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  • bellagorillabellagorilla Posts: 6,353 Member
    edited October 2020
    DeKay wrote: »
    Lyoufln wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    I don't have anything to say other than hello.

    Bonsoir :smile:

    Is that like bonjour? 😂

    Bonjour but for the evening.

    I think.
    Bonjour is a French greeting used for the daytime as well as evening.

    So what is Bonsoir?

    It’s “good evening” :)

    Ah. :D And Bonjour can be used for any time of day, right?

    Yeah, I think so. Since it means "good day", I don't see why not. It's like "konichiwa" in Japanese, it doesn't mean hello (that would basically be "moshi moshi" which is what you say when you pick up the phone), it actually means "good afternoon", but because it's spoken alllll the time it just basically means "hello" now.

    I was going to potentially say something more, but uhh I might've mentioned it to Frenchy and he can clearly explain French better then I can (native speaker vs. just a beginner) :sweat_smile:
    DeKay wrote: »
    Lyoufln wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    I don't have anything to say other than hello.

    Bonsoir :smile:

    Is that like bonjour? 😂

    Bonjour but for the evening.

    I think.
    Bonjour is a French greeting used for the daytime as well as evening.

    So what is Bonsoir?

    It’s “good evening” :)

    Ah. :D And Bonjour can be used for any time of day, right?

    Yes. "Bonjour" means "good day" but a French "jour" can mean either the daytime or the entire 24 hour cycle, just like the English "day". This carries over to the expression, meaning that you can wish someone to have a good day no matter the time of day, and it also serves as a greeting. "Bonsoir" means "good evening" and is specifically for evenings or nights, although if someone is going to bed or leaving late, we could say "bonne nuit", which is specifically "goodnight". There is also "bon matin" which means "good morning", and "bon après-midi", which means "good afternoon". :)


    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:
    What food item or dish do you think is overrated?

    Bacon? HAha. Don't come at me. But I can't think of anything else that is overrated right now... Y'all have any ideas?

    Bacon is overrated, but I also can't really eat it so :sweat_smile:

    Waffles, Burger King, Culver's...I'm sure there's others, I just can't think of them right now :sweat_smile:
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  • cheesetruckcheesetruck Posts: 2,323 Member
    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:
    What food item or dish do you think is overrated?

    Bacon? HAha. Don't come at me. But I can't think of anything else that is overrated right now... Y'all have any ideas?

    Pizza. It can be good, but i'm not like OMG THIS IS AMAZING whenever I eat it.
  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 68,691 Member
    edited October 2020
    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:
    What food item or dish do you think is overrated?

    Bacon? HAha. Don't come at me. But I can't think of anything else that is overrated right now... Y'all have any ideas?


    Potatoes...

    That's the only thing I can think of. Please don't hurt me :cry:

    Even if they're in French fries form? :O

    @ Frenchy: Haha, okay! XD


    66 666!!!!!

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  • xSongxxSongx Posts: 1,080 Member
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    I don't have anything to say other than hello.

    Bonsoir :smile:

    Is that like bonjour? 😂

    Bonjour but for the evening.

    I think.
    Bonjour is a French greeting used for the daytime as well as evening.

    Yeah but bonsoir is only for the evening, right?
    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:
    What food item or dish do you think is overrated?

    Bacon? HAha. Don't come at me. But I can't think of anything else that is overrated right now... Y'all have any ideas?

    No I agree. I don’t really like bacon sometimes; it depends on how cooked it is and the ratio of meat to fat. But idk to me it’s just not as good as people make it out to be.
  • xSongxxSongx Posts: 1,080 Member
    edited October 2020
    DeKay wrote: »
    Lyoufln wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    I don't have anything to say other than hello.

    Bonsoir :smile:

    Is that like bonjour? 😂

    Bonjour but for the evening.

    I think.
    Bonjour is a French greeting used for the daytime as well as evening.

    So what is Bonsoir?

    It’s “good evening” :)

    Ah. :D And Bonjour can be used for any time of day, right?

    Yeah, I think so. Since it means "good day", I don't see why not. It's like "konichiwa" in Japanese, it doesn't mean hello (that would basically be "moshi moshi" which is what you say when you pick up the phone), it actually means "good afternoon", but because it's spoken alllll the time it just basically means "hello" now.

    I was going to potentially say something more, but uhh I might've mentioned it to Frenchy and he can clearly explain French better then I can (native speaker vs. just a beginner) :sweat_smile:
    DeKay wrote: »
    Lyoufln wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    I don't have anything to say other than hello.

    Bonsoir :smile:

    Is that like bonjour? 😂

    Bonjour but for the evening.

    I think.
    Bonjour is a French greeting used for the daytime as well as evening.

    So what is Bonsoir?

    It’s “good evening” :)

    Ah. :D And Bonjour can be used for any time of day, right?

    Yes. "Bonjour" means "good day" but a French "jour" can mean either the daytime or the entire 24 hour cycle, just like the English "day". This carries over to the expression, meaning that you can wish someone to have a good day no matter the time of day, and it also serves as a greeting. "Bonsoir" means "good evening" and is specifically for evenings or nights, although if someone is going to bed or leaving late, we could say "bonne nuit", which is specifically "goodnight". There is also "bon matin" which means "good morning", and "bon après-midi", which means "good afternoon". :)


    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:
    What food item or dish do you think is overrated?

    Bacon? HAha. Don't come at me. But I can't think of anything else that is overrated right now... Y'all have any ideas?

