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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by peachncream, Dec 16, 2006.
Well, we could do sawing logs again...however
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Thanks Michele & Kari for your explanations. Anything that doesn't make sense to me sticks in my head until it does.(sometimes for years). I hope it does not annoy anyone.... I love this game. I'm from the UK so think sawing logs must be a US saying. As for the Bible quote, it's Profound Knowledge i'm Learning like a Lesson in School from my Professor I'm 45 btw.
London (as in the song 'Werewolves of London")
How funny, I'm the same way. Sometimes things keep me up for hours when I'm trying to figure something out; I'll even consult Google, lol. I often forget that the internet opens doors to the world and not all have the same sayings as others in their part of the world. We have a lot of idioms and some are only understood in certain states. When moving from New Jersey (North-Eastern state) to Arkansas (Central-ish / southern state) I often used idioms that those in my new state had no clue to what I was saying...visa versa. For instance, I used a five-finger discount for stealing and they used sticky fingers.
Movie-->(1927 science-fiction movie called Metropolis)
Actor (relating to Thespis, 1st who took the stage in Ancient Greece)
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