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    Five words 01 - "We can all english, or?"

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    Hallo, liebe LEOniden,

    Achtung, jetzt wird's grausig - hoffentlich! ;-)

    Wir dichten uns eine "denglische" Geschichte nach dem Grundprinzip des "Fünf Wörter"-Fadens - aber:

    Die einzelnen Wörter (also fünf pro Beitrag) sollen bitte erkennbar korrektes Englisch sein, alles Andere hingegen deutsch ...

    Gefragt bzw. erwünscht sind also möglichst viele, möglichst haarsträubende (aber eben auch typische) Fehler aus englischer Perspektive - falsche Freunde, falsche Zeitformen, falsche Präpositionen etc.

    Ich wünsche Euch viel Vergnügen und mache mal den Anfang - also, friends, I make the beginning of the story:


    Yesterday I have gone in ...



    AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 02 Sep 14, 21:17
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    the actual film turned by
    #1AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 02 Sep 14, 22:17
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    the old and well respected


    Da bin ich ja mal gespannt, Woody !
    :-)
    #2Authorno me bré (700807) 02 Sep 14, 22:32
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    Novel Polanski, an earlier actor

    Dictionary: novel
    #3Authorreverend (314585) 02 Sep 14, 22:52
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    , who died on cancer but
    #4AuthorMiss Anthropy (700297) 02 Sep 14, 22:59
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    finished the turn works before.
    #5Authorreverend (314585) 03 Sep 14, 01:21
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    Fresh popcorn in the hand,

    Danke, Woody - gute Idee, ich bin auch gespannt. :-)
    #6Authorlisalou (923535) 03 Sep 14, 04:33
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    I sitted in my cinemastool.

    (Schlage vor, dass wir keine derartigen Schachtelsätze machen wie im 5WF, da man sich hier ohnehin so konzentrieren muss...)
    #7AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 03 Sep 14, 04:52
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    I was boring waiting for
    #8AuthorMiss Anthropy (700297) 03 Sep 14, 07:34
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    that the film begins and


    (@7: Einverstanden ...)
    #9AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 03 Sep 14, 08:30
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    scratched my yucking head. My
    #10AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 03 Sep 14, 08:53
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    friend, where also english can,


    @10: Hihi - "yucking" ... klasse! :-P
    #11AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 03 Sep 14, 08:56
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    tried to explain me something
    #12Authorwhirlwind (869480) 03 Sep 14, 09:00
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    ... - I naturally shout at him: "
    #13AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 03 Sep 14, 09:15
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    I understand only train station
    #14AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 03 Sep 14, 09:23
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    ! Hold the flap!" He meant:
    #15AuthorSlartibladfarst (879323) 03 Sep 14, 09:25
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    "I break together, it is...
    #16AuthorCaretta Caretta (804105) 03 Sep 14, 09:54
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    unbelievable, I can not more!"
    #17AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 03 Sep 14, 10:14
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    "Ah, you can me crosswise!"
    #18Authoreastworld (238866) 03 Sep 14, 10:25
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    Eventually he was still and

    Ich bin für Schachtelsätze!
    #19AuthorMiss Anthropy (700297) 03 Sep 14, 10:36
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    went because he had hunger.


    @19: Bitte, tu Dir keinen Zwang an - jedem Tierchen sein Pläsierchen :-)
    #20AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 03 Sep 14, 10:48
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    Sufferer gave it not enoughing

    Edit: enough (korrekteres Englisch...)
    #21Authorzirp_ (703877) 03 Sep 14, 10:53
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    to eat to buy, therefore


    "sufferer" ist gut, hähä ... *grins*
    #22AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 03 Sep 14, 11:45
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    he went back to his
    #23Authorno me bré (700807) 03 Sep 14, 12:12
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    mother and ate to evening.
    #24AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 03 Sep 14, 12:15
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    Mama was also sooo cross!
    #25AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 03 Sep 14, 12:19
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    She had the nose full
    #26AuthorMiss Anthropy (700297) 03 Sep 14, 13:19
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    and showed me the stinking
    #27Authorharambee (91833) 03 Sep 14, 13:31
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    finger middle in my face.
    #28Authoreastworld (238866) 03 Sep 14, 13:49
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    I mean you were greater!
    #29Authortraveler in time (757476) 03 Sep 14, 13:52
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    After several time she declamped
    #30Authorharambee (91833) 03 Sep 14, 14:04
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    herself more agreed masses and
    #31Authorzirp_ (703877) 03 Sep 14, 14:28
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    OT: Bei more agreed masses habe ich gerade ein Brett vorm Kopf. Was soll das heißen?
    #32Authorharambee (91833) 03 Sep 14, 14:36
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    Ist das nun erkennbar korrektes Englisch? Ich dachte, wir sollen hier "typische" Fehler machen und keinen 6-Gang-Faden daraus basteln.
    *nicht weitermachen kann weil nix versteh*
    :-/
    #33AuthorMiss Anthropy (700297) 03 Sep 14, 14:37
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    einigermassen (einiger massen)
    Ist das etwa nicht erkennbar? Kann denn hier niemand Englisch?

