Christmad thought from Karim, which might bring to mind Leo Tolstoy or Norah Jones (or even Mark Twain–“The house was as empty as a beer closet in premises where painters have been at work”), but which is certainly all his own.
- Common sense is the least common of the senses
Xavi C wonders if the phrase is Jaume Balmes‘s. Mark Twain is often blamed for the English version, but Allan Cunningham
Some people think that Marc‘s headgear is sheepish, others that it is Phrygian. One significant advantage is that, upside-down, it makes
- Bus-Saharan Africa
One of Karim’s commenters is under the impression that Karim is a bad speller. Orthographic genius, I’d say: bussaharain clearly refers
- Old Congolese joke
I’ve been translating quite a lot of elderly Flemish over the past few months. Here’s an excerpt from some manuscript memoirs
- The metro to Nou Barris
Pictures of houses and a Derbi.