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reesetee commented on the word frau bleucher
John, I just about had an accident laughing at that sound clip! (Of course, it probably had something to do with my playing it at work and forgetting to turn down the sound.)
October 17, 2007
skipvia commented on the word frau bleucher
Ze stairway can be...treacherous.
chained_bear commented on the word frau bleucher
Varm milk... perhaps?(I know this was said elsewhere, but it's my favorite line...)
colleen commented on the word frau bleucher
I have a couple of those resources in my del.icio.us, uselessness, for the occasions that I can't remember either the html or the ALT code.
john commented on the word frau bleucher
Oh sweet jesus, I can't believe I missed this earlier. It's üselessness, uselessness's useless banger brother! rock on!And all this referencing the funniest movie ever, times ten, plus infinity. Say it! He vas my BOYFRIEND!"I'm happy now. Thank you :-)
ü, thæt is the c‰‰lest thiℵg I have ∑v;∑r; seeλ. τh;Λñk;ζ a bunÇ∏! I ♥ ∪!
uselessness commented on the word frau bleucher
I never bothered learning to type special characters. But whenever I need one, I just load this bookmarked page, find what I'm looking for, and copy-paste it as needed. :-)
October 16, 2007
c_b, apparently the uml tag only works on vowels. I was just now trying to make a Spinal Tap joke and it refused to put the umlaut on the n where it belongs. :D
It's spelled "bleucher" but it's pronounced "throat warbler mangrove."
Frau Blücher! Frau Blücher! Blücher! Blücher! Blücher!Thanks colleen!(Oh... u? If it's spelled Bleucher it's pronounced "Bloy-ker.")
CB:ü& u uml ;without the spaces
I was going to say the same thing, only I couldn't figure out how to spell it with an umlaut! Damn you, umlaut! *shakes fist*
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