    Edit: OK, I take me together. Now I write only real english, how it stands in the book.
    #34Authorzirp_ (703877) 03 Sep 14, 14:47
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    brushed the hairs out of

    Außerdem heißt "einiger" "unifier" und nicht "agreed". Steht so in LEO. ;-P
    #35AuthorMiss Anthropy (700297) 03 Sep 14, 15:35
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    her sons face. Than she
    #36AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 03 Sep 14, 16:29
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    grinned from one ear to
    #37Authorharambee (91833) 03 Sep 14, 16:35
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    another, pulled something out of
    #38AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 03 Sep 14, 16:36
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    her handbag (her handy) and
    #39Authoreastworld (238866) 03 Sep 14, 16:40
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    her carry bag and asked:

    eastworld war schneller, also eine andere Fortsetzung:

    chose the number of her
    #40Authorharambee (91833) 03 Sep 14, 16:40
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    man. Her man works in
    #41AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 03 Sep 14, 17:06
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    doctor to make a date

    Miss A., 'agreed' heisst 'einig', 'einiger' heisst 'more agreed'. Ätsch, jetzt hast Du. ;)

    Edit: zu langsam.

    Edit 2: a bureau as a chief.
    #42Authorzirp_ (703877) 03 Sep 14, 17:08
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    *groan!* :-)

    He is chief from five
    #43AuthorMiss Anthropy (700297) 03 Sep 14, 17:14
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    colleges. He does not like
    #44AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 03 Sep 14, 17:16
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    if his woman calls him
    #45Authorharambee (91833) 03 Sep 14, 17:19
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    I think it should read colleagues instead of colleges according to the rules...

    (hmpf) two of his hireds but


    Edit: in the bureau during he
    #46Authorreverend (314585) 03 Sep 14, 17:19
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    ;-) : rails on his hireds. But
    #47Authorharambee (91833) 03 Sep 14, 17:23
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    his fabric runs whole good,
    #48Authorskeppie (523787) 03 Sep 14, 17:25
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    when one sees off of
    #49Authorzirp_ (703877) 03 Sep 14, 17:30
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    the prize. Their metabolic rate
    #50Authorreverend (314585) 03 Sep 14, 17:32
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    had itself fourfolded since two
    #51Authorharambee (91833) 03 Sep 14, 17:34
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    years, during the win was
    #52Authorskeppie (523787) 03 Sep 14, 17:36
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    even much more high. Yoohooo!
    #53AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 03 Sep 14, 17:36
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    elusively neap, notwithstanding new brainchildren

    ey, hattest Du nicht gerade gepasst? Ich ziehe das hier zurück. Grummel.
    #54Authorreverend (314585) 03 Sep 14, 17:41
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    But then the helm check
    #55Authorskeppie (523787) 03 Sep 14, 17:46
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    in the latest early year:
    #56Authorzirp_ (703877) 03 Sep 14, 17:49
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    It came on the light,
    #57Authorskeppie (523787) 03 Sep 14, 17:58
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    that it was celebration evening.

    (offensichtlich ...)
    #58Authorskeppie (523787) 03 Sep 14, 18:16
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    Something he forgot every year
    #59Authorno me bré (700807) 03 Sep 14, 18:54
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    was the top line rudders.
    #60Authorreverend (314585) 03 Sep 14, 19:10
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    Numbers were never his starch.
    #61Authorzirp_ (703877) 03 Sep 14, 19:40
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    But sentiences how in flicks

    erm, sympathy problems, anyone?
    #62Authorreverend (314585) 03 Sep 14, 19:58
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    came by him always again

    If that's okay? 'To him' maybe? Not sure I understand exactly how this is different from 6g.
    #63Authorhm -- us (236141) 03 Sep 14, 21:10
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    and again and again and
    #64Authorno me bré (700807) 03 Sep 14, 22:12
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    again - what was the topic?
    #65AuthorLucy_E (244785) 03 Sep 14, 22:15
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    ... up, whenever he thought on

    Sorry, I guess that wasn't right if no one could follow it. \-:

