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Will you be my Valentine?

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This is coming up on the chat every day now and I would like to offer a tip here. In Spain we would say something like:

¿Quieres salir conmigo el día de los enamorados?

Something like "Quieres ser mi Valentino" would not be understood.

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updated FEB 11, 2009
posted by 00494d19

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haha soo cute maaaako

Mark Baker said:

Heidi.....whoever gets to be your Valentine - then he is a lucky guy. How do you say "I'm still trying'" jajaja

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updated FEB 11, 2009
posted by Tinkerbell1
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well,,i hope i don`t. jeje

Shrek said:

me too, unfortunatelly I look as my avatar

La Podenquera said:

At least I look exactly as my avatar, every day

James Santiago said:

Harry said:

Heidita said:

Harry said:

DamnA thousand male hearts have been broken, after reading the title and then realising it was not a request.

jeje, Harry, you crack me up!!

Got to meet up for a guinness in Madrid Surely

Just don't expect to meet Heidi Klum there, Harry. Heidita probably looks no more like her avatar than I do mine.

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updated FEB 10, 2009
posted by PUNISHER
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me too, unfortunatelly I look as my avatar

La Podenquera said:

At least I look exactly as my avatar, every day

James Santiago said:

Harry said:

Heidita said:

Harry said:

DamnA thousand male hearts have been broken, after reading the title and then realising it was not a request.

jeje, Harry, you crack me up!!

Got to meet up for a guinness in Madrid Surely

Just don't expect to meet Heidi Klum there, Harry. Heidita probably looks no more like her avatar than I do mine.

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updated FEB 10, 2009
posted by Shrek
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not according to Merle Haggard

updated FEB 10, 2009
posted by 00769608
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So, okey is not ok but okie is ok '

Grammatically, yes, but I'd be careful who I called an okie, since it is a derogatory term.

updated FEB 10, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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So, okey is not ok but okie is ok ? is okie abreviated O.K. and not o.k.?

James Santiago said:

OK: OKO.K.: OKokay: OKokie-dokie: OKokey: not OKOkie: from OKwink

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updated FEB 10, 2009
posted by 00769608
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OK: OK
O.K.: OK
okay: OK
okie-dokie: OK
okey: not OK
Okie: from OK

wink

updated FEB 10, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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Will you be my Valentine'Posted by Heidita

Okey.
Is OK abreviated O. K. or just OK
And, where did this word came from'

updated FEB 10, 2009
posted by 00769608
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Mark Baker said:

I admit to not knowing the actors name but I recognised his face from Shogun with Richard Chambelin in the 1980's.

I love Shogun

In any case, James' picture is a classic moment in Japanese cinema.

updated FEB 10, 2009
posted by lazarus1907
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I admit to not knowing the actors name but I recognised his face from Shogun with Richard Chambelin in the 1980's.

James Santiago said:

Does that means Harry, the Japanese guy looks more intelligent and is better looking than James.That wouldn't be difficult.And by the way, that "Japanese guy" is the great Mifune Toshiro, star of many classic films. The Japanese version of Clint Eastwood.

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updated FEB 10, 2009
posted by Mark-Baker
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Mark Baker said:

How do you say "I'm still trying'"

Sigo esforzándome.

updated FEB 10, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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Heidi.....whoever gets to be your Valentine - then he is a lucky guy. How do you say "I'm still trying'" jajaja

updated FEB 10, 2009
posted by Mark-Baker
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Does that means Harry, the Japanese guy looks more intelligent and is better looking than James.

That wouldn't be difficult.

And by the way, that "Japanese guy" is the great Mifune Toshiro, star of many classic films. The Japanese version of Clint Eastwood.

updated FEB 10, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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Does that means Harry, the Japanese guy looks more intelligent and is better looking than James. jejeje

James Santiago said:

Harry said:

Heidita said:

Harry said:

DamnA thousand male hearts have been broken, after reading the title and then realising it was not a request.

jeje, Harry, you crack me up!!

Got to meet up for a guinness in Madrid Surely

Just don't expect to meet Heidi Klum there, Harry. Heidita probably looks no more like her avatar than I do mine.

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updated FEB 10, 2009
posted by Mark-Baker
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Quentin said:

Which one of your dozen avatars are you referring to and to what hour of the day?

La Podenquera said:

At least I look exactly as my avatar, every day

Look who is talking!! You were a bridge not long ago! Not a dozen...but anywaywink

updated FEB 10, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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