Where did beer come from?
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I was tripping out to the interference patters caused by the stripes on
your shirt. From what I can tell, they create a circular pattern that
would have a focal point on the left side of your neck.Â
Make mine a MGD please!
[THIRST] is a baby first thought, its gotta be wet and wild….I like trying beers I have never tasted…the chocolate flavored ones are as good as good old burnt-oats and a heavy rye….Hot Chocolate – Every 1′s a winner 1978 :cool: :cool: :cool: Never could believe the things you do to me,
Never could believe the way you are.
Every day I bless the day that you got through to me,
‘Cause baby, I believe that you’re a star.
Everyone’s a winner, baby, that’s the truth (yes, the truth)
Making love to you is such a thrill.
Everyone’s a winner, baby, that’s no lie (yes, no lie)
You never fail to satisfy (satisfy)
Never could explain just what was happening to me,
Just one touch of you and I’m a flame.
:razz: :razz: oR…Tom T Hall (I Like Beer) This shows tom at his very best he must be one of the best [story tellers] via singing this was recorded at the church street station in orlando florida back in 1990 ….barley wine (K)needs [HOPS] like a rabbit :smile: :smile:
Guinness. Don’t be afraid of the dark.
i love you
This bud’s for u?
I am a New Castle fan myself.
This Buds for You.
That top is great girl I want one. Good for mesmerizing the fellas. Most girls don’t need help in that area when beer is involved lol. You and hotforprofits both have such great legs I’m jealous.
I prefer the kingly Corona, to match my noble blood. :mrgreen:
It’s good for longer runs, because of it’s alcohol percentage.
I just watched the entire Beer video and didn’t hear a word, I was tripping out to the interference patters caused by the stripes on your shirt. From what I can tell, they create a circular pattern that would have a focal point on the left side of your neck.
For a real oatmeal stout, I prefer the taste of Samuel Smith’s Tadcaster. Spaten Pils is my favorite pilsner and I like a cold Negra Modelo with a lime wedge when I get the real Mexican food. Mostly, though, I don’t touch those. Those are for rare occasions like dinners out and going to see friends. Cringe if you must, but I drink Lite beer by Miller at home cause it’s cheap, low-carb and watery so I can chug it a bit without undue damage (less filling). I’m thirsty when I drink beer, not hungry. Heavier beers, especially syrupy microbrews with fruit and berry flavors taste very cute but give me a headache. If I want dessert, I’ll order a piece of pie, not a blackberry ale. In those rare instances when something more potent is required, I chase a shot of Stolychnaya with a slug of Miller Lite, wait ten minutes, and repeat the procedure until the desired effect is achieved. Nazdorovye!
I like fat tire.
Lager ( the lighter, fizzy, gassy, loads of sugar, laced with chemicals) is called Beer, but Beer (the darker, smoother, warmer, more hops and barley) is called Ale (Beer!) – then you have Stout’s such as Guiness or Murphies……..
A really good beer (ale) brewed locally to me is BUTLERs OXFORDSHIRE BITTER or BOB, is an Ale however with a lighter chracteristic not too disimilar to a Lager but know way as gassy or chemicaly. The women drink it and love it! BOB also brews up a more darker heavier keg or two which kicks some serious butt, one for the men. I prefer the Henley Brakspere which is now brewed in Whitny, Oxon so the water is not local but the end result is pretty dam good. Adnams Broadside from Plymouth is also very tastey too.
The Reading (pron. Redding) Real Ale and Jazz Festival held once a year is pretty cool with many many Real Ales on tap. With a fine selection of names, flavoures, volumes and effect coupled with top Jazz artists makes for a fun week end.
Many places through out the UK will brew their own Beer (Ale), an org called CAMRA will only pick the most popular from endless letters and phone calls (usually friends and family of the brewer!) so they tend to avoid some really good ales brewed out of the lime light (suckers to the fashion) so you have to keep your wits about you to find the best beers and not the so called best beers!! ( Come on CAMRA, pull your socks up!!!) :wink: London is a great haunt to find these ‘best beers’ but as mentioned can be found all over the UK :cool:
OK—Homework: a devoted oenophile, IF I drink beer, it’s Killian’s Irish Red.
wow, Marina! .. your top looks fantastic in this!! – an accident of interference patterns that you liked the look of?
All About Weizen and Wheat Ale Styles…just a random, picked by Gail and Rudy :roll: The above video :arrow: …Brazil’s wonderful party dance explosion CSS have a new video for the song Alcohol off of their debut album Cansei De Ser Sexy. The video was directed by contsest winner/awesome director Jared Eberhardt. Watch some bunnies get drunk .
…free green beer…Marina is well liked :smile: Those Darlins – “DUI Or Die” :P
My all-time favorite, though, is Red Horse. Not the watered-down garbage you get her; the original from the Philipines. :razz:
Hefe-Weizen for me as well. Gotta have a lemon in it too. mmmm
Parkbrau Perminator was a unique one too… 12% I believe.
My favorites are Hofbrauhaus Dunkel or Newcastle.
Thanks for the great lesson – once again :mrgreen:
but it’s not the first time that you conclude by choosing the most popular explanation. Sometimes, the legend sounds most appealing and spreads faster than the true explanation … so i don’t want to remember the most popular origin, i want to know the real one ! :wink:
Anyway, you always do a great job …
….WHAT about STOUT !
Stout and porter are dark beers made using roasted malts or roast barley. There are a number of variations including Baltic porter, dry stout, and Imperial stout. The name Porter was first used in 1721 to describe a dark beer popular with street and river porters of London that had been made with roasted malts. This same beer later also became known as stout,though the word stout had been used as early as 1677.The history and development of stout and porter are intertwined
Irish stout or dry stout (in Irish, leann dubh, “black ale”) is very dark or rich in colour and it often has a “toast” or coffee-like taste. The most famous example, Guinness, is from Ireland. Its alcoholic content and “dry” flavour are both characterized as light, although it varies from country to country
Chocolate stout is a name brewers sometimes give to certain stouts. The name “Chocolate stout” is usually given because the beers have a noticeable dark chocolate flavour through the use of darker, more aromatic malt; particularly chocolate malt â€” a malt that has been roasted or kilned until it acquires a chocolate colour. Sometimes, as with Young’s Double Chocolate Stout, and Rogue Ales’ Chocolate Stout the beers are also brewed with a small amount of real chocolate
Thanks again for all that you do Marina. I dont know if anyone else has asked for this one but I would like to know the origin of the word syntax. Thanks in advance for any help on this.
