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Do your kids call her Babci? That's the true test.

No, but I called my Great-grandmother Babci and Babuska. We would eat babka, perdogi,kielbasa, saurkraut, and duck-blood sausage.

Hard. Core.

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No, but I called my Great-grandmother Babci and Babuska. We would eat babka, perdogi,kielbasa, saurkraut, and duck-blood sausage.
Hard. Core.


Mmmmmm....now I'm hungry for pierogis and blinni. My mom used to lapse into her grandma's old phrases when we were really dragging our heels...some Polish thing about spiderwebs in your underpants, but in Polish it sounded like boo-boo-cheenees in your puddle-uh-kutch-kees.

 

 

               ৲(⎠    ~Renée~ *MyHints* NPIP&AI 48-0346 Incubation Cheat Sheet ~t~ SickPage ~f~

 (`-.     _.-⎠̸   I dream of a society in which no one questions a chicken's motive for road crossing. 

*` (_.}  ,' Orp~Ameraucanas~d'Uccle~Konza~Aubergine~Silkie~Banty Cochin~Marans~Rock~Pea

     _ . /       

      _/  \ _ O

 

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               ৲(⎠    ~Renée~ *MyHints* NPIP&AI 48-0346 Incubation Cheat Sheet ~t~ SickPage ~f~

 (`-.     _.-⎠̸   I dream of a society in which no one questions a chicken's motive for road crossing. 

*` (_.}  ,' Orp~Ameraucanas~d'Uccle~Konza~Aubergine~Silkie~Banty Cochin~Marans~Rock~Pea

     _ . /       

      _/  \ _ O

 

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That sounds familiar. Gonna have to google.

I am always looking for new curses to yell at the kids.

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No, but I called my Great-grandmother Babci and Babuska. We would eat babka, perdogi,kielbasa, saurkraut, and duck-blood sausage.
Hard. Core.


My all time favorite is the poppy seed bread in the long roll. The bakery where I used to get them from closed (had it shipped from PA) and I can't find anyone around these parts that make it. I should attempt it myself.

A lonely blue girl guards the riverbed, she shakes her brown torch at the tide...

 

 

 

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That sounds familiar. Gonna have to google.
I am always looking for new curses to yell at the kids.


Did you guys hate it when you used a word at school that you *thought* was a commonly known english word only to be ridiculed by your classmates?

 

 

A lonely blue girl guards the riverbed, she shakes her brown torch at the tide...

 

 

 

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Moja dupa i twoja twarz to blizniacy

LOL!! I remember my grandma saying this one. What an awful lady.
Edited by LarryPQ - 3/4/12 at 6:54am

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post #3077 of 11360
LOL!

Polish proverbs rock!!


Kto pije i pali ten nie ma robali
The one who both smokes and drinks doesn't get roundworms

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It was snowing hard today, and the roads were a bit slippery, but I rather have that than what the southerns are dealing with. I am thinking of them.
You asked for green grass right? This was last summer at my place-
700
This is now-
700


Other than some cold weather(roll.png)Georgiana is doing fine (knocks on wood).
 

 


Edited by Muscovie Lover - 3/4/12 at 6:58am

Geremiah...

American Games (Bantam and Standard), a pair of Racing Pigeons, a Ringed Teal drake, a pair of Lion Head rabbits, and a Himalayan Buck.

 

 

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Geremiah...

American Games (Bantam and Standard), a pair of Racing Pigeons, a Ringed Teal drake, a pair of Lion Head rabbits, and a Himalayan Buck.

 

 

"There are only two things you need in life: duct tape and WD-40. If it moves and it shouldn't, use the duct tape.If it doesn't move and it should, use the WD-40."

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Did you guys hate it when you used a word at school that you *thought* was a commonly known english word only to be ridiculed by your classmates?

Yeah. It sucks being well-read too. No one knows what you are talking about.

My dad once told me his shunt scars were from a dragon's forked tongue. (He apparently won the battle.) Anywhoo, I told my class about it in Show-and-Tell and they all believed me.

...Until my dad picked me up, the teacher mentioned it, and he decided to tell me the truth in front of the other kids. They teased me forever.


Lesson learned: If you are going to lie to your kids, stick with it.

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Yeah. It sucks being well-read too. No one knows what you are talking about.
My dad once told me his shunt scars were from a dragon's forked tongue. (He apparently won the battle.) Anywhoo, I told my class about it in Show-and-Tell and they all believed me.
...Until my dad picked me up, the teacher mentioned it, and he decided to tell me the truth in front of the other kids. They teased me forever.
Lesson learned: If you are going to lie to your kids, stick with it.


My best friends family gets these calcified growths on their skulls that have to be removed every few years. She was told that her family was related to goats. I was the one that broke it to her that she was not related to goats, but in fact, to the devil, but understood why she lied.

 

You know, I'm surprised she still talks to me.

 

Edited to add my favorite Lithuanian-ism: Go and take your butt* with you - sounds something like "nashka na shookna." (some words have been changed to protect the innocent)

 

I'm not sure what the situation would be when I'd go and leave my butt, but I do enjoy that one.


Edited by superchemicalgirl - 3/4/12 at 7:09am

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