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Old 08-10-2012, 12:48 AM   #286
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What in the hell is a parma?
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Did I know this? I can't believe you took three years. I've been teaching myself Sanskrit for fun in my free time. It is difficult for sure, and I love using examples from it when my students complain about Latin being hard. I can say this for sure...if I hadn't had Latin and Greek first, I don't know if I could even make sense of Sanskrit. Moving back from Latin to Greek to Sanskrit, though, is working out well for me.
My Sanskrit teacher also taught the Latin and Greek classes at CSULB. He was famous for correcting the translations of the Hare Krishnas that accosted him at the airport when he first arrived in LA from Australia. He was a wonderful, dear man.

Also, my Sanskrit counted as my second language for my elementary teaching credential. They had to call Sacramento, but it counted!

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A parmy.
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A parmy.
That helps.

*googles* Oh, Chicken or eggplant parmesan. delicious.
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I'm confused, did someone deliver chicken parmesan to Cobbler? You have chicken parmesan delivery in Australia?
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I'm confused, did someone deliver chicken parmesan to Cobbler? You have chicken parmesan delivery in Australia?
I was at the pub for lunch.
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I make a respectable chicken parma.

Damn it, Cobbler, now I'm hungry.
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I was at the pub for lunch.
Lunch? It's like 1 in the morning, silly
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So I went to zumba tonight, guys.

I've never heard the words "MR. WORLDWIDE!" so many times in a one-hour span of time.
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It saddens me that chicken parmigiana is not a well-known and much-loved global phenomenon.
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I've never heard the words "MR. WORLDWIDE!" so many times in a one-hour span of time.
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It saddens me that chicken parmigiana is not a well-known and much-loved global phenomenon.
Me too. I might hate pavlova and vegemite but the chicken parma is an institution.
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You mean like a piece of breaded chicken with spaghetti sauce and cheese slopped all over it? We have that
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