I got a good word for you: dord. It used to mean density in chemistry and physics. Where did this word come from?
Couldn’t figure out what kind of beer you like… it was hard to decipher what you said.
I like Mary-Anna’s, St. Paul Street, You-Brew,”please bring back your empties beer!’
It was this women who had a small factory going on. She had beer recipes from around the world and put these beers in recycled glass bottles. It was tasty, cold, cheap and strong. No advertising.
Word request >>> Rig – A – Ma – Roll?
Dog gone it, I can’t find the origin of Dog gone it, can you help. Dog gone it I sure hope you can…
Greeting beautiful one,
Where did the phrase hebegebe derive from?
Thank you for the time spent with this weird word.
Do you mean “heebie-jeebies” or “heeby-jeebys”? If so, then I found:
A feeling of anxiety, apprehension or illness.
The sound of this term seems to hark back to earlier rhyming phrases, like hocus-pocus and mumbo-jumbo, with a touch of the jitters thrown in. The meaning is more like the British term – the screaming habdabs.
Heebie and jeebie don’t mean anything as independent words and heebie jeebies was coined at a time and place when there was a spate of new nonsense rhyming pairs, called rhyming reduplications, – the bee’s knees, etc., i.e. 1920s USA.
The term is widely attributed to William Morgan “Billy” de Beck. The first citation of it in print is certainly in a 1923 cartoon of his, in the 26th October edition of the New York American:
“You dumb ox – why don’t you get that stupid look offa your pan – you gimme the heeby jeebys!”
How about the word “pi” meaning 3.14159…? Any curious etymology associated with that?
I think it is more of a Greek letter, than a word, which for some reason mathematicions (Did I spell that right?) use it to symbolize that number. I guess they used it, maybe because that letter sounded like “pie”. And pies are round, so it is easier to remember to accurately measure something circular. I don’t know. :???:
Ancient Greeks didn’t speak English, so th symbol “pi” didn’t sound like “pie” them. It sounded like “Ï€Î¹” in ancient Greek.
I would say the best beer is Stella Artois.
Personally, I’d call that (and probably a lot of other “beers” mentioned here) lager – which is a different thing in my mind than beer. But I admit that a lot of Germans and Austrians would call it bier too.
Beer is the grand category of drinks brewed of fermented starches
from cereals flavored with hops.
Stella Artois is my favorite, too, closely followed by Grolsch in the
larger bottles and ceramic tops. For some reason, the Grolsch in
the regular bottles (known also in the more rowdy circles as the “throwing” bottles) is not up to par with that of the Grolsch with the ceramic tops.
All lagers are beer, but not all beer are lagers.
im just curious about where word PEACE come from.
im looking forward to your answer. thanks!
Wheat reminds me as a youth, when bagging the seeds I would eat some—the taste of wheat beer. Good stuff. :cool: Amazing, Moscova
Since you mentioned college and Beer, I would think that “Cleavage” would be appropriate as well. Where did that word come from?
While I would prefer Jack, if I am drinking beer, I choose to drink Molson Canadian.
Is there any connection between the words “ma’am”, “mammary” and the French word (which I cant spell) “memeuselle” (meaning a woman).
Marina, I read that you were going to research the name Maverick. I just read this article and thought I would pass it on.
It appears you can add the word, gobbledygook, in connection with Maverick, too.
what does brap mean
as in the gangsta term brrrrrrrap
No , I hate beer :???: it’s discusting , even tough…I think i can call myself a beer expert, I have done a huge project together with a friend of mine about beer, took almost a year of investegation, tasting, and brewing. We ended up with a pretty good beer :lol: everyone liked it (except me -.-)
what beer was that you liked…?? hyper bison? :S
going back to bed now -.- i’m still as sick as a dog :sad:
oh ,hefeweizen :mrgreen:
Hey Marina remember on one of the last videos on the picture of the three BIG ladies in bikinis. You ask me which one I wanted, well I picked the Blond woooopppeeee a lota fun. :lol: :lol:
Like your gravatar I do! Nice to have a fellow Star Wars fan here it is! :cool:
You go cufan71 here. To speak yoda language how. Yes, hmmm.
Saving that website to my favorites, I am! Thank you! Yes, hmmm.
Do you of a website where, talk like Jar-Jar, can I, hmm? Just kidding! Yes, hmmm :lol: Heeheee
I ran across this one by accident. You might want to type in Jar Jar talk in Google and see what you come up with. :cool:
Hello Capman Chubby Chaser :grin:
That was during the party the other night. :lol: :lol:
What happen the mechanical bull break down :???: :grin:
Oh Capman you won’t believe this! :shock:
So freaking cool, this is. Herh herh herh. This freaking thing wow I love. Yes, hmmm. To my favorites as well saved
As a retired English teacher, I enjoy and appreciate your lessons and your many charms. I am curious about a word we hear a lot lately, and that is the word “maverick.” My research reveals that our politicians might not necessarily know what it has meant over the years.
Thank you and I plan to keep watching everything you do!
That’s a good none johnscottromine, I think I will do it shortly since it is being used quite a bit lately! :-)
My question for you concerns two words that are constantly stumping me when I use them. First the verb, affect, and the noun effect. I’m hoping your explanation of the origins might help me remember the differences between the two. Your illuminating lessons are unforgettable.
All the best,
Bavaria, Lieshout, Holland.
Best there is, an i “tasted” allot haha
In your research for the origin of the word beer, did you uncover what beer was called before that?
Just wondering what the Ancient Egyptians and others would have called their versions of beer.
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- Schneider Weisse
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- Flying Dog In Heat Wheat
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In Heaven there is no beer
MARINA!!! Privet! Could you please please do a video about the phrase “knock on wood” or the word “download” or maybe “corndog?” Thanks so much and I love your vids!!! Do svidaniya, kraciva!
hey hot for words
i was wondering
were did the phrase “the bees knees” come from
Here is a word for you….Did you know, accord to grandma, that you are a SPINSTER? While looking over old photos with my 91 year old grandmother, she referred to an old friend of hers as… “a spinster into her mid-forties.” She also referred to herself as a spinster up until age 30. She seemed proud of that former status. To her the term spinster meant a women making it on her own. But today “Spinster” is a word not often heard and considered insulting when used. Most prefer the more PC terms of “bachelorette”, “professional/working women” or just “single female.” Still I am curious of it origins. Hope you find it of interest too you smart, sexy spinster!
