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Old 09-17-2005, 07:21 PM   #496
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I call spides, spides

I say millies but sometimes I call a huge group of thugish looking girls millbags. We were driving home tonight and all of a sudden all we could see was the reflectors on about 34923842390842 pairs of trainers / gutties lighting up. My Dad was "uhoh, I predict a riot with this lot of spide louts up ahead" and then we as we got closer one spide was particularly luminous and he had hysterics about "that there spide in his urringe (orange) tracksuit, he's a geg". Sadly, West Belfast left its mark on him.

Norn Iron, Dutch, English; this thread is just an eclectic range of languages.
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Old 09-17-2005, 07:24 PM   #497
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ja meine Freundinen..das ist richtig...

add German to your list

You know there are places in West Belfast where people have never seen a guy with long hair I think i scare them
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Güten tag
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afraid of Germans are we?
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Which parts are they, the front of the road?

I know nothing in German but gutan tag, wie gehts (sp.). We were obliged to learn French at school and my Dad chose for me to study Spanish. He asked when the letter came in about the optional language what I wanted to do. I piped up and said Irish so he put down Spanish as my first choice, German second and then Irish last.
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