    I thought the topic was Dictionary: sentiences how in Dictionary: flicks .
    #66Authorhm -- us (236141) 03 Sep 14, 22:24
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    No one looks more through.
    #67Authorskeppie (523787) 03 Sep 14, 22:30
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    I believe I spider, people!
    #68AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 03 Sep 14, 23:59
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    Lets begin from the beginning.
    #69AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 04 Sep 14, 08:16
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    Okay, when I have breakfasted.
    #70AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 04 Sep 14, 10:37
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    I breakfasted finish now. Let's
    #71Authortraveler in time (757476) 04 Sep 14, 11:13
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    drive forth with the story
    #72Authorplidsi (967308) 04 Sep 14, 11:18
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    and think after, what we
    #73AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 04 Sep 14, 11:30
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    can put into it. But
    #74AuthorLucy_E (244785) 04 Sep 14, 11:31
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    we must make slow, because
    #75AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 04 Sep 14, 11:48
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    we can not write so
    #76Authortraveler in time (757476) 04 Sep 14, 12:08
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    quick that other people have
    #77AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 04 Sep 14, 12:13
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    no chance to press the
    #78Authortraveler in time (757476) 04 Sep 14, 12:17
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    sending knob, and then goes
    #79Authorskeppie (523787) 04 Sep 14, 13:37
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    it into the trousers. Also
    #80AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 04 Sep 14, 14:52
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    it is very heavy for
    #81Authortraveler in time (757476) 04 Sep 14, 15:02
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    all to read so quick
    #82AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 04 Sep 14, 15:13
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    So, believe before you write.
    #83Authortraveler in time (757476) 04 Sep 14, 15:17
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    What is with our cinemaman??
    #84AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 04 Sep 14, 15:19
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    Our cinemaman got catched while
    #85AuthorMiss Anthropy (700297) 04 Sep 14, 15:25
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    he had burned through with
    #86AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 04 Sep 14, 15:37
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    womans sitting next to him.
    #87AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 04 Sep 14, 15:38
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    And had stolen them money!
    #88AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 04 Sep 14, 16:00
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    But why didnt the womans
    #89AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 04 Sep 14, 16:09
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    kicked him in his eggs?
    #90Authortraveler in time (757476) 04 Sep 14, 16:16
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    Outdoor, two peoples wearing scarfs
    #91Authoreastworld (238866) 04 Sep 14, 16:18
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    went before the window by
    #92AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 04 Sep 14, 16:18
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    and talked over the bad
    #93AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 04 Sep 14, 17:51
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    whether - heavy rain and so!
    #94AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 04 Sep 14, 18:01
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    "So a shit weather have we
    #95AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 04 Sep 14, 18:08
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    (Always again dismayed flurries the)
    edit: too late.

    not had since the year
    #96Authorreverend (314585) 04 Sep 14, 18:08
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    OT

    Could someone please explain to me what I said that was wrong and ruined the story? I'm sorry for whatever it was; I was trying to do the right thing.

    At least that story had a character, if not a plot.
    #97Authorhm -- us (236141) 04 Sep 14, 18:17
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    Vorschlag: alle "OTs", Nachfragen und Erklärungen bitte in Kursivschrift, auch zurückgezogene Vorschläge, soweit sie noch editierbar sind. Das hält den Faden einigermaßen leserlich. Nicht kursiv ist dann also nur die fortlaufende Geschichte.

    @hm--us: ich kann keinen Fehler auf Deiner Seite erkennen. Schwierig an diesem Projekt ist ja sowieso, aus einer Wort-für-Wort-Rückübersetzung ins Deutsche überhaupt zu erkennen, was eigentlich gemeint war. Das ist mir auch nicht bei allen Beiträgen gelungen.

    Einen aktuellen Plot kann ich auch nicht erkennen, aber das ist auch im deutschen Fünf-Wörter-Faden oft so, weswegen er mich eher langweilt. Hier dagegen ist das absichtliche Falschschreiben wenigstens noch eine kreative Aufgabe und eine ausgeprägte Hirngymnastik für alle Mitlesenden oder -wirkenden.
    #98Authorreverend (314585) 04 Sep 14, 18:25
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    Woody - OP - bring doch mal Klärung rein. Ist wirklich voll "6-gear" gemeint, wie hm-us in #36 fragte?
    related discussion: disgusting 6-gear menu - sechsgängiges Degus...
    #99AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 04 Sep 14, 18:30
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    2525 when Peter was alife.

    hm--us, ich denke nicht, dass Du die Geschichte zum Absturz gebracht hast. Der Eindruck hatte sich bei einigen schon vorher verfestigt.
    So richtig klar ist mir auch nicht, wie die Regeln lauten. Deshalb stimme ich dem Wunsch der Braunbärin zu, dass Woody die Regeln erläutern soll. Braunbärin meinte sicherlich #63.
    #100Authorharambee (91833) 04 Sep 14, 18:35
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    Okay, thank you. Sorry for the interruption.
    #101Authorhm -- us (236141) 04 Sep 14, 18:42
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    2525? Alife - so wie sanguine?
    #102Authorreverend (314585) 04 Sep 14, 18:46
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    Alife - so wie sanguine?
    Ja, aber sanguine wäre die völlig falsche Sprachebene gewesen. Da war meine Wahl deutlich passender, wie ich neidlos zugestehen muss. Und jetzt bitte eine Fortsetzung, die dazu beiträgt, Peters Entwicklung seit 2525 besser zu verstehen! ;-)
    #103Authorharambee (91833) 04 Sep 14, 18:54
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    In the look-back on
    #104Authorreverend (314585) 04 Sep 14, 18:57
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    the year-hundreds since than
    #105Authorharambee (91833) 04 Sep 14, 18:58
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    the reminder of Peter dwarfed
    #106Authorreverend (314585) 04 Sep 14, 19:06
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    despite his big breadwinnings for

