English for Dirty Houses

I'm never inviting this woman to my house again!
     Posted By: Paul - Mon Apr 07, 2014
     Category: Domestic | Education | Languages

Oh, hello, my name is Thomas, I am in Cincinnati, how can I help you with your computer today?
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 04/07/14 at 10:56 AM
C'mon, Paul, don't forget how difficult English can be as a second language. I come from the Left Coast and currently live in the midwest and the people here claim to speak English but I have my doubts sometimes.

I think the girl in this lesson did very well. She has worked really hard to get around her accent.
Posted by KDP on 04/07/14 at 02:56 PM
KDP--I too admired her English and accent. I was just goofing on the contrived scenario of the house that was the quintessence of filthiness.
Posted by Paul on 04/07/14 at 08:34 PM
I was sort of expecting "dirty house" to be another euphemism for house of ill repute.
Posted by Mr Evilwrench on 04/08/14 at 07:14 AM
That's all very well, but how do you say, "My hovercraft is full of eels?"


-Cougar :{)
Posted by Cougar Allen on 04/11/14 at 08:33 PM
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