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    to eat s.o. out #15

    15 is the atomic number of phosphorus.

    In religion
    There were 15 steps between the Ezrat Nashim and the Courtyard of the Temple in Jerusalem, on which the Levites stood and sang during the offering of sacrifices. Fifteen Psalms (Chapters 120-134), collectively known as the "Songs of Ascent", correspond to the 15 steps on which the Levites stood.
    In the Hebrew numbering system, the number 15 is not written according to the usual method, with the letters that represent "10" and "5" (י-ה, yodh and heh), because those spell out one of the Jewish names of God. Instead, the date is written with the letters representing "9" and "6" (ט-ו, teth and vav)
    Passover begins on the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Nisan
    Sukkot begins on the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Tishrei
    Tu Bishvat is a Jewish holiday occurring on the 15th of the Hebrew month of Shevat
    Shushan Purim (the day on which Purim is celebrated in Jerusalem and a few other cities in Israel) occurs on the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Adar
    Tu B'Av is a minor Jewish holiday occurring on the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Av

    Age 15 is:

    The age of a quinceañera, a Hispanic girl celebrating her fifteenth birthday. Thus, Spanish bingo callers might refer to the number 15 as la niña bonita (the beautiful girl).
    The age for obtaining a driver's (or learner's) permit in certain jurisdictions, including some where the age for a driver's license is sixteen.
    In the UK a minor can be sent to prison to await trial at the age of 15

    Fifteen is:

    The number of days in each of the 24 cycles of the Chinese calendar.
    The number of guns in a gun salute to Army, Marine Corps, and Air Force Lieutenant Generals, and Navy and Coast Guard Vice Admirals.
    The designation of Interstate 15, a freeway that runs from California to Montana.
    The '15 refers to the first Jacobite Rising in Great Britain in 1715.
    The number of checkers each side has in the beginning of a backgammon game.
    The 15 puzzle.
    Fifteen, a television program.
    A restaurant in London, built by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver
    In the United States, the customary percentage to tip a waitress in a restaurant by one or two guests
    15 minutes of fame
    The number of balls in the eight ball variant of billiards
    The number of function keys on most Mac keyboards
    The name of a modern punk band, Fifteen (band), with lead singer Jeff Ott.
    The number of letters in the words "uncopyrightable" and "dermatoglyphics", which are the longest words there are without repeating a letter.
    One of the "Lost Numbers" on the television show Lost, along with 4, 8, 16, 23, and 42.
    The number of completed, numbered symphonies and string quartets by Dmitri Shostakovich
    A film rating and age limit on viewing given by the British Board of Film Classification
    The number of The Devil in the major arcana of Tarot cards.
    The number to dial for SAMU in case of an emergency in France.
    The number of minutes in one quarter of an hour; 15 minutes past or before an hour is often known as quarter past and quarter to, respectively.
    Fifteen men on the dead man's chest is the first verse of the chorus of a fictional sea shanty from Robert Louis Stevenson's novel Treasure Island (1883),
    15 Step is the opening song on the Radiohead album, In Rainbows.

    And so we trundle happily along past the 4000 mark
    Authormyklausunna (236435) 18 Dec 07, 06:58
    The story so far....
    Wir haben einen großen Garten mit Money-Tree (zur Zeit grade kahl, aber da wäre noch der Laubhaufen), großer Badewanne auf dem Deck.. Kühe, Schafe und Krokodile..
    Wir lernen alle Tango, treffen uns eines Tages im sagenumwobenen Bielefeld und tauschen meist einfach nur unsere Gedanken aus.
    Stille Mitleser sind herzlich eingeladen, sich auch mal zu äüßern :)

    ....can be found here

    Siehe auch: to eat s.o. out - KLAPPE (die 12.)
    Siehe auch: to eat s.o. out - 12A
    related discussion: to eat s.o. out #14

    And now dear reader, read on........
    #1Authormyklausunna (236435) 18 Dec 07, 07:03
    I've just been reading how many dots should be used at when saying read on...
    And I'm afraid that 6/7 is a no-no

    related discussion: dots at the end of a sentence

    And once again I'm amazed at the amount of grammar I've nevr heard of or forgotten.
    #2Authormyklausunna (236435) 18 Dec 07, 07:34
    Moin, mykl! Thanx a lot for the nice new thread!
    How're you doing today?
    #3Author Waringham (384862) 18 Dec 07, 08:14
    Moin Wari, I'm in fine fettle today.It was a little bit parky on the pushbike this morning but it's easy to keep the windows ice free.
    #4Authormyklausunna (236435) 18 Dec 07, 08:24
    #5Author Waringham (384862) 18 Dec 07, 08:31
    Good morning!
    Nice thread, mykl, thanks!

    Oh dear, just looking out of the window. My Mum is in the garden. Does she want to freeze to death? Pushing some containers with dead flowers around. THEY ARE DEAD! Can't that wait till spring-time???

    Oh, well. See you all later
    #6Author easy (238884) 18 Dec 07, 10:23
    Morning Easy, they're not dead they're resting.
    #7Authormyklausunna (236435) 18 Dec 07, 10:36
    Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees, of course.

    I might be repeating myself, but Monty Python is alsways worth repeating ^^

    "Mr. Praline: Never mind that, my lad. I wish to complain about this parrot what I purchased not half an hour ago from this very boutique.

    Owner: Oh yes, the, uh, the Norwegian Blue...What's,uh...What's wrong with it?

    Mr. Praline: I'll tell you what's wrong with it, my lad. 'E's dead, that's what's wrong with it!

    Owner: No, no, 'e's uh,...he's resting.

    Mr. Praline: Look, matey, I know a dead parrot when I see one, and I'm looking at one right now.

    Owner: No no he's not dead, he's, he's restin'! Remarkable bird, the Norwegian Blue, idn'it, ay? Beautiful plumage!

    Mr. Praline: The plumage don't enter into it. It's stone dead.

    Owner: Nononono, no, no! 'E's resting!

    Mr. Praline: All right then, if he's restin', I'll wake him up! (shouting at the cage) 'Ello, Mister Polly Parrot! I've got a lovely fresh cuttle fish for you if you show...

    (owner hits the cage)

    Owner: There, he moved!

    Mr. Praline: No, he didn't, that was you hitting the cage!

    Owner: I never!!

    Mr. Praline: Yes, you did!

    Owner: I never, never did anything...

    Mr. Praline: (yelling and hitting the cage repeatedly) 'ELLO POLLY!!!!! Testing! Testing! Testing! Testing! This is your nine o'clock alarm call!

    (Takes parrot out of the cage and thumps its head on the counter. Throws it up in the air and watches it plummet to the floor.)

    Mr. Praline: Now that's what I call a dead parrot.

    Owner: No, no.....No, 'e's stunned!

    Mr. Praline: STUNNED?!?

    Owner: Yeah! You stunned him, just as he was wakin' up! Norwegian Blues stun easily, major.

    Mr. Praline: look, mate, I've definitely 'ad enough of this. That parrot is definitely deceased, and when I purchased it not 'alf an hour ago, you assured me that its total lack of movement was due to it bein' tired and shagged out following a prolonged squawk.

    Owner: Well, he's...he's, ah...probably pining for the fjords.

    Mr. Praline: PININ' for the FJORDS?!?!?!? What kind of talk is that?, look, why did he fall flat on his back the moment I got 'im home?

    Owner: The Norwegian Blue prefers keepin' on it's back! Remarkable bird, id'nit, squire? Lovely plumage!

    Mr. Praline: Look, I took the liberty of examining that parrot when I got it home, and I discovered the only reason that it had been sitting on its perch in the first place was that it had been NAILED there.


    Owner: Well, o'course it was nailed there! If I hadn't nailed that bird down, it would have nuzzled up to those bars, bent 'em apart with its beak, and VOOM! Feeweeweewee!

    Mr. Praline: "VOOM"?!? Mate, this bird wouldn't "voom" if you put four million volts through it! 'E's bleedin' demised!

    Owner: No no! 'E's pining!

    Mr. Praline: 'E's not pinin'! 'E's passed on! This parrot is no more! He has ceased to be! 'E's expired and gone to meet 'is maker! 'E's a stiff! Bereft of life, 'e rests in peace! If you hadn't nailed 'im to the perch 'e'd be pushing up the daisies! 'Is metabolic processes are now 'istory! 'E's off the twig! 'E's kicked the bucket, 'e's shuffled off 'is mortal coil, run down the curtain and joined the bleedin' choir invisibile!! THIS IS AN EX-PARROT!! "
    #8Author easy (238884) 18 Dec 07, 10:43
    EXACTLY :)
    #9Authormyklausunna (236435) 18 Dec 07, 11:01
    Moin, easy.. *gg*
    #10Author Waringham (384862) 18 Dec 07, 11:11
    A Politically Correct Christmas Story

    'Twas the night before Christmas and Santa's a wreck...
    How to live in a world that's politically correct?
    His workers no longer would answer to "Elves".
    "Vertically Challenged" they were calling themselves.
    And labour conditions at the North Pole
    were alleged by the union to stifle the soul.

    Four reindeer had vanished, without much propriety,
    Released to the wilds by the Humane Society.
    And equal employment had made it quite clear
    That Santa had better not use just reindeer.
    So Dancer and Donner, Comet and Cupid
    Were replaced with 4 pigs, and you know that looked stupid!

    The runners had been removed from his sleigh;
    The ruts were termed dangerous by the E.P.A.
    And people had started to call for the cops
    When they heard sled noises on their rooftops.
    Second-hand smoke from his pipe had his workers quite frightened.
    His fur trimmed red suit was called "Unenlightened."

    And to show you the strangeness of life's ebbs and flows,
    Rudolf was suing over unauthorised use of his nose
    And had gone on Geraldo, in front of the nation,
    Demanding millions in over-due compensation.
    So, half of the reindeer were gone; and his wife,
    Who suddenly said she'd enough of this life,

    Joined a self-help group, packed, and left in a whiz,
    Demanding from now on her title was Ms.
    And as for the gifts, why, he'd never had a notion
    That making a choice could cause so much commotion.
    Nothing of leather, nothing of fur,
    Which meant nothing for him. And nothing for her.

    Nothing that might be construed to pollute.
    Nothing to aim, Nothing to shoot.
    Nothing that clamoured or made lots of noise.
    Nothing for just girls, or just for the boys.
    Nothing that claimed to be gender specific.
    Nothing that's warlike or non-pacifistic.

    No candy or sweets...they were bad for the tooth.
    Nothing that seemed to embellish a truth.
    And fairy tales, while not yet forbidden,
    Were like Ken and Barbie, better off hidden.
    For they raised the hackles of those psychological
    Who claimed the only good gift was one ecological.

    No baseball, no football...someone could get hurt;
    Besides, playing sports exposed kids to dirt.
    Dolls were said to be sexist, and should be passe;
    And Nintendo would rot your entire brain away.
    So Santa just stood there, dishevelled, perplexed;
    He just could not figure out what to do next.

    He tried to be merry, tried to be gay,
    But you've got to be careful with that word today.
    His sack was quite empty, limp to the ground;
    Nothing fully acceptable was to be found.
    Something special was needed, a gift that he might
    Give to all without angering the left or the right.

    A gift that would satisfy, with no indecision,
    Each group of people, every religion;
    Every ethnicity, every hue,
    Everyone, everywhere...even you.
    So here is that gift, it's price beyond worth...
    May you and your loved ones, enjoy peace on Earth.

