welcome! jeremy freese is a professor in sociology at northwestern university. he finds blogging to be a good diversion from insomnia and a far better use of time than television.
You misspelled adjusztments.
Kieran, I think your comment is miszszpelled, too.
Szenksz for ol dö koreksnz, icc getting a bit tájrszam tu du disz án máj ón szó áj aprisiéjt ol dö help áj ken get.
(Apparently the above is actually a joke and not in Hungarian. I am still incapable of reading it. Eszter claims this is due to a lack of effort or intellect.)
Perhaps now that Jeremy's had his nutritious breakfast he can decipher the above. It is in English, just following the trend of this thread (maybe taking it one tiny step further).
He's afraid you're asking him to please leave...
CHOCOLATE LUCKY CHARMS!Did you pack them and take them with you?
I would translate as: Thanks for all the corrections, it’s getting a bit tiresome to do this on my own so I appreciate all the help I can get. Eszter?
i hate purple skittles.
I don't know why it's come up, but I hate purple skittles also.Nice picture. It reminds me of being at my parents' house with me, my sister, and Dad all using our laptops while watching TV in the living room.
Blondie: We went out and bought the Chocolate Lucky Charms.I adore purple skittles, and am glad someone has finally raised the issue.
Anon, perfect "translation"! After he had some of those Choco Lucky Charms, Jeremy got around to figuring it out as well.Where did the conversation about skittles - purple or otherwise - come from?
I hate purple everything.
That's funny. I actually don't like Skittles at all, regardless of the flavor.No disrespect intended, but am I the only person who finds Chocolate Lucky Charms nasty?
Nice place Eszter!
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