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Title: here in the netherlands
Post by: Vipt on February 28, 2005, 10:11:46 AM
Amarinda, where in America do you come from? I'm half Dutch myself, and Grand Rapids, Michigan (where I live) is swarming with Dutchies. :P
Title: here in the netherlands
Post by: amarinda on February 28, 2005, 10:22:11 AM
Amarinda, where in America do you come from? I'm half Dutch myself, and Grand Rapids, Michigan (where I live) is swarming with Dutchies. :P

I've lived in Milford, Michigan before (visited 'Holland' and everything ;) ) but currently-except-this-year I live in Arizona. I've also lived in Chicago and Fort Wayne, Indiana. My mom's from Kansas and my dad's from NL. He came over for college and the rest if history! :D I was actually born in Rome, Italy, so my legal papers are totally messed up. :P Crazy trying to get a valid birth certificate that ALL the countries will accept and issue legal papers for. ::) Took me half a year to get my Dutch passport.

Vipt, do you speak Dutch? Have you ever visited/lived in the Netherlands? For this lil country of 16mil people or so, there sure are a LOT of Dutchies on the 'net, aren't there. :) I find them everywhere I go! Always at least one group of Dutchies on every forum. Maybe because they actually learn English so well? Makes it a bit difficult to learn Dutch, since everyone here is willing and able to speak English.  ;)

Sorry if this is too off-topic!
Title: here in the netherlands
Post by: Vipt on February 28, 2005, 10:35:47 AM

Vipt, do you speak Dutch? Have you ever visited/lived in the Netherlands? For this lil country of 16mil people or so, there sure are a LOT of Dutchies on the 'net, aren't there. :) I find them everywhere I go! Always at least one group of Dutchies on every forum.

Unfortunately, no. Not a lick of it, lol. Even my mom (where I get my Dutch half from) doesn't know any. My Grandmother supposedly knows some since she was born there, but I've never heard her speak it. However, my mom says she had a certain aunt who came to America but refused to learn English. I don't think they had much of a relationship...

As far as other forum members go, I know Rob (who goes by Brr) is Dutch, but he hasn't been around in a while. Too busy I guess. :-\ Also, a guy named Copycat who drops by every once in a while is Frisian, I think. Other than that, I'm not sure.
Title: here in the netherlands
Post by: Louisiana Night on February 28, 2005, 11:18:48 AM
CC's Flemish.

Though I'm pretty sure he speaks dutch. :P
Title: here in the netherlands
Post by: Vipt on February 28, 2005, 11:24:10 AM
CC's Flemish.

Though I'm pretty sure he speaks dutch. :P

Ah, thanks for the correction. Yes, Dutch (or at least the Flemish dialect) is an official language of Belgium, so he probably speaks it, too.
Title: here in the netherlands
Post by: Say on February 28, 2005, 11:27:11 AM
Copycat and Brrr, CC is from Belgium and Brrr is actually from Netherlands as well, they are the ones that I know speak dutch around here :P
Title: here in the netherlands
Post by: Yonkey on February 28, 2005, 12:17:37 PM
There are even a few Dutch people in the KQ9 team too: Allert and Karen! XD
Title: here in the netherlands
Post by: amarinda on February 28, 2005, 03:37:34 PM
There are even a few Dutch people in the KQ9 team too: Allert and Karen! XD

See?! Seriously, Dutchies are a strong entity on the 'net. We're a whole country of geeks, heh heh!  ;D

And Vipt, don't feel bad, I didn't speak any until I came here, either, and what I can speak now sure ain't good. On top of that, my father, 2 uncles, an aunt, my grandparents, and much more extended family all speak Dutch. So I have noooo excuse. I have a Dutch last name. A Dutch nobility title. A Dutch passport. I've visited the Netherlands several times. It's downright sad that I don't have the language. But that's what I'm trying to accomplish now, so better late than never, eh? ;)
Title: here in the netherlands
Post by: yoshiwam on March 01, 2005, 11:30:49 AM
let's make this topic even more dutch!

