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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:51 am

Louisa Lynn wrote:
I hope to dream the world with no Twilight anymore. *sigghh* But that's too much to ask, huh?

I want a pleasant dream about living in Victorian times and dancing in a ballroom, wearing a beautiful gown.

Sounds lovely! Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:51 am

Tourterelle, did you really have to post the picture? I gagged.
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:49 am

I hope to dream the world with no Twilight anymore. *sigghh* But that's too much to ask, huh?
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Dictionary Definition : Tourterelle--a unique specimen of the female gender of Homo Sapiens that exhibits behaviors such as excessive procrastination, chocolate creation (in direct contradiction to the Law of Conservation of Matter), and overall insanity. Common names include Nicholle, CQ (Chocolate Queen), Crackhead, and Miss Martini Maniac. Lately, this individual has reportedly been seen dancing in a banana costume and drinking an excessive amount of martinis.
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:49 am

Kelsey wrote:
This is not about DREAMS, guys! I don't really care, but I feel the need to point this out.

So, what do you hope you'll dream about tonight? That works.

Relax, Kelsey. Honestly, no one is going to get angry if we're a bit off topic. Solveig herself even mentioned earlier today that it was okay if we didn't follow the threads in the Off Topic section to a T.


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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:48 am

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Louisa Lynn wrote:
Well, I prefer rats to cockroaches. UGH!

Yeah. At least you can kill rats easily. Cockroaches just keep coming back.

I've never even seen a cockroach.

I hate centipedes, though. Eww.



I hate bugs.
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:48 am

This is not about DREAMS, guys! I don't really care, but I feel the need to point this out.

So, what do you hope you'll dream about tonight? That works.
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:45 am

Louisa Lynn wrote:
Well, I prefer rats to cockroaches. UGH!

Yeah. At least you can kill rats easily. Cockroaches just keep coming back.
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:44 am

Well, I prefer rats to cockroaches. UGH!
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:41 am

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Tourterelle wrote:
Jane wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:
I am sometimes amazed at how off topic we get.

One time I had a dream about rats. There. We're on topic again.

I hate rats.

We had to watch Ratatouille in French class (obviously, in the French language) and the part where the rats fell from the ceiling disgusted me.

No matter how lovable Disney tries to make rats, they still seem nasty to me.

Their tails just creep me out. They look like little worms.

I feel the same way: the tails are the worst part.

Their snouts are gross too. All long and pointy...
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:40 am

Tourterelle wrote:
Jane wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:
I am sometimes amazed at how off topic we get.

One time I had a dream about rats. There. We're on topic again.

I hate rats.

We had to watch Ratatouille in French class (obviously, in the French language) and the part where the rats fell from the ceiling disgusted me.

No matter how lovable Disney tries to make rats, they still seem nasty to me.

Their tails just creep me out. They look like little worms.
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:36 am

Jane wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:
I am sometimes amazed at how off topic we get.

One time I had a dream about rats. There. We're on topic again.

I hate rats.

We had to watch Ratatouille in French class (obviously, in the French language) and the part where the rats fell from the ceiling disgusted me.

No matter how lovable Disney tries to make rats, they still seem nasty to me.
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:35 am

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Tourterelle wrote:
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Just out of curiosity, how do you pronounce Tourterelle? I pronounce it like "Tur-teh-rel"

Thank you! I REALLY appreciate that! lol! lol!

Tourterelle (French word for turtledove) is pronounced Toor-ter-el. Very Happy

I've always said it kind of like "tortoise." "Tour-ter-el." I always thought it meant "tortoise" because the Spanish word for "tortoise" and "turtle" is "tortuga." Well, it means "turtledove," but at least I was saying it right."

We've gotten grossly off topic, you all know.

Hey, at least we've gotten off topic in the Off Topic section! Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:34 am

Louisa Lynn wrote:
Tourterelle wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:
Tourterelle wrote:
Kelsey wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:
Kelsey wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:

Sometimes they pronounce it Loh-isa. God, I get irritated when that happens!

I say Louisa like "Low-ees-a." That's how I've always heard it.

Mine is pronounced "Loo-wee-sa"

It seems we differ on the Us, mostly. It's like Louisiana. Some people say "Loo-wee-say-an-na" and some say "Low-ees-ay-an-na." Of course, you've got your oddballs who do something funky, but those are the two major pronunciations.
When dealing with names, though, I always try to say it how the person wants me to. It's their name, after all. I'll make sure I'm careful with saying "Loo" if we ever meet.