    Ich habe gerade von LEO gelernt, dass Verdienst auch desert heißen kann. In welchem Zusammenhang nutzt man das denn?
    #107Authorharambee (91833) 04 Sep 14, 19:11
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    the maintenance of African tuskers.

    desert? Keine Ahnung. Sonst jemand?
    #108Authorreverend (314585) 04 Sep 14, 19:23
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    That beer sort (Tusker) has

    Kein Scherz, Tusker ist wirklich ein gut trinkbares Bier.
    #109Authorharambee (91833) 04 Sep 14, 19:27
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    Is there a penalty for six words? (#95) ;-)

    Ich versteh die Regeln so, dass man so schreiben soll, wie Otto Normaldeutscher Englisch reden würde, mit typischen Fehlern, falschen Zeitformen usw. Es soll keine 1-zu-1 Rückübersetzung aus dem Deutschen, keine Babelfishübersetzung, kein 6-Gang-Faden sein. Schau mal, was Woody dazu meint...

    And now, on with the story...


    no tusks, rather lots of
    #110AuthorMiss Anthropy (700297) 04 Sep 14, 20:14
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    african fan's and european fan's.

    *gg*
    #111AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 04 Sep 14, 21:30
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    *mitgrin's*

    Heißt es eigentlich "die Brötchens" oder "die Brötchen's"?
    #112Authorreverend (314585) 04 Sep 14, 21:48
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    "Where are we now ?" asked


    Äääh, woooo ist die Story abgeblieben ?  *ansonstenauchmitgrins* :-)
    #113Authorno me bré (700807) 04 Sep 14, 22:36
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    Alfie. "I would rather say..."

    mit typischen Fehlern, falschen Zeitformen usw.
    #114AuthorSD3 (451227) 04 Sep 14, 23:38
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    ... we stand in the forest!"
    #115Authorlisalou (923535) 05 Sep 14, 04:26
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    I see the forest not, ...
    #116Authortraveler in time (757476) 05 Sep 14, 08:20
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    Also, Leute - es scheint ja manchen nicht so ganz klar zu sein, wie das hier gedacht ist ...

    Die einzige "Regel", die ich vorgeben möchte, ist die, dass man möglichst noch erkennen sollte, was (auf Deutsch) gemeint ist - ansonsten gilt: je abstruser, desto besser.

    (Ursprünglich schrieb ich ja, es sollten möglichst "korrekte englische Wörter" verwendet werden - aber solche Sachen wie die "nine times clever oversetters" aus dem Six-Gear-Thread sind einfach zu schön ...)

    Also - einfach munter weiter, wie es Euch Freude macht - aber man sollte halt nicht um zu viele Ecken denken müssen ;-)

    Euer
    #117AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 09:10
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    before louder trees, but there
    #118Authorplidsi (967308) 05 Sep 14, 09:12
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    Die Schwierigkeit liegt doch darin, dass Denglisch automatisch ins 6-gear kippt. Wenn ich "er ist hier der Oberhirsch" wörtlich ins Denglische übersetze, geht das fast nicht, ohne daraus 6-gear zu machen.

    Vielleicht sollten wir uns einfach etwas mehr um den roten Faden in der Geschichte bemühen und etwas weniger Feler einbauen?

    Kurze Synopsis:
    (bitte korrigiert, falls etwas falsch ist)
    Nach seinen Erlebnissen im Kino geht der Erzähler zu seiner Mutter zum Abendessen, wo wir etwas über die schwierige ökonomische Situation des Vaters erfahren. Bei einer Steuerprüfung kommt heraus, dass der Erzähler Geld gestohlen hat und mit mehreren Frauen durchgebrannt ist. Momentan steht der Erzähler (Peter) mit seinem Kumpel Alfie im tiefen Wald.



    before sheer trees. But lets
    Edit: weiter bei #118 ;)
    #119Authorzirp_ (703877) 05 Sep 14, 09:14
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    Stimme der #119 grundsätzlich zu und finde die #118 sehr schön - so hätte ich das auch formuliert :-)

    Wie gesagt - die Hauptsache ist, dass das Ganze Spaß macht und der "Sinn" jedes einzelnen Beitrags noch erkennbar bleibt ...



