Kick it through!

Lately I happened to come across another piece of evidence that our British friends simply have a wonderful – but sometimes bizarre – sense of humour. Apparently they are not […]

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Water ≠ water

Recently at noon I got into conversation with the waiter in the restaurant – an older gentleman, who helps out in the restaurant of his daughter-in-law (so at least my […]

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FIBER, Etymology

Part of speech: adjective, verb or noun Use: sloppy Frequency: (currently still) rare Pronunciation: [/ˈfaɪ.bər/] Origin: borrowed from the English language Meanings of FIBER: 1. as adjective: highly pleasing, according […]

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