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Sticking my finger in the fire — 10 Comments

  1. “Will it get me into Low Earth Orbit?”

    I am given to understand that smoking nothing but Dark Fired Kentucky Burley for the day will get you there.
    Keep in mind, I have never actually tried this myself.

  2. Well this is a new pastime. Cheaper than puzzle books. Trying to find “fuck” in the different languages.
    Not easy. No certain success yet. Give us a clue for Chinese chi.
    When very shortly I give up, poor old Google will have to come to the rescue.

  3. I’d have expected the Arabic version to be right-justified – maybe you used an auto-translator, there was I thinking you’d crafted them all by yourself . . . .

  4. And will you also go for the booster-booster? And the booster-booster-booster? And the booster-booster-booster-booster with additional flu + smallpox + scrofula +++ else you don’t get to leave your home, even to buy food? (see underdogsbiteupwards).

    The basic problem seems to be that the injections that we were told would be salvation actually aren’t. UK govt figures currently show negative effectiveness (i.e. you are more likely to get the lurg vaccinated than not). Gibraltar, with a population jabbed on average 2.8x for each person, has a “wave” of coronadoom and is set to cancel Christmas. And all that “misinformation” in the yellow card reports about “very rare” side effects, including your shingles and (very, very, rare, a mere 1700+ to date in UK) death.

    But, as we know, all of the bad is caused by the dirty, selfish vax-deniers. Once they have all been rounded up we will be free of Covid and things will get back to (the new) normal…

  5. Ethiopian script looks interesting – and if you spoke the language of Haile Selassie, it would endear you to the Rastafarians who have abundant supplies of ganja.

    • Amharic added. Did you know that’s what they speak in Ethiopia? It looks lovely. I’m now expecting a large donation of ganja…..

  6. I must have inherited the ability to speak Irish from Great Grandad. I can’t say a lot but I see from your translation that I can say “Morning Grandad” in Irish.

    So here goes: Morning Grandad.

    🙂

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