Dan ga ik maar gewoon nedelands prate :D Maar omdat er dan ook nog mensen zijn die zelfs dít kunnen volgen doe ik er m'n eigen brabants accentje bij  ;D

dus nie máauwe. want vur ge ut wit, zèn t wit eier die ge it!

take that^^  muhaha

(a discussion about pink?! woa...)
Title: here in the netherlands
Post by: Allert van der Leij on March 01, 2005, 12:23:07 PM
There are even a few Dutch people in the KQ9 team too: Allert and Karen! XD

OMG Neil, Karen's not from the Netherlands, she's from Norway :P

lol

now, back to those friggin' collision meshes....
Title: here in the netherlands
Post by: amarinda on March 01, 2005, 12:25:57 PM

dus nie máauwe. want vur ge ut wit, zèn t wit eier die ge it!

take that^^  muhaha


 :o Whoa, I understood the first part but totally not the second! GERMAN is closer to Dutch than whatever you just typed...  :S

And, haha, I just noticed the allowed attachment files types... and the size limit... what kind of pdf/mpg/png/mp3 is 100 KB or less?!  :pokerface:
Title: here in the netherlands
Post by: amarinda on March 01, 2005, 12:29:03 PM
There are even a few Dutch people in the KQ9 team too: Allert and Karen! XD

OMG Neil, Karen's not from the Netherlands, she's from Norway :P

lol

now, back to those friggin' collision meshes....

ROTFL!! XD Come on, it's a common enough mistake... I mean, the Netherlands is a city in Norway, right? Or is it the other way around? Aw, who cares, it's all Europe, it's basically one country, right?  :suffer:

Hmmm, collision meshes, sounds messy.  ;)
Title: here in the netherlands
Post by: Yonkey on March 01, 2005, 12:44:20 PM
OMG Neil, Karen's not from the Netherlands, she's from Norway :P

LOL!  :!Oops: Well, at least they both start with N! ;P

what kind of pdf/mpg/png/mp3 is 100 KB or less?!  :pokerface:

A really small one. ;-D
Title: here in the netherlands
Post by: amarinda on March 02, 2005, 06:10:17 AM
OMG Neil, Karen's not from the Netherlands, she's from Norway :P

LOL!  :!Oops: Well, at least they both start with N! ;P

what kind of pdf/mpg/png/mp3 is 100 KB or less?!  :pokerface:

A really small one. ;-D

 ::) x2
Title: here in the netherlands
Post by: Rosedragon on March 03, 2005, 06:40:34 PM
I'm an American southern belle, but I might have a little Dutch in me on my mother's side. As well as Irish and English, maybe some Scottish. I don't speak any language but English and a few words in Spanish. I mostly forgot the Spanish I learned in high school. Anyway, I love Amarinda's paintings. The one with Valanice was funny. I thought she wore a slip under her dress.
Title: Re:here in the netherlands
Post by: copycat on June 16, 2005, 03:32:31 PM
dus nie máauwe. want vur ge ut wit, zèn t wit eier die ge it!
Wat is er mis met witte eieren?
Title: Re: here in the netherlands
Post by: B'rrr on August 06, 2005, 06:55:50 PM
Iedereen weet dat je bruine moet hebben, die zijn veel gezonder ...toch?


As far as other forum members go, I know Rob (who goes by Brr) is Dutch, but he hasn't been around in a while. Too busy I guess. :-\

yup... work, life ..even a game called WoW... going to school monday (for 2 weeks), might be around later.. not sure ..I'm behind with many things


Copycat and Brrr, CC is from Belgium and Brrr is actually from Netherlands as well, they are the ones that I know speak dutch around here :P

If i recall correct you could speak some words too... *grins*
Title: Re: here in the netherlands
Post by: Lollotte on August 06, 2005, 06:59:42 PM
Omigod. B'RRR IS BACK?!? Are you kidding me?!?  :o

I have a friend who is Flemish. Her name is Sieglinde; even though I don't understand, she's spoken to me in Flemish--and it is a beautiful language.
Title: Re: here in the netherlands
Post by: copycat on August 12, 2005, 05:54:23 PM
I have a friend who is Flemish. Her name is Sieglinde; even though I don't understand, she's spoken to me in Flemish--and it is a beautiful language.
Actually, there's no such thing as the Flemish language, unless you want to count our way of talking Dutch Flemish. Can you tell me what town (or if she doesn't want to disclose that information, she can just give her provincie) she's from, so I can confirm my suspicions about her region are right (since you called it a beautiful language I have a hunch she's a bit east from my location)? 8)