Wednesday, 11 September 2013

Qws myyn t’ak’s

Sometimes it just needs to be said

33 comments:

  1. Well, thanks for saying it!

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    plufrompdx

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  2. WTF? i do not speak welsh!? now i will never fall to sleep tonight. haha!

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    1. Jaz,

      I'm with you.......I do not speak welsh, so what the F????

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  3. huh? pardon my ignorance...

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  4. Okay. If you say it, then it must be so.

    Love,
    Janie

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  5. Only if you say it on video so we know how to pronounce it!

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  6. I think I just sprained my tongue trying to say it.

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  7. I was just saying the same thing yesterday!

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  8. Just don't step in it.

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  9. Reminds me......of Chaucer....but I suppose it's not......will you let us know?

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  10. Oh, J.G. You have such a way with words!

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  11. I usually do :-)

    (Are you even sure that's Welsh, or is it a touch of Finnish perhaps.)

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  12. Dwi ddim yn siarad Cymraeg

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    1. Neither do I ... but I'm going to have to learn!!

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  13. Is that Klingon??

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  14. Yiddish Apparantly

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  15. Ah yes of course ! It means " she whose bosoms defy gravity ......" - allegedly

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  16. I usually say effing ell!

    Jo in Auckland NZ

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  17. I said the very same words when I caught my bits in my flies the other day!

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  18. All right, John Grey, man of mystery-what are you trying to tell us!

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  19. Ahhhhhh, kiss my tuchas? Nope - not Welsh or Jewish - just guessing here....

    Nancy in Iowa

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  20. What a coincidence! You spilled tea on your keyboard too!

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  21. But, my good man, must you say it while I'm eating?

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