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Posted: Sat Jan 21, 2006 7:33 am
by Tigerhair
Yep, he's two years old and slept much better last night that the one before! :)

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 2:48 pm
by manxminx
OMG I’m dyslexic so your have great fun with my posts lol especially as the spell check on this site isn’t work for me at the moment :oops:

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 3:48 pm
by Tigerhair
My brother is too (and I'm not really that bad!)... The guy who wrote the JCB song is... etc... :mrgreen:

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 6:02 pm
by Shirley
I found this in my local newspaper!

Eye has a spelling chequer,
It came with my pea sea,
It plainly marques four my revue
Miss takes eye can knot sea.
Eye strike the quays and type a word and weight four it two say,
Weather I am rite oar wrong,
It shows me strait aweigh.
As soon as a mist ache is maid,
It nose bee four two long
And eye can put the error rite,
It's rare lea ever wrong.
I've run this poem threw it,
Eye am shore yore pleas two no,
It's letter perfect in its weigh
My chequer tolled me sew.

Oh boy that was hard to type!!!! Great fun though eh!

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 7:24 pm
by manxminx
looks like one of my post after i've used spell check :oops: lol i love it

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 8:28 pm
by ina
Brilliant! That's as good as using the Google translator... We've had a lot of fun with that, too.


Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 8:36 pm
by ina
Couldn't resist giving you this example: A friend asked me for a recipe for Blackforest gateaux, so I found one on the net and had it translated automatically. (If anybody wants the proper recipe, I'll do my own translation and put it on the appropriate forum!)

Prescription for black forests Kirschtorte
succeeds guaranteed!

(purchase list)

Paste preparation
(cake soil)

6 eggs
4 EL warm Wassen
200 g sugars
strike cremig

175 g flour
100 g food strength
50 g cocoa powders

mix carefully

Flour preparation over egg mixture sieve,
everything with the whisk carefully under-agitate.

100 g butter or margarine zerlassen and cooling leave,
agitate under the mass.

Jumping form with baking paper lay out.
The paste fill in.

Cheeks approx. 40 minutes with 180°C.
Cake soil to cool off leave.


1 glass of sour cherries into a container to drip off leave
measure of it 3/8 l Kirschsaft
12 cherries to kidneys aside put.
30 g food strength with few Kirschsaft touch
the remaining juice to boil up leave
touched food strength in addition to give and boil up leave.
remaining cherries to it-give
Kirschmasse cooling leave
3/4 l cream strike rigidly

6 sheets white gel
in-soft, with moderate heat dissolve and again cooling leave.
4 EL sugars

strike together with gel under the cream

Provide the cake

4 EL Kirschwasser The cake soil twice duchschneiden and with Kirschwasser soak

fill and in refrigerator keep scarcely 1/4 of the cream into a spraying bag.

All cherries on the lowest soil distribute.
A part of cream draufstreichen.

The second soil draufsetzen.
Coat with a part of the cream.

The highest soil drauflegen.
The whole cake with the remainder of the cream coat.

Cake coolly place!

As you can see, this cake contains kidneys and soil - argh!


Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 8:46 pm
by Shirley
:blackknight: (my 11 year old insisted that I use this emoticon) :mrgreen:

That recipe is - ummmmm - delicious!!!

Soooooooo funny - is it really a translation Ina??

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 8:49 pm
by ina
It is - straight from the net! Now how is anybody supposed to make a cake out of that?


Posted: Mon Jan 30, 2006 1:35 am
by Wombat
Love it!