"Friends" feature

Discussion in 'Network Information, Suggestions and Feedback' started by Za Rodinu, May 16, 2009.

  1. Owen

    Owen -- --- -.. MOD

    Back to this Friends thingy.
    I have 32.
    Dunno how I got that many?
    Bribes d'ya think?
     
  2. Formerjughead

    Formerjughead Senior Member

    "Nolo Me Tangere" - Touch Me Not or Don't Touch Me.
    .

    I thought that was the Altar boys' motto
     
  3. Passchendaele_Baby

    Passchendaele_Baby Grandads Little Girl

    Je déteste toutes les langues excepté ceux que je peux comprendre. Prenez les Français par exemple. pouvez-vous lire ceci ? Je peux!
    J'ai soixante amis ! prenez cette Owen. nah, vous badinant juste ! :lol:
     
  4. Za Rodinu

    Za Rodinu Hot air manufacturer

    Now that we are at it...

    Madamina, il catalogo è questo
    Delle belle che amò il padron mio;
    un catalogo egli è che ho fatt'io;
    Osservate, leggete con me.
    In Italia seicento e quaranta;
    In Almagna duecento e trentuna;
    Cento in Francia, in Turchia novantuna;
    Ma in Ispagna son già mille e tre.
    V'han fra queste contadine,
    Cameriere, cittadine,
    V'han contesse, baronesse,
    Marchesine, principesse.
    E v'han donne d'ogni grado,
    D'ogni forma, d'ogni età.
    Nella bionda egli ha l'usanza
    Di lodar la gentilezza,
    Nella bruna la costanza,
    Nella bianca la dolcezza.
    Vuol d'inverno la grassotta,
    Vuol d'estate la magrotta;
    È la grande maestosa,
    La piccina e ognor vezzosa.
    Delle vecchie fa conquista
    Pel piacer di porle in lista;
    Sua passion predominante
    È la giovin principiante.
    Non si picca - se sia ricca,
    Se sia brutta, se sia bella;
    Purché porti la gonnella,
    Voi sapete quel che fa.
     
  5. Passchendaele_Baby

    Passchendaele_Baby Grandads Little Girl

    Oh yeah?!?

    Ah, le Za contraire, Cela ne semble aucun raisonnable ! Je n'ai aucune idée ce que cela est censée pour signifier, Madamina, le catalogue est ceci de le beau qui a aimé le mien de padron ; un catalogue il est que j'ai fatt' ; I ; Observé, vous avez lu avec moi. En Italie six cents et quarante ; Dans Almagna deux cents et trentuna ; Centaines novantuna en France, Turquie ; Mais dans d'Ispagna de fils des milliers et trois déjà. V' ; han entre ces paysans, serveur, citoyens, V' ; contesse de han, baronnes, Marchesine, princes. Et v' ; femmes d' de han ; chaque degré, D' ; chaque forme, d' ; chaque âge. Dans la femme blonde il a l' ; coutume pour féliciter le gentility, dans la couleur fauve Costanza, dans le femme blanc le dolcezza. Il veut d' ; hiver le grassotta, il veut d' ; été le magrotta ; Il est grand le majestueux, le piccina de vezzosa et ognor. De il y a le pel de conquête à faire appel à du porle dans la liste ; Prédominant sa passion c'est le principiante de giovin. Pas picca - si ou riche, si ou laid, si ou beau ; À condition que vous portiez le gonnella, vous sapete ceux il y a lesquels. Je veux dire AVANCÉ ! ! ! Ha !!!
     
  6. Formerjughead

    Formerjughead Senior Member

    This is turning into the debate of the Rifle Droppers..........French and Italian
     
  7. WotNoChad?

    WotNoChad? Senior Member

    I now only remember one sentence from my Latin class.

    Me too; "Boy you're down for German, that's next door."
     
  8. Passchendaele_Baby

    Passchendaele_Baby Grandads Little Girl

    UM. Mais nous tous savons à qui aller gagner, ne faisons pas nous maintenant des garçons
    :D
     
  9. Owen

    Owen -- --- -.. MOD

    This is turning into the debate of the Rifle Droppers..........French and Italian

    Did the French drop anything in Gulf War 1990/1991 ?
    Thought they did rather well in fact.

