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enibto
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  1. Posté le 22/09/2004 à 14:16:26  
 
Reprise du message précédent :
 ok I understand but I want to say what I want to say what I want to say

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petegabup81
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  1. Posté le 23/09/2004 à 13:52:22  
 
Is everybody sleeping ? :sleep: :??:

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cafuron
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  1. Posté le 23/09/2004 à 13:58:48  
 

petegabup81 a écrit :

Is everybody sleeping ? :sleep: :??:



 
 No, we are waiting for your speech! :D

vro
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  1. Posté le 23/09/2004 à 14:28:05  
 
come on everibody !  [:dandan]

cafuron
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  1. Posté le 23/09/2004 à 14:29:23  
 

vro a écrit :

come on everibody !  [:dandan]



 
 everiboudi or everybody [:library]
 
 :D

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vro
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  1. Posté le 23/09/2004 à 14:30:35  
 

cafuron a écrit :

everiboudi or everybody [:library]
 
 :D



 
 as you wish [:davidul]

cafuron
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  1. Posté le 23/09/2004 à 14:33:21  
 

vro a écrit :

as you wish [:davidul]



 
 As it will please you Vro! :whistle:

gianni
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  1. Posté le 23/09/2004 à 18:32:13  
 
[:globglob]  
 
 
 the trouble with divorces " is the refurnishing "
 
 what do yo think of that ?
 
 
 [:randahl]

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petegabup81
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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 07:39:29  
 
It may be a trouble for you, but not for the sharks who sell furniture :o

cafuron
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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 07:45:28  
 
business is business :D

gianni
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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 08:08:46  
 

petegabup81 a écrit :

It may be a trouble for you, but not for the sharks who sell furniture :o



 
 
 
 
 I agree with you Pete.
 
 
 But why are you called La Peste, I do not think you are a peste.

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petegabup81
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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 09:16:26  
 

gianni a écrit :

I agree with you Pete.
 
 
 But why are you called La Peste, I do not think you are a peste.



 
 I was given this nickname by some people here  [:yesterday]  :D  :whistle:

krondstadt
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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 11:42:44  
 
An american journalist was doing a documentary on the customs of  
 American Indians. After a tour of the reservation,  
 she asked why the difference in the number of feathers in the  
 headdresses.  
 
 She asked a brave who had only one feather in his headdress.  
 He replied :"me have only one squaw, me have only one  
 feather."  
 
 She asked another brave, feeling the first guy was only  
 joking. This brave had four feathers in his headdress. He  
 replied, "UGH, Me have four feathers because me sleep with  
 four squaws."  
 
 Still not convinced that the number of feathers indicated the  
 number of squaws involved, she decided to interview the
 chief. Now the chief headdress was full of feathers which,  
 needless to say, amused the journalist. She asked the chief,  
 "Why do you have so many feathers in your headdress?" The  
 chief proudly pounded his chest and said, "Me Chief, Me fuck-
 em all, big, small, fat, tall, me fuck-em all."  
 
 Horrified, the journalist stated. "You ought to be hung." The  
 Chief replied. "You damned right me hung......Big like Buffalo,  
 long like Snake." the journalist cried, "You don't have to be so  
 goddamn hostile! The Chief replied, "Hoss'style, doggy-style,  
 wolf-style, any-style, me fuck-em all!"
 
 Tears in her eyes, the journalist cried, "OH DEAR." The Chief  
 said, "No Deer.....me no fuck deer.....Asshole too high, and  
 motherfuckers run too fast. Me no fuck deer."
 
 
 :bounce:  

gianni
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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 12:27:50  
 

krondstadt a écrit :

An american journalist was doing a documentary on the customs of  
 American Indians. After a tour of the reservation,  
 she asked why the difference in the number of feathers in the  
 headdresses.  
 
 She asked a brave who had only one feather in his headdress.  
 He replied :"me have only one squaw, me have only one  
 feather."  
 
 She asked another brave, feeling the first guy was only  
 joking. This brave had four feathers in his headdress. He  
 replied, "UGH, Me have four feathers because me sleep with  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 four squaws."  
 
 Still not convinced that the number of feathers indicated the  
 number of squaws involved, she decided to interview the
 chief. Now the chief headdress was full of feathers which,  
 needless to say, amused the journalist. She asked the chief,  
 "Why do you have so many feathers in your headdress?" The  
 chief proudly pounded his chest and said, "Me Chief, Me fuck-
 em all, big, small, fat, tall, me fuck-em all."  
 