Nice Miss America speech, Kels. sniff (Happy, joyous tears)

I'll be sure to do the same, Louisa. Very Happy

Same with yours, Tourterelle. God forbid I would never pronounce it with "ch"

Just out of curiosity, how do you pronounce Tourterelle? I pronounce it like "Tur-teh-rel"

Thank you! I REALLY appreciate that! lol! lol!

Tourterelle (French word for turtledove) is pronounced Toor-ter-el. Very Happy

By 'Tur' I meant like the word 'tour' YEAH! Haha!

You were right then! lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:33 am

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I am sometimes amazed at how off topic we get.

One time I had a dream about rats. There. We're on topic again.
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:30 am

I am sometimes amazed at how off topic we get.
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:29 am

Tourterelle wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:
Tourterelle wrote:
Kelsey wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:
Kelsey wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:

Sometimes they pronounce it Loh-isa. God, I get irritated when that happens!

I say Louisa like "Low-ees-a." That's how I've always heard it.

Mine is pronounced "Loo-wee-sa"

It seems we differ on the Us, mostly. It's like Louisiana. Some people say "Loo-wee-say-an-na" and some say "Low-ees-ay-an-na." Of course, you've got your oddballs who do something funky, but those are the two major pronunciations.
When dealing with names, though, I always try to say it how the person wants me to. It's their name, after all. I'll make sure I'm careful with saying "Loo" if we ever meet.

Nice Miss America speech, Kels. sniff (Happy, joyous tears)

I'll be sure to do the same, Louisa. Very Happy

Same with yours, Tourterelle. God forbid I would never pronounce it with "ch"

Just out of curiosity, how do you pronounce Tourterelle? I pronounce it like "Tur-teh-rel"

Thank you! I REALLY appreciate that! lol! lol!

Tourterelle (French word for turtledove) is pronounced Toor-ter-el. Very Happy

By 'Tur' I meant like the word 'tour' YEAH! Haha!
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:28 am

Kelsey wrote:
Tourterelle wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:


Just out of curiosity, how do you pronounce Tourterelle? I pronounce it like "Tur-teh-rel"

Thank you! I REALLY appreciate that! lol! lol!

Tourterelle (French word for turtledove) is pronounced Toor-ter-el. Very Happy

I've always said it kind of like "tortoise." "Tour-ter-el." I always thought it meant "tortoise" because the Spanish word for "tortoise" and "turtle" is "tortuga." Well, it means "turtledove," but at least I was saying it right."

We've gotten grossly off topic, you all know.

This is the off topic section. We're supposed to get off topic. If you prefer, we could go back to talking about dreams.
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:26 am

Tourterelle wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:


Just out of curiosity, how do you pronounce Tourterelle? I pronounce it like "Tur-teh-rel"

Thank you! I REALLY appreciate that! lol! lol!

Tourterelle (French word for turtledove) is pronounced Toor-ter-el. Very Happy

I've always said it kind of like "tortoise." "Tour-ter-el." I always thought it meant "tortoise" because the Spanish word for "tortoise" and "turtle" is "tortuga." Well, it means "turtledove," but at least I was saying it right."

We've gotten grossly off topic, you all know.
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:20 am

Louisa Lynn wrote:
Tourterelle wrote:
Kelsey wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:
Kelsey wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:

Sometimes they pronounce it Loh-isa. God, I get irritated when that happens!

I say Louisa like "Low-ees-a." That's how I've always heard it.

Mine is pronounced "Loo-wee-sa"

It seems we differ on the Us, mostly. It's like Louisiana. Some people say "Loo-wee-say-an-na" and some say "Low-ees-ay-an-na." Of course, you've got your oddballs who do something funky, but those are the two major pronunciations.
When dealing with names, though, I always try to say it how the person wants me to. It's their name, after all. I'll make sure I'm careful with saying "Loo" if we ever meet.

Nice Miss America speech, Kels. sniff (Happy, joyous tears)

I'll be sure to do the same, Louisa. Very Happy

Same with yours, Tourterelle. God forbid I would never pronounce it with "ch"

Just out of curiosity, how do you pronounce Tourterelle? I pronounce it like "Tur-teh-rel"

Thank you! I REALLY appreciate that! lol! lol!

