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Fiona Grace Peterson  Identity Verified
Italy
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Mar 19, 2006

If you are tired of saying "fine" to that time-trodden question, check out this chart for some new adjectives. And moods you never knew you had

http://www4.informatik.uni-erlangen.de/~msrex/how-do-you-feel.html


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Joanna Borowska  Identity Verified
Poland
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Concentrating Mar 19, 2006

(on the tough text I'm doing now)





[Edited at 2006-03-20 12:04]


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Evi Wollinger  Identity Verified
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headachy... Mar 19, 2006

windy outside, too much wine last night, way too many hours of looking at two monitors...

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Mónica Algazi  Identity Verified
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Blissful Mar 19, 2006

'cause the last day of summer in Uruguay is absolutely beautiful -just perfect for a walk along the seafront road!

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Daniela Zambrini  Identity Verified
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elated! Mar 19, 2006

You know that feeling? That "butterflies in your stomach" kind of thing? That's how I feel today...

I spent the morning at a sailing race and me and my sailing team managed to achieve a third place in the regatta...
I'm elated, and I've just realised that I have hopelessly fallen in love....what a day!


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Rita Bilancio  Identity Verified
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simply happy and quite Mar 19, 2006

a little bit sleepy, enjoying the day

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Fiona Grace Peterson  Identity Verified
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Congratulations! Mar 19, 2006

Daniela Zambrini wrote:

You know that feeling? That "butterflies in your stomach" kind of thing? That's how I feel today...

I spent the morning at a sailing race and me and my sailing team managed to achieve a third place in the regatta...
I'm elated, and I've just realised that I have hopelessly fallen in love....what a day!


That's such great news! Congratulations


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Gianni Pastore  Identity Verified
Italy
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Why hopelessly? Mar 19, 2006

Daniela Zambrini wrote:

I'm elated, and I've just realised that I have hopelessly fallen in love....what a day!


It's the best thing that can happen in life! (as long as it's not in vain, that is... but I am sure it's not your case).

I am drowning in boredom, anyway...


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xxxsarahl
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on top of the world! Mar 19, 2006

better than a lame "fine"

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Clarisa Moraña  Identity Verified
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happy! Mar 20, 2006

Today was a great Sunday in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It was a sunny day ("sunday"), and invited my mum, and some friends to have a "mongolian soup". We all had a great day!
Now I'm back to work, it's almost midnight, and I know that I'll be working for a while... but I'm happy because I had a great day.

Regards

Clarisa


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Serkan Doğan  Identity Verified
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Relax! Mar 20, 2006

But for my works at the weekend, I would have been in trouble. I am relaxing now and getting prepared for the upcoming texts

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Derek Gill Franßen  Identity Verified
Germany
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Kickin' a$$ and taking names! Mar 20, 2006

...something my dad would answer when I asked him how his day was going - now I know exactly what he meant (thankfully)!


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Kevin Kelly  Identity Verified
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Fine as a frog hair split four ways Mar 20, 2006

There's one that will get you a puzzled look, and then perhaps a sudden dawning of understanding... or not.

You may have to explain that frog hair is extremely fine, and especially if it is split into four.

K


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Henk Peelen  Identity Verified
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Fine; quitely working Mar 20, 2006

something like satisfied, interested, smug, blissfull, thoughtful

[Edited at 2006-03-20 18:43]


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