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11. Posted by joey22 (Travel Guru 561 posts) 7y

A flooded squat toilet with no door and sludge up over my ankles was a recent find whilst in Western Sahara. Unfortunately the street stall kebab I had consumed the previous night left me with little option so I slipped off my flip flops, peeled off my strides and hung them over the bannister outside, and with my good friend as sentry/human barricade (and facing the other way) I quickly went about my business. Afterwards I used the rather precarious looking shower nozzle that was hanging from the ceiling to spray my feet. I strolled out of their with a sense of purpose and cleared my mind ready for the day's drive to the Mauritanian border. The chap who had stretched out his prayer mat just outside the loo was busy praying and didn't seem to notice a thing!

Delightful, but when in Rome.....

;)

12. Posted by Cool Paul (Travel Guru 611 posts) 7y

wait wait wait....you say, "I just blew off" when you fart??!

you might want to word that differently if any americans are going to be reading.

that's almost up there with saying, "I was just out smoking a fag" after returning from a smoke break.

what if you "blow off" while "smoking a fag"?

[ Edit: Edited on 20-Feb-2009, at 09:20 by Cool Paul ]

13. Posted by joey22 (Travel Guru 561 posts) 7y

yes we do. I didn't say that I 'just blew someone off'. I simply blew off. Which, in turn, is completely different to 'blowing my load'. Or 'blowing chunks'.

When I used to smoke I would say I 'was going out for a fag' and certainly not mean that I was going out to find myself a homosexual acquaintance.

You say 'Jello' when it's jam. Color for colour.

I'm just going to go up the apples and pears for a quick Eartha Kitt.

Toodles.

;)

14. Posted by tleb (Full Member 117 posts) 7y

Quoting Cool Paul

wait wait wait....you say, "I just blew off" when you fart??!

Glad I wasn't the only one who was confused. The whole long and airy and short and raspy really through me for a loop too.. I thought maybe I had been doing wrong all these years.

15. Posted by joey22 (Travel Guru 561 posts) 7y

'doing wrong all these years' - now I'm confused. That, to me, means committing crimes. There is a big difference between proper English and North American English haha

16. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 7y

Neal prides himself on loudness, length and staying ability. I try to get my revenge with a Dutch oven now and again... (Did I just admit that?????).

17. Posted by joey22 (Travel Guru 561 posts) 7y

No harm in the odd dutch oven. Keeps one's partner on his or her toes I guess. I like the expression 'stepped on a duck' to describe a grunt.

18. Posted by tleb (Full Member 117 posts) 7y

Quoting joey22

'doing wrong all these years' - now I'm confused. That, to me, means committing crimes. There is a big difference between proper English and North American English haha

oops. I meant doing it wrong.

haha. Dutch ovens. Ever notice the increased potency in a hot shower? does that have a name?

19. Posted by Cool Paul (Travel Guru 611 posts) 7y

Quoting joey22

yes we do. I didn't say that I 'just blew someone off'. I simply blew off. Which, in turn, is completely different to 'blowing my load'. Or 'blowing chunks'.

When I used to smoke I would say I 'was going out for a fag' and certainly not mean that I was going out to find myself a homosexual acquaintance.

You say 'Jello' when it's jam. Color for colour.

I'm just going to go up the apples and pears for a quick Eartha Kitt.

Toodles.

;)

"I just got done smoking a fag in alley. Then I blew one off!" aaaahahaha

jam and Jelly are two different things. jelly is basically the sugared up version of jam that doesn't spread as easily. jell-o on the other hand is a brand of gelatin.

now if you'll excuse me I'm going to go up to the apples and pears for a quick bob and dave, then I'm off to see little bo peep.
Did I get that right?

20. Posted by Cool Paul (Travel Guru 611 posts) 7y

Quoting tleb

Quoting joey22

'doing wrong all these years' - now I'm confused. That, to me, means committing crimes. There is a big difference between proper English and North American English haha

oops. I meant doing it wrong.

haha. Dutch ovens. Ever notice the increased potency in a hot shower? does that have a name?

hmmm a dutch sauna perhaps?