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MelissaMe
Posted: Sunday, November 27, 2016 12:38:02 PM

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***Name something your country is known for***


1. Ice Hockey
2. kimchi
3. Maple syrup
4. the 38 degree border division line between South and North.
5. bad taste
6. Sauna
7. Cars
8. Second worst country contributing to carbon pollution, right after China.
9. Frederick Banting and Charles H. Best discovered a successful way of producing insulin to treat diabetes patients.
10. America provides the best education; the top & best universities of the world are in America. Harvard University, Stanford University, Princeton University, Yale University, Colombia University, University of Pennsylvania, MIT, America has them all.
Schlook Inside
Posted: Sunday, November 27, 2016 12:45:23 PM

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***Name something your country is known for***


1. Ice Hockey
2. kimchi
3. Maple syrup
4. the 38 degree border division line between South and North.
5. bad taste
6. Sauna
7. Cars
8. Second worst country contributing to carbon pollution, right after China.
9. Frederick Banting and Charles H. Best discovered a successful way of producing insulin to treat diabetes patients.
10. America provides the best education; the top & best universities of the world are in America. Harvard University, Stanford University, Princeton University, Yale University, Colombia University, University of Pennsylvania, MIT, America has them all.
11. Dr. Jonas Salk inventor of the polio vaccine.
MelissaMe
Posted: Sunday, November 27, 2016 12:53:30 PM

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Joined: 8/10/2014
Posts: 5,413
Neurons: 347,528
Location: Gualala, California, United States
***Name something your country is known for***

1. Ice Hockey
2. kimchi
3. Maple syrup
4. the 38 degree border division line between South and North.
5. bad taste
6. Sauna
7. Cars
8. Second worst country contributing to carbon pollution, right after China.
9. Frederick Banting and Charles H. Best discovered a successful way of producing insulin to treat diabetes patients.
10. America provides the best education; the top & best universities of the world are in America. Harvard University, Stanford University, Princeton University, Yale University, Colombia University, University of Pennsylvania, MIT, America has them all.
11. Dr. Jonas Salk inventor of the polio vaccine.
12. The National Park System includes 413 areas covering more than 84 million acres in every state, the District of Columbia, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.
black alonso
Posted: Sunday, November 27, 2016 1:04:43 PM

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Location: Heidelberg, Baden-Wuerttemberg Region, Germany
***Name something your country is known for***

1. Ice Hockey
2. kimchi
3. Maple syrup
4. the 38 degree border division line between South and North.
5. bad taste
6. Sauna
7. Cars
8. Second worst country contributing to carbon pollution, right after China.
9. Frederick Banting and Charles H. Best discovered a successful way of producing insulin to treat diabetes patients.
10. America provides the best education; the top & best universities of the world are in America. Harvard University, Stanford University, Princeton University, Yale University, Colombia University, University of Pennsylvania, MIT, America has them all.
11. Dr. Jonas Salk inventor of the polio vaccine.
12. The National Park System includes 413 areas covering more than 84 million acres in every state, the District of Columbia, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.
13. Oktoberfest
black alonso
Posted: Sunday, November 27, 2016 1:08:43 PM

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For Thanksgiving: how to say thanks, many thanks or thank you in different languages

1. Danke (German)
Schlook Inside
Posted: Sunday, November 27, 2016 1:11:45 PM

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For Thanksgiving: how to say thanks, many thanks or thank you in different languages

1. Danke (German)
2. Mercie beaucoup (Canadien français)
black alonso
Posted: Monday, November 28, 2016 12:07:33 PM

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For Thanksgiving: how to say thanks, many thanks or thank you in different languages

1. Danke (German)
2. Mercie beaucoup (Canadien français)
3. Toda raba (Hebrew)
MelissaMe
Posted: Monday, November 28, 2016 4:02:00 PM

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Location: Gualala, California, United States
For Thanksgiving: how to say thanks, many thanks or thank you in different languages