    Copyright; Author Unknown
    #11Authormyklausunna (236435) 18 Dec 07, 12:02
    time to go home again. Byeeeeeee
    #12Authormyklausunna (236435) 18 Dec 07, 14:16
    Bye mykl.. Have a nice evening/afternoon/whatever.. Morgen ist bestimmt auch mal was für Dich im Türchen..

    (aber erst morgen aufmachen :)
    #13Author Waringham (384862) 18 Dec 07, 14:20


    Guckt mal, was ich im Zählfaden gefunden habe..
    #14Author Waringham (384862) 18 Dec 07, 15:12
    Gibt´s den auch mit roter Nase?

    Und Guten Morgen/Tag/Abend zusammen
    #15Author OWL (343780) 18 Dec 07, 15:42
    .hmmm.. *sing*
    Rudolf the red-nosed reindeer..
    #16Author Waringham (384862) 18 Dec 07, 15:46
    Had a very shiny nose,
    And if you ever saw it,
    You would even say it glows.
    #17Author Waringham (384862) 18 Dec 07, 16:06
    All of the other reindeer
    Used to laugh and call him names,
    They never let poor Rudolph
    Join in any reindeer games.


    Then all the reindeer loved him
    As they shouted out with glee:
    "Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer,
    You'll go down in history!"

    #18Author Waringham (384862) 18 Dec 07, 16:31
    Hier steppt ja der Bär.. Naja..ich geh' jetzt auch heim..

    Grüße an Steffi, Easy, Galeazzo, Mykl, MiM, OWL, 4y, Mafi.. und alle anderen
    #19Author Waringham (384862) 18 Dec 07, 17:53
    Ich sag mal eben Hallo und Tschüss - bis über beide Ohren in Arbeit.

    Ich denk an Euch alle und wünsche euch frohe und soweit wie nur irgend möglich stressfreie Weihnachten :-)

    #20Author yytsunamiyy (341657) 18 Dec 07, 18:10
    Good yawning people, not a very warm morning either brrrrr.
    #21Authormyklausunna (236435) 19 Dec 07, 05:55
    Moin, mykl.. Yes, definitely brrr!
    #22Author Waringham (384862) 19 Dec 07, 07:34
    Hi Wari, you're up and about early today.
    #23Authormyklausunna (236435) 19 Dec 07, 07:38
    Didn't sleep well.. woke up quite tense..needed 10 Minutes to relax my extremities.. decided to get up.. :((
    #24Author Waringham (384862) 19 Dec 07, 08:17
    Oh, sorry to hear that.When are you finished for christmas ? Do you have to "work" next week ? - I have to:(
    #25Authormyklausunna (236435) 19 Dec 07, 08:52
    ..Why "work".. When I work, I actually do work! *grummel*
    I'm finished today around 12:30.. and will return on January, 7th.. *wegduck*
    #26Author Waringham (384862) 19 Dec 07, 09:01
    7TH OF JANUARY ! Nice "work" if you can find it *fg*
    Ahhhh, and by "working" quicker/harder you manage to make room for me and LEO in general *chuckle*
    #27Authormyklausunna (236435) 19 Dec 07, 09:09
    Oh, that's just one day off, actually.. As I don't have to work on Thursdays and Friday (officially ;) and in public service you don't need half a day for Dec, 24th and 31st..

    No comment on me working not hard enough..
    #28Author Waringham (384862) 19 Dec 07, 09:18
    Better and better, one day off and two weeks at home. There's sth. to be said for working in the public sector - but I wont say it (christmas spirit and all that rot)
    #29Authormyklausunna (236435) 19 Dec 07, 09:34
    Wari, I'll take this opportunity to wish you and your family a super christmas and a happy new year (there's a lot happening here at the moment). I'll hsee you again with your batteries fully charged in 2008.
    #30Authormyklausunna (236435) 19 Dec 07, 11:42
    Same to you mykl.. :)
    #31Author Waringham (384862) 19 Dec 07, 12:16
    Whta, wari, no leo for you all that time?!
    Have a beautiful, peaceful Christmas with your family!!!

    #32Author easy (238884) 19 Dec 07, 14:06
    Some leo for me..but not as regular as when I'm at "work" :)
    #33Author Waringham (384862) 20 Dec 07, 08:34
    It'll be my last working day (for this year)tomorrow so I'd like to wish everyone a merry Christmas and a happy, healthy and successful new year 2008!
    Take care of yourselves and be careful with the firecrackers New Years Eve, you're all expected to start 2008 hale and hearty!
    #34AuthorCatDaddy (270948) 20 Dec 07, 10:30
    Hey Cat Daddy! Nice to hear from you!

    And the same to you. Have a smashing Christmas and a great New Year
    #35Author easy (238884) 20 Dec 07, 10:57
    Hi, CatDaddy! Same to you!
    #36Author Waringham (384862) 20 Dec 07, 11:25
    Entschuldigung..hallo, easy.. *umarm* Bist Du schon vermessen? Neues Kleid schon bestellt? Haben wirklich tolle Sachen..
    #37Author Waringham (384862) 20 Dec 07, 11:29
    Good morning people, a very chilly morning again in NRW.
    #38Authormyklausunna (236435) 20 Dec 07, 11:48
    Moin, NDS, too.. below zero, again..and some snowflakes..Really brr.. I'm wearing two pullovers..and have been out with the dogs, yet.. Seems to be winter.
    #39Author Waringham (384862) 20 Dec 07, 12:00
    Mon, Wari
    Ja, vermessen, abgeschickt, gerade Geld überwiesen. Kleid Gudrun. Und bei der Farbe darsft Du dreimal raten... ^^

    Hier ist alles voller Rauhreif. TOTAL schön! Bin ich vom Niederrhein nicht gewöhnt, dass der mittags um 12 immer noch überall dranbabbt...
    #40Author easy (238884) 20 Dec 07, 12:04
    Wohl kaum orange...

    Innen weiß, außen schwarz..
    #41Author Waringham (384862) 20 Dec 07, 12:07
    Fast :)

    (Das Orange ist gruselig, oder?)

    schwarz und... schwarz ^^
    Ich hatte überlegt, es schwarz und bordeaux machen zu lassen, aber ich will es auch in meiner Disco (Dresscode) anziehen können, wenn mal keine Mittelalternacht ist :)

    Und jetzt endgültig sparen muß... Nach all den Weihnachtsgeschenken und fast täglichen Amazonien-Besuchen...
    #42Author easy (238884) 20 Dec 07, 12:12
    orange ist ekelig.. Würde vermutlich Außen grün und innen Natur nehmen.. Aber ich bin ja ein Ritter! Und brauche daher dies:

    #43Author Waringham (384862) 20 Dec 07, 12:15
    Spielkind ;)
    Aber sehr hübsch.
    Die Farbe hatte ich auch überlegt. Ich hatte überlegt, es außen dunkelgrün, innen hellgrün (oder natur) zu nehmen. Aber...dann sprach eine Stimme: THERE IS NO OTHER COLOUR BUT BLACK ^^
    #44Author easy (238884) 20 Dec 07, 12:20
    Toll..dann hast Du jetzt *nachrechne* 5 schwarze MA-Kleider.. Nein, wat ne Abwechslung ;) Und Du kannst Dich im Dunkeln gut verstecken..
    #45Author Waringham (384862) 20 Dec 07, 12:22
    Nein, nein, ich habe ein dunkelgrünes Samtkleid und ein blaues Kleid. Man höre und staune. Gut, über dem Blauen ist schwarze Spitze :) Aber das ist sogar königsblau. Also echt grell... für meine Verhältnisse :)
    #46Author easy (238884) 20 Dec 07, 12:31
    Ich finde diese Art Kleider -grade mit Schnürung- ja irgendwie sexy.. Und schwarze Spitze über Königsblau sieht bestimmt echt scharf aus ;) Wenn auch etwas grell..
    #47Author Waringham (384862) 20 Dec 07, 12:33
    Vor allem, weil man das hinten schnüren (lassen) muß. Und mein bester Freund (der schwul ist) ist da echt erbarmungslos. Und rückt mir dann immer noch gandenlos meine Milchdrüsen zurecht ;)
    #48Author easy (238884) 20 Dec 07, 12:37
    :) Ich stell mir das jetzt mla grade nicht vor...
    Muß jetzt wieder mal was tun..bis später!
    #49Author Waringham (384862) 20 Dec 07, 12:42
    Will man auch nicht ;)

    Bis später
    das ist es übrigens. Ist aber nicht ganz so dunkel wie auf dem Bild ;)
    #50Author easy (238884) 20 Dec 07, 12:43
    Boah eh ! All hell's broken out here this week, it's a pity we don't have so much work all the year round. I farted at 11 o-clock and I still haven't had time to smell it.:)
    Easy's only wearing black 'till so. invents a darker colour. Lace up clothes look sexy but they're a lot of work for amorous males *fg*
    #51Authormyklausunna (236435) 20 Dec 07, 12:46
    Super sexy dress Easy, but not the usual thing that one see's in Lidl on a saturday morning. I'm off to lunch.
    #52Authormyklausunna (236435) 20 Dec 07, 12:48
    So am I :)

    Till later.

    mykl, if you are so busy, don't forget to breathe. That would be a bit lethal...
    #53Author easy (238884) 20 Dec 07, 12:51
    Tach Tach ... heute sind mal wieder nicht meine Themen drann ...

    Kalt, Dunkel??? Was war das nochmal ... ich hab mir am WE den Pelz verbrannt, trotz LSF 20! ... Und Silvester bin ich an der Copacabana *froi* 40°C!

    Und die Kleider? Für meinen Geschmack viel zuviel Kleid/ Stoff ... da guckt ja nur noch der Kopf raus ... ;-)
    #54Author OWL (343780) 20 Dec 07, 13:00
    *back from lunch*
    Hi OWL, yep it's c-c-o-o-o-l-l-d-d here today (it's all relative though).Doesn't Brazil have a winter at all then ? Mild and temperate all year round ?
    #55Authormyklausunna (236435) 20 Dec 07, 13:32
    Hi Mykl ... now it’s summer here (in fact it’s spring, summer starts 20th of Dec.) and temperatures are around 35 °C. In winter (June/July) it’s colder ... around 20°C (day) and 10°C (night) ... brrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

    (talking about my part of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo)
    #56Author OWL (343780) 20 Dec 07, 13:52
    OWL, you poor thing, all the way down to 10°C *chuckle*. I lived in the north of Canada for just over a year (a few years ago) and between october and march the temperatue hovered around -35°C- THAT was cold. But at least you didn't need a weather forecast-everybody knew that it was going to be bloody cold.
    #57Authormyklausunna (236435) 20 Dec 07, 14:05
    Tach OWL, wenn mein Freund mich da reingeschnürt hat, guckt da noch mehr raus als nur mein Kopf *g*

    Ein paar Gartenfotos, um Dich in Weihnachtsstimmung zu bringen
    frostig, frostig =)
    Aber so gehört sich das an Weihnachten!
    #58Author easy (238884) 20 Dec 07, 14:09
    Mykl ... 10°C in only in winter ... and only at night .. so, in bed with a warm cover and a hot mulatta ... I’m able to survive ...
    #59Author OWL (343780) 20 Dec 07, 14:13
    Easy *beijinho* tolle Fotos ... aber was mich mehr in Stimmung bringen würde, wären Fotos vom dem was noch rauschaut (nach dem einschnüren) *ggg*

    hot, hot =) aber so gehört sich das zu Weihnachten, zu Ostern, Fasching, Trödelmarkt, Disco, auf der Arbeit, am Strand, bei Lidel, einfach immer ... hehehe
    #60Author OWL (343780) 20 Dec 07, 14:18
    Tja, das ist noch nicht fotografiert worden :)
    (aber einer wollte mal meinen Waffenschein sehen *g*)

