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Jess Door wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Jess Door wrote:
I hope you have a great semester, Lynora! :)
How's the new car?

SO FREAKING AWESOME

I don't even think I'll feel different when I get the monthly bill! ^_-

Sweeeet!

EDIT: Ummm.... This is awkward.

Silver Crusade

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Well, at least we can see that your enthusiasm is genuine.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

So...mythic?


tomorrow future- mother-in-law arrived for a week, we have a thight program: staurday my mums birthday, sunday we show her our wedding location, monday sabine and her go to a david garrett concert, wedensday she'll spend with my dad and his wife


tonight Germany vs holland, almost all of oir top players found excuses not to play :-/
international friendly game in this atage of the season does not make much sense and every player is just worried to get injured

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

sits in the corner, drooling and babbling incoherently

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Spoiler:
More than usual, that is


Celestial Healer wrote:
Well, at least we can see that your enthusiasm is genuine.

LOL!

Shadow Lodge

Cheapy wrote:
So...mythic?

It up? =D


aeglos wrote:
tomorrow future- mother-in-law arrived for a week, we have a thight program: staurday my mums birthday, sunday we show her our wedding location, monday sabine and her go to a david garrett concert, wedensday she'll spend with my dad and his wife

I hope that all goes well!


Aberzombie wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

I hope you're feeling better.


aeglos wrote:
tomorrow future- mother-in-law arrived for a week, we have a thight program:

The best kind of programme but made not with the mother-in-law.

:P

(sorry, couldn't help myself {Not something to say to the Mum-in-Law})


Mythic playtest is up! Messageboard operational speed is doooowwwwnnnn...


Bitter Thorn wrote:
aeglos wrote:
tomorrow future- mother-in-law arrived for a week, we have a thight program: staurday my mums birthday, sunday we show her our wedding location, monday sabine and her go to a david garrett concert, wedensday she'll spend with my dad and his wife
I hope that all goes well!

thank you BT,

I hope you and your family are well and things are improving from whatever problem troubled you

Shadow Lodge

Drejk wrote:
Mythic playtest is up! Messageboard operational speed is doooowwwwnnnn...

Linkified!!


DSXMachina wrote:
aeglos wrote:
tomorrow future- mother-in-law arrived for a week, we have a thight program:

The best kind of programme but made not with the mother-in-law.

:P

(sorry, couldn't help myself {Not something to say to the Mum-in-Law})

grumple, grumple, stupid H use in english language ;-)

Shadow Lodge

Yes, why can't we just use a single letter like θ like sensible people? ;)


Orthos wrote:
Yes, why can't we just use a single letter like θ like sensible people? ;)

I recommend Ä, Ö, Ü and ß

very usefull

Silver Crusade

aeglos wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Yes, why can't we just use a single letter like θ like sensible people? ;)

I recommend Ä, Ö, Ü and ß

very usefull

German has 14 vowel sounds.

French has 12, not counting nasals.
Italian has 7.
Spanish has 5.

English has up to 27, depending on who is counting. There just aren't enough ways to represent our messed up vowels.

Shadow Lodge

What IS the German equivalent of the θ/th sound? (As in the end of "with", the sound at the beginning of "the" is a different representation - nevermind we use the same letter combination for it -_-)

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion Subscriber
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Jess Door wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Jess Door wrote:
I hope you have a great semester, Lynora! :)
How's the new car?

SO FREAKING AWESOME

I don't even think I'll feel different when I get the monthly bill! ^_-

Sweeeet!

EDIT: Ummm.... This is awkward.

Haha!

I'm volunteering to chauffer everyone around to lunch just for a chance to drive it more!


Mythic playtest downloaded and plopped onto the e-reader. Now for some classical to read it to. =)


Orthos wrote:
What IS the German equivalent of the θ/th sound? (As in the end of "with", the sound at the beginning of "the" is a different representation - nevermind we use the same letter combination for it -_-)

we don't have that sound, we hardly can speak it, that's why ve use ze z ven ve speak english


Orthos wrote:
What IS the German equivalent of the θ/th sound? (As in the end of "with", the sound at the beginning of "the" is a different representation - nevermind we use the same letter combination for it -_-)

wait a minute

*re-reads post*

there is a difference in prounouncing TH ??? arghI can't even pronounce one version of it

after speaking some *with*es I think it is somewhere in the area of ß which is spoken as a soft long s


Dinner composed of chicken leg with carrot and potatoes and mythic rules playtest. Yum.


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English is the PC (read: murder hobo) of linguistics.

Shadow Lodge

So "the" would be "ze" and "with" would be "wiss", got it.

Shadow Lodge

Scintillae wrote:
English is the PC (read: murder hobo) of linguistics.

Hey, it doesn't murder them, it just beats them up and goes through their pockets for loose vocabulary.


Orthos wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
English is the PC (read: murder hobo) of linguistics.
Hey, it doesn't murder them, it just beats them up and goes through their pockets for loose vocabulary.

I didn't blow a feat on proficiency with Greek-Latin roots! This is no good to me!


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Scintillae wrote:
English is the PC (read: murder hobo) of linguistics.

This guy?


Scintillae wrote:
English is the PC (read: murder hobo) of linguistics.

I AM NOT A 'HOBO'.


Lord English wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
English is the PC (read: murder hobo) of linguistics.
I AM NOT A 'HOBO'.

Don't you generally travel from world to world without a place you call home?


Scintillae wrote:
Lord English wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
English is the PC (read: murder hobo) of linguistics.
I AM NOT A 'HOBO'.
Don't you generally travel from world to world without a place you call home?

SILENCE!


Lord English wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Lord English wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
English is the PC (read: murder hobo) of linguistics.
I AM NOT A 'HOBO'.
Don't you generally travel from world to world without a place you call home?
SILENCE!

Well you certainly got beaten up by the Swedish team tonight 4-2 :(


aeglos wrote:

tonight Germany vs holland, almost all of oir top players found excuses not to play :-/

international friendly game in this atage of the season does not make much sense and every player is just worried to get injured

Our top player certainly showed up tonight. :)


Kajehase wrote:
aeglos wrote:

tonight Germany vs holland, almost all of oir top players found excuses not to play :-/

international friendly game in this atage of the season does not make much sense and every player is just worried to get injured
Our top player certainly showed up tonight. :)

:(

(only joking - that was a magnificent performance)

Qadira

Looks around ~ Blinks

Kicks dust off of chair.

Ah.....

Qadira

1,720 posts... Oh hell no.


It's only 35 pages!

Qadira

Pie taste good.

Qadira

Only have limited time to access the ole interwebz.


Good to see you CJ.

Hope things are great with you.


Crimson Jester wrote:
1,720 posts... Oh hell no.

It's mostly zombie-blitzes.


Welcome back CJ. We have missed you. Hopefully things are getting better for you and your family.

Qadira

Not back just visiting. Maybe a month or so.

Shadow Lodge

Good to see you regardless. Missed ya =)


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Celestial Healer wrote:
There just aren't enough ways to represent our messed up bowels.

I'll take Loose Bowels for $200, Alex


Got 90% of the project complete, after a whole lot of stress. The local person will have to take care of the rest.

Heading home tomorrow!

Shadow Lodge

Emperor7 wrote:

Got 90% of the project complete, after a whole lot of stress. The local person will have to take care of the rest.

Heading home tomorrow!

have a safe trip back.


Night everyone. Almost finished 1000-page book but the last 50 pages remains for tomorrow. I barely see through my sleepy eyes.

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