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Just now, AugustaAdaByron said:

 

Of course I will!

 

 

 

Malaka is used everywhere, it's almost not a cursing word. You could call your close friends that!

That's pretty true of the English translation too, at least in the UK 

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25 minutes ago, AugustaAdaByron said:

 

 

 

 

Somebody *soooo* needs to do a spoof on Weird Al.  I mean this one is *sooooo* obvious.

 



TURD CRIMES!

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1 minute ago, Steaky said:

That's pretty true of the English translation too, at least in the UK 

 

I translated once in English, I'm not sure I used the correct term. It was a literal translation, the word starts from w...

 

1 minute ago, Sam Ashen said:

 

Somebody *soooo* needs to do a spoof on Weird Al.  I mean this one is *sooooo* obvious.

 

 

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TURD CRIMES!
 

 

 

 

And not even a meme to be found on that... I'm disappointed...

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32 minutes ago, Sam Ashen said:

 

This make up for it?

 

 

 

I needed this so much in my life. Pooping at work is my least favorite thing. I'll walk around the research building until I find an empty bathroom. 

 

I already had that crop dusting technique down though. So many hallways. 

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2 hours ago, BarbarianBassBro said:

I´m always comfortable and prepared to poop!

 

Just when I was filling out my macros with Rainbow Ice Cream.

 

Delish!

 

:D

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6 hours ago, AugustaAdaByron said:

 

I translated once in English, I'm not sure I used the correct term. It was a literal translation, the word starts from w...

 

 

And not even a meme to be found on that... I'm disappointed...

That's the translation I know, it sounds like banker

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9 hours ago, BarbarianBassBro said:

I´m always comfortable and prepared to poop!

 

7 hours ago, SevenofSeven said:

What the What.............

 

This is fetish territory!

 

 

 

7 hours ago, Sam Ashen said:

 

Just when I was filling out my macros with Rainbow Ice Cream.

 

Delish!

 

:D

 

Up until I saw that video the highlight of my day was that we got new ice cream at work, snickers btw! 

 

"Pooping will never be the same...

... and neither will ice cream..."

 

 

4 hours ago, Steaky said:

That's the translation I know, it sounds like banker

 

That's the one. A banker with a w!

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Oh hey hey, following for ze tscherman. Wurst.

 

Thing is: I'm German, haven't really lived there in 10 years though, so I've never done any powerlifting and don't know anybody in the community. Are you going to compete?? I'm very curious to hear how things work over there (just in case there is a Brexit and I have to go back or whatever). Also if you ever want to practice, happy to skype! (Although I'm not 100% confident in my German these days, so it would be good practice for me as well.)

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Mein tscherman are almost non-existent (but that will change!).

 

Cool, where did you live in Germany? Where in the UK are you now?

 

No, I have no plans of competing (ever, to be honest) except maybe doing a virtual NF comp every once in a while if the time is good (it's not for the next one). I could try to find out how things work here if you are curious though. 

 

I'll get back to you on German practice once I'm able to form full sentences. Thanks! :) 

 

 

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7 hours ago, Sam Ashen said:

Made me think of.....

 

 

 

Interesting!

 

Btw we use the names Germania and Gallia (written with a latin alphabet in this case) for Germany and France.

 

Spoiler

Γερμανία and Γαλλία is the spelling in Greek.

And since we're at it Malaka is written as Μαλάκα.

 

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15 minutes ago, Sam Ashen said:

I read Greek like a first-grader learning how to sound out syllables.

 

hukt un fonix werkt fer me!

 

I can't even begin to imagine how someone who doesn't speak Greek tries to read and pronounce it.

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1 minute ago, AugustaAdaByron said:

 

I can't even begin to imagine how someone who doesn't speak Greek tries to read and pronounce it.

 

Hmm.  You would rather hear nails scratching a chalk board, right?

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1 minute ago, Sam Ashen said:

 

Hmm.  You would rather hear nails scratching a chalk board, right?

 

Definitely not! I jump up in the thought of it!

 

No, I meant I can't imagine if someone finds the different alphabet weird etc. 

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So, I had the first lifting session today since I set the goals of this challenge.

 

I hate doing this for many reasons but since it's a goal I might as well get it over with.

 

Here's a video of poverty OHP (aka standing bench) PB and of 55% pause squat (trying to push knees out and keep my heels on the ground).


 

Spoiler

 

OHP was 30kg x3 and then 30kgx2 for 4 sets (the video is the second set at 30kg) and the pause squat were at 55% (aka 45kg) for 5x5.


 

 

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