1. Danke (German)
2. Mercie beaucoup (Canadien français)
3. Toda raba (Hebrew)
4. Bless you, my child. (Southern American)
Desiree
Posted: Monday, November 28, 2016 8:41:03 PM
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MelissaMe wrote:
For Thanksgiving: how to say thanks, many thanks or thank you in different languages

1. Danke (German)
2. Mercie beaucoup (Canadien français)
3. Toda raba (Hebrew)
4. Bless you, my child. (Southern American)

5.- Gracias, Muchas Gracias. (Castellano)
Roops
Posted: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 1:20:28 AM
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Location: Bangalore, Karnataka, India
For Thanksgiving: how to say thanks, many thanks or thank you in different languages

1. Danke (German)
2. Mercie beaucoup (Canadien français)
3. Toda raba (Hebrew)
4. Bless you, my child. (Southern American)
5.- Gracias, Muchas Gracias. (Castellano)
6. Dhanyavadhagalu (Kannada), But here we don't celebrate of thanksgiving day.
Jyrkkä Jätkä
Posted: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 4:13:39 AM

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Location: Helsinki, Southern Finland Province, Finland
For Thanksgiving: how to say thanks, many thanks or thank you in different languages

1. Danke (German)
2. Mercie beaucoup (Canadien français)
3. Toda raba (Hebrew)
4. Bless you, my child. (Southern American)
5.- Gracias, Muchas Gracias. (Castellano)
6. Dhanyavadhagalu (Kannada), But here we don't celebrate of thanksgiving day.
7. Kiitos, tuhannet kiitokset (Finnish)
black alonso
Posted: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 4:24:27 AM

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Location: Heidelberg, Baden-Wuerttemberg Region, Germany
For Thanksgiving: how to say thanks, many thanks or thank you in different languages

1. Danke (German)
2. Mercie beaucoup (Canadien français)
3. Toda raba (Hebrew)
4. Bless you, my child. (Southern American)
5.- Gracias, Muchas Gracias. (Castellano)
6. Dhanyavadhagalu (Kannada), But here we don't celebrate of thanksgiving day.
7. Kiitos, tuhannet kiitokset (Finnish)
8. Spasibo (Russian)
Jyrkkä Jätkä
Posted: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 4:27:54 AM

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Location: Helsinki, Southern Finland Province, Finland
For Thanksgiving: how to say thanks, many thanks or thank you in different languages

1. Danke (German)
2. Mercie beaucoup (Canadien français)
3. Toda raba (Hebrew)
4. Bless you, my child. (Southern American)
5.- Gracias, Muchas Gracias. (Castellano)
6. Dhanyavadhagalu (Kannada), But here we don't celebrate of thanksgiving day.
7. Kiitos, tuhannet kiitokset (Finnish)
8. Spasibo (Russian)
9. Tack, tack så mycket (Swedish)
Beam
Posted: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 6:49:10 AM

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Location: Ypsilanti, Michigan, United States
For Thanksgiving: how to say thanks, many thanks or thank you in different languages

1. Danke (German)
2. Mercie beaucoup (Canadien français)
3. Toda raba (Hebrew)
4. Bless you, my child. (Southern American)
5.- Gracias, Muchas Gracias. (Castellano)
6. Dhanyavadhagalu (Kannada), But here we don't celebrate of thanksgiving day.
7. Kiitos, tuhannet kiitokset (Finnish)
8. Spasibo (Russian)
9. Tack, tack så mycket (Swedish)
10. 谢谢 / xièxie (Mandarin Chinese)
FROSTY X RIME
Posted: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 8:23:11 AM

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For Thanksgiving: how to say thanks, many thanks or thank you in different languages

