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“I just wish we had gotten to the parade in time to see the whole thing rather than just the tail end finish up. me and cindy me, zita, robert, cindy cindy, maureen, me, robert cindy, zita, robert”
“Last week/weekend was the robert/zita birthday bash.”
“The first day of the celebration is called the "festival of the bride" (_fistinu di la zita_), and the guests are all selected by the bride's mother.”
“Veruzhinji tinokutsigirai chaizvo kunyangwe zvazvo ZBC ne Herald zvichiedza napose pazvinogona kusvibisa zita renyu.”
“Cause that would be funnier than thinking he's this stupid. papa zita said,”
“nothing against susan, i could listen to her sing all day- but zita-jones? have you really thought this through fellas?”
“This custom, and especially the position assumed by the bride at that time, has given rise to the proverbial expression of comparison: _Pari la zita di lu macadàru_, which is said of a woman in gala-dress. [”
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My favourite is potato
gnocchi,interesting that lists
devoted to pasta exclusively
missed pasta puttanesca,those who
really textually mine dictionaries
would not miss...
These names were once in common use - at least somewhat. Some are coming back. Some are almost forgotten. I think they would
make lovely names. Well... most of them.
Looking for tweets for zita.