    Also - weiter mit #118:

    ... before louder trees, but there ...

    it gives popcorn - I buy
    #120AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 09:20
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    a bottle of this and

    Oder war das ne Flasche Pommes???
    #121Authortraveler in time (757476) 05 Sep 14, 10:09
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    go again in the cinema
    #122AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 10:13
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    to see, how the film
    #123Authorzirp_ (703877) 05 Sep 14, 10:39
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    goes further. Come you with?
    #124AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 10:40
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    Peter and Alfie go back ...
    #125Authortraveler in time (757476) 05 Sep 14, 11:33
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    Energischer Protest gegen die Zusammenfassung in #119, denn da fehlt so einiges und Peter kann kaum der Erzähler sein. Er war 2525 - als es das letzte vergleichbare Unwetter gegeben hat - noch am Leben und hat danach viel für den Erhalt der Biermarke Tusker getan, aber in dieser schnelllebigen Zeit ist die Erinnerung an ihn doch sehr verblasst. Was Mutter und Sohn mit Peter zu tun haben und wie sie dafür sorgen werden, dass er den verdienten Platz in den Geschichtsbüchern bekommt, muss meiner Ansicht nach der Fortgang der Geschichte zeigen. Kann natürlich auch sein, dass ihnen Peter völlig egal ist.
    #126Authorharambee (91833) 05 Sep 14, 11:39
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    Aber... aber... Peter ist nicht der Erzähler?
    #127Authorzirp_ (703877) 05 Sep 14, 11:47
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    because they must make homework
    #128AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 11:49
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    There teacher had been asking

    Von mir aus heißt der Erzähler auch Peter ;-)
    #129Authorharambee (91833) 05 Sep 14, 11:52
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    why they have not had


    Ist doch völlig wurscht, wie der Erzähler heißt ;-)

    ... aber achtet bitte möglichst auch auf die Zeichensetzung - nach meinem letzten Beitrag stand kein Punkt.
    #130AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 11:58
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    given in the craved report

    Da mir sonst alles perfekt erschien ;-), hatte ich angenommen, der fehlende Punkt war der Fehler, Woody.
    #131Authorharambee (91833) 05 Sep 14, 12:07
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    "You stay sitting", said he


    Okay - dann denk ich mir halt auch mal einen Punkt dazu ...

    ;-)
    #132AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 12:55
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    , "and will not be reset!"
    #133Authorlisalou (923535) 05 Sep 14, 12:59
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    He drove with his bike
    #134Authoreastworld (238866) 05 Sep 14, 13:44
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    to the forest back. Then
    #135AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 05 Sep 14, 13:45
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    he sitted himself in the
    #136AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 13:52
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    shaddow ones old oak and
    #137AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 05 Sep 14, 13:54
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    thunk deeply about the meaning
    #138Authorlisalou (923535) 05 Sep 14, 13:56
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    of Tusker. Then he taked
    #139AuthorMiss Anthropy (700297) 05 Sep 14, 13:57
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    himself a cigarette out the
    #140AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 13:59
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    a pen out his bag,
    #141AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 05 Sep 14, 13:59
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    a book out from his
    Ich war zu langsam.
    #142Authorharambee (91833) 05 Sep 14, 13:59
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    pocket and thinked even more

    (nach #140)
    #143Authorharambee (91833) 05 Sep 14, 14:02
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    ... "They can me all once!"
    #144AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 14:07
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    He spitted on the floor.
    #145AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 05 Sep 14, 14:08
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    But they did'nt and theirfore
    #146Authorharambee (91833) 05 Sep 14, 14:09
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    he sinked into a deep
    #147Authorlisalou (923535) 05 Sep 14, 14:09
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    deep Depression. Why was everyone
    #148AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 05 Sep 14, 14:13
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    against him? He was a
    #149Authortraveler in time (757476) 05 Sep 14, 14:14
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    derivative of the famous Peter,
    #150Authorharambee (91833) 05 Sep 14, 14:15
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    --
    #151AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 05 Sep 14, 14:15
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    who was also a thickhead


    @151: ?
    #152AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 14:19
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    who had done his way.
    #153Authorharambee (91833) 05 Sep 14, 14:20
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    Then he thinked after, why
    #154AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 14:24
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    his own live was not
    #155Authorharambee (91833) 05 Sep 14, 14:26
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    the yellow of the egg
    #156AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 14:27
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    . I must change some thing,
    #157Authorharambee (91833) 05 Sep 14, 14:30
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    or I'm at the ass.
    #158AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 14:32
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    Said. Done. The change did
    #159Authorharambee (91833) 05 Sep 14, 14:35
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    him good, also was it
    #160AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 14:44
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    a large surprise for his
    #161Authorharambee (91833) 05 Sep 14, 15:21
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    schoolers as he came in
    #162AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 15:23
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    with a Tusker crate and
    #163Authorharambee (91833) 05 Sep 14, 15:33
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    glass in the class back.
    #164AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 05 Sep 14, 15:35
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    "Look there," said he and
    #165Authorharambee (91833) 05 Sep 14, 15:37
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    must a bit laugh, because
    #166AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 05 Sep 14, 15:40
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    he saw two single-egged twins
    #167Authoreastworld (238866) 05 Sep 14, 16:46
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    with short, careered hoses and
    #168AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 05 Sep 14, 17:15
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    hose-bearers. The twins looked themselves
    #169AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 05 Sep 14, 17:17
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    on and musted laugh too.
    #170AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 18:43
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    He gave to them a
    #171AuthorMiss Anthropy (700297) 05 Sep 14, 20:34
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    bad note and sayed that
    #172AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 20:46
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    they must learn how to

    Woody, you forgot the comma after "sayed". ;-)
    #173AuthorMiss Anthropy (700297) 05 Sep 14, 21:03
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    betake themselves better so that
    #174AuthorLucy_E (244785) 05 Sep 14, 21:05
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    nobody laughs them out. The
    #175AuthorMiss Anthropy (700297) 05 Sep 14, 21:59
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    twins sayed: "But Mister Teacher,


    Well, Miss A., I think you forgot one yourself after "better" - so I guess we're even :-P
    #176AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 22:21
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    our hose-bearers are to lose!

