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« on: October 16, 2007, 07:12:15 am »

hey everyone!
I saw there is an international discussion and everyone here makes a thread according to where he lives, so I thought to make a one for Israel too.
well, to say the truth I don't think there is more fans here from Israel, beside me. ):
currect me if I wrong.

I only can tell you that here GG hasn't finished yet... hmmm, i watched it a few mintues ago, and Richard got an heart-attack ):
Does anyone knows if Lorelai and Luke get marrie at the end of the season? O:


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« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2007, 07:23:30 am »

Noga, I hope some other people from Israel join your thread soon!
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« Reply #2 on: November 09, 2007, 12:21:26 pm »

I'm not from Israel and i've never visited, but i was raised Jewish in the U.S., so maybe that half-counts! Smiley

My parents took a trip to Israel and Egypt a long time ago. I have a picture of them sitting on top of a camel. A picture of anyone's parents sitting on a camel has got to be a silly picture.

In an unrelated incident, i once met a camel at a park in New Jersey who spit at me. I did not take it personally.

Good to know that Gilmore Girls reaches far and wide around the world!

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« Reply #3 on: November 10, 2007, 02:31:24 am »

Hey Mira and Jim, thanks you are so nice!  Cheesy
jim- haha it counts... do you know Hebrew?
I once sat on a camel in our school trip, it was quite fun actually (and a bit scary..)

Of course anyone who wants to be here - can! come on to the thread and have fun!   Smiley
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« Reply #4 on: November 10, 2007, 02:58:30 am »

I've never been to Israel, but it seems great, and I remember when I was little, my preschool teacher was from Israel and she got dengi (not sure how it's spelled) fever and almost died, well, she went back home to Israel to recover, and she came back and she was like new and I remember thinking wow, she was at some good place lol.

I was on a camel once *showing off*  Grin but I was like 3 years old so I don't remember
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« Reply #5 on: November 10, 2007, 03:29:04 am »

Yay Ines is here too!  Cheesy
Yes it's really a great place, come to israel ...   Wink
i'm not sure what did you mean by dengi fever, but i'm glad she was okay!

see you around, huh?
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« Reply #6 on: November 10, 2007, 04:37:42 am »

I think it's something like malaria.

sure...I'll stop by this thread sometimes  Smiley I hope we get more members from Israel so I can read Hebrew and not understand  Grin I love reading languages even though I don't understand them.
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« Reply #7 on: November 10, 2007, 07:57:51 am »

Hey Mira and Jim, thanks you are so nice! Cheesy
jim- haha it counts... do you know Hebrew?

I learned Hebrew as a child but did not stick with it later and can no longer read or write much. My parents were very proud of being Jewish but were not religious at all. But they put me through Hebrew School and i had a Bar Mitzvah. I had older brothers who did not do either, but as the youngest my parents decided i should do it. Our temple was reform/progressive (i grew up in New York). I was an average student of Hebrew at the time. I was young and did not take it very seriously, in part because i knew my parents didn't take it very seriously. I did pretty well at my Bar Mitzvah though, which by the way was partly in English and partly in Hebrew. I handled all the Hebrew prayers well.

I am guessing you know English and Hebrew equally well. I recall after my parents visited Israel they said that English was commonly spoken and many people they met were Americanized in many ways, perhaps more than other countries. Also, Israel still has compulsory military service, correct? So, you will be going through that eventually?

ha ha, i always take issue with Lorelai in the episode where she says "oy with the poodles already". Earlier in that same scene she says she cannot imagine a sentence containing the word "oy" that is not funny. She never knew my mom! Most of the time she used the word "oy" it was not in a funny or happy sentence. Wink
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« Reply #8 on: November 10, 2007, 08:21:57 am »

Waw, Noga, look who's getting popular???  Grin
 
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« Reply #9 on: November 10, 2007, 11:37:37 am »

Jim- wow i'm happy to read all this.. (:
ammm.. well lets say i wish i'll know English as much as i know Hebrew.. Tongue
Yes, here every girl&boy are going to the army when they're 18, it's duty. I'll be 18 on January, so after i'll graduate highschool i am going to the army.
haha i always laugh when i'm reading messages of you! keep doing this  Wink

Ines- feel free to come over whenever you like!... Wink I hope more members from Israel will join this amazing org too!
in the meantime, I can write to you in Hebrew haha... Tongue היי אינס (hi Ines)  Cheesy

Mira- wow i really like to be here, you're all so nice! haha I'm getting popular Tongue een fijne dag gewenst !!
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« Reply #10 on: November 10, 2007, 11:48:14 pm »

Yay for Noga! Your Flemish is getting good  Grin Prettystick!!!
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« Reply #11 on: November 11, 2007, 12:42:11 am »

oooh, the letters are so cool! The only thing that's different between English and Croatian letters is that Croatian doesn't have x, y and w, and has , đ, č, ć and letters with two signs like lj, nj, d. I wish we had letters like that...so awesome.

Ah, I'm such a chicken when it comes to the army, I dunno how I'd survive if I had to go lol. Good thing I'm a girl, here even if you're a guy you can serve it in some sort of community like being a bodyguard or something somewhere. But if I had to go, I'd probably fake an illness or something  Grin jk, lol. But I didn't know that everyone in Israel has to go to the army, and now I know  Smiley yay, *see mom I can learn from the Internet  Grin*
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« Reply #12 on: November 11, 2007, 06:11:20 am »

Mira- bedankt! haha i like Flemish.
Ines- yay i learned from you too! your letteres look so pretty!! d,,č,ć - how it sounds?
haha actually here i all the time learning new stuff, it's great!
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« Reply #13 on: November 11, 2007, 06:48:02 am »

well, sounds like sh in English, and č and ć are like ch, only č is a bit more rough, and ć is softer. đ sounds like...the j in the word jam. is sort of like...j in the name Jacques. and d is like a mix of d and . as is lj and nj, but j and d are pronounced differently here. lol...

Does Flemish have that o that has a line in the middle? Or is that Swedish?
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« Reply #14 on: November 11, 2007, 07:10:27 am »

Does Flemish have that o that has a line in the middle? Or is that Swedish?
Nope, that's Swedish  Grin
Ines, I didn't know bout the army either! Here, they got rid of compulsory military service and I'm really happy about that. I'm way too chicken to do something like that, that's why I admire Noga for not being scared or anything!
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