Thanks for all interesting and entertaining videos.
where did the word tube come from :?:
I am a homebrewer, and I like many styles, although my favorite is American IPA.
I am a beer man through and through.
I posted a word request yesterday, but what it really is is “a test for teacher”! Can you as always beautifully (easy for you!) describe what makes the word CLEAVE unique in the English language? I would then like to know how it got to be in that unique position!
Here is a good reason for drinking beer. :shock:
Hello Bob, that was a funny video abooth French Canadians :lol:
It’s funny how different cultures develop swear words
In Quebec the profanity with
Catholic church words
In Spanish it is against your mother
Wonder what it is in Russian? :???: :grin:
Bob if you were married to this it would be another reason to drink and drink and drink. :lol: :lol:
>a href=”http://media.ebaumsworld.com/mediaFiles/picture/86/958040.jpg”> Beer Goggles
You do find some gross stuff, don’t you, Mike. Or did Buzzword lend you one of his cadavers?
Beer in Panama: $5 for SIX, count ‘em, SIX Balboas. Fav: Corona.
New tactic (repetition) – Yes, Marina is a busy girl. I sent some link graphics to her months ago, and even resubmitted them through the Captain, but, sniff, no response. I also thought millions of people wanted to know if there was a Mr. Marina, but no answer.
While I’m posing questions to ignore I might as well add why does the subscribe button only show the same number of videos?
Oh, and a recent video was the first one Marina didn’t say “hot for words must investigate”. It’s cute and I miss it.
checmark, there is no Mr. HotForWords, I got your graphics and they have been sitting on my desktop ever since you sent them the first time around as I’ve been meaning to figure out where to put them. Adverising banner have ver specific sizes, so I need banners in those sizes.
The only time I don’t say HFW investigates.. or decided to investigate is if I already investigated and it just doesn’t fit in the video.
And finally.. the subscribe thing is a snapshot I took a while ago.. I guess I could lose the total number of videos completely… I just cant change the graphic every time I use it as that would be very time consuming.
If beer is $6 for SIX in Panama, I’m moving there :-)
No surprise on your first answer. Not a soul in the world good enough for you! lol The graphics were not meant as ad banners, just link graphics for other sites, like mine. The ones you have are a little too sexy for many, more mainstream sites. Totally agree on dropping the number of videos from the subscribe graphic. We all know you are number one anyway.
And you are welcome to visit us in Panama any time. You would create quite the stir here for sure!
me also :lol:
Kilroy was here.
Who was Kilroy and where did he come from?
I bet you can’t answer this one Marina.
is Sexy. :lol:
The word that I would like to know about is “stocks”, as in the things that are traded on Wall Street. In England, stocks are called “shares”: to me, shares makes sense, because when you buy one, you are buying a share [in the usual sense] of the company. But why are they called stocks in the USA?
I dream about your beauty, DouglasK
The best beer I ever tasted was a Budweiser; now, before you all howl in derision, this was at a pavement cafÃ© in Brno in the Czech Republic and it was the local draught Budvar Budweiser and not the American virgins’ p*^s.
I don’t drink much these days but I do like the occasional beer with a spicy meal, because wine doesn’t go well with spicy food. I try to get an appropriate beer to go with the food, so Singha with Thai food, Tsing Tao with Chinese, Bintang (not poontang, that comes later.) with an Indonesian Rijstaffel, etc.
I’ve never ever heard of HefeWeizen, or seen it on sale, (one to look out for) but I have a bottle of Hobgoblin which someone gave me, which I am plucking up the courage to try – the label reads “a blend of smooth rich flavours from chocolate and crystal meths :!: :?: … Oh! no … crystal malts :oops: combined with a refreshing bitterness from English Fuggles hops and a dash of citrus aroma from Stryrian Goldings”.
Sounds like LSD in a bottle! :lol:
I made a present for Marina
it’s a big file so be patient :oops:
english translation thanks to aLx:
‘you are the song that goes through me,
that makes my heart pound,
you turned my life upside down,
you have the most beautiful ass in the world’
the lyrics are from the song i used for aLx’s birthday video :mrgreen:
there were a few images of marina with more of her… ass. showing, but i didnt want it to seem too crude so i used that image :oops:
What is there crude about the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius and gluteus minimus? They are only Muscles like the Gastrocneumius (calf), Semitendinosus and Biceps Femoris (hamstrings), Rectus Abdominis (six-pack) which Marina displays daily with complete charm and candour.
And why is it crude to display them but not to sing about them?
since your being all scientifical about it, those are isolated muscles. buttocks is a broader term that includes all the body systems that make up the “ass”.
your casualness with the public display of the buttocks is remarkably open minded and liberal. however, and i cannot speak for cc, but for the sake of my psyche, no matter how comfortable you are, please, don’t show me your ass. there is not enough charm and candor to compensate for the insult of that image upon my consciousness.
the oed isn’t used in medicine. both stedman’s and taber’s medical dictionary define the buttocks as including the entire gluteus muscle group and surrounding tissues, basically the hind quarters. the term buttocks refers to more than just the gluteus muscle group but all other body systems that are located there. for instance if an individual has a furuncular lesion on the buttocks it does not mean that there is a lesion on the gluteus maximus. the term includes the epidermis as well. i was just dissecting a dead guy’s nuts last week, i know some shit about anatomy.
cc, cute gift. however i translated the lyrics as “the most bountiful ass in the world” you might want to check, alx’s german sucks.
buttocks is a broader term that includes all the body systems that make up the “ass”.
Sorry, Buzz, I can’t agree with that statement; buttocks refers to the muscle group of the gluteus and nothing else. The OED defines buttock as “one of the two protuberances of the rump”.
As to the other “body systems” located in the same area, it is true that the Great Sculptor in the sky incorporated a basic design flaw in the human body, namely a drain and a sewer outlet in the middle of the playground, but that’s municipal architects for you.
Certainly, displaying those items would be crude and insulting for the viewer, but I see nothing crude in a beautiful, athletic young lady in a thong bikini.
BTW, here is a picture of a nice ass.
Interestingly, I had to search several pages of buttock pictures before I could find this.
i know some shit about anatomy.
