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MADELEINE: Sunday Express special investigation seven years on from disappearance

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Re: MADELEINE: Sunday Express special investigation seven years on from disappearance

Post by lj on 30.04.14 19:21

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Bristow, one day you will get the bill for a new monitor! You have no idea how often I have tried to kill your avatar!

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Re: MADELEINE: Sunday Express special investigation seven years on from disappearance

Post by Guest on 30.04.14 19:35

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Châtelaine wrote:Oelewappers!   spit coffee 
Thank you, lj. Learned a new word  and am sure I'll be able to use it regularly ....

I'm off now, to find the French translation  sarcastic 

I think we can keep oelewappers too, it has that international sounds of deep failure.  

Felling better, is your fever down?

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Thanks lj. Fever down, headaches residing, but lungs still protesting ... cough, cough ... rrrrrhhh .. cough ...

I found the French word for "oelewappers" and it's again one to be used with caution, as many french words are. I am a big fan of andouilettes [or andouilles] and andouilles are .... oelewappers. So I have to be careful whenever ordering them  big grin 
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Post by Guest on 30.04.14 19:37

@lj wrote:
@bristow wrote:

Bristow, one day you will get the bill for a new monitor! You have no idea how often I have tried to kill your avatar!
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I got so used to it now, that the other day I did NOT swap a real one ...
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Re: MADELEINE: Sunday Express special investigation seven years on from disappearance

Post by lj on 01.05.14 4:23

Châtelaine wrote:
@lj wrote:
Châtelaine wrote:Oelewappers!   spit coffee 
Thank you, lj. Learned a new word  and am sure I'll be able to use it regularly ....

I'm off now, to find the French translation  sarcastic 

I think we can keep oelewappers too, it has that international sounds of deep failure.  

Felling better, is your fever down?

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Thanks lj. Fever down, headaches residing, but lungs still protesting ... cough, cough ... rrrrrhhh .. cough ...

I found the French word for "oelewappers" and it's again one to be used with caution, as many french words are. I am a big fan of  andouilettes [or andouilles] and andouilles are .... oelewappers. So I have to be careful whenever ordering them  big grin 

Good to hear, take it easy and a lot of hot grog.
I have enough trouble keeping all my languages straight. Not that I would not like to visit France! I'll keep it in my notebook. As my husband always says: the first words to learn in a new language are the words you won't learn in class.

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