    So, muß wech.
    Bis später
    und mykl =)
    #61Author easy (238884) 20 Dec 07, 14:24
    OK OWL, there's no need to rub salt into the wound.Don't you get to see enough "skin"
    Soper street light photo Easy, I was looking for the spider but it's probably frozen to it's own web somewhere.
    #62Authormyklausunna (236435) 20 Dec 07, 14:27
    Change soapy photo to super photo :(
    #63Authormyklausunna (236435) 20 Dec 07, 14:30
    Enough skin around???
    #64Author OWL (343780) 20 Dec 07, 14:48
    PAH !, looks like any saturday morning in the Dortmund pedestrian precinct.
    #65Authormyklausunna (236435) 20 Dec 07, 14:53
    #66Author OWL (343780) 20 Dec 07, 14:59
    Yep ... good old Dortmund ... the city that fits perfect in our to-eat-s.o.-out-thread ...
    #67Author OWL (343780) 20 Dec 07, 15:08
    Ooooooo, I'm going to have to buy one of those *fg*
    #68Authormyklausunna (236435) 20 Dec 07, 15:40
    #69Author OWL (343780) 20 Dec 07, 15:52
    Thankyou OWL, and here's why (some) women can't fix cars.*fg*
    #70Authormyklausunna (236435) 20 Dec 07, 16:26
    ... maybe she is better in fixing this car *fg*
    #71Author OWL (343780) 20 Dec 07, 17:12
    But maybe she is better in fixing this car *fg*
    #72Author OWL (343780) 20 Dec 07, 17:13
    Hope the ladies don't do any back reading or we are in deep shit.(again in my case)

    No comment !
    #73Authormyklausunna (236435) 20 Dec 07, 17:32
    Easy, thank you for my "secret santa" present
    #74Authormyklausunna (236435) 20 Dec 07, 19:34
    you're very welcome, mykl =)
    #75Author easy (238884) 20 Dec 07, 19:47
    You got everything you need now for christmas, or are you a last minute panic shopper ?
    #76Authormyklausunna (236435) 20 Dec 07, 19:49
    I'm a little late this year =)
    But fortunately this year at least I've got a really good excuse.
    And I love amazon. They've seen quite a lot of me recently.
    Now just a couple of presents or so more and I'm done.
    What about you?
    #77Author easy (238884) 20 Dec 07, 20:12
    All finished for this year, a lot more thought went into the task than the actual getting.:)
    I'm having a lot of LEO problems today.Should I not make it to another posting I'll wish you and your family a happy, peaceful christmas and a prosperous new year.
    Best wishes to those I haven't greeted and our silent readers.Today is my last day until the 28th, when it's back on the treadmill.
    #78Authormyklausunna (236435) 20 Dec 07, 20:22
    Yes, I've got problems with leo, too

    bye-bye, mykl, a very, very merrry Christmas to you, hope you will be able to enjoy it :)
    All my best wishes for 2008!
    #79Author easy (238884) 20 Dec 07, 20:37

    Bevor der Löwe wieder spinnt, wünsche ich Euch allen noch ganz schnell ein frohes und gesegnetes Weihnachtsfest, wenig Streß und Hektik, dafür viel Freude und vielleicht ein bißchen Ruhe und Zeit zum Auftanken! Falls wir uns nicht mehr "sehen", außerdem einen guten Rutsch und einen wundervollen Start ins Neue Jahr!
    #80Author Waringham (384862) 21 Dec 07, 10:28
    Falls noch jemand von euch out-eaters reinschaut:
    Frohe Weihnachten und einen guten Rutsch ins nächste Jahr!
    Ich werde sicher auch 2008 ab und an bei euch reinschauen :-)
    Und vielleicht kommt es ja echt mal zu einem Treffen irgendwo in NRW...
    #81Author Mafi (236280) 21 Dec 07, 13:48
    Hallo zusammen ...
    Wünsche Euch auch allen eine
    Frohe Weihnacht und einen guten Rutsch ins Jahr 2008 ...

    #82Author OWL (343780) 21 Dec 07, 14:01
    Na hier ist ja heute wirklich wenig los ...

    Dann feier ich jetzt mal angemessen Weihnachten ... *ggg*
    #84Author OWL (343780) 21 Dec 07, 19:05
    Hallo Ihr Lieben!


    Wollte Euch allen noch frohe Weihnachtsfeiertage und ein glückliches, gesundes, erfolgreiches Jahr 2008 wünschen, in dem (zumindest ein paar) Eurer Wünsche in Erfüllung gehen!!

    Bin leider zur Zeit fürchterlich im Streß und ziemlich durch den Wind, und konnte Leo nicht mal aufmachen...*seufz*


    #85AuthorFräulein_Dinkel (345673) 22 Dec 07, 12:33
    Hallo ihr Süßen Outeaters allesamt,
    leo hat mich die ganze Zeit draußen in der Eiseskälte stehen lassen...

    Fröhliche Weihnachten euch allen und für alle, die dieses Jahr nicht mehr vorbeischauen: Alles Gute für 2008 (und allen die doch noch mal vorbeischauen auch *g*)
    #86Author easy (238884) 22 Dec 07, 13:18
    Geht euch das auch so, dass ihr nur über Hintertürchen reingelassen werdet???
    #87Author easy (238884) 22 Dec 07, 14:04
    jemand da?
    #88Author easy (238884) 27 Dec 07, 11:11
    Hi Easy, I'm here, I shouldn't be -until tomorrow-but there's been an illness in the team.Hope you didn't eat and drink too much over the christmas holidays*fg*.
    #89Authormyklausunna (236435) 27 Dec 07, 12:24
    Hey mykl, lovely to "see" you. If you read my posts in "Englisch gesucht" you will realize, that I might have had reason to drink. Haven't, though...
    #90Author easy (238884) 27 Dec 07, 12:26
    I hadn't, but now I have.I'm not very good with this sort of thing,my thoughts are with you and your family at this time. I was going to say sorrowful time, but after such an illness it may be a blessing to all (and that didn't sound quite right either).
    #91Authormyklausunna (236435) 27 Dec 07, 12:35
    No, no, it does sound right =)
    No worries!
    Thank you, mykl!

    Did you have a good time, then?
    #92Author easy (238884) 27 Dec 07, 12:37
    My christmas was a fairly quiet affair, only two invitations to eat this year - I'm slipping.:)

    I've taken an Irish "blesing" and added to it, so the first half is borrowed and the 2nd half is from me.

    Do not stand at my grave and weep.
    I am not there, I do not sleep.
    I am the sparkle in the snow.
    I am the shredded leaves that blow.
    I am the sunlight on growing grain.
    I am the gentle summer rain.
    I am the quiet bird at night.
    Circling about; Taking flight.
    So do not stand at my grave and weep.
    I am not there, I do not sleep.
    So think of me as I once was
    And I’ll be there with you because-
    your thoughts will keep my name alive
    These thoughts will help you to survive
    The times in life when life is hard
    When death hands out his calling card
    To those you love-their lives to reap
    Don’t stand at my grave and weep.

    Strange, I feel easier writing sth. like that than mumbling with condolences.
    #93Authormyklausunna (236435) 27 Dec 07, 13:07
    Great, mykl, now you've made me cry!

    No, thank you, it's lovely! I knew the beginning, it's one of my favorites! The second half is *really* lovely!!!

    Thank you!
    #94Author easy (238884) 27 Dec 07, 13:21
    You're welcome, it's gone all quiet and reflective here as well.I've just been thinking of my father - he died 33 years ago - and I have to admit I probably don't have as many memories as I think I should have.There are things that keep triggering memories though, not only of my father, but things long forgotten (or so one thinks).When I was in England in september I was looking at so. old wedding photos when I realised that I was was one of the guests. I was very ashamed when I told him that I didn't remember the wedding, but after seeing all the photos I could remember most of the names of the people that were there and I hadn't seen most of them in about 25 years, strange things memories.

    P.S. I didn't mean to make you cry, though I'm happy that you know it already and don't mind my addition.
    #95Authormyklausunna (236435) 27 Dec 07, 13:43
    Well, I get to home again, sweet dreams to those who still read on.
    #96Authormyklausunna (236435) 27 Dec 07, 18:32
    A very happy friday to one and all.
    #97Authormyklausunna (236435) 28 Dec 07, 10:40
    @easy: Sorry to hear this.. But after all, it sure is a blessing. And in my believe he is much better where he is now.. *ganzfestumarm*
    #98Author Waringham (384862) 28 Dec 07, 10:51
    Moin Wari, hope you had a pleasant christmas with the family.
    #99Authormyklausunna (236435) 28 Dec 07, 11:03
    I wish everybody a smooth and pleasing entry into 2008
    #100Authormyklausunna (236435) 28 Dec 07, 16:08
    Mein Beileid für dich und deine Familie. Ich wünsche dir, das 2008 für dich ein tolles Jahr wird und das du einige deiner Wünsche/ Träume erfüllen kannst ...

    Und natürlich auch einen guten Rutsch für alle anderen Outeater ...
    TWIMC: die Wettervorhersage Rio de Janeiro, 31.12. ist 40°C und Sonne, Sonne, Sonne *froi*
    #101Author OWL (343780) 28 Dec 07, 23:15
    Danke euch allen!

    Einen guten Rutsch, feiert alle heftiglichst und wie blöd und alles Gute für Euch alle für 2008!

    (40°? OWL, ich würde schreiend davonlaufen... Nee, dafür wärs ja zu heiß. Ich würde mich leise winselnd vor den geöffneten Kühlschrank setzen...)
    #102Author easy (238884) 30 Dec 07, 13:18
    *leise reinstampedier*
    *grosse Kerze (Vanillegeschmack) auf den Tisch stell*
    *leise rausstampedier*
    #103Author hermarphromoose (169674) 30 Dec 07, 14:36

    Euch allen ein wunderschönes lesereiches und gesundes Jahr 2008!!


    ..und der Schnee schmilzt jetzt hier so langsam auf dem Fußboden...
    #104Author Waringham (384862) 02 Jan 08, 15:12
    A very happy thursday to everybody and I wish us all the best for 2008.
    #105Authormyklausunna (236435) 03 Jan 08, 08:43
    *reintrampel* *gutesneueswünsch*
    #106Author sagittarius (254521) 03 Jan 08, 12:23
    Thankyou for the greetings sagittarius.
    #107Authormyklausunna (236435) 03 Jan 08, 12:30
    Moin, everybody!
    Mykl, busy, again? Me, too, but not a bit "working" ;)
    #108Author Waringham (384862) 03 Jan 08, 14:26
    Hi Wari, I'm fairly busy at the moment (unfortunatly it's all work)
    I can still find time for LEO though, Isi gave me a bag of time for christmas and I'm using it sparingly to make entries here.
    #109Authormyklausunna (236435) 03 Jan 08, 15:53
    Moin zusammen ...
    noch keiner da? ... *michumschau* ... wieder allein auf Nachtschicht ...

    bin wieder zurück von der grössten silvesterparty der welt ... copacabana/ rio de janeiro ... 2 Mio Leute ... und nur 4 davon wurden erschossen ...
    #110Author OWL (343780) 04 Jan 08, 02:06
    A very happy friday morning people.OWL sounds like you had a super new years party.If I was blond I could ask if you were one of the 4 people that were killed.
    #111Authormyklausunna (236435) 04 Jan 08, 10:10
    A very happy saturday morning people.Oh by the way we have to help THE KAT bring her "bunny" to the rest of the world.