    But I'm not Lucy! ;-)
    #177AuthorMiss Anthropy (700297) 05 Sep 14, 22:51
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    Now the teacher became sour


    Okay - sorry, Miss A. ... but you did indeed forget a comma, too, after "learn" ;-)
    #178AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 23:06
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    and wanted to hold them
    #179Authorno me bré (700807) 05 Sep 14, 23:38
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    a curtain-sermon while they so
    #180AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 05 Sep 14, 23:45
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    terrible twins are! But, now
    #181AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 06 Sep 14, 00:22
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    was them all whole equal
    #182AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 06 Sep 14, 00:31
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    and they went out to
    #183Authorno me bré (700807) 06 Sep 14, 18:51
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    run amok. That evening they
    #184AuthorMiss Anthropy (700297) 06 Sep 14, 23:15
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    pulled around the houses and
    #185Authorno me bré (700807) 06 Sep 14, 23:29
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    didn't stop, until the police
    #186AuthorMiss Anthropy (700297) 06 Sep 14, 23:42
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    unexpectedly appeared on the plan
    #187Authorno me bré (700807) 06 Sep 14, 23:50
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    and pulled them the hosebottom
    #188AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 07 Sep 14, 08:36
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    long. Evil thing, that! Why
    #189AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 07 Sep 14, 08:51
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    must the bulls always straight


    Vielleicht möchte hier jemand mit "dive up" weitermachen? ;-)

    Neue "Hilfsregel":
    Wer eine bestimmte Formulierung im Sinn hat, für die 5 Wörter nicht ausreichen, kann im Kursiv-Kommentar Hinweise geben, wie es weitergehen sollte/könnte ...
    (Natürlich muss sich da niemand zwingend dran halten - man kann jederzeit auch einen anderen "passenden" Anschluss finden.)
    #190AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 07 Sep 14, 09:20
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    in the unfittingest moment updive.
    #191Authorskeppie (523787) 07 Sep 14, 10:45
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    In any case Peter was
    #192AuthorMiss Anthropy (700297) 07 Sep 14, 12:00
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    unguilty at the whole thing
    #193AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 07 Sep 14, 21:38
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    and saw not in, why

    Woody, vor einiger Zeit hatte Braunbärin im Fünf-Wörter-Faden mal "laut" nachgedacht, ob vielleicht sieben Wörter sinnvoll wären. Vielleicht wäre das gerade hier keine schlechte Idee, weil Englisch keine zusammengesetzten Wörter hat und es daher noch schwieriger ist, in fünf Wörtern überhaupt einen Gedanken auszudrücken. Vielleicht eine Möglichkeit?
    #194Authorlisalou (923535) 08 Sep 14, 02:04
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    @194:

