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#21 by S_Abbott » Tue Jul 07, 2015 19:41

Oh LOL! I thought he had a sandwich on his head! Among other things. :oops:
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#22 by BouldRake » Tue Jul 07, 2015 19:56

It's a panama, two flat caps, and a fez.

It's surprisingly difficult to balance a fez on a flat cap.
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#23 by S_Abbott » Tue Jul 07, 2015 20:19

Hey! Maybe a sandwich under the fez might work?? :lol:
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#24 by valerie » Tue Jul 07, 2015 20:32

I thought it was a subway.
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#25 by The_Helper » Tue Jul 07, 2015 20:48

AlienMommy wrote: Oh LOL! I thought he had a sandwich on his head! Among other things. :oops:
I too thought it was a sandwich, but when I looked closely it was caps. Maybe I was hungry at that time.
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#26 by Nikorj » Wed Jul 08, 2015 00:55

Ahh Hyldig, Love your history lessons.

Just for your information ill actually visited USA a couple of times.

Bought a Hot-dog in Solvang but couldnt find any remoulade :D

Yes Denmark is flat as a pancake, Oh wait!!! we got himmelbjerget (The sky mountain) 0.0913416 miles high :lol:
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#27 by S_Abbott » Wed Jul 08, 2015 01:14

Nikorj, you can find remoulade around the southern U.S. Mostly around Louisiana but it has gotten around. ;)

Although if you go American with your doggie, it's relish, mustard, ketchup, maybe mexican pickles (jalapenos), or sauerkraut, or chili n cheese and/or all of the above. LOL And lately, everything's turning to bacon...or fusion. Or you can get your doggie in a hamburger now. Oyyy!
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#28 by Nikorj » Wed Jul 08, 2015 01:33

MMMMM Relish (Yummy yummy)

Its way better than ordinary Remoulade.

Also miss Taco bell and chucky cheese ;)
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#29 by S_Abbott » Wed Jul 08, 2015 01:53

Try the Remoulade Sauce a la New Orleans on allrecipes.com. Ohhhhhhh it's good! I usually leave out a good portion of the hot sauces, substitute the creole mustard with either regular mustard or one that's just a tee bit "warmer". Emeril can sure stir up some good ones. :)
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#30 by Nikorj » Wed Jul 08, 2015 02:15

Oh ho ho ho Alienmommy Please stop.

Still 3 years until next visit, I cant fit my jeans when i get back home :D
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#31 by Micshad » Wed Jul 08, 2015 07:44

AlienMommy wrote:
Micshad wrote: Believe it or not, I don't like the weekends that much since I don't get to go anywhere or do anything. There's never anything on TV from Friday to Monday night. All garbage. :thumbdown:

Hey there! Here's a suggestion.

My hubby and I have been getting some vids each weekend from RedBox (most we paid in total per time was $3.23 for 2 or 3). We've been catching up on all the movies we refuse to spend our entire paycheck for when they first come out. LOL

Every spring, we roll up all the change we've saved during the year and take it to bank, and only use that amount. Works out nicely for our movie time.

We rent our movies, fix up some chili or burgers or tuna sandwiches, throw popcorn in the microwave, grab some rootbeers, snuggle up on the couch and have dinner and a movie night. It's fun, gets us away from compies, and we usually can get our must do's and need to do's discussed along the way.

Grab some friends, or loved ones, y'all pitch in on the weekend, and have a little fun. It really doesn't cost too much.

I also started catching up with some of my latchhook projects waiting for new season shows.

LOL as far as Mondays go......ehe. They were worse when I worked full time, and now they're just another day. Hubby likes them because he's off work on Tuesday and Wednesday (his fishing days...no traffic). And I'm happy because my TNT shows are starting back on Mondays and Fridays are Battleship and Falling Skies. ;)

I love movies but hubby doesn't. He's a reality show guy. With one TV, for some reason, I usually let him have the choice. I guess it's because he's forever tinkering in the garage making something so he doesn't have to buy it, that I feel he deserves programming choices. Anyway, Ever since Comcast hooked up their box and the DVD/tape player, it never worked right and I'm not smart enough to do it anymore.

I guess I'm nuts! :D
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#32 by Micshad » Wed Jul 08, 2015 07:55

BouldRake wrote: Where I come from we speak a language that's half English, half Old-Norse. Technically, it's a dialect, but it's different enough from standard English that I have to consciously switch when I'm talking to somebody from a different part of the UK.

Sadly, it's dying out, and the bigger the cities get, the weaker the dialect gets, but there's still a little bit of Denmark everywhere, thanks to those Vikings.

May I suggest you try to keep the language alive somehow? Here in PA Dutch a/k/a PA German, the language has almost disappeared. There is an old professor that is trying to keep it alive and I would love to learn the language since my father spoke it, but I can't get to the classes because they're held in the winter 40 miles away in a mountain town that gets snow when no one else does. :)

I bought some "German records to learn but the only "record player" we have is in the garage and I don't get up there because of the hill. I can't walk on uneven surfaces, which means no hill, no ramps, no yards, etc. :(
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#33 by S_Abbott » Wed Jul 08, 2015 08:22

Micshad, well darn! I wanted to bring you some good news. Was hoping that Rosetta Stone could be found cheaply, but alas, it's really kinda steep.

HOWEVER! I found an online learning program that's free! First level German with lots of extra helps. Give it a check at any rate. Never know, it might be just the thing. LOL

Learning German Online for Beginners

Happy learning!

Susy

P.S. being an ex military brat and living in Germany for a long time, I became quite fluent. Then Dad got stationed back in Texas, and there wasn't anyone to keep it going. Took it when I hit high school and promptly lost it again. Now, I wish I had kept it up. It is part of my heritage, too. But my mom's mom made everyone speak English, which was sad.
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#34 by BouldRake » Wed Jul 08, 2015 12:45

Quote:May I suggest you try to keep the language alive somehow?

We already have a Dialect Society.

Somebody also started a list of dialect words from Old Norse, but it's nowhere near complete.
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