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PostPosted: Sat Mar 11, 2006 2:46 pm 
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Kujo wrote:
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Just wonted to let you know that your nickname means "Bitch" in my language. Good to know!


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:roll: whose nickname? and in what language? hehe I'm curious!

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haha is that refering to me? that's totally awesome

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Kujo wrote:
haha is that refering to me? that's totally awesome

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Yeah I was refering to you. I thought you might think it's interesting :)


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rnassar_7 wrote:
:roll: whose nickname? and in what language? hehe I'm curious!

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It's in Croatian, kujo=bitch I just hope you know where Croatia is!


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haha that's funny. well, let's set some ground rules. no one is allowed to refer to me by "kujo." and croatia's in europe, snippy.

i kid btw...

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Cat's in the cradle is a reference to a child's game played with yarn, Cat's Cradle. The Harry Chapin/UKJ song offers it as a parallel with other childhod images (silver spoon referring to a child who has every material thing, and little boy blue and the man in the moon referring to nursery rhyme characters) to drive home the point that the character in the song missed his child's entire childhood.


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Kujo wrote:
haha that's funny. well, let's set some ground rules. no one is allowed to refer to me by "kujo." and croatia's in europe, snippy.

i kid btw...

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I'm glad that you know where Croatia is. :)

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