1. Danke (German)
2. Mercie beaucoup (Canadien français)
3. Toda raba (Hebrew)
4. Bless you, my child. (Southern American)
5.- Gracias, Muchas Gracias. (Castellano)
6. Dhanyavadhagalu (Kannada), But here we don't celebrate of thanksgiving day.
7. Kiitos, tuhannet kiitokset (Finnish)
8. Spasibo (Russian)
9. Tack, tack så mycket (Swedish)
10. 谢谢 / xièxie (Mandarin Chinese)
11. Gamsahammida/Gomapsummida (Korean)
black alonso
Posted: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 11:41:10 AM

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Location: Heidelberg, Baden-Wuerttemberg Region, Germany
For Thanksgiving: how to say thanks, many thanks or thank you in different languages

1. Danke (German)
2. Mercie beaucoup (Canadien français)
3. Toda raba (Hebrew)
4. Bless you, my child. (Southern American)
5.- Gracias, Muchas Gracias. (Castellano)
6. Dhanyavadhagalu (Kannada), But here we don't celebrate of thanksgiving day.
7. Kiitos, tuhannet kiitokset (Finnish)
8. Spasibo (Russian)
9. Tack, tack så mycket (Swedish)
10. 谢谢 / xièxie (Mandarin Chinese)
11. Gamsahammida/Gomapsummida (Korean)
12. Obrigado (Portuguese)
Schlook Inside
Posted: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 2:04:07 PM

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Location: Montréal, Quebec, Canada
For Thanksgiving: how to say thanks, many thanks or thank you in different languages

1. Danke (German)
2. Mercie beaucoup (Canadien français)
3. Toda raba (Hebrew)
4. Bless you, my child. (Southern American)
5.- Gracias, Muchas Gracias. (Castellano)
6. Dhanyavadhagalu (Kannada), But here we don't celebrate of thanksgiving day.
7. Kiitos, tuhannet kiitokset (Finnish)
8. Spasibo (Russian)
9. Tack, tack så mycket (Swedish)
10. 谢谢 / xièxie (Mandarin Chinese)
11. Gamsahammida/Gomapsummida (Korean)
12. Obrigado (Portuguese)
13."toda raba" (תודה רבה) for "thank you very much.(Hebrew)
Schlook Inside
Posted: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 2:09:00 PM

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*~~Name a tranditional dish you eat during a holiday ~~*

1.Suger pie (Christmas)
MelissaMe
Posted: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 6:46:41 PM

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Location: Gualala, California, United States
*~~Name a tranditional dish you eat during a holiday ~~*

1.Suger pie (Christmas)
2. Yeast raised homemade cinnamon rolls, Christmas morning. Drool
Jyrkkä Jätkä
Posted: Wednesday, November 30, 2016 5:06:20 AM

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Location: Helsinki, Southern Finland Province, Finland
*~~Name a tranditional dish you eat during a holiday ~~*

1. Suger pie (Christmas)
2. Yeast raised homemade cinnamon rolls, Christmas morning.
3. Riisipuuro (Yuletide mornings)
anton exobio
Posted: Wednesday, November 30, 2016 5:34:51 AM

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Location: Chartres, Centre, France
*~~Name a tranditional dish you eat during a holiday ~~*

1. Suger pie (Christmas)
2. Yeast raised homemade cinnamon rolls, Christmas morning.
3. Riisipuuro (Yuletide mornings)
4. Oysters (December 24th & 31st, dinner time)
Jyrkkä Jätkä
Posted: Wednesday, November 30, 2016 6:13:00 AM

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Joined: 9/21/2009
Posts: 43,146
Neurons: 599,134
Location: Helsinki, Southern Finland Province, Finland
*~~Name a tranditional dish you eat during a holiday ~~*

1. Suger pie (Christmas)
2. Yeast raised homemade cinnamon rolls, Christmas morning.
3. Riisipuuro (Yuletide mornings)
4. Oysters (December 24th & 31st, dinner time)
5. Joulutorttu (Yuletide)
black alonso
Posted: Wednesday, November 30, 2016 11:37:42 AM

