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Venezia Carnevale 2007

Old Jan 24th 2007, 8:17 pm
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venezia1223
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Default Venezia Carnevale 2007

I will be in Venice for Carnevale 2007. I am trying to decide which
carnevale ball or party I should attend. Which carnevale ball is a
must-see event? They are rather expensive so I am planning to attend
one paid party and then enjoy myself with the free events throughout
the carnevale. Any suggestions?
Grazie Mille
 
Old Jan 27th 2007, 1:57 pm
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Thomas Leyding
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PIGLIA QUELLO CHE VIENE CHE TI DIVERTI LO STESSO
bye

<[email protected]> wrote in message
[email protected]. com...
> I will be in Venice for Carnevale 2007. I am trying to decide which
> carnevale ball or party I should attend. Which carnevale ball is a
> must-see event? They are rather expensive so I am planning to attend
> one paid party and then enjoy myself with the free events throughout
> the carnevale. Any suggestions?
> Grazie Mille
>
 
Old Jan 27th 2007, 4:42 pm
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Deeply Filled Mortician
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Let is be knownst that on Sat, 27 Jan 2007 15:57:23 +0100, "Thomas
Leyding" <[email protected]> writted:

>PIGLIA QUELLO CHE VIENE CHE TI DIVERTI LO STESSO
>bye

Erm... what was that you were shouting?
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Old Jan 28th 2007, 10:09 am
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On Sat, 27 Jan 2007 18:42:24 +0100, Deeply Filled Mortician
<deepfreudmoors@eITmISaACTUALLYiREAL!l.nu> wrote:

>Let is be knownst that on Sat, 27 Jan 2007 15:57:23 +0100, "Thomas
>Leyding" <[email protected]> writted:
>
>>PIGLIA QUELLO CHE VIENE CHE TI DIVERTI LO STESSO
>>bye
>
>Erm... what was that you were shouting?

Take what comes, you'll have fun anyway.

In Corinaldese dialect, "pigliare" is pronounced "pi'are", and it's
universally used in place of "prendere".

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Old Jan 28th 2007, 4:40 pm
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Deeply Filled Mortician
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Let is be knownst that on Sun, 28 Jan 2007 12:09:13 +0100, B
Vaughan<[email protected]> writted:

>On Sat, 27 Jan 2007 18:42:24 +0100, Deeply Filled Mortician
><deepfreudmoors@eITmISaACTUALLYiREAL!l.nu> wrote:
>
>>Let is be knownst that on Sat, 27 Jan 2007 15:57:23 +0100, "Thomas
>>Leyding" <[email protected]> writted:
>>
>>>PIGLIA QUELLO CHE VIENE CHE TI DIVERTI LO STESSO
>>>bye
>>
>>Erm... what was that you were shouting?
>
>Take what comes, you'll have fun anyway.
>
>In Corinaldese dialect, "pigliare" is pronounced "pi'are", and it's
>universally used in place of "prendere".

It's not used up north here. I needed to ask the wife what it meant!
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Old Jan 28th 2007, 7:28 pm
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EffePi
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Default Re: Venezia Carnevale 2007 / kde..??

<[email protected]> ha scritto nel messaggio
news:[email protected] oups.com...
>I will be in Venice for Carnevale 2007. I am trying to decide which
> carnevale ball or party I should attend. Which carnevale ball is a
> must-see event? They are rather expensive so I am planning to attend
> one paid party and then enjoy myself with the free events throughout
> the carnevale. Any suggestions?
> Grazie Mille
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Tak, mej se spokojni Carnevale....
tam se uvidime.........!
pa
 

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