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    I dare say one lives long and prospers. ;)

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    Shane, your picture has vanished- I can only see a red cross now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Shane, your picture has vanished- I can only see a red cross now.
    It's a picture of a red cross. ;)

    I'll sort it out tonight; I'm at work atm. :)

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    It's a cute red cross.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
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    What does one do when one has mastered Klingon?
    One moves to Kling. :wink:
    Cool word! Did ya know kling means dog in Aboriginal languages spoken in Alaska. Given that, coupled with the fact that the Klingon language was derived from bits here and pieces there of several human languages, the word klingon could mean, take the sled dog out for a run. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
    Cool word! Did ya know kling means dog in Aboriginal languages spoken in Alaska. Given that, coupled with the fact that the Klingon language was derived from bits here and pieces there of several human languages, the word klingon could mean, take the sled dog out for a run. :D
    I fear you may have too much time on your hands, Cas. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by shane
    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
    Cool word! Did ya know kling means dog in Aboriginal languages spoken in Alaska. Given that, coupled with the fact that the Klingon language was derived from bits here and pieces there of several human languages, the word klingon could mean, take the sled dog out for a run. :D
    I fear you may have too much time on your hands, Cas. ;)
    Placating the whims, placating the whims.

    One of my favo(u)rite things about living in Japan is this. I get asked the exact same question over and over again, and it's not the question that's interesting; it's the exact order of the nouns,

    Where are you from? America? Britian? Australia? New Zealand? (lengthy pause; say anything now) China?

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    Why did you come to Japan?
    How long have you been in Japan?
    Do you like Japanese food?
    Which is better; Japan or Canada?


    Any of these ring a bell with you, Cas? ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by shane
    Why did you come to Japan?
    How long have you been in Japan?
    Do you like Japanese food?
    Which is better; Japan or Canada?


    Any of these ring a bell with you, Cas? ;)
    Yup, and in addition,

    Can you use chopsticks?
    What's your favorite color?

    :D

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    Why are your eyes brown? ;)

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