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Is the Swede a Human Being?

Gustav- Fælbönnran
post 14.Mar.2007, 05:43 PM
Post #31
Location: Östersund
Joined: 31.May.2006

QUOTE (Mutley Goes To Dollywood)
It's Yggdrasil or bust! :wink:


Spoken like a good Saxon, my Kentish cousin.
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Eric Paul Adelgren
post 14.Mar.2007, 06:05 PM
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Joined: 23.Jun.2005

What part of Sweden do the Saxxon's/Kent's come from Gus?
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Eric Paul Adelgren
post 14.Mar.2007, 06:08 PM
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Yes, and to a rather knowledgable VHW..."God Is!" biggrin.gif
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Mzungu
post 14.Mar.2007, 06:09 PM
Post #34
Location: Jönköping county
Joined: 29.Aug.2004

QUOTE (Eric Paul Adelgren)
What part of Sweden do the Saxxon's/Kent's come from Gus?


As Gus, appears otherwise engaged...the answer to your enquiry, is just a tad south of Höör in Skåna!
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Eric Paul Adelgren
post 14.Mar.2007, 06:11 PM
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Dearest Mutley, What does Yggdasil or bust! mean? Obviously, you too have some wisdom. ohmy.gif
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Eric Paul Adelgren
post 14.Mar.2007, 06:14 PM
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Joined: 23.Jun.2005

Which means exactly where? my friend? From which of the three main regions is this? Or is this an actual county?
Mzungu? Oh, and by the way, what do the horizontal dots above the "o's" imply?
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Eric Paul Adelgren
post 14.Mar.2007, 06:17 PM
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Oh, Mzungu, Is "Skana" actually another way of implying "Skane"?
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Mzungu
post 14.Mar.2007, 06:28 PM
Post #38
Location: Jönköping county
Joined: 29.Aug.2004

Höör is in Skåna, which in turn, is in southern Sweden.

Click, onto the "Weather", the header page, for a geography lesson!

Å Ö Ä, å ö ä, are part of the Swedish alphabet.
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*Holecutter >the Howl From*
post 14.Mar.2007, 06:34 PM
Post #39


So this one got resurrected, bad enough first time around. People must be getting really bored to drag it up again.

Gus, is there room up there in Jamtland for me, as I'm tired of all these lifeless retards who live south of Stockholm!!

:twisted:
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Gustav- Fælbönnran
post 14.Mar.2007, 06:37 PM
Post #40
Location: Östersund
Joined: 31.May.2006

QUOTE (Eric Paul Adelgren)
What part of Sweden do the Saxxon's/Kent's come from Gus?


No one knows exactly what part of Scandinavia the Saxons originated from, but they moved to the mouth of the Rhine in pre-Christian times, and from there expanded into Britain. Kent is a part of England settled by Saxons.

You come from a different Germanic tribe, the Svea.

Your Christ come from a tribe in Zion somewhere.

We need to straighten you out on all this stuff.
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Mzungu
post 14.Mar.2007, 06:44 PM
Post #41
Location: Jönköping county
Joined: 29.Aug.2004

QUOTE (Holecutter >the Howl From Hell)
So this one got resurrected, bad enough first time around. People must be getting really bored to drag it up again.

Gus, is there room up there in Jamtland for me, as I'm tired of all these lifeless retards who live south of Stockholm!!

:twisted:


Believe you mean, Jämtland.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J%C3%A4mtland

Shit stirrers united, are playing now..little further south, from my abode! :wink:
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Eric Paul Adelgren
post 14.Mar.2007, 06:44 PM
Post #42
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My friend the "Holecutter", I have not been resurrected...yet--that'll happen when Christ comes for His Bride! However, Jesus Christ is the only person biblically spoken of that has. Now a short note to my friend "Gus": all those words you spoke to me recently have no known translation--so would you mind telling me in English what you were trying to say? To both: "Have a nice day!" smile.gif smile.gif smile.gif
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Gustav- Fælbönnran
post 14.Mar.2007, 06:45 PM
Post #43
Location: Östersund
Joined: 31.May.2006

QUOTE (Holecutter >the Howl From Hell)
So this one got resurrected, bad enough first time around. People must be getting really bored to drag it up again.

Gus, is there room up there in Jamtland for me, as I'm tired of all these lifeless retards who live south of Stockholm!!

:twisted:


Plenty of room to fish and hunt in Jamtland. Come on up!

Bring the catsuit.
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Muttlestar Galactica
post 14.Mar.2007, 06:50 PM
Post #44
Joined: 4.Jan.2006

QUOTE (Eric Paul Adelgren)
Dearest Mutley, What does Yggdasil or bust! mean? Obviously, you too have some wisdom. ohmy.gif


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In Norse mythology, Yggdrasil (Old Norse Yggdrasill, IPA: ˈygˌdrasilː; the extra -l is a nominative case marker) is the "World Tree", a gigantic ash tree, thought to connect all the nine worlds of Norse cosmology.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yggdrasil
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Gustav- Fælbönnran
post 14.Mar.2007, 06:52 PM
Post #45
Location: Östersund
Joined: 31.May.2006

QUOTE (Eric Paul Adelgren)
My friend the "Holecutter", I have not been resurrected...yet--that'll happen when Christ comes for His Bride! However, Jesus Christ is the only person biblically spoken of that has. Now a short note to my friend "Gus": all those words you spoke to me recently have no known translation--so would you mind telling me in English what you were trying to say? To both: "Have a nice day!" smile.gif smile.gif smile.gif


Which words should I translate? Did I slip into Swedish at some point?

Speaking of translating, what do you mean when you say that you are going to be resurrected as Christ's bride?

I am a simple Jamt farmer, and a Heathen at that, but that version of the Christian resurrection is unknown to me.
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