Saturday, July 29, 2006

A piu’ tardi, ragazzi! (Later, dudes!)

Allora, io devo parlare così per i prossimi sei o sette giorni, perché Moglie ed io andiamo in Italia.

È strano... Quando io vado lì, devo parlare in italiano, e quando i nostri amici e la famiglia vengono qua, io devo parlare in italiano! Hmm...

È un'ingiustizia, però!

See comments for translation

24 Comments:

Blogger * (asterisk) said...

Translation:

Well, I have to talk like this for the next six or seven days, because Wife and I are going to Italy.

It's strange... When I go there, I have to speak Italian, and when our friends and family come here, I have to speak Italian! Hmm...

It's not fair, though!

29 July, 2006 15:31  
Blogger Spangly Princess said...

haha typical. enjoy your trip!

29 July, 2006 16:35  
Blogger Pie said...

Have a cool holiday. Post lots of pictures when you get back!!

29 July, 2006 17:31  
Blogger Cynnie said...

take tons of pictures!!
and post them !!
I'm dying to see italy..!

29 July, 2006 20:13  
Blogger Suze said...

You lucky, lucky, bastard! Asterisk have a great time and bring back lots of tales and images for us. I love Italy.

29 July, 2006 22:21  
Blogger apositivepessimist said...

happy trails!

30 July, 2006 01:54  
Blogger d34dpuppy said...

ciao stardude n signora stardudette

30 July, 2006 05:42  
Blogger _z. said...

have fun!

30 July, 2006 06:35  
Blogger The_'Real'_Batman said...

Per concludere, un certo italiano da voi! Potete parlare italiano fluente? Inoltre, dove state andando in Italia? Vengo dal nord, in modo da se provenite dal sud, dall'io percepisco la rivalità…

30 July, 2006 09:48  
Blogger The_'Real'_Batman said...

To translate:

Finally some Italian from you? Can you speak it fluently or not? And where do you come from in Italy? I'm from the north so if you're from the south I sense rivalry

I know there are errors in my Italian but I'm only used to speaking it so give me a break!

30 July, 2006 09:49  
Blogger Camie Vog said...

Yes, lots of pictures (I hope I can actually see them with this creepy browser...). And eat lots of good food, and tell us about it. Who will be in care of CAT while you are abroad??

30 July, 2006 15:36  
Blogger Meander said...

ooh wow! we will miss you! are you there now?

30 July, 2006 18:09  
Blogger Candy Minx said...

Have a great trip look forward to your return, of course, selfishly....

30 July, 2006 21:02  
Blogger Sue Ellen Mischke said...

I took two years of Italian in college and six years of Spanish prior. Between the two, I was able to decipher some of that. I'm proud of myself. Have fun. And bring back a Luca Toni for me!

31 July, 2006 07:02  
Blogger FOUR DINNERS said...

Wish I could speak Italian. Wish I could speak good English! Have a great time mate.

31 July, 2006 16:18  
Blogger Kate said...

Hope you have a good time :-)

02 August, 2006 16:15  
Blogger Candy Minx said...

How about buying a lap top matey!
Then you could write a travel diary and load some photos...no no it doesn't have to include your face...but some dinner plates of delicious food...some landscapes...

I am just showing up here knowing full well you're out of twon and I still linked you to my list of 20 comments wednesday because I am just showing off, ha ha


....and you call your self a blogger...

hee heee

02 August, 2006 21:09  
Blogger Minerva Jane said...

Ha! Have fun on your trip. Sounds divine.

03 August, 2006 21:24  
Blogger d34dpuppy said...

tha cat is very hungry now, no?

06 August, 2006 21:34  
Blogger Gentleman-hobbs said...

Are you using babel fish? The Italian seems jolly impressive!
Hope you are near Florence....or Venice... or Rome ... lovely country evrywhere really.

07 August, 2006 11:56  
Anonymous michelino zanipolo said...

4 d tha only italina u needa no is vafunculo
xo
some anymouse dude

09 August, 2006 03:12  
Blogger * (asterisk) said...

Spangly / Pie: Thanks. I did.

Cyn: I will post some pics sooooon. Italy rocks!

Suze: Not many tales to tell. Lots of sun, sea, sand, food, and drink... Nice and relaxing, though.

APP: Thank you.

DP: Ciao anche a te, cagnolino.

_z.: Will do. Did do!

09 August, 2006 09:10  
Blogger * (asterisk) said...

Shamash: A volte, scrivo un po' d'italiano, pero' lo parlo piu' spesso -- ma non molto spesso. E per quello ci sono tanti errori anche nel mio italiano! Ma io sono inglese, e mia moglie e' italiana, delle Marche. [At times I write a little Italian, but I speak it more often -- though not very often. That's why there are plenty of errors in my Italian! But I'm English, and my wife's Italian, from the Marche region.]

Camie: I'll get round to the pics soon. You still not seeing them? Cat stays at a lovely cattery, although he calls it a spa retreat, of course.

Meander: I was there then, but now I'm back, see?

Candy: And now I'm back, hurrah!

Sue Ellen: Languages are fun, aren't they?! No room for a Luca Toni in my suitcase, but I think there may be a picture somewhere of me doing that thing he does with his hand near his ear when he scores... Maybe I'll post that for you!

09 August, 2006 09:19  
Blogger * (asterisk) said...

4D: Cheers matey!

Kate: Thanks. Did do.

Candy: We stay with Wife's mum, and she doesn't have Internet access. And frankly that's probably a good thing, cos we'd both spend too much time blogging and not enough time having a break from our bloody computers!

Minerva Jane: Thanks, pet.

DP: The cat was starved, but only of attention... Bless him.

G-Hobbs: No Babelfish for me, sir; I use only my own brain, and then maybe I use Wife's a little too for the trickier bits! Nowhere near any of those places, but have been to them all before, though Florence was only for a few hours.Yes, great country it is.

Michelino: You also need some other words, I think :-)

09 August, 2006 09:25  

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