FW: [pop-pop-steamboats] Re: Aussie len follows up ...
- Hi "old" Jean-Claude,
I've started adding links to the web sites of members that have them.
I thought about developing a web site a while back, but couldn't think
of a reason why I needed one so I started this discussion group
instead. Thanks for posting.
old, really old, Frank
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, <casy_ch@...> wrote:
> Hi Frank
> I like your explanation of identifications. Even on the other side
of the pond, I still understood it. We have the same thing between the
french, swiss, belgium, african and canadian french.
> "old" Jean-Claude, Switzerland
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Frank McNeill
> To: email@example.com
> Sent: Tuesday, December 12, 2006 4:04 PM
> Subject: FW: FW: [pop-pop-steamboats] Re: Aussie len follows up ...
> Hi Len,
> I'm not up to date about aussie slang, but in the US there are at
> least two interpretations of a statement about a young buck being on
> the make.
> One interpretation is that a young buck wants more does in his herd.
> The other is that he wants more "dough (dollars, dinars, euros, pesos,
> rupees, shekels, etc.) in his hoard.
> Gmail has two spell checkers for English now, one for the UK and one
> for the US. Google probably has some of its minions working on a spell
> checker for Aussieland English- and the next big thing might be
> something for correcting slang and identifying it as modern, out of
> date or really archaic, the way that my slang is.
> No offense mate, old Frank
> > Mate have you heard about the young bull and the old bull ? <G>
> > Now a buck on the make ? I'm all ears ......
> > be good
> > Len