Friday, May 13, 2011

Vid Of The Day: Learning English

"Let me off...at the nekkid corner."

7 comments:

  1. Can't... stop... watching.... Fascinated by the possible segues between being robbed by TWO men, getting starting on it immediately, and going Dutch. The mind boggles.

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  2. The sentences are so random. How often does somebody need to know how to say, "Spare me my life."? I would hope it's not very often.

    When they say "Let's go Dutch," the exercise part looks like they are fanning fumes away from their keisters which made me wonder if they are talking about Dutch ovens instead of how to pay for dinner.

    The sidebar items are one chuckle after another today, C. Thanks for making me smile. =)

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  3. These phrases are interesting. I usually try to learn phrases that I might often have to use: Hello, Where's the bathroom, How are you, My name is...,Where is the nearest..., and other more common phrases. I'm not sure I would want to go on the vacation they are planning.

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  4. "Take anything you want"?? When would you use that unless someone's got a gun to your head?

    I wish someone would come up with one of these for German. I might've learnt more these last three years if I'd practiced my conjugations whilst kick-boxing.

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  5. I am going to do that little exercise next time one of my bosses (attorneys) asks me to do something: "I'll get started on that, immediately!". Then do the sweet tip-toe bit. Or the butt-fan.

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  6. The cabbies in the town they plan to visit must be tough!

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  7. That was pretty epic. I've seen it before but it never gets old. followed.

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