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#tdc3038— Ronald_2008 🤔 (@ronald_2008) May 7, 2020
Here's a workout:
Use the script made by @johnjohnston to mash up two flickr photos. Click until you see a result that you really like.
Then write a poem and put it on top of the mash-up.
It's fun! The mash-ups are often surprisingly beautiful.https://t.co/iMMJHZs4qX
#tdc3037— Ronald_2008 🤔 (@ronald_2008) May 6, 2020
"Mülke poetse" (to clean your mouth after eating, in Limburgian) was pronounced by my eldest brother, as he still was a toddler, as "moelepoele".
That's why a napkin was called, even later, a "moelepoel" in our family.
#tdc3035— Ronald_2008 🤔 (@ronald_2008) May 4, 2020
*waking up and trying to deal with tinnitus*
"Is it gone?"
"No, it's back again."
"Don't do anything with it."
"Don't try to deny it. Let it be."
"Don't attach any emotions to it."
"Just accept that it's there. Just let it be."
#tdc3030— Ronald_2008 🤔 (@ronald_2008) April 29, 2020
The most interesting character in Dutch writing is "ij".
It's two characters, "i" and "j" joined together.
Originally the "j" behind the "i" meant that the "i" was to be a looong "i"-sound
Today most people pronounce it as [ɛi]
But not in Limburghttps://t.co/dfzix0yh6T