@MaryMary glad to see your cat in a sombrero, probably knocking down Cinco de Mayo margaritas. I was thinking it was about time for him to take off those bunny ears. Who does he think he was fooling with those ears? Actually Cinco de Mayo is viewed as an embarrassment to Mexicanos who know their history so it isn't celebrated much here. Still people use it as an excuse to party and take a 3 day weekend at the beach
Oh dear, i had no idea that people would see the photo in that way it was such a beautiful evening. i would delete it if i could...maybe @Beverly
[QUOTE="MaryMary, post: 104489, member: 3521"]It's a beautiful sunset!! :love: :love: Don't take it down!! We know it's not the apocalypse, even if it [B]does[/B] look like half the sky is full of smoke, and the other full of fire. :LOL: :ROFLMAO:
It's still beautiful. :)[/QUOTE]
Thanks for the commercial MM, cable TV does offer some US and UK and German and Chinese programs, but all the commercials are Latino. By your description i figured it had something to do with a chicken and a cat It is a funny commercialI like the ears, it reminds me of the Cadbury commercial.
it really took me by surprise, like a gobsmack or a brick upside the head. The song is funny and i do believe i've heard it before a long time ago.
Yes i do and i love to play with it. I love etymology, just can't get enough. In the Latin languages i am mystified by how each word has to be masculine or feminine and how all the descriptor words have to be masculine or feminine to match the noun. What a pain. I imagine some monk in the 12th century (or probably earlier) burning his candle all night trying to figure out if the word for "ant" should be masculine or feminine. Really, no wonder we are not more advanced as a human species.I see that you're another person that loves language
I'm reminded of a joke my senior colleague used to tell.In the Latin languages i am mystified by how each word has to be masculine or feminine and how all the descriptor words have to be masculine or feminine to match the noun. What a pain.
The flowers are just beginning to open on our Clematis Montana
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The tree peony has almost finished now. It's a few weeks early because of the drought we've had and the warmer weather earlier in the year.
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Viburnum plicatum is coming along well but has a lot more flower to burst into life
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Laburnums are also starting to flower
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Allium giganteum is just starting to open with a very young Choisya ternata 'Sundance' in the back ground doing its best to show off to the bamboo behind it.
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The giant Euphorbia mellifera is just starting to bloom after having been cut back earlier this year
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what is a "quiz"...
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