    (\ _/)
    This is Bunny. Copy and paste him into your signature to help him gain world domination.
    #112Authormyklausunna (236435) 05 Jan 08, 07:04

    (\ _/)

    nice bunny, mykl..
    I always thought, a bunny looked like this:
    #113Author Waringham (384862) 05 Jan 08, 12:39
    A very happy monday morning people.*chuckle* Nice bunny Wari. but I usually have my bunnies like this...
    #114Authormyklausunna (236435) 07 Jan 08, 05:49
    Moin, mykl.. early, this week, again?! I'm off to the train going north.. See u later :)
    #115Author Waringham (384862) 07 Jan 08, 06:17
    Moin Wari, hmmmmm and I thought you were in the north.

    *whistles whilst laying table hello lampost watcha knowin'...*
    coffee and tea pot - check
    fresh bread rolls - check
    assorted jams and preserves - check
    fresh flowers - check
    *back to work*

    #116Authormyklausunna (236435) 07 Jan 08, 07:18
    Danke, mykl.
    Und guten Morgen allesamtse
    #117Author easy (238884) 07 Jan 08, 09:35
    Hi Easy, breakfast in bed ? And you didn't even invite anybody :(
    #118Authormyklausunna (236435) 07 Jan 08, 10:00
    Not in my parent's house!! ^^
    But I'm going back to Munich soon ;)
    #119Author easy (238884) 07 Jan 08, 10:04
    We're all old enough, we wont disturb your parents, how much noise could we make having breakfast :)
    #120Authormyklausunna (236435) 07 Jan 08, 10:07
    eating out you mean ;)
    #121Author easy (238884) 07 Jan 08, 10:09
    *chuckle* Same procedure as last year Miss Easy... :)

    Have a bunny.

    This is Bunny.©the kat
    #122Authormyklausunna (236435) 07 Jan 08, 10:18
    Thank you, lovely bunny. I prefer it with garlic, though. And a black one, so I can wear the fur ^^
    #123Author easy (238884) 07 Jan 08, 10:26
    Comment I'm in the very very north now..
    Hi, easy...nice to see you again! *hüpf*
    #124Author Waringham (384862) 07 Jan 08, 10:53
    Hi Wari, isi's hanging around somewhere, she was "Being force-fed Denglish" a while ago.

    related discussion: Being force-fed Denglish
    #125Authormyklausunna (236435) 07 Jan 08, 11:09
    Hi, Wari!
    nice 2 c u again 2 (SCNR)
    Ich sollte eigentlich meine Sachen packen oder zumindest lernen, aber da ich die Nacht fast nicht geschlafen habe, bin ich gerade zu gar nix außer Leonitis ausleben fähig ^^
    #126Author easy (238884) 07 Jan 08, 11:20
    "LEOixicon" is another term I've seen here afew times as well. Leonitis sounds too much like a disease.I couldn't see you last week, I had Leoinitis and I didn't want to give it 2 U 2.
    #127Authormyklausunna (236435) 07 Jan 08, 11:45
    Tach! Und ein frohes neues Jahr noch!

    @mykl: Das LEOxikon ist kein Synonym für Leonitis! Es handelt sich um ein Lexikon der manchmal etwas speziellen Chatroomsprache im Quasselzimmer nebenan.
    #128Author Mafi (236280) 07 Jan 08, 11:54
    Hi Mafi, a very happy new year to you too.I wasn't really trying for a synonym, just mentioning how many "new" words spring up with LEO in there someehere.
    #129Authormyklausunna (236435) 07 Jan 08, 11:59
    mykl, was heißt denn 2B2 in dem force-fed-denglish-Faden?
    #130Author easy (238884) 07 Jan 08, 12:03
    @mykl: Ach so. Tja, wie viele es sind, merkt man unter anderem beim Lesen des LEOxikons. Echt irre.
    #131Author Mafi (236280) 07 Jan 08, 12:04
    Ach und darf ich nur nochmal kurz erwähnen, dass ich die Nase von diesem Jahr schon wieder voll habe?
    Mein Vater ist am 3. beerdigt worden. Am Abend vorher haben wir meine (leider-noch-nicht-)Schwägerin mit nem Spontan-Pneumothorax ins Krankenhaus bringen dürfen und mein Auto ist grad in der Reparatur und kostet mich nochmal um die 1000 Eu!!!
    Das einzig positive ist, dass der KEV gerade eine Glückssträhne hat ;)
    #132Author easy (238884) 07 Jan 08, 12:05
    Ach easy..
    ..wann spielen sie gegen uns? (Hannover Scorpions?)
    #133Author Waringham (384862) 07 Jan 08, 12:17
    Isi, that's B2B (had to go back and check that I'd put it the right way around) and it's Business to Business E-transactions (Internet-Geschäft mit Firmenkunden)
    #134Authormyklausunna (236435) 07 Jan 08, 12:18
    Da kann ich nix zu beitragen.. Im wissenschaftsdenglisch sind es bei uns ohnehin meistens lateinische Begriffe, die irgendwie verhunzt werden.. Ich persönlich hasse es, wenn man kein vernünftiges Deutsch mehr zu Rande bringt sondern entweder zuviele (teils falsche) englische oder Fachbegriffe einbaut. Warum kann die Poizei einen Gefangenen nicht in die JVA bringen.. sondern verbringt ihn?? *grusel*
    #135Author Waringham (384862) 07 Jan 08, 13:26
    I too work in an environment of German grammar freely mixed with English sayings, phrases and work specific gobbledegook. I listen to my bosses give their "presentations" in Denglish when we have foreign or English speaking visitors - and it's all I can do not to laugh.
    #136Authormyklausunna (236435) 07 Jan 08, 13:34
    It's amazing how bad my professor's English is.. He knows a lot of vocabulary..but has a pretty weird German accent.. Ze wörst zing is zat hi dasnt siehm to reäleiz.. I mean..he could try it at least, couldn't he?!
    #137Author Waringham (384862) 07 Jan 08, 13:41
    *chuckle* He probably is trying, the "th" sound to a German is as difficult as the "umlauts" are for us Brits.(I still manage at least one or two wrong pronunciations a day - you'd think I'd learn once in a while)
    #138Authormyklausunna (236435) 07 Jan 08, 13:48
    Wari, so gehts mir auch. Mein Prof hat so ziemlich sämtliche Vokabeln drauf. Aber dieser AKZENT!!!
    Danke für die Übersetzung, mykl. Und Wari, ich weiß nicht, wann sie gg Hannover spielen. Mein Bruder ist der Fan. Und da wir in der Nähe vom Eisstadion spielen, haben wir jetzt in ihrer Glückssphase immer das Vergnügen, uns durch völlig zugeparkte Straßen drängen zu müssen, wenn die spielen. Aber es freut mich ja doch auch, wenn die gewinnen, auch wenn ich schon seit Jahren bei keinem Spiel mehr war. Hmmmmm. Sollte ich vielleicht einfach nochmal- aber Mittwoch fahr ich hoffentlich wieer nach München. Ich kann hier zu Hause einfach nicht lernen! Ich brauch mein iederliches Loch von Münchener Wohnung, die so trist ist, dass selbst das in den Büchern geschriebene interessanter ist als die Umgebung.

    Ich habe noch einen Punkt vergessen, warum dieses Jahr scheiße ist: Ich werde meine beiden Katzen bei meiner Mutter lassen und nicht mehr nach M mitnehmen *HOIL!!!*
    Meine Katzen haben hier viel mehr Platz und meine Mutter braucht deren Gesellschaft gerade dringender als ich... Oder so.
    #139Author easy (238884) 07 Jan 08, 13:54
    Ersetze das zweite Spielen gegen wohnen
    #140Author easy (238884) 07 Jan 08, 13:55
    Are your cats by any remote chance - black ?
    #141Authormyklausunna (236435) 07 Jan 08, 13:59
    ^^ One of them is. With white paws. The other one is white and tabby. BUT he likes to be spanked. Und das scheint wieder szenekonform zu sein ;) (Ich distanziere mich hier davon ausdrücklichst!)
    #142Author easy (238884) 07 Jan 08, 14:01
    Aber easy: in M warten doch bestimmt süße kleine Reptilien auf Dich.. Gönn Deiner Ma doch die Katzen :)
    Wann ist denn nun Deine Prüfung angesetzt?
    #143Author Waringham (384862) 07 Jan 08, 14:04
    Das niedliche vorne ist mein Katerchen ;)

    Ja, die Reptilien sind da schon, aber die können nicht schnurren und liegen nachts nicht bei mir im Bett.
    Es ist ja auch besser für meine Ma UND meine Katzen.

    Prüfung ist am 24. Januar. *schluck*
    #144Author easy (238884) 07 Jan 08, 14:07
    I 'll wish you ladies a pleasant afternoon, I get to go home now. If Isi's heading south again, how/when we gonna get a chance to meet :(
    And you don't need to go all the way to bavaria for süße kleine Reptilien - you've got a mykl.Till the morn.
    #145Authormyklausunna (236435) 07 Jan 08, 14:11
    P.S. Never mind the 24th. that'll take care of itself.When do you get notification that you've passed so that we can celebrate ?
    (Isi, you do the exam and I'll take care of the worrying for the next 3 weeks)
    #146Authormyklausunna (236435) 07 Jan 08, 14:15
    Bye, mykl..have a nice rest of the day..

    easy, Du bist so tapfer *schultertätschel*!
    #147Author Waringham (384862) 07 Jan 08, 14:16
    ^^ Thanks and bye, mykl.

    One of these days werden wir es schaffen uns zu treffen. Ganz bestimmt!!!
    Ich denke, ich werde jetzt häufiger mal heim kommen, wegen meiner Mutter.
    Kannst Du die Farbe wechseln und gucken Deine Augen in verschiedene Richtungen? ;)
    #148Author easy (238884) 07 Jan 08, 14:17
    #149Author Waringham (384862) 07 Jan 08, 14:26
    Wari, ich mach mich auch mal ein bisschen vom Acker. Vielleicht bis später :)
    #150Author easy (238884) 07 Jan 08, 14:26
    #151Author Waringham (384862) 07 Jan 08, 14:27
    #152Author easy (238884) 07 Jan 08, 14:27
    also, das mini-Chamäleon ist herzallerliebst. Das andere *ggg*
    #153Author easy (238884) 07 Jan 08, 14:28
    Dachte ich mir doch, daß Dich das freut :) Jetzt aber ab mit Dir!
    #154Author Waringham (384862) 07 Jan 08, 14:46
    Alle weg.. mache auch gleich Schluß. Nase dicht, kein Bock mehr und Einkaufen will/muß ich auch noch.. Bis morgen!
    #155Author Waringham (384862) 07 Jan 08, 17:26
    Hoffentlich keine Schuhe, Wari ^^

    Bis morgen.
    Guts Nächtle
    #156Author easy (238884) 07 Jan 08, 18:34
    A very happy tuesday to one and all.Isi, after a few beers my eyes always look in different directions, and after a few more I can turn a lovely shade of green.
    #157Authormyklausunna (236435) 08 Jan 08, 05:57
    Moin, everybody..
    Easy: no shoes.. just groceries.. I'll take my part of your worries, too (and I'm pretty good at that!)
    Mykl: luvverly shade of green sounds good..
    #158Author Waringham (384862) 08 Jan 08, 08:09
    G'day Wari, hope you are in good spirits this morning ( I usually find brandy is a good spirit to start the day *g*)
    #159Authormyklausunna (236435) 08 Jan 08, 08:18
    I don't like brandy.. prefer a good red vine..
    #160Author Waringham (384862) 08 Jan 08, 08:21
    Ach ja, ze ret vine diss is guuut yes.
    I try to avoid winee 'cause I drink it at about the same rate ar beer with the normal following consequences.
    #161Authormyklausunna (236435) 08 Jan 08, 08:39
    delete winee
    insert wine
    #162Authormyklausunna (236435) 08 Jan 08, 08:40
    And at the start of the day, a champaign is very healthy for your circulation..