 Horrified, the journalist stated. "You ought to be hung." The  
 Chief replied. "You damned right me hung......Big like Buffalo,  
 long like Snake." the journalist cried, "You don't have to be so  
 goddamn hostile! The Chief replied, "Hoss'style, doggy-style,  
 wolf-style, any-style, me fuck-em all!"
 
 Tears in her eyes, the journalist cried, "OH DEAR." The Chief  
 said, "No Deer.....me no fuck deer.....Asshole too high, and  
 motherfuckers run too fast. Me no fuck deer."
 
 
 
 What a Chief !
 
  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:


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laalaa
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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 14:01:07  
 
my taylor is rich !  :ouch:   :ouch:    :ouch:  

krondstadt
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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 14:35:14  
 
but liz taylor is not richard burton...

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le_belge
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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 14:40:57  
 

petegabup81 a écrit :

I was given this nickname by some people here  [:yesterday]  :D  :whistle:



 
 Who :D ?

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petegabup81
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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 15:12:35  
 
A lot :d :whistle:

mcgg
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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 15:22:48  
 

krondstadt a écrit :

An american journalist was doing a documentary on the customs of  
 American Indians. After a tour of the reservation,  
 she asked why the difference in the number of feathers in the  
 headdresses...  
 
 :bounce:



 
 Copy-Paste?  :lol:  
 [:mcgg]

krondstadt
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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 15:51:23  
 
why are you asking?
 
 maybe because there are no errors...
 
 ok, I confess, I found the joke on the web a few days ago.
 
 I remembered it, but was too lazy to write it down...
 
 
 shame on me. [:ayou]
 
 
 note : your anti-war style gif is excellent!

mcgg
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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 18:28:48  
 

krondstadt a écrit :

why are you asking?
 
 maybe because there are no errors...
 
 ok, I confess, I found the joke on the web a few days ago.
 
 I remembered it, but was too lazy to write it down...
 
 
 shame on me. [:ayou]
 
 
 note : your anti-war style gif is excellent!



 
 Sorry if I hurt your feelings. I really didn't mean it [:gex]. I asked only because I saw that joke on the net too (may be on the same website?). Anyway, I think it's a good idea to "copy-paste" a joke so that everybody can laugh at it. And, as there is no mistake (or only a few, as usual on the web pages), it can be useful to learn english or american expressions and idiomatic sentences.
 [:mcgg]  
 And just for you...[:mcgg]  [:mcgg]  
 Thanx for your comment. I'm very proud, because I made it myself

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zeod
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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 19:01:19  
 
Hi !!
 i'm back !  
 good evening @ all  :hello:

mcgg
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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 19:21:29  
 

zeod a écrit :

Hi !!
 i'm back !  
 good evening @ all  :hello:



 
 :hello:  
 But it seems everybody else is gone.  :whistle: Bad timing?
 [:mcgg]

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le_belge
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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 19:25:53  
 

petegabup81 a écrit :

A lot :d :whistle:



 
 Give me some names :D

atchoouuummmm
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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 19:55:26  
 
I'm going to sleep....alone...!
 
 
 
 
 
 

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lonf-55
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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 21:15:51  
 
Si my tante en avait,  
 elle s'appelerait, my onkle fada
:cry: :heink:  
 Goude baille  [:ailereve]  

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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 21:29:58  
 
heu...(with british accent) :d

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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 23:44:14  
 
Good Night ! :d

obit
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  1. Posté le 24/09/2004 à 23:46:04  
 
sleep well godfather [:bntlm]  
 
 see you tomorrow :hello:

mcgg
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  1. Posté le 25/09/2004 à 06:14:58  
 

Labbaipierre a écrit :

heu...(with british accent: uh...) :d



 [:mcgg]

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  1. Posté le 25/09/2004 à 06:32:17  
 

mcgg a écrit :

Sorry if I hurt your feelings. I really didn't mean it [:gex]. I asked only because I saw that joke on the net too (may be on the same website?). Anyway, I think it's a good idea to "copy-paste" a joke so that everybody can laugh at it. And, as there is no mistake (or only a few, as usual on the web pages), it can be useful to learn english or american expressions and idiomatic sentences.
 [:mcgg]  
 And just for you...[:mcgg]  [:mcgg]  
 Thanx for your comment. I'm very proud, because I made it myself



 
 no problem concerning my feelings, you're welcome! :)  
 the problem with thi kind of jokes  is that very few people among my friens might understand them... I would have to translate, which is a bit uneasy, and not very funny. :(  
 so anytime I can bring them out of my bag... :bounce:  
 
 
 congratulations for creating this gif!!
 
