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178649 super : I don't know that roundabout
178650 JohnHarvey : how are you?
178651 jazz : i am fine
178652 jazz : thank you
178653 Ricardo : ‹@super› N1, by shoreditch
178654 jazz : and you?
178655 JohnHarvey : chévere
178656 JohnHarvey : I am well thank you
178657 super : That's about 7 miles away.
178658 super : I also lived in Dalson for about 2 months
178659 super : It was in the epoch of the SPG Special Patrol Group. Invented by Margaret Thatcher.
178660 Jdawg78 : Would you buy a shirt that says Chévere on it?
178661 super : Van loads of police would go and pick on black men.
178662 Jdawg78 : I should design one.
178663 JohnHarvey : yip i would
178664 JohnHarvey : black t with white letters
178665 Ricardo : I'm not sure what that was lol
178666 Jdawg78 : How much would you pay?
178667 JohnHarvey : someone told me recently (zilfo) that in some countries they spell it chevre
178668 Ricardo : all I know about Margaret Thatcher is what I was told
178669 Ricardo : i.e that she was a great woman
178670 JohnHarvey : $10
178671 Ricardo : and an excellent prime minister
178672 Ricardo : oh wait, no, it was that she was a massive ***
178673 super : La palabra chévere es un neologismo originario de la lengua efik introducido en el Caribe, especialmente Venezuela a comienzos del siglo XIX por inmigrantes africanos provenientes de Nigeria.1 Los efik, que llegaron a Cuba como esclavos, fundaron posteriormente la sociedad Abakuá, y luego tendrían gran influencia en la música cubana de los siglos XIX y XX. En su lengua original, el término chévere o chébere significa valiente, el más fuerte, o simplemente cabeza dura, insolente.
178675 JohnHarvey : gracias super
178676 super : It all depend on which side you are on. Leftwing people hated thatcher.
178677 super : Right wing people liked her.
178678 super : I didn't like her.
178679 Ricardo : I'm from Liverpool so there's your answer lol
178680 super : Chevre is French for Goat’s cheese i.e. cheeses made out of goat’s milk. They are popular among elderly and children who are more likely to show low tolerance to cow’s milk.
178681 JohnHarvey : thank you very much super
178682 super : Oh yes people from Liverpool hated her. When I lives in Finsbury Park it was at the time of the miner's strike
178683 super : Do you have a scouse accent Ricardo?
178684 Ricardo : ‹@super› exactly. All though apparently my nan had a champagne heart and a lemonade pocket so came across as though she was a Thatcher fan as though that was the done thing...
178685 Ricardo : although* ... I've been in Spain too long already
178686 Ricardo : ‹@super› Yes I do but not the stereotypical one haha. Just a normal one that you're perhaps not familiar with lol
178687 Ricardo : but only when I'm speaking English of course
178688 super : My Gran was a tory. She spent the last 50 years of her life living on benefits. (she died at 102)
178689 JohnHarvey : hola Zilfo
178690 Zilfo : Hello harvey the lawyer
178691 Zilfo : how r U ?
178692 JohnHarvey : good and you?
178693 super : Accents can influence how you speak a foreign language. Scottish people have a good strong rrrrr
178694 Zilfo : all is king here
178696 Ricardo : ‹@super› how ironic
178697 Ricardo : ‹@super› It's true. A typical Scouse accent has a bit of a rolled R as well so I've never had any issue with that when it comes to Spanish. Nor have I had an issue with the J or the Gi, Ge as you can imagine haha
178698 super : No problem with the post velar fricatives then
178699 Ricardo : the what? lol
178700 super : Possible word-final realization of /k/
178701 super : Voiceless uvular fricative
178702 super : As in clock
178703 super : That does not exist in Spanish. Just trying to sound clever.
178704 Ricardo : well you've certainly sounded like something...
178706 Ricardo : only joking. I've got no idea about those technical terms. As long as I can make the required sound at the required time I'm happy
178707 super : How about agujero lingolex.com/pronounce/ag...
178708 super : Maybe being scouse would help.
178709 Ricardo : I can say agujero fine lol
178710 Ricardo : I don't want to blow my own trumpet but people think I'm Spanish until I tell them I'm not lol
178711 Ricardo : especially blind people
178713 super : I sound like a guirri.
178714 super : An andaluz gurri
178715 super : On that bombshell I am going to bed.
178716 super : Buenas noches a todos.
178718 Ricardo : well good night then!
178719 Ricardo : sleep well
178720 JohnHarvey : chau super
178721 Ricardo : yo también me voy
178722 Ricardo : buenas noches
178723 JohnHarvey : chau Ricardo
178724 JohnHarvey : nos vemos
178725 Raffael : Hola a todos
178726 Raffael : buenos dias tardes noches ...
178729 Raffael : Hola Johncito
178730 Raffael : como estás ?
178731 Raffael : zilfo estás por ahí ?
178733 JohnHarvey : hola Zorro
178734 JohnHarvey : que onda?
178735 ZorroMexicano : AUUUUUUUUU HARVEY NOISY
178736 ZorroMexicano : Y EL CAPITAN JD ?
178737 ZorroMexicano : PAULONA?
178738 Raffael : Puto zorro
178739 ZorroMexicano : QUIEN?
178741 ZorroMexicano : QUIEN?
178742 Raffael : zorrete retrete
178743 ZorroMexicano : HOLA HERMANAZO RAFFA
178744 JohnHarvey : :)
178745 ZorroMexicano : QUE ONDA PODEMOS PLATICAR?
178746 JohnHarvey : whats up?
178747 Raffael : en eso estamos zorrin
178748 ZorroMexicano : HARVEY??
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