    :frflag[1]:
     
  10. Gerard

    Gerard Seelow/Prora

    Though, I did catch one of my kids playing around with that function as if it were club penguin :mad:


    Ha Ha!! You have that issue too DBF!!! And thought I was alone with that phenomena. I have two of them here on it, and using my laptop and desktop at the same time!! :lol:
     
  11. Gerard

    Gerard Seelow/Prora

    Did the French drop anything in Gulf War 1990/1991 ?
    Thought they did rather well in fact.

    :frflag[1]:
    Didnt drop their rifles at Verdun either, or Monte Cassino :)
     
  12. Formerjughead

    Formerjughead Senior Member

    Did the French drop anything in Gulf War 1990/1991 ?
    Thought they did rather well in fact.

    :frflag[1]:

    Oddly enough the only French Troops I ran into were the French Foreign Legion during GW1. Ironicaly only Staff Level Officers are French in the Legion.

    Didnt drop their rifles at Verdun either, or Monte Cassino :)

    Verdun was a different France.

    It was a bad joke referring to an even older joke that described WW2 surplus French Rifles as being: "Never fired and only dropped once"

    I miss urqh

    Brad
     
  13. Drew5233

    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    And a little known fact (I think) ...There was French soldiers in GW2 too :)
     
  14. Owen

    Owen -- --- -.. MOD

    I read recently a joke from WW2 from a Frenchman's war memoirs,

    "What's the fastest thing on two wheels?"
    " A Frenchman on a push-bike going past a recruiting office."
     
  15. Za Rodinu

    Za Rodinu Hot air manufacturer

    Did the French drop anything in Gulf War 1990/1991 ?
    Thought they did rather well in fact.

    :frflag[1]:

    Bullseye!

    Jess would say "Oeuil de Boeuf", even if her grip on Italian to French Babelfish is rather weak :lol:

    Here, Juggy! Opération Daguet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    France

    The second largest European contingent was from France, with 18,000 troops.<sup id="cite_ref-Tread_4-3" class="reference">[5]</sup> Operating on the left flank of the U.S. XVIII Airborne Corps, the main French army force was the 6th Light Armoured Division, including troops from the French Foreign Legion. Initially, the French operated independently under national command and control, but coordinated closely with the Americans, Saudis and CENTCOM. In January, the Division was placed under the tactical control of the U.S. XVIII Airborne Corps. France also deployed combat aircraft and naval units. The French called their contribution Opération Daguet.
    Look up the map in the link at top. There they are, the Froggies, on the left flank covering everybody. No dubyaesque Freedom Fries bullshit back then.

    Jess, you may stop suffering, here are the lyrics for the Aria Del Catalogo, fom Mozart's Don Giovanni, bilingual Italian-English.

    Tu dois manger de la bouillabaise pendant quelques vingt ou trente ans encore pour en être digne d'approcher l'ombre de mes bottes encore :lol:
     
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  16. Formerjughead

    Formerjughead Senior Member

    Here, Juggy! Opération Daguet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Look up the map in the link at top. There they are, the Froggies, on the left flank covering everybody. No dubyaesque Freedom Fries bullshit back then.



    I did not know that there were so many French forces there
     
  17. Za Rodinu

    Za Rodinu Hot air manufacturer

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    As atonement now I expect you'll go on pilgrimage to Notre Dame de Lourdes :lol:
     
  18. Drew5233

    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    There was significantly less on Op Iraqi Freedom as you colonial cousins like to call it :)
     
  19. Passchendaele_Baby

    Passchendaele_Baby Grandads Little Girl

    Une chanson?!?! Ce n'est pas juste. Désolé, plus français! Et ce qui est arrivé à la discussion au sujet du 'friends'chose??
     
  20. Formerjughead

    Formerjughead Senior Member

    As atonement now I expect you'll go on pilgrimage to Notre Dame de Lourdes :lol:

    Do I need to ring some bells or something?
     

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