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Thank you JPDOM! I found woodloude in my dictionary! In polish it's "stonoga" (You can translate it as "one hundred legs" :lol: )

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hep ! woodlouse...not woodloude...
anyway... life still go on... ! :P


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I know that it's woodlouse, it was just a little mistake. I've got "woodlouse" in my dictionary :P

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another question:
in the BBC sketch, the announcer said: "My wife, josephine, "joe-jums" as I call her..."
what is "jums" and how to understand this nick name ?
thanks everybody ! :lol:


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I suppose it's just a cutesy way of saying the name....I don't think jums means anything....I could be wrong though. Wouldn't be the first time lol.

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It doesn't mean anything. Nigel is correct in his supposition that it is a cutesy way of saying the name. Abbreviated versions of names like that are often used as a sign of affection between parent and child, husband and wife etc.

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I'm a she :shock: .

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thanks..
I don't want miss something... there are so many jokes or allusion hidden.
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Nigel Incubator-Jones wrote:
I'm a she.


:shock:


huh...

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I'm a she.


:shock: :shock:
sorry, but i always thought that you are he...

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LOL! On every forum I've ever been on people thought I was a guy before I said something....I've just gotten used to it.

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In my online dictionary says "There's no spanish translation for 'slater' ". What kind of dictionary is this?? :shock:

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