Discussion in 'Star Wars Community' started by Qui-Gon_Reborn, Jan 1, 2012.
I'll love to, but I'm not old enough to go out to this big world on my own.
Don't worry Ken, I'm old enough to get out and about in this big world on my own and I don't. Why? Because it sucks. Everything about it is overrated.
Yeah, that's true. Why haven't I think about that? Stupid me.
Shut up She making deductions. It's very exciting.
Not everything Chewy, there's still Episode VII to look forward to
Hello Ben. Are we having fun with all those games...
ABC game, Name game, -------- vs. --------, etc.
Star Wars has been pants for ages. I'm not getting my hopes up, even though I am enthusiastic to some degree.
And if you wonder why, Ben. It's because of Blu-Ray. Right Gummy?
I still remember it. I think that was the first we talked about.
Partially. I'd be here forever typing up a full explanation.
The same one all the time? Or a diffirent one every single day?
It like a landfill, more piles on every single day.
Afternoon Ken, Chewy
Chewy: Maybe Star Wars will start wearing a skirt for once
Ken: yes. Games. Fun.
As far as Blu-Ray goes, I'm a sucker for HD
Does that thing never get full?
Afternoon Ben. Enjoiyn it myself too.
I'm not quite sure what you mean...
Nope. Just like landfill you keep cramming more in.
Chewy said-->Star Wars has been pants for ages.
Me said-->Maybe star wars will start wearing a skirt for once.
The joke didn't translate well because here pants are underwear. What you are thinking of are trousers.
trousers it is.
How do you get all the stuff from then? Since you don't have so sharp mind. (Didn't meant any offence.)
That's the problem I have with British english. The name at clothes is making me crazy!
One's mind doesn't have to be sharp to recognise what is rubbish. For example, I may be dumb but I won't eat a green loaf of bread.
It's funny because the language is called English but people get confused by the English (And by extension British) use of the language.
Still don't get. You just confuse me more. +=
He means that British English is confusing.
Especially for non-native English speakers.