Thursday, 13 August 2015

The Duckpond

Its raining cats and dogs! translates to "its raining alot" - oh it must be August another famous British Summer.  We Brits really do have some superb sayings, which we mainly refer to as Slang.

Like;
Bobs your uncle - which translates as "there you go" Now obviously bob isnt your uncle but rest assured he was someones.
Bugger off - translates to "Go away" thats the nice version there are several others
Chin Wag - translates to "have a chat", that is one of the more obvious ones
Hows your father - now this is interesting, it is a euphemism for " Sex"

So do be careful dear friends when you ask a British person "hows your father" you really do not know what your asking. A smack would  most likely offend you...

Inworldz have just introduced their 2x2 regions, which really are 4 sims each with 12k prims. More details can be found here. Inworldz  This has allowed many in world to increase their land holdings making for more space to build on. Thanks to this policy I am delighted to introduce "The Duckpond". Most will know that my Estate has been built to the English Countryside theme unique to Inworldz. England is full of quaint villages of elegant cottages. Villages with the traditional Duckpond at its heart next to the finest of English Country pubs. 



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