They already got through.
I had to go out, and I thought about this as I walked across the park. And it came to me: we once kept "them" from the Gates of Vienna.
It's Jeremy Corbyn and his anti Semitic thugs that bother me.
In two days, he could be Prime Minister.
Although Angela Merkel has recently visited Auschwitz. For the first time in her life.
How are you with acres?
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What's that in kilos?
Have you ever figured out lbs and stones?
That's what I meant. The British went over to units of ten during the decimalisation of a previously unfathomable (to foreigners) currency.
You use the metric system for your money, don't you?
I'm not puzzled, just mildly frustrated at trying to do the conversions.
Your 'football' doesn't make any sense, because it doesn't have much to...
I've got one of those.
In the end, it comes down to: I'm either hot or cold. :-)
Yeah. So lazy, we ruled the world.
I never noticed.
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Spanish I get.
I thought it might be something to do with French Canada.
I've heard about the Tar-Jay thing.
I've noticed that on the GPS router/moving map.
The British kept miles.
I know. I used to make it in my previous life.
The yeast smell when it's rising.
I'm not geared up for baking bread.
Before decimalisation in the UK, visiting Americans could never get their heads around: one and sixpence three farthings.
I love that too.
Infact I think I might go out and buy some. Soon.
I come out of it once or twice a year. To the US. :funnyface:
The bread is amazing. And the doughnuts.
OTOH, you do have metric. I've noticed in Target, for instance, the bedding is also listed in metres and centimetres.
And in French!
Separate names with a comma.