    I always start circling after a few glasses :)
    #163Author Waringham (384862) 08 Jan 08, 08:48
    hehe, that's a nice way of putting it. Champaign or Sekt has me finished off by the second glass - at the latest.
    #164Authormyklausunna (236435) 08 Jan 08, 08:51
    Und das am frühen Morgen (studentisch betrachteter früher Morgen)
    Mein ganzen Klamotten und Bücher und Weihnachtsgeschenke und CDs und ALLES ist hier gerade über drei Etagen verteilt. Wie soll ich das alles finden UND wie soll das alles in mein kleiens Äuteken passen?!
    So langsam beginne ich den Sinn von Ordnung zu verstehen, was mir bisher immer ein Rätsel war. Aber an der Menge an Zoich hätte auch Ordnung nix geändert. Also. Warum Energie verschwenden, wenn das ganze Universum dem Chaos entgegenstrebt und zur Aufrechterhaltung von Ordnung soviel Energie benötigt wird. Sollen wir nicht alle immer Energie sparen?
    Meine Philosophie for the day.

    Bis später
    #165Author easy (238884) 08 Jan 08, 11:49
    Hallo, easy: Ich hab da was für Dich:

    ..und viel Spaß noch beim Suchen und Packen ;)
    #166Author Waringham (384862) 08 Jan 08, 12:03
    Danke :)
    #167Author easy (238884) 08 Jan 08, 12:12
    Hi Easy, tidy people are just too lazy to look for their things and only a genius really understands chaos. A little help from me too also.

    #168Authormyklausunna (236435) 08 Jan 08, 12:27
    What would you do if I sang out tune?
    Would you stand up and walk out on me?
    Lend me your ears and I'll sing you a song
    Oh, baby I get by with a little help from my friends
    By with a little help from my friends.
    All I need is my buddies
    By with a little help from my friends
    I said I'm gonna get by with a little
    By with a little help from my friends
    Whoa oh oh oh oh
    Said I don't know if that's what I'm sure do to, baby
    By with a little help from my friends
    Said I'm gonna make it with my friends
    By with a little help from my friends
    Whoa oh I'm gonna keep on trying
    By with a little help from my friends
    Said I'm gonna keep on trying.

    #169Author Waringham (384862) 08 Jan 08, 12:51
    *baritone accompanyment*
    #170Authormyklausunna (236435) 08 Jan 08, 13:00
    Unseen Friend
    by Iceman

    Although you are a friend of mine
    and letters we exchange,
    I wouldn't know you on the street,
    and doesn't that seem strange?

    You hold a place within my life,
    unusual and unique;
    We share ideals and special dreams,
    and still, we do not speak.

    I picture what I think you are,
    perhaps you picture me.
    An intriguing game for all of us
    for someone we can't see.

    So for this friendship we possess,
    we owe this mail a debt,
    Perhaps the charm lies in the fact
    that we have never met.

    #171Authormyklausunna (236435) 08 Jan 08, 13:17
    #172Author Waringham (384862) 08 Jan 08, 13:21
    I get to go home again, bye ladies, till the morn.
    #173Authormyklausunna (236435) 08 Jan 08, 13:54
    Bis morgen, mykl.. Was machst Du heute noch so?
    #174Author Waringham (384862) 08 Jan 08, 14:03
    ich trau mich kaum, mich hier nochmal zu Wort zu melden - ihr wirkt so vertraut, da stör ich ja nur....
    #175AuthorFräulein_Dinkel (345673) 08 Jan 08, 14:29
    Halt, Steffi..bleib doch da! Gut ins neue Jahr gekommen?
    #176Author Waringham (384862) 08 Jan 08, 14:35
    Oh, hallo, Waringham,

    ja, ganz gut. Und du? Alles Gute für 2008, Gesundheit, Glück, Spass, Freude, Erfolg, gute Nerven - und alles, was du sonst noch so brauchen kannst!
    #177AuthorFräulein_Dinkel (345673) 08 Jan 08, 15:19
    achja: *nochkurzundfestdrück*
    #178AuthorFräulein_Dinkel (345673) 08 Jan 08, 15:20
    Alles prima bei mir.. Naja..das übliche eben. :)
    #179Author Waringham (384862) 08 Jan 08, 15:28
    Ich bin jetzt mit Hiob per Du. Nachdem Murphy mir konsequent Heiratsantrage stellt...

    Der TÜV hat noch mehr an meinem Auto entdeckt, es wird nochmal 300 Euro teurer. Und heute wirds natürlich nicht mehr fertig. Mit Glück morgen mittag (dann könnte ich wenigstens trotzdem noch los fahren)
    Und weniger als 16 Tage bis zur Prüfung

    ~I'm going slighlty mad~

    Hallo Steffi, schön dich zu sehen!!

    Ich hüpf dann mal weiter hektisch durchs Haus auf der Suche nach meinen Sachen...
    #180Author easy (238884) 08 Jan 08, 15:49
    Und aus dem Chaos sprach eine Stimme zu mir: "Lächle und sei froh, es könnte schlimmer kommen!"
    Und so lächelte ich und war froh..

    ..und es kam schlimmer!

    Ach easy: soll ich helfen? Chaos kann ich auch total gut!
    #181Author Waringham (384862) 08 Jan 08, 15:54
    Danke =)

    Im Moment nehm ich es kichernd auf (Galgenhumor). Mal sehen, was als nächstes kommt.
    Bis später
    #182Author easy (238884) 08 Jan 08, 16:10
    Mache jetzt hier Feierabend.. Habe jetzt eine Stunde lang mit verschiedenen Bildformaten gekämpft.. zwar gewonnen, habe aber trotzdem keine Lust mehr.. außerdem muß ich noch das Treppenhaus putzen 8(

    #183Author Waringham (384862) 08 Jan 08, 17:32
    A very happy wednesday morning people. A belated happy new year Steffie, all the best for 2008. Wari, what did I do yesterday evening ? I had a very exciting "Vereins" meeting (not) it's one of the things one has to put up with if you wish to take part in this sort of thing :)
    Easy, hang on in there luv, with so much positive energy coming from here it can only work out for the best, either that or I'm canceliong my membership with the karma thingy.
    *chuckle* why has bunny got two black eyes - are there bunny haters around ?
    #184Authormyklausunna (236435) 09 Jan 08, 06:02
    Isi, a bit of "Napoleon XIV" with "They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa" for how you are feeling

    They're coming to take me away, ha-haaa.
    They're coming to take me away, ho-ho, hee-hee, ha-haaa.
    To the funny farm, where life is beautiful all the time and I'll be happy
    to see those nice young men in their clean white coats and they're coming
    to take me away, ha-haaa!!!
    To the happy home, with trees and flowers and chirping birds and basket
    weavers who sit and smile and twiddle their thumbs and toes and they're
    coming to take me away, ha-haa!!!
    To the funny farm, where life is beautiful all the time... (fade out)

    Ah, a classic

    #185Authormyklausunna (236435) 09 Jan 08, 07:08
    Damn, forgot the name. That's Bläck Fööss the bunny
    #186Authormyklausunna (236435) 09 Jan 08, 07:12
    Moin mykl! I just thought you could see the eyes better this way.. The kat came into the bookoholics thread yesterday and was very happy to be greeted with her bunny :)
    #187Author Waringham (384862) 09 Jan 08, 08:45
    Moin Wari, that's OK then. I would hate to think you had anything against such tasty animals.*fg*
    #188Authormyklausunna (236435) 09 Jan 08, 08:56
    I actually have never eaten bunny(Kaninchen) before..but made a bunny(Häschen) once myself.. With lotsa rosmary.. *sabber*

    Do you know how to determine the age of a bunny?
    #189Author Waringham (384862) 09 Jan 08, 09:02
    #190Author Waringham (384862) 09 Jan 08, 09:05
    Do you know how to determine the age of a bunny?
    - Cut its head off and count the rings ? *fg*
    #191Authormyklausunna (236435) 09 Jan 08, 09:09
    Nein, man erkennt es an den Zähnen..
    #192Author Waringham (384862) 09 Jan 08, 09:16
    Of course, I'm always confusing rabbits with trees.
    There's some sort of chewing gum advert running on the telly with rabbits teeth at the moment.Don't know which one though, my telly hardly ever gets the sound turned on.
    #193Authormyklausunna (236435) 09 Jan 08, 09:21
    Saw that ad on MTV yesterday.. no idea..

    Du erkennst übrigens das Alter des Kaninchens nicht an seinen Zähnen, sondern an Deinen :) Je älter, desto zäher :)
    (okay..der hat sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooon Bart)
    #194Author Waringham (384862) 09 Jan 08, 09:25
    *breaks back into LEO with a crowbar*
    It may be an old joke to you Wari, but I'd not heard it.
    Rabbit isn't as tasty as hare (there's a tasty frozen vartiety at REWE ) IMHO, and as every Chinees restaurant can probably tell you , once you've cut the back legs off a skinned rabbit looks exactly like a skinned cat *fg*
    #195Authormyklausunna (236435) 09 Jan 08, 09:50
    As we don't have rabbits in our hunting ground, I won't have to eat it.. We had a very nice (though old, too)pheasant(*lookupspelling*) between the years.. :) Am very much looking forward to hubbies next wild boar.. yummie!
    #196Author Waringham (384862) 09 Jan 08, 09:53
    Pheasant is pleasant enough, a stronger tasting chicken.Wild Boar is a very big yummy along with Bamby steaks, they even come individually wrapped (in skin) :)
    #197Authormyklausunna (236435) 09 Jan 08, 10:00
    The Pheasant Plucker song

    While walking through the country one fine and pleasant day,
    I came across a pheasant a-lying on some hay.
    She was panting and a-puffing, exhausted she did lie.
    And as I came up to her I head this moral cry:

    How many pheasants would a pheasant plucker pluck
    If a pheasant plucker could pluck a pheasant?

    Though this pheasant being quite naked, I made to turn away
    But she shouted out this story and so I had to stay.
    "The phantom pheasant plucker, he caught me by surprise
    And when I wasn't looking he stole me feathered pride."

    How many pheasants would a pheasant plucker pluck
    If a pheasant plucker could pluck pheasants?

