[LRflex] Re: Whitby, owls and fireworks.

  • From: Ted Grant <tedgrant@xxxxxxx>
  • To: leicareflex@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2007 19:41:08 -0700

Dave Saalsaa offered wisely! :-)
>>>> Somehow, mature sounds so much nicer than old.<<<<<<

Ted Grant responded:

>> For example, which sounds better... "He's an old guy." Or "He's a
gentleman of mature age." :-)


Steve Barbour offered:

>>>the French go one better with the expression/ translated... 

>>a man/woman of a certain age... mature, exotic, very mysterious...

>>that's you Ted...   right? <<<<<<<<<


Gee Steve I don't know about the >> very mysterious <<  part as I'm like an
open book. But then there were the times in Munich? Barcelona? Tokyo?
Albertville and London? ;-) :-) And I can't tell and if you make me I'll
have to kill you! ;-) 



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