Tourterelle (French word for turtledove) is pronounced Toor-ter-el. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:20 am

Kelsey wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:
Kelsey wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:

Sometimes they pronounce it Loh-isa. God, I get irritated when that happens!

I say Louisa like "Low-ees-a." That's how I've always heard it.

Mine is pronounced "Loo-wee-sa"

It seems we differ on the Us, mostly. It's like Louisiana. Some people say "Loo-wee-say-an-na" and some say "Low-ees-ay-an-na." Of course, you've got your oddballs who do something funky, but those are the two major pronunciations.
When dealing with names, though, I always try to say it how the person wants me to. It's their name, after all. I'll make sure I'm careful with saying "Loo" if we ever meet.

One time I accidentally pronounced Louisiana "Loozeenia". I got a lot of funny looks for that one.
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:18 am

Tourterelle wrote:
Kelsey wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:
Kelsey wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:

Sometimes they pronounce it Loh-isa. God, I get irritated when that happens!

I say Louisa like "Low-ees-a." That's how I've always heard it.

Mine is pronounced "Loo-wee-sa"

It seems we differ on the Us, mostly. It's like Louisiana. Some people say "Loo-wee-say-an-na" and some say "Low-ees-ay-an-na." Of course, you've got your oddballs who do something funky, but those are the two major pronunciations.
When dealing with names, though, I always try to say it how the person wants me to. It's their name, after all. I'll make sure I'm careful with saying "Loo" if we ever meet.

Nice Miss America speech, Kels. sniff (Happy, joyous tears)

I'll be sure to do the same, Louisa. Very Happy

Same with yours, Tourterelle. God forbid I would never pronounce it with "ch"

Just out of curiosity, how do you pronounce Tourterelle? I pronounce it like "Tur-teh-rel"
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:14 am

Kelsey wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:
Kelsey wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:

Sometimes they pronounce it Loh-isa. God, I get irritated when that happens!

I say Louisa like "Low-ees-a." That's how I've always heard it.

Mine is pronounced "Loo-wee-sa"

It seems we differ on the Us, mostly. It's like Louisiana. Some people say "Loo-wee-say-an-na" and some say "Low-ees-ay-an-na." Of course, you've got your oddballs who do something funky, but those are the two major pronunciations.
When dealing with names, though, I always try to say it how the person wants me to. It's their name, after all. I'll make sure I'm careful with saying "Loo" if we ever meet.

Nice Miss America speech, Kels. sniff (Happy, joyous tears)

I'll be sure to do the same, Louisa. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:13 am

Kelsey wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:
Kelsey wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:

Sometimes they pronounce it Loh-isa. God, I get irritated when that happens!

I say Louisa like "Low-ees-a." That's how I've always heard it.

Mine is pronounced "Loo-wee-sa"

It seems we differ on the Us, mostly. It's like Louisiana. Some people say "Loo-wee-say-an-na" and some say "Low-ees-ay-an-na." Of course, you've got your oddballs who do something funky, but those are the two major pronunciations.
When dealing with names, though, I always try to say it how the person wants me to. It's their name, after all. I'll make sure I'm careful with saying "Loo" if we ever meet.

Haha, I hope that day comes.
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:12 am

Tourterelle wrote:
Kelsey wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:

Sometimes they pronounce it Loh-isa. God, I get irritated when that happens!

I say Louisa like "Low-ees-a." That's how I've always heard it.

Same here.

I've never heard it pronounced like that. People around me always pronounce it "Loo-wee-sa"
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PostSubject: Re: Did you have any recent dreams?   Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:11 am

Louisa Lynn wrote:
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Louisa Lynn wrote:

Sometimes they pronounce it Loh-isa. God, I get irritated when that happens!

I say Louisa like "Low-ees-a." That's how I've always heard it.

Mine is pronounced "Loo-wee-sa"

It seems we differ on the Us, mostly. It's like Louisiana. Some people say "Loo-wee-say-an-na" and some say "Low-ees-ay-an-na." Of course, you've got your oddballs who do something funky, but those are the two major pronunciations.
When dealing with names, though, I always try to say it how the person wants me to. It's their name, after all. I'll make sure I'm careful with saying "Loo" if we ever meet.
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