Hello from the COO of Doggy Bounce!

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Re: Hello from the COO of Doggy Bounce!

Postby emira » Wed Oct 28, 2009 2:02 am

Wow, I haven't been here for a few hours and it's like I'd missed kind of a party :yawinkle:

LauraK wrote:
emira wrote:Well, I'm not surprised... :jc:


I love how in my head, you sounded just like Jemaine when you said that. 8)



This is how it sounded in my head too :D

jillbean wrote:
Hi emira! Fantastic use of that quote :D


Glad I've finally found people who get those quotes :roll: :lol:

SuzyBatt wrote:Oh, and I love Poland!!! (I was there for only a short visit in the '80s but it left a lasting impression.)


Poland has changed A LOT since then but I hope it would still leave a lasting impression, if you visited today. Not many of those on the roads today :horse: :biggrin:

kellysouthpaw wrote:Hi Emira! While I am not from Poland, my Great Grandfather and Great Grandmother came over to the USA from Poland, And my grandfather taught me a little (we are talking REAL little) Polish... Czeckya...? Is that the correct spelling? That is how I was taught to say it phonically...anyway, a LOT of Polish pride in my family :D

Welcome!!


AWWW, so happy to find some Polish blood in here :yay: . The spelling is Cześć with really soft 'sh' and 'ch' at the end.

Anyone fancy learning some Polish? :yawinkle: I find The Doggy Bounce translation really good but the lyrics aren't too complicated, right :lol: ? The pronunciation suffers a little bit, though. When I heard it for the first time, I thought it was Russian or Serbian :rotfl: or maybe I wasn't prepared to hear Polish in the show and this is how my language really sounds :? .

So anyway, thank you for making me feel so welcomed :love:

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Re: Hello from the COO of Doggy Bounce!

Postby Nancy » Wed Oct 28, 2009 2:41 am

You are ever so welcome, my dear. :D

I had forgotten about the Polish version of Doggy Bounce - I'd love to hear the literal translation. It must have been quite a surprise when you first heard it. :que:
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Re: Hello from the COO of Doggy Bounce!

Postby LikeACurry » Wed Oct 28, 2009 3:32 am

Hiya emira, great to have you here :wave:
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Re: Hello from the COO of Doggy Bounce!

Postby vmh » Wed Oct 28, 2009 6:08 am

Hi emira! :wave: Welcome!
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Re: Hello from the COO of Doggy Bounce!

Postby Peaches » Wed Oct 28, 2009 6:55 am

G'Day Emira! :wave:

Ooh, a Pole! I went to Poland about a month ago and absolutely loved it!

Have fun and happy posting!
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Re: Hello from the COO of Doggy Bounce!

Postby seasick_sarah » Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:31 pm

Hi and welcome, Emira! :wave:
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Re: Hello from the COO of Doggy Bounce!

Postby curlisue » Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:36 pm

Hi Emira, welcome from a fellow European :partyman:
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Re: Hello from the COO of Doggy Bounce!

Postby Gracie » Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:51 pm

Welcome Emira! :heartbeat:


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Re: Hello from the COO of Doggy Bounce!

Postby biscuit » Wed Oct 28, 2009 4:02 pm

Hi, and welcome, emira :)

I've never been to Poland but there are quite a lot of Poles in my country (Norway) :) It's nice to have more Europeans on WTF!

You play the guitar, eh? Playing the uke should come easy then! :lol: Check out Uke Corner (even if you stick with the guitar :wink: )
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Re: Hello from the COO of Doggy Bounce!

Postby ZebraWarriorPrincess » Wed Oct 28, 2009 4:08 pm

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Welcome Emira :partyman:

I went to Poland 3 years, ago, and would lve to go back - the food was amazing! :D
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Re: Hello from the COO of Doggy Bounce!

Postby emira » Sat Dec 26, 2009 8:26 pm

Yeah, I know the food is good here :bang:

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