    Von mir aus dürfen die Beiträge ab jetzt auch gerne bis zu 7 Wörter lang sein, wenn's hilft
    ;-)
    #195AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 08 Sep 14, 08:33
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    he should spoon out the soup,
    #196AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 08 Sep 14, 10:34
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    that he not had himself chunked in.
    #197Authoreastworld (238866) 08 Sep 14, 12:27
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    Peter thought a bit after, and decided,
    #198AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 08 Sep 14, 13:38
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    they could slide him down the back
    #199AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 08 Sep 14, 13:52
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    and went again away in the forest.
    #200AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 08 Sep 14, 14:12
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    In the betweentime had the twins
    #201AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 08 Sep 14, 14:42
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    also a bit after thought, and followed
    #202AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 08 Sep 14, 14:54
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    a advise from mommy, namely,
    #203AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 08 Sep 14, 16:42
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    "how one it in the forest calls,
    #204AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 08 Sep 14, 16:45
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    so shall it out." Yes, indeed,
    #205AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 08 Sep 14, 16:46
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    one called in and the other called
    #206Authorno me bré (700807) 08 Sep 14, 17:47
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    out, but who others a pit digs,
    #207Authorskeppie (523787) 08 Sep 14, 21:03
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    falls naturally himself in. Also made they
    #208AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 08 Sep 14, 21:32
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    a big bow around shovels and went
    #209AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 09 Sep 14, 11:52
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    someone else on the alarm clock.
    #210AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 09 Sep 14, 14:17
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    They had but not therewith calculated, that
    #211AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 09 Sep 14, 15:00
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    the teacher always still sour was and
    #212AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 09 Sep 14, 15:05
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    not five straight be let wanted.
    #213AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 09 Sep 14, 15:20
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    He made them the hell hot, and
    #214Authorskeppie (523787) 09 Sep 14, 15:29
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    tore them the ears long. Completely exausted
    #215AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 09 Sep 14, 15:39
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    he hit himself a little on the
    #216Authorskeppie (523787) 09 Sep 14, 15:55
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    ear and laughed himself in the fisty.
    #217AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 09 Sep 14, 16:05
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    Man-oh-man, what was that for a day been!
    #218AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 09 Sep 14, 16:42
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    No work, only built buck droppings!
    #219AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 09 Sep 14, 17:09
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    Equal! Now go I my aunt visit.
    #220AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 09 Sep 14, 17:16
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    I look with her television each evening.
    #221AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 09 Sep 14, 17:48
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    First pull we us the messages in, and
    #222Authorskeppie (523787) 09 Sep 14, 18:22
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    then is the Crimescene announced.
    #223AuthorJanZ (805098) 09 Sep 14, 18:48
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    But Auntie is too sensible for crimes.
    #224AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 09 Sep 14, 19:11
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    Also look we dearer an animal report.
    #225AuthorJanZ (805098) 09 Sep 14, 19:12
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    "Today evening comes a sending over nosehorns"
    #226Authorskeppie (523787) 09 Sep 14, 19:20
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    "Hey, nosehorns are full horny!"
    #227AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 09 Sep 14, 21:34
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    Least Heinz Schliemann wispers not like Attenborough.
    #228AuthorThe Real ME (GB) (369909) 10 Sep 14, 10:09
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    But what to the vulture has the
    #229AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 10 Sep 14, 10:43
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    detector of Troy there to seek?
    #230Authorskeppie (523787) 10 Sep 14, 11:12
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    The writer had a memory like a colander..... does her suffer
    #231AuthorThe Real ME (GB) (369909) 10 Sep 14, 11:25
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    "Man, this is shit longwhily!
    #232AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 10 Sep 14, 12:00
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    Make we yet what others, how were's?
    #233Authorskeppie (523787) 10 Sep 14, 12:05
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    But auntie was already in-slept and answered not.

    (in-slept: das klingt holländisch!)
    #234AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 10 Sep 14, 12:12
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    "I hold it here no longer out,
    #235AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 10 Sep 14, 13:05
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    me falls the blanket on the head!"
    #236Authorskeppie (523787) 10 Sep 14, 13:22
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    He made himself out of the dust
    #237AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 10 Sep 14, 13:33
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    and scraped the curb before he finitely
    #238Authorno me bré (700807) 10 Sep 14, 13:39
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    to his friend George went, and him
    #239AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 10 Sep 14, 14:18
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    asked, if he in the nightclub wanted.
    #240AuthorJanZ (805098) 10 Sep 14, 14:21
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    George was equal fire and flame,
    #241Authorskeppie (523787) 10 Sep 14, 14:25
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    and said: "Whereup you can let one!"
    #242AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 10 Sep 14, 14:26
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    And so vomited they together up.
    #243Authorskeppie (523787) 10 Sep 14, 14:54
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    In the first bar gave it a
    #244AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 10 Sep 14, 15:23
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    woman, that on the table danced.
    #245AuthorJanZ (805098) 10 Sep 14, 15:28
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    George began, her plumply on to make.
    #246AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 10 Sep 14, 15:32
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    That found she not so good,
    #247AuthorJanZ (805098) 10 Sep 14, 15:36
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    sprang from the table and gave him an ear-fig.
    #248AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 10 Sep 14, 15:37
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    George held himself the cheek
    #249AuthorJanZ (805098) 10 Sep 14, 15:41
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    He laughed over George. George went red.

    mit 7 ist es einfacher
    #250Authortraveler in time (757476) 10 Sep 14, 15:43
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    "Nothing for ungood", said he awkward touched.
    #251Authorskeppie (523787) 10 Sep 14, 15:54
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    The both friends went to the next bar.
    #252AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 10 Sep 14, 15:55
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    It was a twilighty shed with louder
    #253AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 10 Sep 14, 16:06
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    strange types. And extreme loud music.
    #254AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 10 Sep 14, 16:09
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    They musted themselves even the ears tohold.
    #255AuthorJanZ (805098) 10 Sep 14, 16:15
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    "What is this for a shit shop?
    #256AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 10 Sep 14, 16:35
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    said George 'a right juice store'
    #257AuthorThe Real ME (GB) (369909) 10 Sep 14, 16:42
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    Let us up hit." said George and
    #258AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 10 Sep 14, 16:43
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    snapped himself very stressed his jacket.
    #259AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 10 Sep 14, 16:59
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    Meanwhile had Peter but thrown an eye
    #260AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 10 Sep 14, 17:12
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    on the meal card. 'A hunter schnitzel
    #261AuthorThe Real ME (GB) (369909) 10 Sep 14, 17:28
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    with champions! That I take."
    #262AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 10 Sep 14, 18:04
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    'hunter is all' said the innkeeper.
    #263AuthorThe Real ME (GB) (369909) 10 Sep 14, 18:29
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    "It gives only spongies in butter swinged."

