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anais_oasis
21-12-2003, 16:20
the english idioms are no better....what about "pulling someone's leg" meaning to make fun of somebody...nonesense. can anybody feel me in?:confused:

DJ Biscuit
22-12-2003, 14:15
Feel you in?

kniga
22-12-2003, 14:39
DJ,

Be nice! A Russian will often pronounce "fill" as "feel," so that's what she wrote, you dirty old (young?:-)) man!

DJ Biscuit
22-12-2003, 14:41
Kniga, sometimes I wonder about people. You are stating the bleeding obvious. My comment was purely flippant humour, no one needed this to be explained. But thanks anyway for that!

kniga
22-12-2003, 15:00
DJ,

I always leap to the defense of lovely ladies against the sharp barbs of ill fortune! The ladies generally appreciate it even if you don't. By the way, you do get full marks for the quick quip...

DaveUKagain
22-12-2003, 15:21
A nice young lady thanked me yesterday for the "massage" I sent her...... ;-))))

fat_chick
22-12-2003, 15:30
sorry
is "пинать ***" in the meaning of "doing nothin" something normal and logical??
that's why it's "IDIOM"
it's about to bacome an idiotic discussion like "what's better - socks or towel"

fat_chick
22-12-2003, 15:31
become

Polia Ivanova
22-12-2003, 17:30
oh people stop taking p'i's's out of Russian typical mistakes...
or sometimes they say "taking the Mikey out of smth" or even "extracting the Michael out of smth"

one of my embarrassments - "up your bottom" instead of "bottoms up"

And it looks like it is not only Russian problem - you cannot imagine what simple English folks put in their health self-assessment notes when they do not know how to spell "diarrhoea"

Kshisya
22-12-2003, 17:34
Originally posted by kniga
DJ,

Be nice! A Russian will often pronounce "fill" as "feel," so that's what she wrote, you dirty old (young?:-)) man!

i second!!! :D recently texted a friend "wouldn't mind to be feeled in" instead of "filled in" :D was funny :rolleyes: nu just by the way ;)...actually in that case i didnt mind both options:rolleyes: :p

DaveUKagain
22-12-2003, 17:41
Heheee ! Girls, we love you for the little spelling errors, y`know. But. How can anyone keep a straight face when your fiancee goes into a butchers` in Rotterdam and orders two kilos of "hamster", meaning "ham" ? ;-))))))))))

fat_chick
22-12-2003, 18:11
why not
hamster is probably really nice rosted

DJ Biscuit
22-12-2003, 18:32
Or indeed roasted,

sorry here we go again. I can't talk, my Russian spelling is so bad you have to guess what the word is! :D

DaveUKagain
22-12-2003, 19:42
Probably right - but I live in fear that somewhere in Rotterdam there lurks a coven of two kilo hamsters with beady little eyes and pointy yellow teeth trying to avoid the clutches of Dutch butchers...... ;-)))))

kniga
22-12-2003, 21:01
"i second!!! recently texted a friend "wouldn't mind to be feeled in" instead of "filled in" was funny nu just by the way ...actually in that case i didnt mind both options:-) :-)"


Kshisya,

Well, that comment ought to get a rise out of the guys. :-)

anais_oasis
22-12-2003, 22:51
i guess, this forum is very strict on spelling....thanks god, i read your replies later, if we were talking live , i think you would kill me...or should i use a dictionary everytime i want to say something? but in this"feel me in " case it was funny...i wish i knew how it sounds in native english..he-he:p

anais_oasis
22-12-2003, 23:02
can somebody feel the hamster's bottom in?..........or up....

fat_chick
23-12-2003, 12:01
http://hamster.pp.ru/
i guess it's some sort of a combination of hamsters and linguistics

fat_chick
23-12-2003, 12:03
http://hamsters.kulichki.net/breeding.html
only for adults