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Ben Kirkby

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What the hell is a boi supposed to be?
Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?

Denise

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In article <86fjrr$9tj$1...@nclient15-gui.server.virgin.net>, "Ben Kirkby"
<lithiu...@virgin.net> wrote:

> What the hell is a boi supposed to be?
> Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?

Well aside from the obvious usage, I always get a kick out of it when
people use boi.

In Portuguese, boi means bull. So it always leaves me wondering if boi's
are full or bull...or actually bulls themselves, quite a difference
between the two.


*delurking*

Denise

silence

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On Sun, 23 Jan 2000 19:16:25 -0000, "Ben Kirkby"
<lithiu...@virgin.net> wrote:

>What the hell is a boi supposed to be?
>Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?

Feh. I'm an American. I don't need no stinking Queen's English!
It's my god-given right to slaughter foreign words and use them as I
see fit!

-silence...
...who hopes the sarcasm is readily apparent here...
http://www.g0th.net/~silence/

Unknown

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On Sun, 23 Jan 2000 19:16:25 -0000, "Ben Kirkby"
<lithiu...@virgin.net> wrote:

>Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?

Yeah, she don't talk proper like wot we does.

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Edward Scissorhands

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In article <388b8534...@news.newsguy.com>, ?@?.? writes

>On Sun, 23 Jan 2000 19:16:25 -0000, "Ben Kirkby"
><lithiu...@virgin.net> wrote:
>
>>Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?
>
>Yeah, she don't talk proper like wot we does.

Hoi! Leave woor queenie outofthis. She's a right proper gal and no
mistake...

*shudder*

I think boi is an acceptable word, and I'm /always/ picking on people
for things like 'u r' and 'wot' (sarcasm excepted, of course ;) )...

EdwardS


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Ben Kirkby

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silence <sil...@g0th.net> wrote in message
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> On Sun, 23 Jan 2000 19:16:25 -0000, "Ben Kirkby"
> <lithiu...@virgin.net> wrote:
>
> >What the hell is a boi supposed to be?
> >Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?
>
> Feh. I'm an American. I don't need no stinking Queen's English!
> It's my god-given right to slaughter foreign words and use them as I
> see fit!
>
> -silence...
> ...who hopes the sarcasm is readily apparent here...
> http://www.g0th.net/~silence/
ooh...sarcasm from an american...how intriguing :->

Ruhiel

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Alain

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On Sun, 23 Jan 2000 22:49:37 GMT, (Axel) wrote:

>On Sun, 23 Jan 2000 19:16:25 -0000, "Ben Kirkby"
><lithiu...@virgin.net> wrote:
>

>>Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?
>

>Yeah, she don't talk proper like wot we does.

Ya right, they sure talk funny, them barber.. barbary.. berbar..
hmm... foreigners from other countries.

Alain.

the Gruamach

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On Sun, 23 Jan 2000 19:16:25 -0000, "Ben Kirkby"
<lithiu...@virgin.net> mumbled:

>What the hell is a boi supposed to be?

A boi is a boi is a boi.

>Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?

No, but there's also nothing wrong with expanding your
sense of imagination and/or creativity for the sake of
humour.


Charles/Gruamach. The St Louis PerkySarkyGoth
http://home.stlnet.com/~gothcop
"We commit indiscretions, and omit our sins from sight.
In a world of intangibles, too many things seem right."

Individuat

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>From: "Ben Kirkby" lithiu...@virgin.net

>What the hell is a boi supposed to be?

>Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?
>

Blame Nisa who appears ever so infrequently now on irc efnet #gothic.

she started it, as far as I know, 6 years ago.

I just picked up on it.
I think it's cute :)
she is also prone to say hoi.

:)
Eileen (who went to school with nisa)
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Individuat

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>From: "Ben Kirkby" lithiu...@virgin.net

>ooh...sarcasm from an american...how intriguing :->

Why whatever could you mean....?
;)

Eileen

Individuat

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>From: (Axel)

>Yeah, she don't talk proper like wot we does.

ohmigosh...that was so cute...cause i can picture you saying it...accent and
all...

