Aujourd’hui j’ai dix-neuf ans.
I don’t get it. Does this mean I can;t post anymore?
No, Mikhail. It’s French for something relatively unimportant. The key word here is ‘burfdeigh’ (which isn’t French, just strangely spelled). Sound it out.
On a side note, I’ve decided that any irrelevant or largely unimportant announcements will be posted in broken French so that nobody will be able to read them anyway.
Birthday, yes? I am not clear on the rest of the message, but I am going to venture the guess that it is YOUR birthday?
In which case, happy birthday! Mine was (past tense as of 16 min ago Mountain time) December 5th.
Hey! mine was the 2nd! Its just one big birthday-fest here I guess!
Oh yeah, HAPPY BIRTHDAY ANDREW!
Happy birthday, Andrew! We’ll all celebrate from a discreet distance and shower you with good luck charms.
My brother’s birthday was on the 2nd as well…small…world (month?)
Isn’t it aniversere in french?
Yes, if you wanted to say “happy birthday to you” in French you would say, “Joyeux anniversaire à toi.” Notice that the headline is horribly Americanized (and then re-French-ized and re-re-Americanized). Note also that I don’t speak French.
Open up your presents,
Hope you like your present,
Just for you!
Just for you!
My other one didn’t tranfer.
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