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Well yes, they did lend their name to the corset type piece of underwear. One can't complain. Precious dictionaries. There's a really funky good Russian one in Waterstones at the moment, but I'm too scared to get it because I won't be sent my reading list until August and if I get the wrong one lecturers will laugh. *visualises it* Mmmm.

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Oh lord, how lurvely! Remember, it's a lifetime investment. Everything I buy which I shouldn't is a lifetime investment. Those pints at KB, my new jacket (blåck velvet <3) and my Ian Curtis loving T-shirt. Just make it alright to yourself. You know you want it. You know you want it. You know you want it. Go on. Go on. *Swings clock*

 

Whereelse can you look up neobrazovannost'? (No pun :D )

 

Or bolshevik? Just out of spite?

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Noone's ever gotten rich by saving.

 

Näpp, I really should hit the pillow. My father promised me beer after me cycling round tomorrah, so I'll have do me best. <3

 

Oh, last thing, is there an English word for wind blowing towards you, for example when you're cycling? Motvind in Swedish. That has puzzled me for ages.

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Beer and cycling! Lucky you! I get 4-6 hours in the Passport office :indiff:

 

Ermmmmm I dunno if we have a specific word for it, maybe wind resistance? or prevailing wind? Nah not prevailing... You know, I have no idea. Headwind? Face on draught? This'll bug me till I've found out.

 

Nooooooooooite noooooooooite! *knufage*

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The Motvind problem has been solved! I spoke to my Physics nerd friend, and he came up with this:

 

Race Bannon sagt:

air resistance? that's the only thing i can think of, there is no word for the actual wind. Cos the wind doesn't really exist it's just the resistance of the air as you're cycling through it

 

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Wind resistance! Makes sense, motvind is a very nice word though, means exactly 'counter wind'.

But tell your friend, wind can still blow in all directions right? Then if I'm cycling north, and there's northern wind-a-blowing, then there's motvind? I don't mean the wind you feel when you're cycling fast, I mean the one you feel when standing still also. And that really is wind.

 

I'm drunk off my tits really. Been watching a Charles Bronson movie with a mate a mine. Who wouldn't be drunk then?

 

Crazy Catelicat, you don't love Sweden, it's all a big misunderstanding. Look at Rhian. I'm trying to get her to understand.

 

How was Croxteth Rhian?

 

Phew typing was hard. *dies* G'night.

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I think it's just wind... I dunno. Swedish is crazy. The verbs don't conjugate, yet you have special words for those little paper cases you make cakes in. :rolleyes:

 

Groggsteth was brilliant! I didn't have to sit in the passport office at all! So now I own a wonderful new 10 year passport et Mummy and I went for lunch, coffee und did shopping things. Wonderful girly day AND the car hadn't been broken into when we got back. :happy:

 

 

Själve kungen sköt älgen.

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Hey guys !

Quite cool with this international thing..

To everyone in Sweden:

 

Hörni, hur är det med er?

Det måste finnas NÅGON mer i Sverige som avgudar Muse lika mycket som jag..

 

 

(Hey, how are you? There must be SOMEONE in Sweden who worship Muse as much as I do.. :D)

hej jag älskar muse med och jag är också från sverige
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I think it's just wind... I dunno. Swedish is crazy. The verbs don't conjugate, yet you have special words for those little paper cases you make cakes in. :rolleyes:

 

Groggsteth was brilliant! I didn't have to sit in the passport office at all! So now I own a wonderful new 10 year passport et Mummy and I went for lunch, coffee und did shopping things. Wonderful girly day AND the car hadn't been broken into when we got back. :happy:

 

 

Själve kungen sköt älgen.

 

Nah, that's just kakformar and bullformar, nowt special :happy:

 

Oh oh girly day! I'm going to have oh such a manly day today and watch le FA Cup final at some shoddy pub.

Do you have nice passports in Ênglând?

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