:)
awwwww
i miss you axel

Duckie Rodriguez

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Ben Kirkby <lithiu...@virgin.net> wrote in message
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> What the hell is a boi supposed to be?
> Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?

Boi...boi?!?!?
<hissssss> I thought it wassss goth boa!!!

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>

Robert Jagger

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Alain wrote:

<snip>

> Ya right, they sure talk funny, them barber.. barbary.. berbar..
> hmm... foreigners from other countries.


Can you please tell me where to find a forigner that isnt from another
country?

jagger

Alain

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On Mon, 24 Jan 2000 01:49:29 -0500, Robert Jagger <jag...@oznog.org>
wrote:

Okay Homer. I'm gonna start talking to you AND I'm gonna wink at you
at certain times... Pay attention!

Once upon a time... There was a little boy living in the charming town
of Humourburg.*wink* Sarky*wink wink* was his name. One of his fave
games was to say, at the RIGHT moment, in the RIGHT circumstances
"black" when he meant "white".*wink* Which had him more than
occasionally mistaken for his twin brother, Irony *wink*, as they both
shared the same passion for this game.*wink* Sarky had a great friend
named Satiria.*wink* She liked to wear a variety of disguisements and
act out different characters of the town in a rather clownesque
way.*wink* Together, they would make up games that entertained'em
during all the day. They really formed a great team, one completing
the other in skill and energy. *wink* They usually didn't played much
with other kids, even less those from the neighbor town of Slow River.
Not that they had anything against'em. They even knew a couple of kids
from that town, such as Dumbo *wink* or Sluggy *wink wink*, who
weren't able, alas, to understand the rules of their games or even
understand what entertaining value our two heroes found in it.

Ok, now look at yourself. If at the end of my little story you are
drooling, starring blankly at the mon with bovine eyes, I'll give up
and hand you a donut.

Alain.

John Appleton

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> Ya right, they sure talk funny, them barber.. barbary.. berbar..
> hmm... foreigners from other countries.

As opposed to foreigners from this country?

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los...@postbox.acs.ohio-state.edu

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>Well aside from the obvious usage, I always get a kick out of it when
>people use boi.

I always use the word "mens" a la Blaine and 'Toine from the short-lived
comedy series "In Living Color."

Which reminds me, what with the Superball or bowl or whatever the Hades they
call it, coming this weekend, remember that little *blue* football...
er........

Mistress L.

los...@postbox.acs.ohio-state.edu

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In article <388b8534...@news.newsguy.com> (Axel) writes:

>>Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?

>Yeah, she don't talk proper like wot we does.

:D

Makes me want to pop my "Keeping Up Appearances" PBS vid into ye olde VCR...
Sounds like Onslow, it does. "Oh, nice!"

Mistress L., Hyacinth Bucket ("That's pronounced BOUQUET!!!") rules!

Alain

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On Mon, 24 Jan 2000 12:39:29 +0000, John Appleton
<ca6...@isis.sund.ac.uk> wrote:

>> Ya right, they sure talk funny, them barber.. barbary.. berbar..
>> hmm... foreigners from other countries.
>
>As opposed to foreigners from this country?

I would be tempted to say "yes", but, to be honest, the foreigners I
had in mind are from the other country.
No, not this one, that one. There... Yes.

Alain.

The Industrial Love KittenLady

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On Mon, 24 Jan 2000 20:55:19 GMT, los...@postbox.acs.ohio-state.edu
stopped frolicking with the rabbits just long enough to scratch out:

>
>I always use the word "mens" a la Blaine and 'Toine from the short-lived
>comedy series "In Living Color."

short-lived? it was on for a few years! beautiful years! :)

not that i can remember how many ... 2 or 3? 4?

