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jj2007:
Test your English knowledge - did you know epicaricacy, wobbleknockers, embonpoint and other rare words?
 
https://www.quora.com/How-do-you-ask-for-a-pint-in-England/answer/Ian-Lang-16


--- Quote ---Ah Ian, in this zenosynetic age, when vellichorian pleasures are few and far between, the sonderness engendered by my antipodealistic gluckshmerz of your schadenfreude is antidote to my liberosis.
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hutch--:
 :sad:

Urrrrgh !

Shintaro:
Nah, we speak 'stralian ere mate. Can't be speak'in that poofy pommy crap.
A shit hot poly siz ol sir Les Patterson. HERE

Colloquial speech is always interesting, but can sometimes be understood via context.I found Japanese a challenge and old Japanese writing, sosho beyond me.
But wobbleknockers, if I said that to a woman, I would be getting ready to do a runner.

jj2007:

--- Quote from: Shintaro on October 15, 2022, 09:14:16 PM ---Nah, we speak 'stralian ere mate. Can't be speak'in that poofy pommy crap.
A shit hot poly siz ol sir Les Patterson. HERE
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--- Quote ---Tasmania is a triangular continent a bit on the bushy side
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Gorgeous :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

hutch--:
Awe, g'die, ouz about you have a listen to this dittie.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OR98VfsOijI

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