Friday, March 10, 2006

Ti Multsã-anji! Uràri Cu-ucazea-a Dzuùãljei Di-aflari

Which is to say, "happy birthday" (to me). In Aromanian, of course. And if you forgot to send flowers, bon bons, or a fabulous silk cravat, don't sweat it. Just blame the mail. That's what I'm going to do when I forget to send yours.

14 comments:

  1. Are you staying away from the coffice tooday?

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  2. Appy-hay Irthday-bay...*

    Have a good one!

    *Sorry, it's the only foreign language I can speak...

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  3. i just 'signed' happy birthday to you!

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  4. Anonymous10:31 PM

    feliz cumpleanos from nolamomma... I have a supercuts gift certificate for you next time I see you.

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  5. Happy Birthday!

    (by the way, how was the Jesus year? Here's to hoping that the post-Jesus year is even better)

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  6. Traci, my Jesus year seems to have gone much better for me than it did for Jesus.

    Anonymous nolamomma, you're a rascally-rascal, you. I can't wait.

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  7. happy belated birthday.

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  8. hhowell6:45 PM

    Yes, happy belated birthday!
    I put some Cream colored ponies and crisp apple streudels in the mail but it sounds like they haven't arrived yet.

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  9. Those Aromanians have some big words for a simple concept.

    Happy birthday!

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  10. The reason you've never heard of the Aromanians is because their language is so exceedingly complicated that even the simplest conversation takes hours and they never actually have time to do anything.

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