-Leonora
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And I do lift my anguished, avid breast,
And I do weep for very pain of you,
And fling myself at the doors of sleep, for rest.
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Joe "Nuke Me Xemu" Foster

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"John Appleton" <ca6...@isis.sund.ac.uk> wrote in message news:388C4801...@isis.sund.ac.uk...

> > Ya right, they sure talk funny, them barber.. barbary.. berbar..
> > hmm... foreigners from other countries.

> As opposed to foreigners from this country?

Right. The foreigners from this country are the ones who get told, "go back
where you came from" by various fucktards even though their family's been
here for a generation or three...

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Spikey Cat

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Ben Kirkby wrote in message
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>What the hell is a boi supposed to be?
>Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?

Well you'd better ask the Queen, hadn't you?

Spikey Cat
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Marcus Pan

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On Sun, 23 Jan 2000 19:16:25 -0000, "Ben Kirkby"
<lithiu...@virgin.net> wrote:

>What the hell is a boi supposed to be?
>Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?

<ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZIP>

<KERTHUNK>

Boi.

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los...@postbox.acs.ohio-state.edu

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In article <388f113b...@enews.newsguy.com> 3unser...@spc.edu (The Industrial Love KittenLady) writes:
>On Mon, 24 Jan 2000 20:55:19 GMT, los...@postbox.acs.ohio-state.edu
>stopped frolicking with the rabbits just long enough to scratch out:

HEY! I have a bunny! :)

>>
>>I always use the word "mens" a la Blaine and 'Toine from the short-lived
>>comedy series "In Living Color."

>short-lived? it was on for a few years! beautiful years! :)

Well... I guess it seems that way 'cause I stopped watching it after the
censors started cutting it up.... When the Superball (bowl) segment aired in
rerun, they cut one of the lines about some player they joked about.... :\
Mr. Wayans was not happy, but, I think he bowed down to the network to try to
keep the show on... There was a definite change thereafter.......

>not that i can remember how many ... 2 or 3? 4?

Well, that seems short when you think of the comedy series that seem to go on
and on and on (esp. ones you don't like--Home Improvement BARF!!!!!).

Mistress L., clutching her Energizer Bunny Beanie ('cause the real bunny
doesn't like being held... ;)

Marcus Pan

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On Wed, 26 Jan 2000 16:20:18 GMT, los...@postbox.acs.ohio-state.edu
wrote:

>Well, that seems short when you think of the comedy series that seem to go on
>and on and on (esp. ones you don't like--Home Improvement BARF!!!!!).

Am I the only one who like that show?

K.M.S.

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> On Wed, 26 Jan 2000 16:20:18 GMT, los...@postbox.acs.ohio-state.edu
> wrote:
> >Well, that seems short when you think of the comedy series that seem to
go on
> >and on and on (esp. ones you don't like--Home Improvement BARF!!!!!).
>
> Am I the only one who like that show?
>

Yep.

Sorry but I serioulsy doubt we'll get Tim Allen fans crawling out of the
virtual woodwork here.

Koko "I hope not otherwise we'd have to fumigate" Martin Sama

Edward Scissorhands

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In article <Admartin-260...@vic-53-0284.direct.ca>, K.M.S.
<Adma...@nospam.direct.ca> writes

>Yep.
>
>Sorry but I serioulsy doubt we'll get Tim Allen fans crawling out of the
>virtual woodwork here.
>
>Koko "I hope not otherwise we'd have to fumigate" Martin Sama

*puts on WWII gas mask*

*MMMFmmmff MMim Mmlln mmme mmprfmnt*

*removes mask*

I like Tim Allen in Home Impro... *choke... gasp* NoooooooooO!

Richard/EdwardS

Womanly Panther

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K.M.S. wrote in message ...