    (Schwammerl = Pilze)
    #264AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 10 Sep 14, 18:41
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    He added "and some bent-berry salad."
    #265Authorno me bré (700807) 10 Sep 14, 19:05
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    'this becomes yes always worse' shouted Peter.
    #266AuthorThe Real ME (GB) (369909) 10 Sep 14, 22:58
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    Man, only five words take!
    #267AuthorWolfman (236211) 10 Sep 14, 23:19
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    I read a book over Canada
    #268AuthorOmshanti (727576) 11 Sep 14, 02:46
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    I read a book over Canada
    #269AuthorOmshanti (727576) 11 Sep 14, 02:47
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    The sleeping room is comfortable.
    #270AuthorOmshanti (727576) 11 Sep 14, 02:48
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    Psst, Omshanti, wir schreiben hier eine zusammenhängende Geschichte, auch wenn es oft nicht den Eindruck macht!
    #271AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 11 Sep 14, 08:24
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    (offtopic: Thanks for bringing me to the laugh, because my live is actually not the yellow from the egg too.)
    #272Authoreastworld (238866) 11 Sep 14, 13:50
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    "But back to the theme", meant George.

    Erklärt mir jemand noch den bent-berry salad?
    #273Authorskeppie (523787) 11 Sep 14, 13:56
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    Peter wanted finally out the bar.
    #274AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 11 Sep 14, 14:05
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    Outside saw Peter Mary. He whistles her

    Der bent-berry salad liegt mir auch schwer im Magen
    #275Authortraveler in time (757476) 11 Sep 14, 15:32
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    afterwards (he is a building worker you know)
    #276AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 11 Sep 14, 15:37
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    Offtopic : bent-berry salad
     In einigen Gegenden heißt Kartoffel "G(K)rum(m)beere"
    #277AuthorBellis (551239) 11 Sep 14, 15:45
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    and wonders why she herself not around turns.
    #278AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 11 Sep 14, 15:47
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    He thinks himself: "Dumb buckle,


    OT @277: Ouch :-P
    #279AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 11 Sep 14, 15:47
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    who not wants, he has already!".
    #280AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 11 Sep 14, 16:00
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    Peter himself has not yet...
    #281AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 11 Sep 14, 16:15
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    his jacket closed made. But
    #282AuthorThe Real ME (GB) (369909) 11 Sep 14, 16:47
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    there falls him something in. He has

    (OT: #280 – müsste das nicht heißen: "Who not wants, that one has wanted"?)
    #283Authorskeppie (523787) 11 Sep 14, 17:09
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    his wallet in the bar forgotten!

    #283:("Wer nicht will, der hat schon" sollte das in 280 heissen)
    #284AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 11 Sep 14, 17:11
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    (Ah, ich sag immer "Wer nicht will, der hat gewollt.")
    #285Authorskeppie (523787) 11 Sep 14, 17:47
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    "What is then now already again?"
    #286AuthorThe Real ME (GB) (369909) 11 Sep 14, 17:52
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    "My money-stockexchange! Have you her mucheasy –"
    #287Authorskeppie (523787) 11 Sep 14, 18:43
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    seen?" The barlady twitched with the shoulders.
    #288AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 11 Sep 14, 18:49
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    Peter is fully at the floor destroyed.
    #289Authorskeppie (523787) 11 Sep 14, 20:14
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    and wants to sink into the floor
    #290Authorno me bré (700807) 11 Sep 14, 21:05
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    George tries him again up-to-build
    #291AuthorThe Real ME (GB) (369909) 12 Sep 14, 00:48
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    when Mary suddenly the money-stockexchange through the
    #292Authorlisalou (923535) 12 Sep 14, 01:08
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    window throws! Peter trusts his eyes hardly.
    #293AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 12 Sep 14, 10:06
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    Ouch cheek! That was heavy. Peter crumples his sleeves
    #294AuthorBraunbärin (757733) 12 Sep 14, 10:10
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    up and bends himself, to the money-stockexchange to pick up.
    #295AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 12 Sep 14, 10:18
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    There notices he on one time that
    #296AuthorWoody 1 (455616) 12 Sep 14, 10:36
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    it cooked not his is. "Lick me–"
    #297Authorskeppie (523787) 12 Sep 14, 10:47
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    "- at behinder!" shouted he to Mary,
    #298AuthorAnne_7 (731158) 12 Sep 14, 11:07
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    "What goe's around, come's around.

    (it cooked not his??)
    #299Authoreastworld (238866) 12 Sep 14, 11:11
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    it cooked not his is = es gar nicht seine ist
    #300Authorskeppie (523787) 12 Sep 14, 11:14
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