If that’s what you spend your life doing, then I guess you do :lol: ; however I doubt if 99%+ of the population care a shit about your specialist knowledge.
when one is seeking medical help, that specialist knowledge is going to be damn important. of course if you prefer a fuckwit to serve your medical needs then thats your life. i think a large portion of the population would select an individual with specialist knowledge and skill. people start caring about that shit when their life is on the line.
I tell you what, Buzz, I’ll let you have the last word on this. :smile:
Now you’ll have to write another post so you can. :lol:
bountifully bouncing julia. not the entire intro, but(t) … oh, well.
yo cc, look at all the trouble your comments cause!
omg can we has smilies like this at christmas time :mrgreen:
Marina ! I have a word for you : ROSE :idea:
And…could you explain to your pupils what is a palendrome ?
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ELU PAR CETTE CRAPULE French palendrome.
What about an English palendrome ?
She’s already done palindrome in the video called Racecar.
rise to vote sir
do geese see god
i man, am regal, a german am i
never odd or even
if i had a hi fi
thats all i know from the top of my head :mrgreen:
hey marina i noticed you prefer video request :( but from beer, were did the word WINE come from?
I don’t drink beer often. But when I do, I drink Guinness or Bass Ale.
marina, please do the origin of tattle tale. thank you!!!!!!!!!
I do like beer. My favorites at the moment are Schlafly Hefeweizen and Schlafly Raspberry Hefeweizen. When in a bar I will usually order a Budweiser or a Blue Moon these days as Schlafly isn’t often offered. I tend to drink wine at home more often.
I request the word “used”, but in the less common context of “I’m used to cold weather” or “I used to stay up late”
No I do not enjoy beer.
I am new to the site and mean no offense. I was wondering about the origin of using feline references for female genitalia.
Allegory would be excellent to be investigated.
For all the young ladies out there this song will be here for you in the morning
Just Like a Women by Bob Dylan
That Baby’s got new clothes
But lately I see her ribbons and her bows
Have fallen from her curls.
She takes just like a woman, yes, she does
She makes love just like a woman, yes, she does
And she aches just like a woman
But she breaks just like a little girl.
I’m sorry I haven’t been doing my homework, lately. But you’re obviously the lovely type of teacher that assigns homework she neither grades, nor provides the correct answer, (if there is one, that is), so there is no impact on actual grades. I’ve had teachers like that before, and they rocked. I mean, assign, don’t care, and still get the “A” on coursework alone. I think most teachers of that sort just assign homework for poor students to think about the work, and shore up the knowledge for the classwork. Here, you get bunches of feedback, and that shows traffic. Coolness, either way.
Besides, I don’t really like beer. :grin: Although, if you can ever get your hands on a Japanese seasonal beer called “The Winter’s Tale – Fuyumonogatari” That’s a beer even I like. A lot, even. By the Sapporo Brewery, BTW.
good answer jindai….good thought too, about teachers :shock: …Sapporo Brewery has some roots not to far from Michigan….help from a Wisconsin guy to build it , long long time ago….dude, you are cool and be good :smile: Sapporo Beer Winter’s Tale Japanese AD 2008 :wink: [grog]…got to request [bubble-gum] words :lol: [charocoal]peace out
You kidding me? I love beer but I’m not a heavy drinker. I like MGD, Heinekin, Budweiser and a at least a few of yous know my other 2 beers I totally like.
Hey marina i would like you to find the orgin of the word Feet.
Poor young cherub, sodomy is not exclusive to homosexuals :roll:
Word Request: PERVERT
I heard it comes from French pervertere, which at some point meant something like “to put seminal fluids in the wrong vessel” (a clear reference to homosexuality), but I don’t know if that is true
Phollox look at comment above :roll:
Phollox, here is some music for you The End of the Innocence by Don Henley
homosexuality. oh, really. how about heterosexuals doing it anal? who decides what is the “wrong vessel”? well, it ain’t you, that’s for sure.
just in case anyone is taking an anatomy exam. a few differences between the anus and the vagina.
Good Morning Europe, Asia, Miss Cupcake Land and my good friends in Kiwi Land, Blair Hopkins, JR Lawrence and my favorite Maori cannibal, Violet
Here a little music to get you all going… Aquarius not finish yet some more Let the Sunshine In
Not done yet, one more More Sunshine from Hair
When I saw this play it just blew my mind when everyone came out from
under the parachute naked.
Who else saw Hair live on stage? :???: :???:
Hair rhymes with beer so I’m not to far off topic :mrgreen:
Hair rhymes with bare, and a barebeer is someone who cuts your hair. :lol:
Guess the sun is up in your half of the world,
If it’s tomorrow what kind of day will I have
Do you have access to the winning lotto numbers
just kidding, I’m a real kidder. :smile:
Why the asterisk after planet
are you making a reference to how you will rule this planet? :razz: :grin:
nah i put the asterick because, my word, (misscupcakeplanet) was like, a correction of your word. (misscupcake land) –
because, it is not a land, but a whole planet!!
and i live there alone.
you know on chat programs like msn, when you type something incorrectly, then you retype it correctly but with * to let others know that its a correction?
yeh. thats what i did :oops:
i was correcting your word :oops:
and well, in regards to the ruling of the planet, I aready rule the planet because Im the only who lives there :wink:
PS the sun has gone from my planet. It is 10 pm here, Tuesday night :cool:
Maybe I should introduce you to The Little Prince and you can hook your planets together and be lonely no longer. :smile:
check this out
words request Plymouth Rock
Here is my answer . By the way I like Pale Ale. Heffe Weisse is good too.
Marina, how come you never correct the Homework?
What was the answer to Abysmal? :mad:
word request phrase International Harvester
coors is good coors light and miller old milwaukie , and several others.
Woird request – haughty
(like Betty and Veronica)
Betty is a hottie, but
Veronica is haughty.
Let Reggie have her – LOL! :mrgreen:
Hello Marina, when i was in the U.S. Navy I was told that a “talliwhacker” was the flap on the back of the dress uniforms and was used to keep the grease from a sailors hair from messing up the uniform, and i was wondering if there was any truth behind this and if so, where did they come up with such a silly word?
Were you told that by the same person who told you to tighten up the Galley Downhaul?
I have actually never heard that before.
hello! i cant drink much naturally…. and i ve been off cigarettes for 4 days. so i m trying to be a perfectly healthy person, i m Japanese though. but actually i wanna smoke especially after meals….
i wonder where cold turkey came from….
