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Snowcraft

Once upon a time
(must’ve been ’round ’99)
a friend sent unto me
a game that could be played online, for free!

One team in red, 126 more words

Entertainment

10 food idioms

Do you know these food idioms? :mrgreen:

1. Cut the cheese
This means to fart, basically. According to Wikipedia, this idiom references the foul smell emitted by some cheeses many of which have a rind… 455 more words

Two points of theology

There are two things that are paramount to theological discussions in Christianity. These points are also crucial for other abstract discussions, such as philosophy, but I will only look at thier impact on theology right now. 382 more words

Lesson #377: Pramen

This comes by way of the fact that while I was back in the motherland, I picked up two bottles of Zlatý Bažant, a Slovak beer I can’t get in America, but really quite like.* As a rule, I’m down with Eastern European lagers, but my selections are somewhat limited here. 596 more words

Words that you should know

Teenagers have their own language. They have their own terms in some words which we don’t know yet. We might get muddled what’s the meaning of those words. 416 more words

"Chachos"

Today is Spanish Friday so this post is in Spanish. If you participated in Spanish Friday on your own blog, leave your link in comments. Scroll down for English translation! 225 more words

Culture

Working With a Two-Year-Old: Translation Practice

A few weeks ago I started working once a week with a sweet little two and a half year old girl.  I’ll call her Annie, because she’s got adorable curly hair.   548 more words

Poland