The Kingdom of the Random

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  1. eloyc

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    Sorry if you told us and I don't remember, but, are you French?
     
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    I always read that as "Why Not?".
     
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    Because of his username he could be a well endowed brazilian typing on a non-brazilian keyboard (one without the ~ key).
     
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    No, I'm Portuguese :)
    Close enough rcf ;)
     
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    Lol! :nope::runaway:
     
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    Oh, I asked because they separate exclamation/interrogation marks. :mrgreen:
     
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    Oh, never noticed / knew that lol.
     
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    By the way my real life surname is really Picão. It does not have the same meaning in Portugal :D (not disclosing the endowed bit obviously lol).
     
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    Native English speakers who say "birFday" instead of "birTHday"... Really?
     
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    Am I the only one who thinks of boobies every time I read/listen 'booby trap'?
     
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    With a bit of spanish :p
     
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    Spanish boobies? Boobies that speak Spanish? Or what? :O
     
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    Where I come from they use the word Spanish as a synonym to boob job and not for the transplant kind. :p
     
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    Ohhh, I see. In Spain they call that a 'cubana' ('Cuban', in its feminine form). :lol:
     
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    Portuguese Tourism Marketing is incredibly sad. After "Allgarve" as in "Algarve is for everyone", they now invented "Brelcome", targeting British Tourists, along the lines of "You are leaving the EU, but we are still here for you". "Brelcome", really? :/
     
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    So lame, really! :no::mrgreen:
     
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