    "He plucked me all so naked with me he had his way
    He plucked me clear to Condom[?] town and he plucked me back again
    And though at first I liked it, it went on and on and on.
    'Til that pheasant plucker's plucker felt like twelve feet long

    How many pheasants would a pheasant plucker pluck
    If a pheasant plucker could pluck pheasants?

    "In and out his plucker went. It scarcely missed a beat
    He did it standing on his head and standing on his feet
    Sideways, backwards, upside-down, all the long night through
    That bloody pleasant plucker, I swear I felt him move[?]

    How many pheasants would a pheasant plucker pluck
    If a pheasant plucker could pluck pheasants?

    So all you feathered pheasants, a warning take by me
    For a pheasant plucker's plucker is and awful sight to see
    And though you may be tempted to try the plucker's skill
    A little plucking's pleasant but a lot can make you ill.

    How many pheasants would a pheasant plucker pluck
    If a pheasant plucker could pluck pheasants?

    How many pheasants would a pheasant plucker pluck
    If a pheasant plucker could pluck pheasants?
    #198Authormyklausunna (236435) 09 Jan 08, 10:08
    Mhh..they look more like this around here...
    #199Author Waringham (384862) 09 Jan 08, 10:10
    With a built-in hat stand.How useful
    #200Authormyklausunna (236435) 09 Jan 08, 10:13
    ~They're coming to take me away-hay-HAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY~

    GOOD morning

    ein Pudu, wat süß :)
    Der einzige Fasan, den ich je gegessen hatte, war mit Schrot geschossen und ich hab als erstes auf ne Schrotkugel gebissen. Autsch und BÄH!

    Ui, Mykl, kennst Du das lustige Trinkspiel, wo man seinem Vorredner nachplappern muß? Und wenn man sich verspricht, muß man trinken?
    Es fängt leicht an mit:
    One fat hen
    One fat hen and a couple of ducks
    und geht dann immer weiter mit
    One fat hen and a couple of ducks, three running hares, four brown bears, five fat females, fixing for a fight, six sock cutters, cockily cutting socks, seven sicilian see-men, sailing the seven seas, eight pheasant-pluckers, I'm not a pheasant plucker, I'm a pheasant-plucker's son and I'm only plucking pheasants till the pheasant plucker's come.

    Hat mir mein Freund im breitesten Yorkshire Dialekt vorgetragen und nachplappern lassen. Großer Spaß :)
    #201Author easy (238884) 09 Jan 08, 10:16
    Oh, Mann,

    sea-men,sea, SEA, SEA
    #202Author easy (238884) 09 Jan 08, 10:19
    Hi easy, which is why you should use a metal detector before cooking pheasant and why also Pheasant isn't all that popular in restaurants. I've played that game - with a slight twist - all done in rhythm (clap twice with your hands on your thighs and once "normal" and repeat).Keeping in rhythm is harder as remembering the names.
    #203Authormyklausunna (236435) 09 Jan 08, 10:25
    Oh, fun :)
    Aber dann klingt es nach "We will rock you" von Queen, oder? ;)

    Well, I'm off to take a shower now. Then grab the rest of my stuff ...about two basket-fulls of clothes, staple it all up to the ceiling in the hall and wait for the garage to call. Oh, no, I 've got to go to the hospital as well and say good-bye to my almost sister-in-law.

    Well, talk to you all some other time (Knowing me probably in about an hour *ggg*). BYEEEEEE

    #204Author easy (238884) 09 Jan 08, 10:31
    Hi and bye, easy..

    As my hubbie shot the pheasant and I "undressed" him, it was pretty save (actually you can see where the shot got in..) And I admit that I took the one who obviously had a wing shot.. Anyway.. still more than an hour to go to lunch.. and I'm hungry now!!
    #205Author Waringham (384862) 09 Jan 08, 10:59
    Hah, see, here I am again :)
    I'm hungry, too. And my car is still not ready!!!

    *gröl* ROFL!
    GANZ meine Meinung ^^
    #206Author easy (238884) 09 Jan 08, 12:31

    Guckt mal, was ich im testfaden gelernt habe *stolzbin*

    für easy )
    #207Author Waringham (384862) 09 Jan 08, 12:36
    uiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! Das ist TOLL!
    Das will ich auch können =)

    Muß ich mir gleich mal durchlesen...
    #208Author easy (238884) 09 Jan 08, 12:40
    You've managed to learn more than I have Wari, but it's nice to see that our garden pets are doing well.
    #209Authormyklausunna (236435) 09 Jan 08, 12:46
    #210Authormyklausunna (236435) 09 Jan 08, 12:55
    Yes, they've grown a lot!
    #211Author Waringham (384862) 09 Jan 08, 12:57
    #212Author Waringham (384862) 09 Jan 08, 12:58
    I must be bored, ISO 3103, NOW I know they're wasting time and money.
    #213Authormyklausunna (236435) 09 Jan 08, 13:00
    Wari, now you're just showing off.*ggg*
    #214Authormyklausunna (236435) 09 Jan 08, 13:01
    Wat es nich all gibt...
    DAS Bielefeld-T-Shirt muß ich haben *g*
    So. Middaaach
    #215Author easy (238884) 09 Jan 08, 13:12
    Enjoy your lunch Isi, I get to go home now (got a couple of things to do today) I'll see ya. (when I get my glasses fixed)
    Till the morn.
    #216Authormyklausunna (236435) 09 Jan 08, 13:18

    Irgendwann kriegen wir euch (nein nicht mit Danone, zum Besuch in Bielefeld)
    #217Author Mafi (236280) 09 Jan 08, 13:18
    Wari, now you're just showing off.*ggg* SCNR..

    Sach mal (ich trau mich gar nicht, das im Denglisch-Faden zu fragen) wie spricht man denn Worcestershire Sauce richtig aus?
    Dachte immer Worcester=Wuuster, also Wuuster-scheh..
    #218Author Waringham (384862) 09 Jan 08, 13:19
    Hi, Mafi..long time no see! Geht's Dir gut? Irgendwelche guten Vorsätze?? :)
    #219Author Waringham (384862) 09 Jan 08, 13:21
    Mit kurzem u, nicht mit langem

    Und die Grafschaft Wusstascha (also, dieses umgedreht e in Lautschrift)
    #220Author easy (238884) 09 Jan 08, 13:24
    Ja, aber.. es ist doch nicht Worcestersauce, sondern Worcestershiresauce, oder? (Gleich habe ich einen Knoten in den Fingern..) Also Wussta-scha-sohs?? Oder ich nehme einfach Maggi..
    #221Author Waringham (384862) 09 Jan 08, 13:34
    @Waringham: Tach auch! Mir geht's gut, danke der Nachfrage. Vorsätze fürs neue Jahr? Nö, habe ich nicht. Du?

    Zu der Soße: Da hat mir meine Englischlehrerin ja damals tatsächlich die richtige Aussprache beigebracht *freu*
    Nur versteht dann meistens keiner was man meint...
    #222Author Mafi (236280) 09 Jan 08, 14:42
    Vorsätze? Was ist das? ;)
    #223Author Waringham (384862) 09 Jan 08, 14:44
    Keine Ahnung, aber Du hast doch gefragt. Also nahm ich an, Du wüsstest auch, was das ist. ^^
    #224Author Mafi (236280) 09 Jan 08, 14:52
    Comment hört immer wieder davon, besonders rund um den Jahreswechsel.. aber gesehen hat die wohl noch keiner.. ^o^
    #225Author Waringham (384862) 09 Jan 08, 15:02
    #226Author Waringham (384862) 09 Jan 08, 17:03
    Von mir auch einen schönen Feierabend!
    Bis demnächst
    #227Author Mafi (236280) 09 Jan 08, 17:27
    G'day people, a very happy thursday to one and all.Wari, there are enough people in England that can't pronounce Worcestershire properly, I'd go for sth. like Wuster-scha or Wuster-scheh (with the English w and the short u-as Isi said-that's the yorkshire influence)
    #228Authormyklausunna (236435) 10 Jan 08, 05:57
    Moin, mykl.. I also find it hard to understand that Leicester is "Lester", while Lancaster is "Länkäster".. But anyway I don't think German is an easy language, too. I think it's just easier to be understood in English without a lot of knowledge about tenses, declination and stuff..
    #229Author Waringham (384862) 10 Jan 08, 08:12
    Sth. to read at breadfast:
    ADULT: A person who has stopped growing at both ends and is now growing in the middle.
    AMNESIA: condition that enables a woman who has gone through labor to have sex again.
    BALDERDASH: A rapidly receding hairline.
    COFFEE: A person who is coughed upon.
    COMPROMISE: The art of dividing a cake in such a way that everybody believes he got the biggest piece.
    DIPLOMAT: A person who tells you to go to hell in such a way that you actually look forward to the trip.
    Etc: A sign to make others believe that you know more than you actually do
    EXPERIENCE : The name men give to their mistakes.
    GRANDPARENTS: The people who think your children are wonderful even though they're sure you're not raising them right.
    KISSING: A means of getting two people so close together that they can't see anything wrong with each other.
    NAIL POLISH: Part of an assortment of make-up items such as lipstick, eyeliner, blush etc. which ironically make Mom look better while making her young daughter look "like a tramp."
    PROFESSOR: Someone who talks in someone else's sleep.
    SCHOOL TEACHER: A disillusioned person who used to think that he liked children.
    STERILIZE: What you do to your first baby's dummy by boiling it and to your last baby's dummy by blowing on it.
    TOMORROW: One of the greatest labor saving devices of today.
    VEGETARIAN: Old Indian word for bad hunter.
    VUJA DE: The Feeling You've Never Been Here.

    Medical Definitions
    Artery: The study of paintings.
    Bacteria: Back door to cafeteria.
    Cauterize: Made eye contact with her.
    Dilate: To live long.
    Genital: Non-Jewish person.
    Impotent: Distinguished, well known.
    Nitrates: Cheaper than day.
    Urine: Opposite of you're out.
    Vein: Conceited

    #230Authormyklausunna (236435) 10 Jan 08, 08:15
    #231Author Waringham (384862) 10 Jan 08, 08:19
    Hi Wari, I didn't hear you come in. Lets face it, English is famous for having words that aren't spoken as they are written.It's how we identify the foreigners.*fg*
    #232Authormyklausunna (236435) 10 Jan 08, 08:20
    Another town that springs to mind is Towcester and that is pronouncedas toaster
    #233Authormyklausunna (236435) 10 Jan 08, 08:39
    And the people from Towcester are "Toasts", then? I like that about english..makes it very interesting..
    #234Author Waringham (384862) 10 Jan 08, 08:46
    Ahhh, that sort of game :)OK then, if a vegetarian eats vegetables, What does a humanitarian eat ?
    #235Authormyklausunna (236435) 10 Jan 08, 08:52
    Reinhard Mey
    Von Kammerjägern Klarsichthüllen Von Dir Und Von Mir

    Der Kammerjäger jagt Kammer,
    der Jammerlappen lappt Jammer,
    der Landstreicher streicht Land,
    der Brandstifter stiftet Brand.
    Die Klarsichthülle hüllt Klarsicht,
    und die Zierpflanze pflanzt Zier.
    Nur ich rühre mich gar nicht
    vor Sehnsucht nach dir.

