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#252 Sep 10 2010 at 10:01 AM Rating: Excellent
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Callu wrote:
I want cookies and a cuppa tea


Excellent, you'll fit right in. Welcome. :)
#253 Sep 10 2010 at 1:38 PM Rating: Good
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Yeah... we're pretty chill people.

Just... don't get between our characters and herbs.
(All Priests are herbalists, it almost never fails.)
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#254 Sep 10 2010 at 5:05 PM Rating: Excellent
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NorthAI the Hand wrote:
Yeah... we're pretty chill people.

Just... don't get between our characters and herbs.
(All Priests are herbalists, it almost never fails.)


None of my priests are herbalists. Unless you're speaking euphemistically, in which case... none of my priests are herbalists then either.
#255 Sep 11 2010 at 3:02 AM Rating: Good
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Ssshhhh.... don't break the spell.
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#256 Sep 11 2010 at 9:50 PM Rating: Good
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Callu wrote:
cuppa tea

England? Just a guess, but I don't think I've heard anyone else on the planet say "cuppa", it's usually "Cup Of"

Edited for Grammar

Edited, Sep 11th 2010 11:51pm by Sgriob
#257 Sep 13 2010 at 2:05 AM Rating: Decent
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yup, British, and my priest is a herbalist too...

thanks for the warm welcome
#258 Sep 13 2010 at 6:48 PM Rating: Good
I say cuppa, too!

Which reminds me, today I told a Danish guy I know that I think talking to him is brilliant. He wasn't sure how to take it and was like "Are you talking British?", and when I told him I though he was a lovely person he asked me if I was being sarcastic, because apparently that is the only way such a word would be used in Denmark. Or Fyn. Or something.

Oh Britain <3.


Anyway, I think it is funny how anyone would deduct from two Danish words that I might be Norwegian. Which gives me reason to have another project in the near future (what with written Norwegian being quite manageable and all that). North, you should add me on Facebook, I always put up random stuff in random languages. Today I put up agudådådaa, and Mazra got insulted because it isn't a word. Then I learned how to say more nasty things in Danish. It is sad that 95% of the Danish I've learned is nasty.
#259 Sep 14 2010 at 5:11 AM Rating: Good
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*lighs a cigarette*

The words were Norwegian as well. Danish and Norwegian written language is close enough that it can be interchanged for the most part. The spoken language... not quite so much. And thanks but no thanks on the Facebook thing. I prefer my daily doses of vile evil and hate with slightly less... pastels.
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#260 Sep 14 2010 at 12:12 PM Rating: Good
Yeah, I noticed when I was in Denmark, sort of.

I was not sure how far the similarities went (I'm still not), but I like Facebook because I can pester Mazra to teach me a bit of Danish on there, and he is unfortunately the only person who teaches me not so nasty Danish - with my other Danish guys, stuff like hold kæft (you should be able to guess this) is part of the nice, polite things they teach me.

The issue is that no matter whether I want to learn Danish or Norwegian (with the latter making much less sense for me personally at the moment), I can gain no official UK qualification in either. Nor in Swedish. I don't know what is wrong with the British system. You can get college level qualifications in lots of languages I'd never even heard of before getting info on the exams. Just nothing sufficiently Scandinavian, even though that's where all the British people migrate nowadays. I hate this system, occasionally. Most of the time it is brilliant since it has enabled me to do 3 language courses on top of my science studies.
#261 Sep 14 2010 at 5:40 PM Rating: Good
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Because scandinavian people are generally really good at English the Brits won't have to bother to learn their language?
#262 Sep 14 2010 at 6:30 PM Rating: Good
But they get a chance to learn Dutch and Gujarati?
#263 Sep 14 2010 at 7:04 PM Rating: Good
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It's better to learn Dutch than to be forced to hear the horrifying accent some Dutch people have when talking English?

As for the other language... what the **** is that anyway?
#264 Sep 15 2010 at 1:20 AM Rating: Good
Actually after looking it up, the numbers make it seem reasonable.

Gujarati has 46 million speakers.
Dutch 22 million.
Danish 6 million and Norwegian 5, so I suppose they have some sort of threshold.

Doesn't mean I like it.


Oh, and Dutch accents are funny. Danish accents are more awesome, though, because they're so strange.
#265 Sep 15 2010 at 2:39 AM Rating: Good
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Where's Gujarati from then?


Also, Dutch accents are godawful.
#266 Sep 15 2010 at 3:28 AM Rating: Good
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His Excellency Aethien wrote:
Where's Gujarati from then?


Also, Dutch accents are godawful.


It is a language used on the Indian sub continent.

:P

Edited, Sep 14th 2010 11:29pm by Horsemouth
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#267 Sep 17 2010 at 7:24 PM Rating: Good
I have found a character to play in a different game that can bubble and has an AoE heal with pushback.
I'm in love.
#268 Sep 18 2010 at 3:03 AM Rating: Good
I just found out today that Aliena, who does some of the beta videos from the This Week in Warcraft, is an officer in my guild on the beta. I thought it was pretty cool, but one of the guys last night was hardcore freaking out about it. Smiley: rolleyes

Edited, Sep 18th 2010 3:04am by PigtailsOfDoom
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#269 Sep 18 2010 at 5:04 AM Rating: Good
That is pretty awesome.
#270 Sep 18 2010 at 2:18 PM Rating: Good
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The tankspot girl?

That would be pretty awesome.
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#271 Sep 18 2010 at 4:48 PM Rating: Good
Yup, the Tank Spot girl. I hadn't watched any of her videos before, but when I saw some of the links to her videos on the WoWhead blog and recognized her name, I wondered if it might be her. Then someone asked in guild chat last night and some of the older guild members confirmed that it was in fact her. Then the guy who asked started squeeing a ridiculous amount. It was kind of funny at first, but he wouldn't shut up about it. She probably gets stalked enough by other people, getting stalked by someone in your own guild is a new level of suck.
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#272 Sep 18 2010 at 7:49 PM Rating: Decent
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Well 'tails, if you want to compensate, you can tell her I don't give a **** =P
#273 Sep 24 2010 at 1:00 PM Rating: Good
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I just wanted to say that I ******* love broccoli pie.
#274 Sep 27 2010 at 7:58 AM Rating: Good
Me too, except the broccoli part. Smiley: tongue
#275 Sep 27 2010 at 9:52 AM Rating: Good
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People who don't like broccoli are stupid.
#276 Sep 27 2010 at 12:34 PM Rating: Good
I don't mind it as a garnish/accompaniment, I eat it in casseroles. But it's more like I simply tolerate its existence, and that tolerance has a limit; in the aforementioned casseroles I get to a point where I just don't even want to look at the broccoli anymore, and I'd imagine that something named "broccoli pie" is going to have the broccoli as the star of the show which means I'd probably be very tired of it after just a few bites.

Give me a good chicken pot pie with broccoli in it anyday, but just 'broccoli pie'? Don't think so.
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