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My song titles that never quite made it:
Those magnificent women in their flying machines
With a little help from my enemies
I heard it on the Glühwein (Timeline – sour grapes)
God save the Queer
We wish you a Merry Hanukkah
Friday night fever
Get off my Shroud
Tiptoe through the Pansies (with me).
Phrase of the day:
„To smell a Rat“ means to recognize that something is not as it appears to be or that something dishonest is happening: „Your husband’s been working quite late with his secretary every night this week – I smell a rat!“
Common German / English mix-up:
The tick √ or a cross X = A Tick means YES and a Cross means NO. Only on a voting form does a CROSS X mean the candidate that I am voting for. Fill out any other forms using a Tick √.
Word of the day:
Marmelade (German) = Marmalade (B.E.) which is a corruption of the French words Mer Maladie / Mal de mer. This means sickness of the sea.
a disease caused by a deficiency of vitamin C, characterized by swollen bleeding gums and the opening of previously healed wounds, which particularly affected poorly nourished sailors until the end of the 18th century.