fledge capable of flying, from Middle English flegge, from Old English -flycge; akin to Old High German flucki capable of flying,
Old English flEogan to fly -- more at FLY
intransitive verb, of a young bird : to acquire the feathers necessary for flight or independent activity

Friday, February 15, 2008

Day 25


Sup, brah? Nothing you?
Und hang loose meine Damen ;-)

4 comments:

Eva said...

Oh yeah Baby! And let your hair hang down....(and wasnt' there something supposed to hang around your hair while going to..uhm..San Fransisco?)

Sun's the same in good old Germany. Males? don't bother!

sehnsüchtige Grüße
Eva

carina said...

...be sure to wear some flowers in your hair... *sing*

jaaa, ich hör auf zu singen, ist gut. ich bin ja schon wieder ruhig! nicht schlagen!

:-)

frau burow said...

liebe nancy,
ich schaue täglich bei dir vorbei. you make my day! dein wortwitz und deine wortspielerein sind einzigartig (und ich kann das noch nicht mal in meiner muttersprache, geschweige denn in englisch).daher diese bitte:
darf ich dich bei mir verlinken?
ganz liebe grüße, andrea

Nic said...

in hawaii we said the "sup, brah" but it was a greeting like hey or hello, and wasn't answered like a question. so it went:

"sup, brah."

"sup."

(often the greetings are accompanied by a brief jerk of the head upward.)

here in the midwest i could tell i began to assimilate when someone would say "what's up?" and i'd actually answer it with "not much."

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