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“Jaleel White, the actor who turned suspenders into universal symbols of geekdom and made the term "Did I Do That?" into perhaps the most obnoxious thing a trouble-making child could say, is proud of his run as the nerd from next door.”
“Did you know that the Dutch word for matchstick is "lucifer"?”
“Everytime he comes he asks again "Did you buy sausage?" and he is in luck as I did buy some today and already have the meat and flour mix ready when he gets in from school.”
“Like Twiggy and Jean Shrimpton and … oh, er … stéréotype – Did you know that the French word for a stereotype is a cliché?”
“Just another wrinkle for your brain - Did you know that the diesel engine was originally supposed to run off of veggie oil?”
“Did you know that the French word for a bat (the flying rodent, not the thing you hit balls with) is un chauve-souris?”
“Did you know that the French word "basque" just so happens to be related to the Italian "basta" which means "That's enough!”
“Did he know that the French word for hazelnut is noisette?”
“The phrase Did the earth move for you? took on a whole new meaning during our stay in St. Thomas and Puerto Rico.”
“Kamejiro and his brilliant daughter were led away and in the summer sunlight the father asked in Japanese, "Did you get in?”
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