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|English to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: Hi How are you|
|English translation:Hi King,|
I'm fine, thank you. Well, I say fine but my back's giving me a bit of jip, I've got far too much work, the resident teenager keeps on backing my car into lampposts, and, believe me, the male mid-life crisis is far, far worse than all the tube-and-egg stuff that women of my age have to contend with (and at least they get hormones for it). But, musn't complain.
How are things with you? The Queen behaving herself? I hope the plebs aren't giving you too much hassle. Can't be easy being a king when you have to compete with the likes of David Beckham and Justin Timberlake in the popularity stakes, I bet.
Heard this one? Why did the pervert cross the road? (Unfortunately, I can't tell you the punch line - last time I tried to tell this joke in one of the forums, the moderators "sanitised" it (which is a bit rich considering some of the English-English questions on the board this morning)).
Must rush. Happy ruling,
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What's up with you?