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Except esteem. Oh wait – it’s the 21st century. My bad.
An English teacher of mine had a specific accent and would greet us with a “Gooed mourning!” every lesson.
Same thoughts. Sometimes I wonder if Americans know what winter tyres are. Or, is your ice more slippery than European ice? In some European countries it is mandatory for both cars and trucks to use winter tyres in winter.
If (you think) you know German: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XF836roaf0
Contrary to summer, it’s hard to catch a sore throat from eating ice-cream in winter. I actually use raspberry sherbet to cure my colds (successfully).
I usually take down my Christmas tree just before Easter and put it in the garden (must remember its orientation). No use risking the bright green new shoots to freeze and die. Hardest part is to get the ginormous pot over the swell.
Reminds me strangely of Harry Potter vs. Dementors
How true. I am still using Office 2003 (highly customised, which was MS’ biggest asset) because the idiotic ribbon takes at least 2-3 times longer to get things done – assuming you know how to do it. Sadly, other software developers also adopted this idea. Years ago you could customise the icon bar in most mainstream programs including Adobe’s. Meanwhile: type “=100.01-100” in Excel and increase decimal precision to at least 16 digits. I first spotted this issue in Excel 5.0 for DOS. 25 years on, Excel still doesn’t do maths correctly.
Senior Associate at least looks better on a CV than Office Manager.
In one of Stanisław Lem’s novels, there was this fellow keeping a diary in his rocket ship. One of the entries went, “34th October. It should actually be November already, but because of my velocity near the speed of light, time has elongated.”