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Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Zephor, Sep 5, 2001.

  1. Jakeman

    Jakeman MSC Founder and Donator

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    it's cow's word
     
  2. Sparhawk

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    Er, Lei isn't pronounced 'lie', why would ghei? And gh isn't always pronounced as an f, it's sometimes a hard g as in Ghoul. I don't know many who would mistake Ghoul for Foul...
     
  3. SpocKirk

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    Lei is a word from another language, I'm talking English here. It is possible for a "gh" to make an "f" sound, not in every word, but in some.
     
  4. Sparhawk

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    Lei is English. Lots of English words have their roots in other languages, they're still English words, dude. As it is, I knew exactly what Jake said immediately.
     
  5. zxcvbnm

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    Still none of you have answered whether it is spelled tilde or tilda. ANSWER ME!!
     
  6. Sparhawk

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    It's spelled TWIDDLE. like it's spoken! :laugh: Tilde, dude.
     
  7. SpocKirk

    SpocKirk Forum Moderator and Donator

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    what does lei mean? I was thinking of the flower necklace things you get from Hawaii, or the name of that one guy on TTT. Either way, those aren't english words.

    I knew what Jake was trying to say, but I decided to talk him out of it by distracting him with my superior knowledge.

    I think Jakeman is just jealous 'cause I have hotter pictures than he does.

    BTW, it's tilde.
     
  8. Sparhawk

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    It's not? Guess I'll have to start calling croissants 'curvy-flaky bun things what you eat for breakfast' from now on...
     
  9. SpocKirk

    SpocKirk Forum Moderator and Donator

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    BTW, croissants are FRENCH!!! (and, being French, they are not English. English muffins are English, you could just start eating those)

    and the new name for them reminds me of the midnight bomber what bombs at midnight
     
  10. Zephor

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    mmmm croissants
     
  11. BudIcePenguin

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    OUTTA MY WAY FOO! WHERE DA CROISSANTS?!? MR.P DON'T LIKE PEOPLE IN HIS WAY WHEN HE HUNGRY!
     
  12. Sparhawk

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    And cheese...

    Or cheese Croissants! OOOOh, baby! :hump: :hump:
     
  13. Grizzly

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    Did someone call?

    I buy a cheese and strawberry combination croissant from our local French patisserie, Le Vie de France. Good stuff, mais tres cher.

    It's too bad we don't see those at our local Ralph's :(
     
  14. SpocKirk

    SpocKirk Forum Moderator and Donator

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    We have a French-type bakery called La Boulangerie a couple stores down from Papa Murphy's Take 'N' Bake Pizza (mmmmmm, cheese!), where I work. The radio commercials say it like La Boulingerie.

    I'd like a croissant and a bra, please
     
  15. Haite

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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't a Boulangerie like a butcher's shop (in French anyway)? I've just given up on remembering all those modern languages I learned so long ago in England, I love Latin so I'm focusing all my energy there :).

    --Haite
     
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  17. Haite

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    Re: nt

    What doesn't meet with your approval this time? Our joking of the relationship of cheese and sexual acts?

    --Haite
     
  18. Elbereth

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    What relationsh ... nevermind.
    :D
     
  19. Keeksy

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    nt means nt. Jakeman sent me a nasty note last time, so this emoticon will have to do: :mad:
     
  20. Elbereth

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    expletive?
    ;)
     

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