51019Re: [Czechlist] jak se namane
- Feb 28, 2013Well, actually, 20 cigs a day doesn't sound that bad to me (non-smoker,
but heavy smokers go through two packets a day, don't they?)... same
goes for chain smoking, if you chain smoke, you're bound to end up with
more than 20 a day..
That's why I said when, not whenever (my first choice), because
whenever suggests any time all the time..
My feeling is that he was trying to make it sound better, maybe he does
chain smoke and goes through two packs a day, but 'jak se namane'
sounds like - when other people are smoking, when I have a bit of time,
or something like that to me...
Anyway, not terribly important, but it doesn't sound like a super heavy
smoker (feel like I'm defending smoking now:)
------ Original Message ------
From: "Gerald Turner" <turner.gerald@...>
Sent: 28.2.2013 12:43:01
Subject: Re: [Czechlist] jak se namane
> I bow to this wisdom ;) except that I'd say "whenever the opportunity[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>On 28 February 2013 11:32, Matej Klimes mklimes@...> wrote:
>> sounds more like "when opportunity arises"
>> whatever he can lay his hands on would be 'co se namane'?
>> ------ Original Message ------
>> From: "wustpisk" gerry.vickers@...>
>> To: Czechlist@yahoogroups.com
>> Sent: 28.2.2013 12:12:21
>> Subject: [Czechlist] jak se namane
>> > From a medical report
>> >kouři stále - "jak se namane" - 20 cig za den
>> >I'm guessing: whatever he can lay his hands on?
>> >Thanks for any suggestions!
>> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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