>In article <388f2227....@news.alt.net>, p...@zenweb.com wrote:
>> On Wed, 26 Jan 2000 16:20:18 GMT, los...@postbox.acs.ohio-state.edu
>> wrote:
>>>Well, that seems short when you think of the comedy series that seem to
>>>go on and on and on (esp. ones you don't like--Home Improvement
>>>BARF!!!!!).
>>
>> Am I the only one who like that show?
>>
>Yep.
>
>Sorry but I serioulsy doubt we'll get Tim Allen fans crawling out of the
>virtual woodwork here.


Nephthys likes Home Improvement. She also likes Seinfeld. I can't
stand either show. This makes for some interesting tv watching when she
comes to visit.
OTOH, I like Mad About You, which she can't stand. Compromises,
compromises.


-- antiopa, who has already insisted that she gets to watch Eastenders
during the week she'll be in the UK, regardless of the fact that there are
about 2 characters left that she remembers.

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I found the secret to life.
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Metamorph

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Marcus Pan wrote:

> losmith wrote:
> >Well, that seems short when you think of the comedy series that seem
to go on
> >and on and on (esp. ones you don't like--Home Improvement BARF!!!!!).

> Am I the only one who like that show?

No. I don't bother with the reruns or the last season, but the snake in
the wall and the killer bathroom, kitchen, and closet and the smashed
wife's car were pretty good episodes...

Metamorph

Tech.Sgt. Gru, NSEA Protector

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On Wed, 26 Jan 2000 16:34:59 GMT, p...@zenweb.com
(Marcus Pan) mumbled:

>On Wed, 26 Jan 2000 16:20:18 GMT, los...@postbox.acs.ohio-state.edu

>wrote:
>>Well, that seems short when you think of the comedy series that seem to go on
>>and on and on (esp. ones you don't like--Home Improvement BARF!!!!!).
>
>Am I the only one who like that show?

I like it in moderation.

But I loved Tim Allen in Galaxy Quest.

los...@postbox.acs.ohio-state.edu

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In article <388f2227....@news.alt.net> p...@zenweb.com (Marcus Pan) writes:

>On Wed, 26 Jan 2000 16:20:18 GMT, los...@postbox.acs.ohio-state.edu
>wrote:
>>Well, that seems short when you think of the comedy series that seem to go on
>>and on and on (esp. ones you don't like--Home Improvement BARF!!!!!).

>Am I the only one who like that show?

I doubt it--plenty of people must watch it for it to have done so well in the
ratings.

Me, because I am too damn tired to do anything else at nite after work, I plop
down on the sofa and watch the WB "soaps." I grew up in the 70's
(Dallas/Dynasty/Nuts' ;) Landing era), so... At any rate, it's kinda cool to
have so many "darker" ones available for viewing--those TV execs surely were
influenced by our scene, but, that could be a whole another thread...

Mistress L.

los...@postbox.acs.ohio-state.edu

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In article <pcNj4.8566$uI1.1...@typhoon2.kc.rr.com> "Metamorph" <Meta...@mmcable.com> writes:
>Marcus Pan wrote:

>> losmith wrote:
>> >Well, that seems short when you think of the comedy series that seem
>to go on
>> >and on and on (esp. ones you don't like--Home Improvement BARF!!!!!).

>> Am I the only one who like that show?

>No. I don't bother with the reruns or the last season, but the snake in


>the wall and the killer bathroom, kitchen, and closet and the smashed
>wife's car were pretty good episodes...

If you like "snake in the wall," try to catch "Married with Children" when
they had a mouse... God, I LOVE Peg Bundy...

Mistress L., who used to have a thrift shop leopard spot coat

Unknown

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On Mon, 24 Jan 2000 01:49:29 -0500, Robert Jagger <jag...@oznog.org>
wrote:

>Alain wrote:
>
><snip>
>


>> Ya right, they sure talk funny, them barber.. barbary.. berbar..
>> hmm... foreigners from other countries.
>
>

>Can you please tell me where to find a forigner that isnt from another
>country?

