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' Strangers on a train' by johnnythemonkey on 6 September 2007 1:15am
 
Should I have kept this to the latin Ginnyp ? Your mom for my poison dwarf ( wife ) ? I'll do both if you can come up with a good alibi.
We were on unholiday untogether ? And we both have no marks to disprove the theory that we were totally uninvolved in their natural and uninvestigated deaths. RIP you pair of uninteresting cadavers.
 
Re: ' Strangers on a train' by tucsonmike on 6 September 2007 6:51am
 
Great movie.
 
Re: ' Strangers on a train' by Ginnyp on 9 September 2007 4:51am
 
No! I can't believe what you were thinking! You've just stitched yourself up!! Everybody calls their other half the poisoned dwarf, as long as they're much shorter. What if your wife was 6' 2''?
 
Re: ' Strangers on a train' by sighthound on 9 September 2007 5:10am
 
What? Who was it (Shaw? Wilde?) who insisted that the Americans and the English (and I'd add Australians) are separated by a common language?
 
Re: ' Strangers on a train' by tucsonmike on 9 September 2007 8:07am
 
It was George Bernard Shaw.
 
Re: ' Strangers on a train' by Ginnyp on 9 September 2007 5:49pm
 
You're right. Stick to Latin. It will take 3x as long to translate but it's meant and e-mail is pants! Gins xxx
 
Re: ' Strangers on a train' by Palin_Lover on 11 September 2007 3:04am
 
Haha, what a great quote, Geraldine!
 
Re: ' Strangers on a train' by themontyfreak on 12 September 2007 11:46pm
 
Latin :D. Amo Latinam ^_^.
 
Re: ' Strangers on a train' by Spursfan on 13 September 2007 10:52am
 
Salvete!

*struggles to remember*

amo amas amat amamus amatis amant

mensa mensa mensam mensae mensae mensa mensae mensae mensas mensarum mensis mensis

Valete!

(My brain aches now!)
 
Re: ' Strangers on a train' by Ginnyp on 13 September 2007 11:55pm
 
coquus est in culina opened up a whole new world of understanding abroad. Just one year of study helped so much. However, other half decided to take it literally.
 
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