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Post by Lonely Shoe Salesman »

There's a 'diparage', mispelled 'disparage' and 'ask the local', not 'lokal'. A lil german fluence, isn't it :wink:

And in Al's Christmas song the beginning was 'It was', and there stands 'Twas'. Just mispelling. And a great lyric, by the way, too :D Now when I walk down my school corridors, I mumble it under my nose!
Sorry for being a nitpicker, but I can't help it :P
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Post by Daniel »

*rofl* you are right.
I've these lyrics now for at least 4 years on my site and nobody ever has seen the mistakes. Not even me, because I think I not even once checked these pages.

Thanks!
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Post by Lonely Shoe Salesman »

No problem, man. Always in the mood of pointing out all the faults you can possibly make :D Count on me. I'll have a look-see, what it was like, uuuh, 'ubung macht den meister' or something like that :) The point is, to make the site even better. And it's damn cool, I don't remember telling you that before. Well, paid my debt. :|
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Thanks,
and yes, "Übung macht den Meister" :)
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Hi BundyBots...

Is it just me... or has anyone else ever mentioned the TV intro shot of the
Married With Children title...?

I have wondered if what I saw was intentional... or just the way it was animated
to show the "Bleen slime" of the ages dripping from the word "MARRIED"

What I could not help noticing was the way the word MARRIED gradually
morphed into the word MARRED as the blur spread.

Maybe one of the "experts" can illuminate me?

Thanks and Live Long and Prosper "\\ //"

Ronthekanuk
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ronthekanuk wrote: What I could not help noticing was the way the word MARRIED gradually
morphed into the word MARRED as the blur spread.
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I have never thought about that "slime" or whatever it could be.
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Daniel wrote:I have never thought about that "slime" or whatever it could be.
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Hi Daniel,

Unlike you, I dwell on the sublime and hidden messages in the title..
Could it be that the writers were "Marred with children"?

Were they ever married?
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ronthekanuk wrote:Hi BundyBots...

Is it just me... or has anyone else ever mentioned the TV intro shot of the
Married With Children title...?

I have wondered if what I saw was intentional... or just the way it was animated
to show the "Bleen slime" of the ages dripping from the word "MARRIED"

What I could not help noticing was the way the word MARRIED gradually
morphed into the word MARRED as the blur spread.

Maybe one of the "experts" can illuminate me?

Thanks and Live Long and Prosper "\\ //"

Ronthekanuk
Good catch, I never noticed that before.
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