- Jun 11, 2003
Thanks, It will be great that when I use really bad english grammar you guys correct me. I think arachnopets is making real improvement in mi english.
Hey, dood, I think people in Venezuela speak Spanish Which would mean that, while not English, she isn't making a mistake, but simply substituted a word from her native tongue. Mexicans are great at this, and it never fails to impress me when people can fluently speak 2 languages at once without confusionOriginally posted by Cooper
ok, you made a small mistake here
mi is spelled with a Y not I.
i.e. Soon MY tarantulas will be here
Have a nice day
I think j00 meant "d00d", ha><0rOriginally posted by nocturnalpulsem
Hey, dood, I think people in Venezuela speak Spanish Which would mean that, while not English, she isn't making a mistake, but simply substituted a word from her native tongue. Mexicans are great at this, and it never fails to impress me when people can fluently speak 2 languages at once without confusion
BTW- "dood" or "dewd" is computer geek slang, so don't correct me! ;P
Ahahhahaaahahahaha!(--falling off chair!!)This kid, Kind-Fish, bought a black scorpion, which is apparently the scorpion from hell hopped up on steroids. Kind-Fish has a friend who is a <pre-censored to save MI and MrD trouble>. His <pre-censored> of a friend dropped in Kind-Fish's two $40 tarantulas with the scorpion. Kind-Fish was afraid the scorpion wouldn't survive this matchup of the year. But no, lo and behold, the scorpion leapt on them, stung them, ripped them to pieces, held them up in the air and danced a little victory dance. Kind-Fish was amazed, but at the same time, appalled, becuase he is now out $80 and two tarantulas. Now his <pre-censored> of a friend is in the process of paying him back $80. He doesn't think this scorpion is an Emperor scorpion.
I believe A. bicolor and P. transvaalicus may out about the same size, Bry.Originally posted by Bry
Sometimes I do get mixed up on the English rules that aren't always consistent in certain situations. For example, I'm not exactly sure why Cooper corrected the phrase "you guys correct me". :? Otherwise, I think my English are so good. It ain't not bad.
As for the scorp, P. transvaalicus was the first thing that came to mind. I'm not sure how big A. bicolor gets.
Originally posted by Cooper
I want to take spanish in class because it is supposed to be fairly easy, everything is spelled how it sounds. Then we can talk without "too" many people knowing what we are saying:}
I am going to bed so have a nice evening everyone!
Actualy, P.trans gets substantialy bigger. Fortunately I haven't had a P.trans die so I don't have a precise measurement, but we are talking at least an extra inch over mature A.bicolor.Originally posted by Atrax
I believe A. bicolor and P. transvaalicus may out about the same size, Bry.
I really feel that you shouldn't own pets, at the rate you're going right now. Do some RESEARCH, then maybe you can care for them.Originally posted by -KIND-PHISH
But guyz I gonna need a whole new line of help because yal aint gonna believe what Im putting in my other aquarium. My freinds dad payed me the money back today and ethier tommarow or next I buyin ....SATAN HIMSELF
;P TRAP DOOR TRANSULA!!!
If anyone knows anything that is bigger meaner nastier and more posionous (has to be a scorp or transula) please contact freindly rat and mice slaughtering -KIND-PHISH