whole family is French so that's all we talk at home. Pretty much learned English on my own from watching tv and stuff. Lol
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Ok giving up on the avatar until in the morning when she can't get my phone while I'm at work

Where'd keymo go?
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color - colour
music - musick
wagon - waggon
center - centre
honor - honour

Just some off the top of my head....

Don't roll backwards - I pooped behind your chair....



To beat you up with?

I think it is in their spelling...

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Why is Canadian spelling so weird? - Gateway to English - Language Portal of Canada

Might be a good short read if you're bored...
Funny
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color - colour
music - musick
wagon - waggon
center - centre
honor - honour

Just some off the top of my head....

Don't roll backwards - I pooped behind your chair....



To beat you up with?

I think it is in their spelling...

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Why is Canadian spelling so weird? - Gateway to English - Language Portal of Canada

Might be a good short read if you're bored...
I have never seen music spelled in such and ugly way... Haha
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Your wife's English is for sure better than mine tho, my whole family is French so that's all we talk at home. Pretty much learned English on my own from watching tv and stuff. Lol
I've resided in the ... bastard french bayou region of SE Texas and LA for over 10 years. There is nothing you could surprise me with. In fact, with their lingo, french or not, you'd be lost. Cajun french, if you haven't been immersed into it is damn near unintelligible. Beer helps the translation immensely though.
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Melodie, I'd slap you into the admin spot in a heartbeat. For good humor alone. And if I didn't give you crap it would mean I didn't like you. People I don't like I generally don't spare a word for...like..Phildo, Keymo, other "omo's"...lmao
See? At least he likes YOU!
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I've resided in the ... bastard french bayou region of SE Texas and LA for over 10 years. There is nothing you could surprise me with. In fact, with their lingo, french or not, you'd be lost. Cajun french, if you haven't been immersed into it is damn near unintelligible. Beer helps the translation immensely though.
Yes, when they get to talking fast I zone out lol
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I've resided in the ... bastard french bayou region of SE Texas and LA for over 10 years. There is nothing you could surprise me with. In fact, with their lingo, french or not, you'd be lost. Cajun french, if you haven't been immersed into it is damn near unintelligible. Beer helps the translation immensely though.
My French is different also...it's a northern Ontario French.. Lol
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Your wife's English is for sure better than mine tho, my whole family is French so that's all we talk at home. Pretty much learned English on my own from watching tv and stuff. Lol
I dunno who is right and I don't really care, some people really get hung up on grammar.

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Old 03-19-2013, 04:10 AM   #130608
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Might be a good short read if you're bored...

I took the first spelling quiz.....5 out of 10
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Interesting, and I infact appreciate old world spelling. My late wife was a geneaology guru. I having the name of Shipley am scottish in origin. Shipley is derived..<here come the jokes folks> from Schipple, a region of sheep farming in northern England and parts of Scotland.

I've never buggered a sheep, but...genetic history probably has mentioned it to me in dreams. LMAO
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Your wife's English is for sure better than mine tho, my whole family is French so that's all we talk at home. Pretty much learned English on my own from watching tv and stuff. Lol
Yea that Canadian version of Sesame Street can be brutal.
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Ok everyone, time to hit the sack. Good night.
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Damn...I'm Canadian. Bluff & Buff I I got 5/7 and II I got 7/7. LMAO
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Ok giving up on the avatar until in the morning when she can't get my phone while I'm at work

Where'd keymo go?
Haha! Why did you take down the intimidating one?!

I'm still here! Still kind of working on paperwork, so my checking of WF is a little delayed.

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I have never seen music spelled in such and ugly way... Haha
REALLY?! And I agree... It is an odd way of spelling music... I don't know if it was intentional - but here in America people spell music "musick" as a slang-type of spelling... But like you, I'd never seen if actually used formally that way...

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I took the first spelling quiz.....5 out of 10

I got 7 of 10, but I'd seen most of them before....

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Interesting, and I infact appreciate old world spelling. My late wife was a geneaology guru. I having the name of Shipley am scottish in origin. Shipley is derived..<here come the jokes folks> from Schipple, a region of sheep farming in northern England and parts of Scotland.

I've never buggered a sheep, but...genetic history probably has mentioned it to me in dreams. LMAO
SHEEPLE!

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Ok everyone, time to hit the sack. Good night.
Good night!
Hope your conference goes well!
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Haha! Why did you take down the intimidating one?!

I'm still here! Still kind of working on paperwork, so my checking of WF is a little delayed.

REALLY?! And I agree... It is an odd way of spelling music... I don't know if it was intentional - but here in America people spell music "musick" as a slang-type of spelling... But like you, I'd never seen if actually used formally that way...


I got 7 of 10, but I'd seen most of them before....

SHEEPLE!

There you go keymo. She just said to me "I win" because of you. Lol
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Damn...And I'm not french...LMAO
Chilly Expressions


You have 7 out of 8 answers correct.
  1. Donner froid dans le dos
    Your answer c) send shivers down someone's spine is correct.
    • a) get cold feet
    • b) chill to the bone
    • c) send shivers down someone's spine
    Means: Cause fear or excitement.
  2. Glacer le sang dans les veines
    Your answer a) make someone's blood run cold is correct.
    • a) make someone's blood run cold
    • b) give someone the cold shoulder
    • c) be cold-blooded
    Means: Horrify or terrify.
  3. Garder la tęte froide
    Your answer a) keep one's cool is correct.
    • a) keep one's cool
    • b) have a head cold
    • c) be a cold fish
    Means: Remain calm.
  4. Rester de glace
    Your answer b) be a cool customer is correct.
    • a) be as cold as ice
    • b) be a cool customer
    • c) be cold-hearted
    Means: Not show any emotion even in a difficult situation.
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HOLY CRAP! Just checked my phone for the first time tonight... 35 messages?!!?
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  1. Recevoir un accueil glacial
    Your answer c) get a chilly reception is correct.
    • a) get the shivers
    • b) be left cold
    • c) get a chilly reception
    Means: Not be well received.
  2. Ętre en froid avec quelqu'un
    Your answer a) be on cool terms with someone is correct.
    • a) be on cool terms with someone
    • b) be as cool as a cucumber
    • c) play it cool
    Means: Not get along with someone.
  3. Prendre un coup de froid
    Your answer c) lose one's cool is incorrect.
    The correct answer is b) catch a cold.
    • a) take a cold blow
    • b) catch a cold
    • c) lose one's cool
    Note: "To catch a chill" is also correct.
  4. Ętre blanc comme neige
    Your answer b) be as pure as the driven snow is correct.
    • a) be as white as snow
    • b) be as pure as the driven snow
    • c) be snowed under
    Means: To be morally good, innocent.
Thank you for playing Chilly Expressions!
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Good night!
Hope your conference goes well!
I'm only up for 30min on the conference. California's the one getting all the time with the millions in fines they occurred! In Texas we don't get fines, we do it right because we take our guns seriously.
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HOLY CRAP! Just checked my phone for the first time tonight... 35 messages?!!?
You must owe a lot of people money, the weekend IS coming up ya know.

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