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Location: Heidelberg, Baden-Wuerttemberg Region, Germany
*~~Name a tranditional dish you eat during a holiday ~~*

1. Suger pie (Christmas)
2. Yeast raised homemade cinnamon rolls, Christmas morning.
3. Riisipuuro (Yuletide mornings)
4. Oysters (December 24th & 31st, dinner time)
5. Joulutorttu (Yuletide)
6. Potato salad and sausages (Bratwurst, Weisswurst, Bockwurst or Vienna sausage) - Christmas Eve
Schlook Inside
Posted: Wednesday, November 30, 2016 2:53:39 PM

Rank: Advanced Member

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Location: Montréal, Quebec, Canada
*~~Name a tranditional dish you eat during a holiday ~~*

1. Suger pie (Christmas)
2. Yeast raised homemade cinnamon rolls, Christmas morning.
3. Riisipuuro (Yuletide mornings)
4. Oysters (December 24th & 31st, dinner time)
5. Joulutorttu (Yuletide)
6. Potato salad and sausages (Bratwurst, Weisswurst, Bockwurst or Vienna sausage) - Christmas Eve
7. Cipâte (ou cipaille) - midnight Christmas eve meal
black alonso
Posted: Thursday, December 1, 2016 11:06:35 AM

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Location: Heidelberg, Baden-Wuerttemberg Region, Germany
*~~Name a tranditional dish you eat during a holiday ~~*

1. Suger pie (Christmas)
2. Yeast raised homemade cinnamon rolls, Christmas morning.
3. Riisipuuro (Yuletide mornings)
4. Oysters (December 24th & 31st, dinner time)
5. Joulutorttu (Yuletide)
6. Potato salad and sausages (Bratwurst, Weisswurst, Bockwurst or Vienna sausage) - Christmas Eve
7. Cipâte (ou cipaille) - midnight Christmas eve meal
8. Black Forest gâteau/ Black Forest cake
Schlook Inside
Posted: Thursday, December 1, 2016 4:59:30 PM

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Location: Montréal, Quebec, Canada
*~~Name a tranditional dish you eat during a holiday ~~*

1. Suger pie (Christmas)
2. Yeast raised homemade cinnamon rolls, Christmas morning.
3. Riisipuuro (Yuletide mornings)
4. Oysters (December 24th & 31st, dinner time)
5. Joulutorttu (Yuletide)
6. Potato salad and sausages (Bratwurst, Weisswurst, Bockwurst or Vienna sausage) - Christmas Eve
7. Cipâte (ou cipaille) - midnight Christmas eve meal
8. Black Forest gâteau/ Black Forest cake
9. Tourtière
Jyrkkä Jätkä
Posted: Friday, December 2, 2016 7:54:27 AM

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Posts: 43,146
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Location: Helsinki, Southern Finland Province, Finland
*~~Name a tranditional dish you eat during a holiday ~~*

1. Suger pie (Christmas)
2. Yeast raised homemade cinnamon rolls, Christmas morning.
3. Riisipuuro (Yuletide mornings)
4. Oysters (December 24th & 31st, dinner time)
5. Joulutorttu (Yuletide)
6. Potato salad and sausages (Bratwurst, Weisswurst, Bockwurst or Vienna sausage) - Christmas Eve
7. Cipâte (ou cipaille) - midnight Christmas eve meal
8. Black Forest gâteau/ Black Forest cake
9. Tourtière
10. Tippaleipä (a special Finnish Vappu funnel cake, eaten on St. Walpurgis Night)
Schlook Inside
Posted: Friday, December 2, 2016 2:23:26 PM

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Posts: 38,558
Neurons: 1,453,333
Location: Montréal, Quebec, Canada
*~~Name a tranditional dish you eat during a holiday ~~*