 :hello:

cafuron
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  1. Posté le 25/09/2004 à 07:13:31  
 
Hello ladies and gentlemen! How are you this morning? Do you have a joke to tell us?  
 We need to laugh a little! :o

mcgg
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  1. Posté le 25/09/2004 à 07:20:54  
 

krondstadt a écrit :

 
 ...
 the problem with this kind of joke is that very few people among my friends might understand them... I would have to translate, which is a bit uneasy, and not very funny. :(  
 so anytime I can bring them out of my bag... :bounce:  
 
 congratulations for creating this gif!!
 
 :hello:



 
 :hello:  
 
 You are so right. And that's why I like untranslatable jokes. The "elite" side of me. :lol:  
 Here is one that anybody can translate to people who can't speak english:
 
 A vampire bat came flapping in from the night, face all covered in fresh blood, and parked himself on the ceiling of the cave to get some sleep. Pretty soon, all the other bats could smell the blood and began hassling him about where he got it. He told them to piss off and let him get some sleep, but they persisted until he finally gave in.  
 "OK, follow me", he said... and flew out of the cave with hundreds of bats behind him.  
 Down through a valley they went, across a river and into a huge forest. Finally he slowed down and all the other bats excitedly milled around him, tongues hanging out for blood.  
 Do you see that big oak tree over there?" he asked.  
 Yes, yes, YEEEES!!" the bats all screamed in a frenzy.  
 Good said the first bat, "because I fuck'n didn't"

 
 [:mcgg]  
 
 Ps: You can use my .gif anytime you want if you like it. You're welcome.

krondstadt
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  1. Posté le 25/09/2004 à 10:32:26  
 
 
 :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  
 
 excellent!!!
 
 
 I love this one :
 
 So these two whales, male and female, are swimming happily through the  
 ocean when they come upon a boat.  On seeing the boat, the male says,  
 "Hey, I've got a great idea!  Let's  swim up under that boat and blow out  
 really hard through our blowholes!"
 
 The female says, "Oh, I don't know..."
 
 "Come on, it'll be fun, come on, just this once!"
 
 The female agrees and they swim up under the boat and blow out, capsizing  
 the boat and sending hapless sailors into the briny blue.  As they are  
 swimming away, the male says, "Wow, that was fun, wasn't it?  Hey!  I've  
 got another idea!  Let's swim back there and eat all the sailors!"
 
 To which the female, exasperated, replies, "Look, I agreed to the blow  
 job, but I'm not swallowing any seamen."
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 note : thx for the gif offer!!!    [:mcgg]

mcgg
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  1. Posté le 25/09/2004 à 10:45:36  
 

krondstadt a écrit :

:lol:  :lol:  :lol:  
 
 excellent!!!
 
 
 I love this one :
 
 ...
 
 



 Love it too :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  
 [:mcgg]

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  1. Posté le 25/09/2004 à 11:15:08  
 
this one is... so british!
 
 
 A WWII soldier, had been on the front lines in Europe for 3 months,
 when he was finally given a week of R&R.  He caught a supply boat to a base
 in southern England, then caught a train to London.  The train was
 extremely crowded and he could not find a seat.
 
 He was dead on his feet and walked the length of the train looking for any
 place to sit down.  Finally, he found a compartment with seats facing each
 other; there was room for 2 people on each seat.  On one side sat a proper
 looking older British lady, with a small dog sitting in the empty seat
 beside her.
 
 "Could I please sit in that seat?" he asked. The lady was insulted: "You
 Yanks are so rude", she said.  "Can't you see my dog is sitting there?"
 
 He walked through the train again and still could not find a seat.  He
 found himself back at the compartment.
 
 "Lady, I love dogs - have a couple back home - so I would be glad to hold
 your dog in my lap, if I can sit down."
 
 The lady replied, "You Yanks are not only rude, you are arrogant." He
 leaned against the wall for a time, but was so tired he finally said:
 "Lady, I've been on the front lines in Europe for three months with not a
 decent rest for all that time; so could I please sit there and hold your
 dog?"
 
 The lady replied "You Yanks are not only rude and arrogant, you are also
 obnoxious."
 
 With that comment, the soldier calmly picked up the dog, threw it out the
 window and sat down.  The lady was speechless.
 
 An older, neatly dressed Englishman sitting across on the other seat spoke
 up, "Young man, I do not know if all you Yanks fit the lady's description
 or not.  But I do know that you Yanks do a lot of things wrong.  You drive
 on the wrong side of the road, you hold your fork in the wrong hand and now
 you have just thrown the wrong bitch out of the window."
 

gianni
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  1. Posté le 25/09/2004 à 15:10:07  
 

krondstadt a écrit :

this one is... so british!
 