Germany.

Cyprus.

Belize.

U.K.

Any country with a military base of a foreign power with married
quarters.

Children of servicepeople born in the foreign country where there
parents are stationed.


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Iachus

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Christine Death wrote:
>
> In article <viSi4.4897$T82....@typhoon3.tampabay.rr.com>,


>
> > > What the hell is a boi supposed to be?
> > > Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?
> >

> > Boi...boi?!?!?
> > <hissssss> I thought it wassss goth boa!!!
>

> Now is it pronounced boy or bow? I've heard the term "bow" used in
> books/movies to mean suitor. I can't look up to see how it was spelled
> since I've lost the book, (anne of green gables) but I am pretty sure
> it was spelled boi.

Nope, that's "beau" you're looking for.

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and a tragedy for those who feel."
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Christine Death

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In article <viSi4.4897$T82....@typhoon3.tampabay.rr.com>,

> > What the hell is a boi supposed to be?
> > Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?
>
> Boi...boi?!?!?
> <hissssss> I thought it wassss goth boa!!!

Now is it pronounced boy or bow? I've heard the term "bow" used in
books/movies to mean suitor. I can't look up to see how it was spelled
since I've lost the book, (anne of green gables) but I am pretty sure
it was spelled boi.

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> Now is it pronounced boy or bow? I've heard the term "bow" used in
> books/movies to mean suitor. I can't look up to see how it was spelled
> since I've lost the book, (anne of green gables) but I am pretty sure
> it was spelled boi.
>
> --- Christine Death
> --
Are you sure you don't mean beau? thats pronounced bow (as in rainbow) and
it means suitor...
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Christine Death

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THATS IT! Thanks. my brain is farting again.

cydonia

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In article <86fjrr$9tj$1...@nclient15-gui.server.virgin.net>, "Ben Kirkby"

<lithiu...@virgin.net> wrote:
> What the hell is a boi supposed to be?
> Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?
You're right, it's dumb.
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In article <86fjrr$9tj$1...@nclient15-gui.server.virgin.net>, "Ben Kirkby"
<lithiu...@virgin.net> wrote:
: Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?

Yes, she's German.
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Ben Kirkby

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Bloodstone <st...@midnight.karoo.FISH.co.uk> wrote in message
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> In article <86fjrr$9tj$1...@nclient15-gui.server.virgin.net>, "Ben Kirkby"
> <lithiu...@virgin.net> wrote:
> : Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?
>
> Yes, she's German.
> --
By that definition, then there aren't a whole lot of Americans in existence
anymore...most of em having been shot or died of smallpox a long time ago...

Bloodstone

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Bloodstone <st...@midnight.karoo.fish.co.uk> wrote:
: In article <86fjrr$9tj$1...@nclient15-gui.server.virgin.net>, "Ben Kirkby"

: <lithiu...@virgin.net> wrote:
: : Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?

: Yes, she's German.

Doh!

Just re-read that and realised that it can sound very anti-German. It wasn't
meant to, I was just stating that the English spoken by the Q is not "as
native" as the English spoken by myself, or for that matter most of the
population of the UK.

Of course, if you really want to go deep into it the North Welsh probably have
the best claim for a "genuinely native" language.


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Unknown

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On 30 Jan 2000 16:37:10 -0000, st...@midnight.karoo.FISH.co.uk
(Bloodstone) wrote:

>In article <86fjrr$9tj$1...@nclient15-gui.server.virgin.net>, "Ben Kirkby"
><lithiu...@virgin.net> wrote:
>: Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?
>
>Yes, she's German.

But so is the English language.

It just left earlier.

Bloodstone

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Axel <> wrote:
:>: Is there something wrong with the Queen's English?
:>Yes, she's German.

: But so is the English language.
: It just left earlier.

There's about as much truth in that statement as there was in mine.


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