    Der Dauerbrenner brennt Dauer,
    der Sauerbraten brät sauer,
    der Mitwisser weiß mit,
    und der Bittsteller stellt bitt.
    Der Gerichtsvollzieher zieht gerichtsvoll,
    und der Briefschlitz schlitzt Brief.
    Nur ich weiß nicht,was ich soll,
    ohne dich geht alles schief.

    Der Würdenträger trägt Würden,
    der Hürdenläufer läuft Hürden,
    der Lückenbüßer büßt Lücken,
    und der Brückenpfeiler pfeilt Brücken.
    Der Heckenschütze schützt Hecken,
    und der Beckenbauer baut Becken.

    Der Heimatdichter dichtet Heimat,
    der Heiratsschwindler schwindelt Heirat,
    der Feinschmecker schmeckt fein,
    der Einsiedler siedelt ein.
    Der Wichtigtigtuer tut wichtig,
    selbst die Stichprobe probt stich.
    Ich tu´ nur eins,aber richtig,
    nämlich:Ich liebe dich.
    ich tu´ nur eins,aber richtig:
    Ich liebe dich.
    #236Author Waringham (384862) 10 Jan 08, 08:55
    *chuckle* Nice one Wari *gg*
    #237Authormyklausunna (236435) 10 Jan 08, 09:01
    And just to make things difficult Towcester (toaster) has a rugby team "the Towcesterians" which would be "the toe - cestarians"
    #238Authormyklausunna (236435) 10 Jan 08, 09:09
    Damn, now we've got to eat a tin of quality street that my work mate has just dumped on the table.
    #239Authormyklausunna (236435) 10 Jan 08, 09:29
    Shall I help.. die sind echt lecker..
    #240Author Waringham (384862) 10 Jan 08, 09:35
    Seems to be a hard job to finish that tin? Are you "fudged" all over by now?
    #241Author Waringham (384862) 10 Jan 08, 11:08
    *chuckle* Just about, he cheated you know.There were two tins of contents, the rest were in a plastic bag *sigh* We've been munching for nearly two hours and they don't seem to be getting any less.Still, we're doing our best and I've still got two hours till I go home *g*
    #242Authormyklausunna (236435) 10 Jan 08, 11:38
    my thoughts are with you! keep going!
    #243Author Waringham (384862) 10 Jan 08, 11:44
    It's a rotten job, but so. has to do it *g* Thankyou for your kind thoughts in this hour of tight trouser waistlines.
    #244Authormyklausunna (236435) 10 Jan 08, 11:52
    Du schaffst das..und Hosen mit Gummizug sind sooo praktisch *fg*

    Mache mich gleich vom Acker.. bis irgendwann später..
    #245Author Waringham (384862) 10 Jan 08, 12:12
    See you later (if I'm still here).Thanks to you this old dog has had to learn a new trick
    #246Authormyklausunna (236435) 10 Jan 08, 12:19
    Well done, mykl. Bye!
    #247Author Waringham (384862) 10 Jan 08, 12:32
    Jetzt aber wirklich: Bye!
    #248Author Waringham (384862) 10 Jan 08, 12:53
    Ich auch.
    Till the morn.
    #249Authormyklausunna (236435) 10 Jan 08, 13:56
    A very happy friday people, it's weeeekkkeeennnddd again. (well nearly)

    Finally the weekend's come
    And everything is goin' down
    Nine to five and now it's time
    For me to get around
    Good poppin' ain't no stoppin' everybody's in the mood
    Mind blowin' once you feel the music startin' to get to you
    Disco nights, party lights, it's all good for me

    1 - Thank God it's Friday
    Party lights, Friday night feelin' right
    It's a party
    Thank God it's Friday
    Party lights, Friday night feelin' right
    It's a party

    Throw your hands up
    If you're ready to get down and jam tonight
    Music's got ya jumpin'
    And you're feeling not a care tonight
    Keep goin' don't you stop
    Just let this volume get in you
    Take some time out for yourself
    And let this Friday get to you
    Disco nights, party lights
    It's all good for me

    Repeat 1

    Oh God, thank you for Friday
    Oh thank you heavenly Father
    Oooo so many people lookin', lookin' for the spot
    There's a party over here
    So many people lookin' for the party spot
    If you find it
    Let me know and I'll be there until I drop
    Valet parking at the club
    It lets you know it's Friday night
    People swayin', music playin'
    And this weekend feels so right, yeah [R. Kelly]
    #250Authormyklausunna (236435) 11 Jan 08, 05:55
    Well, I can't hang around here chatting with you lot all day, I've got a weekend to go to.Have fun everxbody and until next week.
    #251Authormyklausunna (236435) 11 Jan 08, 11:40
    Bye, mykl.

    Mir ist grad eher nach
    "I hate a lot of things
    I hate a lot of people that are lame
    I like to hate stuff
    Cause then I don't have to try and make
    A change
    I hate teachers
    I hate school
    I hate the cheerleaders
    And anyone who's cool
    I hate the office
    I hate the Quad
    Don't wanna learn nothing
    I want to be a slob

    It's cool to hate
    It's cool to hate
    I don't like nothing and I like that fine
    It's cool to hate
    It's cool to hate
    I don't like nothing and I like that fine
    I don't like nothing and like that fine
    Yeah I hate everything
    I even hate you too
    So fuck you

    I'm always thinking bad
    I never have nothing good to say
    I'd rather tear things down
    Than build them up
    It's easier that way
    I hate the jocks
    And I hate the geeks
    I hate the trendies
    But I also hate the freaks
    I hate Doc Martens
    And Muscle T's
    I'm only happy when I'm in my misery

    It's cool to hate
    It's cool to hate
    Liking something's just a waste of time
    It's cool to hate
    It's cool to hate
    Liking something's just a waste of time
    Liking something's just a waste of time
    Yeah I hate everything
    I even hate me too
    So fuck you

    It's cool to hate
    It's cool to hate
    It's cool to hate
    It's cool to hate

    I'll cut you down and give you lip
    Being positive's so unhip
    I'll cut you down cause I'm a fool
    Being positive's so uncool
    Being positive's so uncool
    Being positive's so uncool"
    von Offspring ^^

    Es ist schön, weider in München zu sein, aber es war die traurigste Heimfahrt, die ich je hatte, so nur mit meiner Mutter mir nachwinkend... =(

    Und dann habe ich erstmal Niesanfälle in meiner Wohnung bekommen, in der ich ja seit eeinem halben Jahr nicht mehr geputzt habe. Was ja verständlich ist. Aber als ich meine Mikrowelle augemacht habe, dachte ich nur: Was ist denn hier drin explodiert? Kann mich gar nicht erinnern, dass ich so ein Schwein bin und die so zurückgelassen habe... Muß ich aber wohl gemacht haben.
    Ich gelobe hiermit Besserung (und das ist kein Neujahrsvorsatz...)
    aaanach meinen Prüfungen wenugstens *ggg*
    #252Author easy (238884) 11 Jan 08, 12:17
    Moin, Moin, everybody.
    Easy, schön, daß Du heile in M angekommen bist!!
    #253Author Waringham (384862) 14 Jan 08, 08:39
    A very happy monday people. *chuckle* There's a lot of truth in there Isi (in my case).Glad to hear that you arrived "home" ok even if it wasn't quite as you remembered leaving it.
    #254Authormyklausunna (236435) 14 Jan 08, 08:58
    Hi, mykl.. A-bit-later-shift this week!?
    I'm still at home "working".. Have to give a talk (to gather some credit-points) at my University in Göttingen this evening.. Still fighting with Powerpoint..but I seem to be winning :) Off to the north tomorrow morning..
    #255Author Waringham (384862) 14 Jan 08, 10:20
    *chuckle* My my, you do get around-don't you.Yeah, a bit later shift, now that christmas is done with and the order books aren't as full my working day only runs till around 4:30 instead of 7pm.
    #256Authormyklausunna (236435) 14 Jan 08, 10:34
    Yep..I get pretty much around.. Though I would prefer other places.. :(
    #257Author Waringham (384862) 14 Jan 08, 11:08
    Why ? Göttingen is a nice place to be isn't it ?Even if it's only for a visit. I could think of worse places (and a few possibly better)to be.
    #258Authormyklausunna (236435) 14 Jan 08, 11:31
    Sure..Göttingen is much nicer than many other places.. (Bielefeld e.g.)
    #259Author Waringham (384862) 14 Jan 08, 11:33
    *räusper* *gg*
    #260Author Mafi (236280) 14 Jan 08, 11:53
    So, that't me for today.. Off to GÖ.. and back pretty late.. See you tomorrow around noon!
    #261Author Waringham (384862) 14 Jan 08, 12:05
    Hi Mafi, bye Wari. Catch you tomorrow
    #262Authormyklausunna (236435) 14 Jan 08, 12:33
    A very happy tuesday morning to one and all. Another nursery rhyme that doesn't meet todays PC standards.;)

    Monday's child is fair of face.
    Tuesday's child is full of grace.
    Wednesday's child is full of woe.
    Thursday's child has far to go.
    Friday's child is loving and giving.
    Saturday's child works hard for a living,
    But the child who is born on the Sabbath Day
    Is bonny and blithe and good and gay.
    #263Authormyklausunna (236435) 15 Jan 08, 07:51
    Guten Morgen!! :-)
    #264AuthorFräulein_Dinkel (345673) 15 Jan 08, 09:02
    Moin Steffie, I hope you are well today.
    #265Authormyklausunna (236435) 15 Jan 08, 09:12
    quite tired, quite well..
    and you? read about your quality street feast ;-) did you cope with it?
    #266AuthorFräulein_Dinkel (345673) 15 Jan 08, 09:15
    *chuckle* Yes I coped. As I was ill in november I lost 4 kilos weight but thankfully I've now found them again (they were hiding under my shirt all along)
    #267Authormyklausunna (236435) 15 Jan 08, 09:52
    You must have been really ill, then ;-(
    Last week I went to see the doctor who forced me not only to put foot on the äh Waage but also to have a look and tell him my weight. this has been avoided for ages. what a day.
    some quality street thingis left for me?????
    #268AuthorFräulein_Dinkel (345673) 15 Jan 08, 10:40
    Sorry Steffie, all gone now :( But we needed help, there were about 5Kgs of the bloody things and after two days we gave up and distributed the remains to the needy.(for needy read: anyone under 100 Kg body weight)
    #269Authormyklausunna (236435) 15 Jan 08, 10:47
    related discussion: Tatort

    Steffie, was it you that liked to listen to books in the car, or am I crossing names ?
    #270Authormyklausunna (236435) 15 Jan 08, 10:53
    Guten Morgen!

