"I Carry Your Heart" (translation)

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Re: "I Carry Your Heart" (translation)

Postby General Mackevili » Mon Jun 09, 2014 11:29 pm

Username Taken wrote:
Actually, my wife didn't know, so she asked my eldest son. He said that it's a 'rude' word, but not sure what it means or how to describe it.
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LoL! ! ! You know it's 2014 when parents have to ask their kids about sex!
"Life is too important to take seriously."

"Life does not cease to be funny when people die any more than it ceases to be serious when people laugh."

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Re: "I Carry Your Heart" (translation)

Postby General Mackevili » Tue Jun 17, 2014 3:23 pm

OrangeDragon wrote:wtf does kikilu mean?
HAHAHA! !

One of my 5 year old students just told on another 5 year old student for saying "kikiloo"!

Kids these days. :facepalm:
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Postby OrangeDragon » Tue Jun 17, 2014 5:01 pm

General Mackevili wrote:
OrangeDragon wrote:wtf does kikilu mean?
HAHAHA! !

One of my 5 year old students just told on another 5 year old student for saying "kikiloo"!

Kids these days. :facepalm:
I used it at Charlie Harper's and now apparently it's my nickname there by all of the waitresses.

"kikiloo, another beer?"


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