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Topic Review (Newest First)
01-19-2007 02:45 AM
sailaway21 Crazy Portagee-one bad bottle of Muscatel and he goes off the deep end. I think he's starting to hunker down-probably chewing up old charts for nesting material, not answering the door when wife and child knock, hasn't been sailing in quite some time, grip on reality-infirm to begin with-slowly slipping away. Recommend we contact Portugese authorities to investigate possible Muscatel contamination-perhaps by Perrier. Situation sounds dire.
01-19-2007 01:34 AM
camaraderie G...
"Proudly a country since 1150"

That is amazing...maybe because no one else wanted it??
01-19-2007 01:28 AM
jones2r 1776. 1812 was when they had to be reminded. stupid foreigners

Wasn't 1150 when Spain celebrated The Great Expulsion?
01-18-2007 03:03 PM
Giulietta
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Originally Posted by Cruisingdad
Wait... you mean Portugal is a country!?? Oh crap! I thought it was a region in France.
You???? THINKING????? pfff that's a first.......look at what boat you bought.....

defenetely no brains......

Proudly a country since 1150. Not 1812 or something.....
01-18-2007 02:58 PM
Cruisingdad Wait... you mean Portugal is a country!?? Oh crap! I thought it was a region in France.
01-18-2007 12:27 PM
sailingdog Giulietta-

It obviously depends on where you are at the time.. in this country you may be a stupid foreigner...in Portugal, we would be... and your English is probably much better than my Portugese... I do know a few words, like Chorizo, Linguica, which I like...and Morcella, which is really nasty stuff..

BTW, just to be agreeable, I'll second you being stupid. but you have a nice floating condo... and absolutely no Photoshop skills.
01-18-2007 10:08 AM
Giulietta Bob,

I was calling me the "Stupid foreigner", for not understanding the Grin thing. Not you. It was a joke where not understanding a language is often confused with being stupid.

I had a guy call me stupid one time because I couldn't speak English properly. I was offended, because he confused my ability to speak English, with my inteligence.

I replied I was already one step ahead of him, I could speak his language, he didn't even knew where Portugal was.....

Now if you call me stupid foreigner.....

I get pissed off, because.....I am stupid, but not foreigner!!!!
01-18-2007 02:03 AM
jones2r "Jones, he was referring to himself...not understanding about the .. got it?? Give him a break, he's cool."

The last time he referred to foreigners, the retort was:

"We don't consider ourselves to be foreigners. Europeans, for instance, would be foreigners."
01-18-2007 12:34 AM
Jujuca
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Originally Posted by jones2r
"Stupid foreigners...."

We don't consider ourselves foreigners, remember?
Jones, he was refering to himself...not understanding about the .. got it?? Give him a break, he's cool.
01-18-2007 12:25 AM
jones2r "Stupid foreigners...."

We don't consider ourselves foreigners, remember?
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