Marina ,you are very wonderful a person and you are give me very happy.And so I love you MARINA.you are very sweet.
All with my loves and hugs,
SAMSUN-TURKEY :smile: :idea: :razz: :lol: :oops:
Hi, Marina. I just discovered Hot For Words. I love you, girl! Fantastic concept! Your physical beauty, your voice, the flirting – and then I realize how much I am learning. Genius. I hope for you all the success in the world.
How about the origin of “all hat and no cattle” ? Being a Texan, I am familiar with the expression. But how did it come to be? I appreciate your help. Thanks again for the entertaining and informative site. All the best, Originalistrick.
Marina, I would like to request two words:
“Definitely,” which many people misspell on the internet.
“Ridiculous” which comes from ridicule, but most people pronounce RE-diculous.
Biber! Biber! LOL!
Homework: Heineken is my first choice unless
they have a brewery onsite. HefeWeizen isn’t available at Publix or Winn Dixie :cry:
Where did the term “Rock and Roll” come from and how does it apply to the music?
It was a euphemism in the black music culture for sex. So was “jazz.”
no, that can’t be right. what do black people have to do with rock and roll? elvis was white.
Reply to Buzzword: What does Elvis have to do with it? Elvis didn’t create Rock and Roll, not the music and not the name for it. The first recognizable Rock and Roll music was done by Little Willy John, Fats Domino, Chuck Berry, Chuck Willis, Larry Williams and Little Richard, et al. Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Bill Haley and Gene Vincent, et al, were grafted onto that sound, but the sound was from the Black culture. I was there. Google Rocky Frisco and see. Early Rock and Roll was Blues with a beat.
Gladys Presley told me Elvis first heard “that music” in a black church when he was just a baby.
yeah, i was being sarcastic. my comment in blue was a link to pinetop’s boogie woogie.
I thought that might be the case. :) I did follow the link. How I found out about the connection for “Jazz” was that many years ago, I was waiting in a law library to talk to a lawyer and was reading old court cases from 1933 and some Black defendants used the euphemism: “I didn’t jazz her, Judge; it was Shorty that jazzed her that night.”
wow, that was a really neat find. thats one of the things i like about exploring the history and culture of music. my son asked me if there was music underground and i said, “if there are people underground there is music with them.” its such a innate characteristic of our humanity.
I don’t like most beer. I will sometimes have a Corona, but without the slice of lime. I do like one kind of Beer, Bosbier, from Belgium. It’s made with elderberries and it tastes great. You can only get it near the race track at Spa-Francorchamps.
Marina could you please investigate the word Rubik as in Rubik’s cube
‘er…isn’t that the inventor’s surname?
Good choice Marina, but I am more of a Lager person. Gordon Beirsch’s Marzen, made in San Jose California, is one of my favorites. But Fat Tire, Sam Adams, and a few others will suffice if I can’t find Gordon.
In Texas, we have a beer called Shiner that is definitely worth trying, but my absolute favorite is a German beer called Hacker-Pschorr Dunkel. It is a dark wheat beer.
Shiner hefeweizen :mrgreen:
Shiner Bock… very good stuff
ChaCha is all hefeweizen beer all made with wheat ? I see there are different makes of hefeweizen beers from Shinner, Michelobe and other makes. Most beers are made from malts, hops and barley. What is hefeweizen made from? Or anybody can answer.
Hefeweizen is a good choice. My fovorite is the Great Lakes Durtmunder Lager. (made in Cleveland, OH) :shock:
2 favorites here Amber Bock if my pants aren’t too snug :mrgreen: and one of the oldest beers from Europe Pilsner Urquell for a lighter beer.
Hello Marina Thanks for the origin of the word beer. I happen to like Fosters.
I was also wondering,my trusty hotforwords..Where does the word “trusty” come from? It seems to be a word you use frequently.
BEER!!!!! I LOVE YOU Marushka! I reeeeaaalllly do! I bet dollars to donuts You could pack a bunch of beers in that purple pouch!! We could smuggle them into a concert!
Did I use “Marushka” correctly? I’m just a damn dumb Iowa Boy(man actually)but I try.
Ahhh,the homework,what a tastey assignment! I have cracked My 3rd,maybe 4th,bottle of Budweiser since getting home from work,along with the “chill-pills” I feel little pain at the moment! Did Ya notice I’m not all that shy at the moment?!?! :lol: There’s a “BIG BUT” tho,,,,,,Bud is not My favorite,just one of the staples,I looooove Heineken and also Negra Modello! Heineken has been a fav for years and I just discovered Negra Modello last summer in Minnesota at a little liquor store with some cute chickies of varying ages selling it to Me by the box/boxes! If I ever get back to Cali I plan to ask You out for a drink or two,it’s only 1/2-way accross the USA,could happen.
Didja ever notice that,with a buzz,much proofreading/correcting is needed? LOL,such is life,I love it.
Hey Capman,I hope You get Yer tour of the Euro pubs someday,,,,Me too!
Now,all You novice Drinkers/Partiers out there,remember to rinse the emptys or the go% %amn beer gnats will take over! LOL! I hate bugs in the house,outside is their domain,in here is Mine.
Marina/Marushka; I didn’t understand the name of your fav beer,could You spell it out for Me please? You have darn good english skills,it’s My ears that are “suspect”!! LOL,wooooo hoooo!
tryant(most deffinately *not* “tyrant”)
PS; Geez Louise,I gotta get up early tomorrow. :cry: :roll: :lol:
Hey Tyrant she said it was Hefeweizen. :grin: I never heard of it. :???:
HefeWeizen schmeckt gut!
Haven’t researched it yet but the name sure sounds Germanic to Me,that’s always a good sign when it comes to beer. Gotta peek at melika’s link too.I just got up! Prolly be workin till after suppertime,,,,again! :smile:
Oh yeah,wheat beer,that’s the stuff(Blue Moon) I have sitting lonely in the back of the fridge.By the time I get round to drinking the last few bottles *maybe* I’ll have a taste for it.I guess I can’t,in good concience,disregard all wheat beers just cause of one brand.
I prolly sound like some kinda big alcoholic by now but I often go days-weeks-months without drinking,then,I can go get snockered or just have 1-2 a night once in a while,lately I been mixin it up. Super sober folks call that “binge drinking”,here in my neck of the woods we call it,,heh heh,,,”normal”.
My dearest teacher: Where did the phrase “Wet Noodle” come from as in “Ill whip your but with a 1000 wet noodles?”