    @Frl.: Und? War das, was die Waage anzeigte denn so schrecklich? Kann ich mir nicht vorstellen.
    #271Author Mafi (236280) 15 Jan 08, 11:02
    Moin Mafi, scales are 'orrible things, they confirm that which we already know from wearing (too tight) trousers/whatever.*fg*
    And full length mirrors are another no-no, mine is "covered up" to protect the innocent - me!
    #272Authormyklausunna (236435) 15 Jan 08, 11:10
    yes, it is me! thanks for the hint! aber hörspiele sind nicht so meins...nicht ernshaft genug *ggg* aber ich probiers mal aus!

    hi mafi!
    na, was heisst schon schrecklich. wie mykl sagt, man weiss ja eigentlich eh, was sache ist. aber so schwarz auf weiss....
    man ist halt keine 20 mehr *seufz*
    #273AuthorFräulein_Dinkel (345673) 15 Jan 08, 11:24
    *gg* ja mit 20 Jahren hatte ich auch ein anderes Gewicht als heute.
    #274Author Mafi (236280) 15 Jan 08, 12:07
    jaha, da haben wir ja auch noch ein ganz anderes LEBEN geführt... (nicht, dass ich mich daran noch erinnern könnte....)
    #275AuthorFräulein_Dinkel (345673) 15 Jan 08, 13:36
    Anybody would think it was a long time ago *fg* When I was 20 years old "Kojak" was number 1 in the hit parade :(
    #276Authormyklausunna (236435) 15 Jan 08, 13:44
    you see, I am that old that I could not find kojak on the list... where are my glasses?? can't find them...

    sch... alter...
    ist das wetter heute nicht toll? ;-) *abruptdasthemawechsel*
    #277AuthorFräulein_Dinkel (345673) 15 Jan 08, 14:25
    Bussis für alle dalass
    #278Author easy (238884) 15 Jan 08, 14:27
    It's his real name Telly Savalas - If, 2 Wochen (2. März - 15. März)

    Hi Isi, bye Isi.
    #279Authormyklausunna (236435) 15 Jan 08, 14:39
    ok, thanks. And you really can remember this song? ;-)

    hi easy! und tschüss ;-)

    #280AuthorFräulein_Dinkel (345673) 15 Jan 08, 15:25
    *sigh* Unfotunatly, I can remember the melody of every single in the bloody list. It doesn't actualy feel like over 30 years ago(time is a bit funny in that aspect).But it was.*another deep sigh*
    #281Authormyklausunna (236435) 15 Jan 08, 15:32
    BUT you were part of the amazing 60ies, experienced the drug-gesättigten 70ies! great! that must be wonderful!! *ggg*
    #282AuthorFräulein_Dinkel (345673) 15 Jan 08, 15:36
    Didn't get round to doing much drug experimenting-much too busy getting drunk.There's probably more of a drug culture in Germany today as there was in England in the 60/70's (outside the major cities).The music was pretty cool, it was always worth going into the record shop, most of what we now know was then still new (well in style anyway).Groups changed their type of music almost weekly as different group members came and went and it was often a bit of a lottery finding the type of music you liked (no Internet until the 90s).On the whole the 60s in the north of England were pretty grim, we were still getting over the war there, high unemployment, poor schooling - much the same as today *fg*Things brightened up a great deal in the 70s, 'cause I left to seek my forture in the big wide world, and the rest is history (well it is to me anyway)
    #283Authormyklausunna (236435) 15 Jan 08, 15:58
    So, enough of the past, I'm going home into the future.
    #284Authormyklausunna (236435) 15 Jan 08, 16:35
    ja, ich bin halt auch schon alt genug um die Vergangenheit zu verklären.... hab diese Woche ein Fragment eines Berichts über Liverpool gesehen, einst und jetzt, "ja, was haben wir denn ausser den Beatles".... scrary ;-)

    ja, dann einen schönen Feierabend!
    #285AuthorFräulein_Dinkel (345673) 15 Jan 08, 17:04
    A very happy wednesday morning people.
    Wednesday is the third day of the week in most western countries and the fourth day of the week in the Judeo-Christian calendar, between Tuesday and Thursday. The name comes from the Middle English Wednes dei, which is from Old English Wēdnes dæg, meaning the day of the Germanic god Woden (Wodan) who was a god of the Anglo-Saxons in England until about the 7th century. Wēdnes dæg is like the Old Norse Oðinsdagr ("Odin's day"), which is an early translation of the Latin dies Mercurii ("Mercury's day"), though Mercury (the messenger of the gods) and Woden (the king of the Germanic gods) are not equivalent in most regards.
    Steffie, this year Liverpool is the European Capital of Culture celebrations (The European Capital of Culture is a city designated by the European Union for a period of one year during which it is given a chance to showcase its cultural life and cultural development. A number of European cities have used the City of Culture year to transform their cultural base and, in doing so, the way in which they are viewed internationally.) Unfortunatly when they were voted "in" around 5 years ago they neglected to secure or plan a budget for this honour. The town has now got itself into some very heavy debts and are "begging" the Government to bail them out of their ineptitude* [*not able to do something; not proficient; displaying incompetence] In 2010 this "honour" falls on the "Pott" with Essen, Unna (and a couple of other towns) competing for the privilege of going bankrupt.
    #286Authormyklausunna (236435) 16 Jan 08, 08:13
    Good morning, mykl!
    thanks for the explanation. seems to be like with the Buga here in Germany... heard some reports on the complaints of the city in Saxony claiming money not only for the work done for the Buga but also for the work to be done in the future to maintain some of the installations/parks and so ...

    f... cold in my office today. have to drink hot milk - cannot stand coffee today...

    war gestern abend so schlechter laune, dass ich mir dschungelcamp angesehen habe - selten war mir so schlecht bei einer sendung. wie die dame den känguruhhoden verschlungen hat.. muss schon bei der erinnerung daran würgen. BAEH.
    #287AuthorFräulein_Dinkel (345673) 16 Jan 08, 10:58
    Wußtet ihr schon, dass bei der TPA 1, der tiefen palmaren Anästhesie bei diagnostischer Leitungsanästhesie beim Pferd als erstes der Nervus digitalis palmaris palmaris lateralis (und medialis), der ein Ast des Nervus medianus ist, betäubt wird?
    Ich auch nicht, SOLLTE ICH ABER!

    Beim Krokodil gibt es keine Leitungsanästhesien. Die werden ja auch nicht geritten


    und jetzt bin ich grad sinnbefreit am Pferd lernen (wo ich doch allergisch gegen diese Scheiß-Viecher bin, aber das interessiert ja n Toten), und krieg dann wahrscheinlich doch Kleintier in der Prüfung. Oder mein Antihistamonikum versagt und ich sinke tot im anaphyllaktischen Schock neben dem Pferd darnieder


    Ist das Känguruh gefragt worden, ob es seinen Hoden abgeben wollte?

    #288Author easy (238884) 16 Jan 08, 11:14
    Hi Steffie, I hope the f... was short for "Ferdammt" *fg* I'm sure there are more of these super "political" ideas when so. says "wouldn't it be great if...".THEY don't have to worry about financing it, the tax payer will do that-and they don't pay taxes either.We pay these idiots a small fortune to spend small fortunes that we don't have-all in the name of politics.*chuckle* If these telly programms make you sick, why do you watch them ? A useless fact: the brain shows more activity when asleep than when we watch the majority of telly programms. (and we NEVER learn from them) If we learnt from watching these things we would all by now be 5 star chefs/cooks 'cause about 10% of all programms are about cooking (or seem to be to me)
    #289Authormyklausunna (236435) 16 Jan 08, 11:17
    I learnt something: I will never ever eat känguruh hoden. it was one of those things: I even switched (?) to another programm - but HAD to go back to the hoden. ES WAR WIE EIN ZWANG

    politics - so much to say about it... I'd like to be paid like them but on the other hand I would not like to work all the hours on evenings and weekends they have to...
    #290AuthorFräulein_Dinkel (345673) 16 Jan 08, 11:23
    Hi easy, they asked the kangaroo, but they couldn't understand the high-pitched squeeky answer.*fg*
    Hang on in there, days to do are getting few.I wouldn't suggest you mention to the examiners that "PFERDE SIND ZUM ESSEN DA!!!" they may misunderstand you.
    #291Authormyklausunna (236435) 16 Jan 08, 11:25
    hi easy,
    hab dein posting übersehen (soviel zu der gestern angesprochenen altersproblematik...)
    ja, halte durch!! wenn tatsächlich pferd darankommt, bist du von deinen medikamenten so gedopt, dass alles nur so flutscht! ;-)
    ist das tatsächlich eine praktische prüfung? oder nur - unter anderem - ein praktischer teil??

    yeah, quite sure they asked him before... perhaps he even wanted it - there might be how do you call it transgender kangaroos??? now he had a nice little surgery and a new haircolor (pinkish) and is passing the best time of his/her life now?
    #292AuthorFräulein_Dinkel (345673) 16 Jan 08, 11:34
    A man travels to Spain and goes to a Madrid restaurant for a late dinner. He orders the house special and he is brought a plate with potatoes, corn, and two large meaty objects. "What's this?" he asks. "Cojones, senor," the waiter replies. "What are cojones?" the man asks. "Cojones," the waiter explains, "are the testicles of the bull who lost at the arena this afternoon."
    At first the man is disgusted, but being the adventurous type, he decides to try this local delicacy. To his amazement, it is quite delicious. In fact, it is so good that he decides to come back again the next night and order it again. After dinner the man informed the waiter that these were better than the pair he had the previous afternoon but the portion was much smaller.

    0 "Senor," the waiter explains, "the bull does not lose every time."

    There are recipes from all over the world for this sort of thing

    #293Authormyklausunna (236435) 16 Jan 08, 11:36
    Shame, I know some lovely recipes ^^ with red wine =)
    noch alles dran *g*

    see you all later, I'll try to get back to my books...
    #294Author easy (238884) 16 Jan 08, 11:37
    I do not know if it makes any difference for ME but in the show yesterday, the balls were just cut down from its owner, uncooked and still in their fur umhüllung. you have to remove them first, and then... aaaaaaaaaaaaargh... have to get some fresh air........
    #295AuthorFräulein_Dinkel (345673) 16 Jan 08, 11:42
    ICH? Nehm MEDIKAMENTE? *flöt*

    Und ich meinte recipes für Pferd, NICHT für Hoden *würg*

    Im Schlachthof glaubten die da arbeitenden Männer ja auch immer, man könnte uns Tiermedizinstudentinnen schocken. Mir würde als erstes ein noch warmer Bullenhoden angereicht. Ich hab ihn mir interessiert angeguckt und dachte mir: Ich hatte schon schlimmeres in den Händen. Als mir dann noch der Bullenschniedel angereicht wurde habe ich dankend abgelehnt. In dieser riesigen Halle weiß man nämlich nichtm, wohin man das Teil dann weitergeben soll... Kann man ja schlecht in den Papiermüll werfen...

    Steffi, es ist ein praktischer Teil (also, man bekommt einen Patienten mit Vorbericht und muß den untersuchen und sagen, was man gefunden hat und wie man weiter vorgehen würde) und dann noch ne mündliche Prüfung mit fiesen Fragen =(
    #296Author easy (238884) 16 Jan 08, 11:43
    Bastelt irgendwer n neuen Faden?!!!

    #297Author easy (238884) 16 Jan 08, 11:45
    männer und ihre scherze. da brauch man als frau manchmal starke nerven (und gute gesichtsmuskeln, wenn man gerne mitlachen, es sich aber nicht so gut machen würde...)

    ich dachte echt, du meinst hodenrezepte! *ggg*

    hilft es dir, wenn ich verrate, dass ich alle arten von prüfungen schrecklich finde, und mündliche erst recht? dafür kann ich dir all meine guten nerven schicken - die nervosität behalt ich hier!

    kann keinen neuen faden ;-( da würde mir sicher auch nur was zum thema übelkeit und hoden einfallen...
    #298AuthorFräulein_Dinkel (345673) 16 Jan 08, 11:50
    We have moved
    #299Authormyklausunna (236435) 16 Jan 08, 12:01
    thanks, mykl, bist ein schatz ;-)
    #300AuthorFräulein_Dinkel (345673) 16 Jan 08, 12:03
    This thread has been closed.
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