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April 10 2010

I like tu keep my opshuns open
Who knew the swirling vortex of hell would be so fluffy?
Ai has a wonder about… well, ebbryfink rilly.
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If you’re gonna be one of us you gotta show some teeth ...
Been living here 45 minutes Of course it’s my chair

April 01 2010

did i heard can openrrrr?
Iz our fort. No gurlz allowd.
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Hay…who turned teh bubblez orf?
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finished painting pencil sketch
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Basement Cat regrets having evil offspring in his likeness …
C’mon Houdini Show us what you got
What Hobbes really does all day when Calvin’s at school
C’n I seez teh wyne list?
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March 29 2010

“You’re trying to kidnap what I’ve rightfully stolen.”
via GREAT SHOWDOWNS by scott c.
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March 28 2010


March 25 2010

Thirteen words not found in the english language:

1. Waldeinsamkeit (German): the feeling of being alone in the woods

2. Ilunga (Tshiluba, Congo): a person who is ready to forgive any abuse
for the first time, to tolerate it a second time, but never a third time

3. Taarradhin (Arabic): a way of resolving a problem without anyone losing
face (not the same as our concept of a compromise – everyone wins)

4. Litost (Czech): a state of torment created by the sudden sight of one’s own misery

5. Esprit de l’escalier (French): a witty remark that occurs to
you too late, literally on the way down the stairs…

6. Meraki (Greek): doing something with soul, creativity, or love

7. Yoko meshi (Japanese): literally ‘a meal eaten sideways’, referring to
the peculiar stress induced by speaking a foreign language:

8. Duende (Spanish): a climactic show of spirit in a performance or work of art,
which might be fulfilled in flamenco dancing, or bull-fighting, etc.

9. Guanxi (Mandarin): in traditional Chinese society, you would build up good
guanxi by  giving gifts to people, taking them to dinner, or doing them a favour,
but you can also use up your gianxi by asking for a favour to be repaid.

10. Pochemuchka (Russian): a person who asks a lot of questions

11. Tingo (Pascuense language of Easter Island): to borrow objects
one by one from a neighbour’s house until there is nothing left

12. Radioukacz (Polish): a person who worked as a telegraphist for
the resistance movements on the Soviet side of the Iron Curtain

13. Selathirupavar (Tamil): a word used to define a certain
type of absence without official leave in face of duty
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