I thought the saying was “You couldn’t whip a wet noodle in summertime”.
Maybe it is a geographic differance.
I’ve seen it both ways. As strong, as in @ss whooping (street), to weak as is used in your reply.
that don’t make no sense at all.
now, if it was “wipe” …
There’s actualy a bunch of definitions. That’s whY I want Marina to give me something definitive.
You know Octoberfest just ended in Munich, 6million litres of beer consumed. Marina you should have worned a traditional baveria drindle for this video as the name did come from baveria.
By the way, has anyone gotten a ringtone yet? I want to know if Marina is still handing them out. It would make my day to get one.
I don’t drink, which I guess is odd. Especially considering I’m a firefighter. it is a drinkers culture os I constantly get ripped on for it.
Marina, could you do a favor for this fireman and tell me the origin of the word PIKE. It’s an ancient weapon, a fish and a tool we use in the fire dept. (pike pole)
You look more beautiful with every video.
:mrgreen: I prefer ice tea. I can’t stand the smell of beer and I don’t drink any alcoholic beverages!
Heyy Marina, I have always been curious about the origin of the word “Plethora” and would love for you to investigate it!
And my choice of beer would have to Sam Adams Boston Lager.
MMMMmmmm,try a plethora of different beers buddy,You’ll get a gist of at least one meaning,Marina will have to handle the origin. :grin:
Samuel Adams also makes a HefeWeizen beer :mrgreen:
I have a request. As a special treat, instead of the usual english lesson, why don’t you teach us some russian swear words! :cool:
Here’s your first lesson:
What is Marina saying? :mrgreen:
I enjoyed your video today while drinking a new bier, bibber, beer by
Miller called MGD64, less filling and taste great! Now I think I’ll have one more while I watch your video again and make sure I didn’t miss any details. chow! :wink: :!: :smile:
My favourite is ‘Old Speckled Hen’ which is a British bitter or dark beer. It’s fab.
Did you know that “Old Speckled Hen” is a corruption of “Old Speckled One” which is the name of the oldest MG Sports Car?
Yeah, it was an old car kept at the brewery and was actually called “Owld Speckled ‘Un”. Cheers!
NARRAGANSETT BEER from little old Rhode Island can’t be beat. Check it out for yourself at: http://www.NarragansettBeer.com
Remember when a GIQ was .54 cents.
you drank it with your friends on a ice pond
because the cops where afraid to go into the swamp
oh, they might get lost in the Great Swamp :roll: :cool: :grin:
Hey neighbor have a Gansett or
after a couple of tall boys
‘gave a hansett’ :shock: :grin: :mrgreen:
HI Marina what is the origin of the word shrink when used as a name for a psychologist :?:
Slow as hell.
I think I dated Her,reeeally was “hell” after the “fast as hell” chick! KJ,They are all adventures in their own right.
Damn spellchecking marathon tonight for Me,I better get some chow and give this site a break whilst I SNOOZE,,G-NIGHT All.
oh…i found that top Mesmerizing…
when i drink beer, which is not often, i find myself usually having Corona with lime…
rarely, i’ll have a Stout…
and sometimes, in a pinch, MGD… :cool:
That clip was amazing!
Some people are so talented you just have to hate them. :lol:
That was fascinating and so original.
Thanks for posting it, Tom.
hello marina, i too would like to request lollipop.
Good video Marina I like Budweiser that guy in the video request with the old milwaukee beer i never like it but i liked their commercials the Swedish bikini team pretty women parachute out of the with ice could beer :lol:
out of the sky with ice cold :oops:
can you do a video on what boxing means?
what about boxing day in canada? what duh fuuu id datt?
New phases have evolved in this computer age:
D-commenting, Drunk commenting or
CUI Commenting Under the Influence. :roll:
It increases my paranoia
Like looking in my mirror and seeing a police car
I’m guilty of both on occasion,scrip and alcohol infuenced posting, GREAT vid post,good old jams!!
OK Now say the alphabet , SAY IT! don’t sing it,
You failed put your hands behind your back tee hee :mrgreen:
OMG,Yer a Cop!! how did I miss those flashing red lights!!! Aaarrrrggghhhh!
The last time I was hauled-in the cops all thought I was pretty comical and the lady intern cop even drove My truck to the next town where the jail and My house was at that time! When She was parking the truck in My drive I asked if I could go into the house to get smokes,the cop said “yes but I have to go with in You” so in We went,,,He stayed in the LR and let Me walk past My gun rack with 2 assault rifles,a 22LR that belonged to My son,and,My 40Cal pistol in the holster! I grabbed My carton of smokes from the BR,walked back past the gun rack and out to the cop car for the last bit of the ride to the jail. During all this I was cuffed in front so they must have trusted Me to behave,wich I did.
Not to worry,I have worked on some houses belonging to police officers and got along ok with them,not to mention,My Nephew-in-Law was recently nominated for Associate Judge position,I think He missed it tho,no more comments from Niece on the family group site.
tryant (I got more stories than Carter ever made pills!)
Oooops,,forgot to say the alphabet!
A is for Alprazolam-B is for Barbituates-C is for Crank/Coke-D is for Drugs-E is for Ecstacy-F is for Fuc%ed up-G is for Good shit-H is for Heroin(but I will never touch it)-I is for Intense-J is for Joint(smoking variety,not jail!)- and on and on.
Nice PD where you live
Good story :grin:
Hello Hotforwords, I have a word request. My word request is “lollipop”. As funny as the word may sound, why is it called a lollipop and not something else? Hopefully you reply with a video response. Take care ; )
thanks for coming here :grin:
Anytime. Keep up with the great videos! You are awesome lol
Dear hot for words,
I have never really understood the phrase “having your cake and eating it too”. I mean if you have cake and your not going to eat it, what are you going to do with it?
A curios patron :grin:
share it of course,if there isn’t enough to feed the guests then the guest of honor,honorably,goes without a piece. Mystery solved by a buzzing goofball.
Hi I’m new and I signed up because I have a word request.
I would like to know the origin of the saying “Lets go paint the town red”
Ahoy ahoy! Hmmm….lessee…
“paint the town red” is a new one!
Good request. Since you are new,
you might want to check out the
pulldown menus. Shout Outs and
Downloads is a good place to start :mrgreen:
Oh yeah, you have probably got a
better avatar graphic to use than that
computer generated one.