1. Suger pie (Christmas)
2. Yeast raised homemade cinnamon rolls, Christmas morning.
3. Riisipuuro (Yuletide mornings)
4. Oysters (December 24th & 31st, dinner time)
5. Joulutorttu (Yuletide)
6. Potato salad and sausages (Bratwurst, Weisswurst, Bockwurst or Vienna sausage) - Christmas Eve
7. Cipâte (ou cipaille) - midnight Christmas eve meal
8. Black Forest gâteau/ Black Forest cake
9. Tourtière
10. Tippaleipä (a special Finnish Vappu funnel cake, eaten on St. Walpurgis Night)
11. Yule log cake,christmas eve or new years eve.
MelissaMe
Posted: Friday, December 2, 2016 4:48:49 PM

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Posts: 5,413
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Location: Gualala, California, United States
*~~Name a tranditional dish you eat during a holiday ~~*

1. Suger pie (Christmas)
2. Yeast raised homemade cinnamon rolls, Christmas morning.
3. Riisipuuro (Yuletide mornings)
4. Oysters (December 24th & 31st, dinner time)
5. Joulutorttu (Yuletide)
6. Potato salad and sausages (Bratwurst, Weisswurst, Bockwurst or Vienna sausage) - Christmas Eve
7. Cipâte (ou cipaille) - midnight Christmas eve meal
8. Black Forest gâteau/ Black Forest cake
9. Tourtière
10. Tippaleipä (a special Finnish Vappu funnel cake, eaten on St. Walpurgis Night)
11. Yule log cake,christmas eve or new years eve.
12. Dyed and decorated boiled eggs in the shell on Easter Sunday.
black alonso
Posted: Saturday, December 3, 2016 5:40:34 AM

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Posts: 7,557
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Location: Heidelberg, Baden-Wuerttemberg Region, Germany
*~~Name a tranditional dish you eat during a holiday ~~*

1. Suger pie (Christmas)
2. Yeast raised homemade cinnamon rolls, Christmas morning.
3. Riisipuuro (Yuletide mornings)
4. Oysters (December 24th & 31st, dinner time)
5. Joulutorttu (Yuletide)
6. Potato salad and sausages (Bratwurst, Weisswurst, Bockwurst or Vienna sausage) - Christmas Eve
7. Cipâte (ou cipaille) - midnight Christmas eve meal
8. Black Forest gâteau/ Black Forest cake
9. Tourtière
10. Tippaleipä (a special Finnish Vappu funnel cake, eaten on St. Walpurgis Night)
11. Yule log cake,christmas eve or new years eve.
12. Dyed and decorated boiled eggs in the shell on Easter Sunday.
13. Fish on Good Friday
black alonso
Posted: Saturday, December 3, 2016 6:41:05 AM

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♬ Persons Named in Beatles Songs ♬

1. Father MacKenzie (Eleanor Rigby)
Bedells
Posted: Saturday, December 3, 2016 11:23:29 AM

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♬ Persons Named in Beatles Songs ♬

1. Father MacKenzie (Eleanor Rigby)
2. Pablo Fanque (Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!)
Schlook Inside
Posted: Saturday, December 3, 2016 12:18:37 PM

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♬ Persons Named in Beatles Songs ♬

1. Father MacKenzie (Eleanor Rigby)
2. Pablo Fanque (Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!)
3. Lucy in the sky with diamonds
Bedells
Posted: Saturday, December 3, 2016 10:09:37 PM

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♬ Persons Named in Beatles Songs ♬

1. Father MacKenzie (Eleanor Rigby)
2. Pablo Fanque (Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!)
3. Lucy in the sky with diamonds
4. Sir Walter Raleigh (I'm So Tired)
Alice M Toaster
Posted: Sunday, December 4, 2016 7:23:34 AM

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♬ Persons Named in Beatles Songs ♬

1. Father MacKenzie (Eleanor Rigby)
2. Pablo Fanque (Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!)
3. Lucy in the sky with diamonds
4. Sir Walter Raleigh (I'm So Tired)
5. Dear Prudence
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