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Top Ten Most Useful Phrasebook Phrases for an Overseas Vacation
(submitted by MJ)
"I don't understand. Could you please repeatedly say the same thing louder and slower?"
"Pardon me, do you have a plunger, my poodle is stuck in the toilet."
"That is not my monkey, I am waiting for the bus."
"Officer, can I pay the fine directly to you?"
"Are you a woman, or a man dressed up as a woman?"
(Danderson - been tricked three too many times)
"Please allow me to butcher your language in an attempt to not offend you."
"I am here to serve in the Glorious Revolution. Which side are we on?"
"I've lost my phrasebook, have you seen it?"
"I am a Democrat, I did not vote for George Bush."
(No Dear I didn't, curtis, Sam Iam, Geoduck, byuguy)
"Do not let my wife buy anything."
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