Click on it and this takes you to
Gravatar.com where you can upload
your own or choose one by using a
link address. Also, check out the
Lessons and Words list for yourself!
Ciao! (Ooops! chow – LOL) :grin:
Have you ever had a drink of Horchata? That’s ORE, LOVE! :oops:
Dear ÑÐ¾Ð²ÐµÑ€ÑˆÐµÐ½Ð½Ð°Ñ Marina, For your homework, the most recent beer I had was called St. Pauli Girl. (I think you’d be a lovely St. Pauli girl.) :grin: I don’t drink beer very often for health reasons, but some of the other beers I’ve tried are Coors, Olympia, O’Doul’s, Cutter, and TsingTao. Per your recommendation, I’ll try Hefeweissen, someday!. Nice skirt with that pocket on the left side. It probably could hold four bottles of beer and some ice. :smile: Your dear student, seesixcm6
I don’t like biber, I have been Sober for 2 years.
I am barely over the legal drinking age, I did all of my fare share when I was a young cub.
Everything is so much clear now I don’t drink everclear.
Dear you are the best Export from Russia not Vodka. I used to think Vodka tasted like Candy…
HotForWords makes you Intelligent
Beer makes you unintelligent
Drinking beer and watching HotForWords … :?:
Leads to fantasy of drinking with Marina. :oops:
By the Way, Dear Marina, I request:
Also, I hope your Birthday is marked on your upcoming Calendar!
G’day Ladies and Bruce’s!
Just popped in to say Australian beer is recommendedand with a
PG-13 rating for explicit language like we Aussie’s might be inclined
So, take it from me Bruce , Eric Idle knows beer!
I also think that Budweiser/Busch claims that beer was invented
in Egypt. Visitors to the Egypt theme of the park can get the short
history nearby King Tutankhamun and pay respects to the Cow-god.
(Yes – Have a burger, Hail Cow!)
Hilarious! Great video.
I do not like beer. I don’t drink. Sorry to sound like a broken record. :lol:
I mean since I’ve said that in previous comments.
That’s ok Mike it’s an acquired taste anyway. Tea, coffee, milk, may be your preferred choice and that’s fine. :wink: I had to start out brushing my teeth first before I could drink a beer. That might sound funny but some how it works. I don’t drink as much as I used to only a social drinker now. So you don’t sound like a broken record. Probably a smart one for never starting to drink to begin with. :smile:
Miller High Life. My absolute favorite, though, is whatever somebody else is buying :oops:
Is that a Corona in your hand @ 0.22? Corona is a good beer, but it seems to taste better in Mexcio :grin:
It does taste better in MX
maybe because it’s only eight pesos (.78) :???:
My word request: Hippogryph
Have you been watching Harry Potter movies?
I’m not a fan of the dark beers, I like the micro-brews or Bud lite.
micro brews what is that smokey :?:
micro brewsare beers that come from brewery which produces a limited amount of beer (less than 15,000) barrels and a limited distrabution area.
OK thanks smokey
Do you think you can do a word for me, Abacus. Thanks from AllNaturalSmith504.
I wish I can find a better video, but due to copyrights… this is as close I as I can to find on being drunk. :mrgreen:
Here’s one that explains why me Irish ancestors drank (PG-13).
:mrgreen: Hilarious :mrgreen:
Dance time, get up from your desk, grab your partner and beStrokin’
Her you go Chevolay a video to go with your stroking video. :lol: :lol:
That is the all time greatest comeback
I ever did experience here
You’re getting inside my head now
keep it up I really like to laugh :lol: :lol: :cool:
Word request Sassyfied. :lol:
Wha..? Commented on my video.. then did the exact same comment again.. they subscribed.. then subscribed again… I am showing up twice in thier subscriptions list.. It duplicated everything!! how weird/cool
I don’t like beer….. but I am curious of trying Guiness.
There are 2 mor i can think of…. Absinthe and Vermouth
What kinda of beer did you say you liked. You said it so fast I couldn’t understand you. :???:
Home work= OP’s.
Ok that what Alx thought you said. Thanks M. :smile:
Hefeizen?! There is a word worth finding it’s origin!
Hefe in relation to bovine or cow….
while weizen. Weizen indicates “wheat” by way of Babel-fish.
Do I really want to know how this beer is made…..? :roll:
hefe = yeast.
Spoils the cow-effect, eh?
But, solves something! The best, smoothest beer I ever had was
a wheat-yeast beer ( I can not remember the variety ).
And so I totally reccommend the quest for the best wheat-yeast beer!
? Hefeweizen, eh ?
Soon to be sampled !!
Blue Moon is a belgian-style wheat beer,I haven’t cultivated a taste for it yet,hence,the lonely bottles in the back of My fridge.
I’ve had this in Germany where along with the yeast that’s in the beer they drop a tiny little spatula of yeast into it as they serve it. The whole beer wakes-up, rolling and turns white: heffeweisen is white yeast beer, or inverted: yeast white beer–it’s also healthful.
Great video! Five+ stars
One of the beers I like from a local microbrewery is Blind Pig. originally brewed at Blind Pig Brewing Co in Temecula, Calif. , now part of the Russian River Brewing Co.
I grew up with LÃ¶wenbrÃ¤u oh, and speaking of Oktoberfest, it’s being held through Oct 26 at Alpine Village in Torrance, Calif. amongst other places.
Miller Genuine Draft please.
Another use for that mini skirt.
If not a puppy pocket, our girlfriends could carry a couple of beers in it.
P.S. That top really did a number on the camera.
Or maybe it was a beer special effect.
And thanks for showing the six pack as well.
I want to complain that on my pc the “print screen” does not work any longer on your homepage. i am very sorry about that, as i cannot keep any memories of your videos.
Hola Marina, Me gustan mucho tus videos y eres hermosa, quisiera que me respondieras esta solicitud: CUE.
Y si lo hicieras y me mandas un beso mejor!
From Monterrey, Mexico.
Molson Canadian. Before that, I couldn’t abide beer whatsoever. But Molson Canadian…mmm, it’s like liquid bread :D
WORD REQUEST: Somewhat festive, I always wondered why the simple word Boo was used to describe a frightening effect. Is it short for something else? Thanks, Marina ;) Lovely as always.
This is my politics concerning beer. What’s the best beer made in Canada, or Australia? I can’t tell you because they are not allowed into America. Why can’t they import any beer they want to… to America? I’m sure they got reasons coming out of their asses. All I have to say is, screw every one of those reasons they can think of. Free trade, baby, bring on the beer from everywhere :!: Is that asking for too much?