 
 A WWII soldier, had been on the front lines in Europe for 3 months,
 when he was finally given a week of R&R.  He caught a supply boat to a base
 in southern England, then caught a train to London.  The train was
 extremely crowded and he could not find a seat.
 
 He was dead on his feet and walked the length of the train looking for any
 place to sit down.  Finally, he found a compartment with seats facing each
 other; there was room for 2 people on each seat.  On one side sat a proper
 looking older British lady, with a small dog sitting in the empty seat
 beside her.
 
 "Could I please sit in that seat?" he asked. The lady was insulted: "You
 Yanks are so rude", she said.  "Can't you see my dog is sitting there?"
 
 He walked through the train again and still could not find a seat.  He
 found himself back at the compartment.
 
 "Lady, I love dogs - have a couple back home - so I would be glad to hold
 your dog in my lap, if I can sit down."
 
 The lady replied, "You Yanks are not only rude, you are arrogant." He
 leaned against the wall for a time, but was so tired he finally said:
 "Lady, I've been on the front lines in Europe for three months with not a
 decent rest for all that time; so could I please sit there and hold your
 dog?"
 
 The lady replied "You Yanks are not only rude and arrogant, you are also
 obnoxious."
 
 With that comment, the soldier calmly picked up the dog, threw it out the
 window and sat down.  The lady was speechless.
 
 An older, neatly dressed Englishman sitting across on the other seat spoke
 up, "Young man, I do not know if all you Yanks fit the lady's description
 or not.  But I do know that you Yanks do a lot of things wrong.  You drive
 on the wrong side of the road, you hold your fork in the wrong hand and now
 you have just thrown the wrong bitch out of the window."



 
 
 
 
 
 
 http://monsite.wanadoo.fr/cbap​t-89/images/2-picture8.gif

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lonf-55
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  1. Posté le 26/09/2004 à 11:30:53  
 



Si my tante en avait,  
 elle s'appelerait, my onkle fada    
 Goude baille



 
 En fait je fais le mariolle  :pt1cable:  
 mais le fait de ne rien comprendre à l'anglais
 m'endicape fortement, surtout sur le PC ou il
 est vrai l'anglais est très usité  :heink:  
 
 Mais il vrai que dans mon age scolaire, j'ai passé
 plus de temps à testé l'éfficacité des radiateurs
 en fond de classe, et à faire chier ceux qui bossaient
 qui pour moi étaient des connards et des fayots.
 et en plus je ne suis même pas devenu plombier.
 ( T'as qu'à voir  :ange:  )
 
 En fait, j'était le prototype même du petit con réfractaire;
 Bien que certain profs me trouvaient tout de même attachant.
 C'est vrai que quand je voyait qu'ils allaient m'allumer,  
 je trouvais toujour  :sweat: toujours : a toujours y'a  
 toujours un S  :p  :ange: une attiduse qui les faisaient craquer
 et donc pardonner  :ange:  
 
 Toujours est t'il qu'aujourd'hui, je vais prendre des cours
 d'anglais. Je suis très motivé, bien que ce ne soit pas ma  
 langue préférée  :)  
 
 Mais il est vrai qu'avec celle-ci, on s'en sort partout,
 Alors me voulant quelqu'un d'ouvert, il me faut m'y mettre !
 
 Bises à toutes et tous  [:arev]  ;)  
 
 

gianni
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  1. Posté le 26/09/2004 à 12:07:49  
 
:hello:  LOnf 55
 
 
 Il y a d'excellents logiciels sur le marché pour apprendre l'anglais.
 
 Ils t'aideront notamment pour la prononciation.
 
 
 Courage
 
 
 And good luck
 
 
 [:aleane]

mcgg
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  1. Posté le 26/09/2004 à 13:24:17  
 

gianni a écrit :

:hello:  LOnf 55
 
 
 Il y a d'excellents logiciels sur le marché pour apprendre l'anglais.
 
 Ils t'aideront notamment pour la pronciation.
 
 
 Courage
 
 
 And good luck
 
 
 [:aleane]



 
 And we can help you too (Et nous pouvons t'aider aussi)  [:gex]  
 
 [:mcgg]  
 
 Ps:  
 Anyway, LOnf 55, you have, at least, something in common with the English: a good sens of humour.
 En tous cas, LOnf 55, tu as au moins une chose en commun avec les Anglais: un solide sens de l'humour.  
 :D

cafuron
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  1. Posté le 26/09/2004 à 14:24:48  
 
Welcome lonf 55 :D help yourself [:nonono]

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