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Daniela Brocca on January 13, 2008

For sale?And what for could it be used?

©polytropos on January 14, 2008

Maybe to bring 2-3 children (on the front passenger seat) to school?

© Roland on January 14, 2008

...with or without fuel in the big tank?

@po, this 200m will be faster by feet ;-)

©polytropos on January 14, 2008

Roland1, this is the loading/unloading area for school trucks. The remaining 200 m they have to go by feet and this is also part of the gymnastics lessons. So, the gymnastics lesson is already done for that day.

© Roland on January 14, 2008

ahh, I see, I see

Daniela Brocca on January 14, 2008

Yes I see too :D

©polytropos on January 15, 2008

Maybe Ainars see three. ;-)

Ainars M -2 on January 15, 2008

LOL! No, I see only two! So far! :D

©polytropos on January 15, 2008

one, too, three ... sorry, small word play, who works only verbally :-)

© Roland on January 16, 2008
  • ...remains the question: 3 what
  • 3 children
  • 3 tires
  • 3 ?
  • ;-)
©polytropos on January 16, 2008

three trees?

Ainars M -2 on January 16, 2008

"This doesn't take a GED" :D

By seeking internet for phrase "Three men in a boat" I get by unwilling into wiki army slang and acronyms pages. May I should say, I get a lot of fun while reading lists of acronyms and terms. Sorry Daniela, there is a lot rough terms too, and my apologises about including this source in our conversation. :(

I included source, because old army truck photo and this dictionary pages sticks well together. :-D Hope gentleman's will enjoy reading!

©polytropos on January 16, 2008

Well, Ainars, about men in boats it will be better for Daniela to read --> this one. ;-)

Ainars M -2 on January 16, 2008

.. I see, You speaking about Hemingway.. :( That is enough serious story, but more recommend for reading than slang dictionary. :D

©polytropos on January 16, 2008

... especially for sensitive women ;-)

BTW: --> This was Hemingway's home in Key West, Florida.

Daniela Brocca on January 16, 2008

Hi Ainars.you know,this army slang is interesting,I saved the page,you never know if you could need it.:D

And poly so sensitive I'm not.

Ciao to both of you,Daniela

Ainars M -2 on January 17, 2008

to Daniela, glad to know, You find that army acronyms page interesting! I told already, I find in that pages lot of fun for me and beside to specific used terms it includes common used sentences too, like "Rodger" and "Death by PowerPoint"! :D

English is not my mother tongue and I never served in ussr/russia army, but many words or acronyms from US army made me feel very comfortable, because terms born from daily use of language.

Ciao, Ainars

SakkeeKiev on March 21, 2010

ZIL 157!

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