I don’t understand. Of course Canadian and Australian beers can be and ARE bought & sold in the U.S.
They have only one beer in Australia, Fosters? Name the Australian beers that are available in your stores. BTW- what state are you in? And about the Canadian beers, what is the best Canadian beer?
Well, due to certain laws many beers are not truly imported into the US, but rather brewed and/or bottled in the US and then distributed under their import label. These stateside-bottled beers generally have a much lower alcohol content than their home-brewed counterparts (Wasserbier, I think our German friends laughingly call American and Americanized beer). I would tend to believe that these requirements are done to drive up the cost/price of imported beers and promote the sale and consumption of American beers… a tariff, if you will.
i don’t drink, so i asked a friend of mine.
his answer: “i call it pissbier.”
Hehe… thanks for the research aLx :lol:
Now in Paris fr., before that in California, before that Utah (even there you could buy Foster’s in state run stores), In California I’ve had Foster’s on tap!
Do they even drink beer in France? If so, what? Stella Artois?
There does seem to be a beer war. however. Some regions or states are different, muggins where are you?
East Side, San Jose, Silicon Valley, California, USA, Earth
I thought it had something to do with the alcohol percentage
When I was hanging & drinking in Montreal the beer has the 5% written on the bottle.
I’m not really sure but 5% beer in the USA is somehow not allowed or needs to be called Malt Liquor.
For sure you cannot find the exact good Canadian beer in the US.
FYI with you order the big bottle of beer in Quebec ask for un gross.
Also milk and cheese products taste better in Canada. :cool:
Donuts are better in Canada, too. Just kidding, eh. Back to the subject at hand. Alcohol varies with beers, depending on how they brew it. Most lagers are from 4 to 6% alcohol by volume. Here is a URL for a listing of beers and their alcoholic content.
Also, concerning the import problems with getting good beer in the states, I’ve heard that certain beers are shipped to America preserved with formaldehyde. Whether that’s true or not is another aspect of this problem, since it’s a poison and it would also affect taste. We should know this stuff. It’s just like Jonathon Winters said in “The Russians Are Coming”…he said,
“We’ve got to get organized!”
You’re from Canada? What’s your favorite Canadian beer?
Muggins mon frere, Indirectly yes, I’m Canadian, I spent a part of my youth in Quebec City and Montreal. My last name takes up many pages in the white pages of a Quebec phone book.
I’ve heard the scream on the Plains of Abraham, without offending our British friends, I’m still pissed off about that battle.
The last time I was on the Plains of Abraham I was with a beautiful Japanese tennis player she helped to heal my tormented soul.
Oh what was the question, Favorite beer, yes I did like the
German beer Konenbrough spl?. Then you got your Molson and Labatt and all I got now is a faded memory.
I do remember concerts by Pink Floyd and King Crimson. Losing my friends one night and staying at the Iroquois Hotel.
Then going to the center of Montreal and seeing the young girls going on lunch break, I said to myself, “This is like a fashion show, all these beautiful cosmopolitan women dress to the nines, for no other reason than going to lunch.”
The last time I was in Montreal you could sell hash legally in the foyer of the bar, and only smoke it in the bar.
In the small villages women where not allowed in the bar itself but where allowed in a separate room.
This actually was a good idea because men tend to act differently with women around. This is only an observation.
Oh well I broke my own rule about giving up to much information.
Or did I? :?: :???: :???:
I love this video about how different it is in French Canada. :lol:
Yes, they drink and make beer in France. Fischer & Kronenberg are both French beers even though some people think they are German. Leffe is an extremely popular beer in France but it’s Belgian. Many ancient breweries in Northern part of France make interesting beers corked like champaigne. One of the most widely drunk beers is 1664
When you ask for a draft lager in France you ask for un blond … go figure. :???:
Bob, otherwise you’re drinking a dumb beer.
Possibly not the right forum for that sentiment. :wink:
I have a similar Beer Poster in my house
only the caption reads:
BEER, HELPING WHITE PEOPLE DANCE SINCE 1862
After a few drinks I will put a link in for a dance song
This dance is best done with a partner. :mrgreen:
Marina ! Concerning ABYSS :
I do not agree with your etymology. Here is mine :
What did I miss, free beer :smile:
One Borboun One Scotch One BEER :!:
Excellent song by GT and the Delaware Destroyers!
Ah… a worthy topic! :mrgreen:
Homework: Yes, I do express a deep and abiding affection for beer… or as some call it, barley soda, amber nectar, or even ambrosia :mrgreen:
I don’t know what my favorite kind is called, though I believe it to have been a Pilsner that was served to me in a liter Stein while I was on pilgrimage to my Mecca… the Hofbrauhaus in Munchen. I couldn’t believe how good it was so, needing a second opinion, I ordered another.
My second favorite kind of beer is Stout, particularly Guinness, or as others have referred to it, that nasty black crap, or motor oil. I prefer to call it “Liquid Lunch.” Served “Black and Tan” (with Bass or Harp) can lessen the strength for those who are new to Stouts.
Hefeweizen? Is that the Dutch style of beer that is often served with a slice of citrus fruit like orange or lemon? Also, does anyone know if Bitters is considered to be a beer? My father had a great love of Bitters, but I was never fully convinced that it was beer.
Beer came from Eden! New favorite: Picon biere (Picon beer), it’s beer with Picon added. The best, ever, really, ever.
Ah, good ol’ hef. I had that about a month ago….on an empty stomach. Needless to say it tasted like lemon…both times….ewww! Hey, is that a dog training skirt? It look like you could fit enough treats in that pocket to train Kobe all day. Heck, Kobe might even fit in there! :mrgreen:
umm … your top is kinda … disturbing. it does this weird psychedelic effect … stripes are too small.
that happened w/ mccain’s tie, too, when that presidential debate took place. really awkward choice of his advisors.
oh, and what is that at 1:37? “i prefer … myself” … sounds like “hefeweizen”?
I couldn’t understand her either Alx. So I asked her to what she said. She said it so fast.
How’s the weather up there? :grin:
Mach Schau! Mach Schau!
#1 :mrgreen: Godd show.
Mach Schau! Mach Schau!
#1 :mrgreen: Good show.
Not your typical philologist! Putting the LOL in PhiLOLogy :-)
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