Ani's 2019 Log

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IronMike
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Re: Ani's 2019 Log

Postby IronMike » Sat Jan 12, 2019 2:22 pm

Ani wrote:
reineke wrote:I guessed as much but the acronym also stands for Limited English proficiency.


You can submit your objections to our dear rdearman, who suggested it and has been using it over on his log :-P

You don't want to know what other things I found when I searched that term in an Internet Dictionary...NSFW!
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Re: Ani's 2019 Log

Postby Ani » Sat Jan 12, 2019 8:28 pm

IronMike wrote:You don't want to know what other things I found when I searched that term in an Internet Dictionary...NSFW!


Hahahaha.. I'll remember not to do that :lol:

reineke wrote:I have already objected over his use of French so I think I'll keep away from there.

Hm.. maybe a good idea.

PeterMollenburg wrote:Anyway to have an LEP who speaks Breton is interesting


Except he doesn't speak it.. I guess I threw everyone off so much with that acronym you missed the flow of the sentence ;) I guarantee of he spoke it I would have started learning it this summer. That would just be too tempting.

About finding time.. I don't know. I mean obviously I have more/different time compared to people who work "real" jobs. What you consider desk time, I have next to zero of that lately but with Bluetooth headphones I can prop my phone up anywhere and work around the area and then grab it and go to another part of the house. It's pretty easy to watch a bunch of things like that. And I can do Memrise, and text/Snapchat people* in French while snuggling a kid down to nap/sleep..

*My phone legit tried to auto correct that instance of people as "peeps".. I don't think I've ever used that word, at least not in 15 years... But I suppose if you're on Snapchat that's the sort of word that comes next :lol:
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