    Bacon is overrated, but I also can't really eat it so :sweat_smile:

    Waffles, Burger King, Culver's...I'm sure there's others, I just can't think of them right now :sweat_smile:

    Culver’s is sooo good tho! :s:'(

    Omg I did it again. Maybe I should go to the pit
  • Cavapoo_KingCavapoo_King Posts: 5,084 Member
    edited October 2020
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:
    What food item or dish do you think is overrated?

    Bacon? HAha. Don't come at me. But I can't think of anything else that is overrated right now... Y'all have any ideas?


    Potatoes...

    That's the only thing I can think of. Please don't hurt me :cry:

    Even if they're in French fries form? :O

    @ Frenchy: Haha, okay! XD


    66 666!!!!!

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    Wow
    I'm only 4929
  • LyouflnLyoufln Posts: 10,799 Member
    DeKay wrote: »
    Lyoufln wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    I don't have anything to say other than hello.

    Bonsoir :smile:

    Is that like bonjour? 😂

    Bonjour but for the evening.

    I think.
    Bonjour is a French greeting used for the daytime as well as evening.

    So what is Bonsoir?

    It’s “good evening” :)

    Ah. :D And Bonjour can be used for any time of day, right?

    Yeah, I think so. Since it means "good day", I don't see why not. It's like "konichiwa" in Japanese, it doesn't mean hello (that would basically be "moshi moshi" which is what you say when you pick up the phone), it actually means "good afternoon", but because it's spoken alllll the time it just basically means "hello" now.

    I was going to potentially say something more, but uhh I might've mentioned it to Frenchy and he can clearly explain French better then I can (native speaker vs. just a beginner) :sweat_smile:
    DeKay wrote: »
    Lyoufln wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    I don't have anything to say other than hello.

    Bonsoir :smile:

    Is that like bonjour? 😂

    Bonjour but for the evening.

    I think.
    Bonjour is a French greeting used for the daytime as well as evening.

    So what is Bonsoir?

    It’s “good evening” :)

    Ah. :D And Bonjour can be used for any time of day, right?

    Yes. "Bonjour" means "good day" but a French "jour" can mean either the daytime or the entire 24 hour cycle, just like the English "day". This carries over to the expression, meaning that you can wish someone to have a good day no matter the time of day, and it also serves as a greeting. "Bonsoir" means "good evening" and is specifically for evenings or nights, although if someone is going to bed or leaving late, we could say "bonne nuit", which is specifically "goodnight". There is also "bon matin" which means "good morning", and "bon après-midi", which means "good afternoon". :)


    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:
    What food item or dish do you think is overrated?

    Bacon? HAha. Don't come at me. But I can't think of anything else that is overrated right now... Y'all have any ideas?

    Bacon is overrated, but I also can't really eat it so :sweat_smile:

    Waffles, Burger King, Culver's...I'm sure there's others, I just can't think of them right now :sweat_smile:

    Yeah, French is my second language too. I think we learn more France-French in school, but most native Francophones in Canada are Québécois (and probably most French teachers in Canada too). Maybe the meaning of “salut” in Québec is primarily as a greeting? I don’t know.
  • Cavapoo_KingCavapoo_King Posts: 5,084 Member
    edited October 2020
    I went to the beach!
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    And found a painted rock
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    And saw Egg island or however you spell it
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    This reminded me of Sims 4 Nifty Knitting
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  • bellagorillabellagorilla Posts: 6,353 Member
    edited October 2020
    xSongx wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    Lyoufln wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    I don't have anything to say other than hello.

    Bonsoir :smile:

    Is that like bonjour? 😂

    Bonjour but for the evening.

    I think.
    Bonjour is a French greeting used for the daytime as well as evening.

    So what is Bonsoir?

    It’s “good evening” :)

    Ah. :D And Bonjour can be used for any time of day, right?

    Yeah, I think so. Since it means "good day", I don't see why not. It's like "konichiwa" in Japanese, it doesn't mean hello (that would basically be "moshi moshi" which is what you say when you pick up the phone), it actually means "good afternoon", but because it's spoken alllll the time it just basically means "hello" now.

    I was going to potentially say something more, but uhh I might've mentioned it to Frenchy and he can clearly explain French better then I can (native speaker vs. just a beginner) :sweat_smile:
    DeKay wrote: »
    Lyoufln wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    I don't have anything to say other than hello.

    Bonsoir :smile:

    Is that like bonjour? 😂

    Bonjour but for the evening.

    I think.
    Bonjour is a French greeting used for the daytime as well as evening.

    So what is Bonsoir?

    It’s “good evening” :)

    Ah. :D And Bonjour can be used for any time of day, right?

    Yes. "Bonjour" means "good day" but a French "jour" can mean either the daytime or the entire 24 hour cycle, just like the English "day". This carries over to the expression, meaning that you can wish someone to have a good day no matter the time of day, and it also serves as a greeting. "Bonsoir" means "good evening" and is specifically for evenings or nights, although if someone is going to bed or leaving late, we could say "bonne nuit", which is specifically "goodnight". There is also "bon matin" which means "good morning", and "bon après-midi", which means "good afternoon". :)


    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:
    What food item or dish do you think is overrated?

    Bacon? HAha. Don't come at me. But I can't think of anything else that is overrated right now... Y'all have any ideas?

    Bacon is overrated, but I also can't really eat it so :sweat_smile:

    Waffles, Burger King, Culver's...I'm sure there's others, I just can't think of them right now :sweat_smile:

    Culver’s is sooo good tho! :s:'(

    Omg I did it again. Maybe I should go to the pit

    Culver's in WI might be good, but it isn't anywhere else :confounded:
    Lyoufln wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    Lyoufln wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    I don't have anything to say other than hello.

    Bonsoir :smile:

    Is that like bonjour? 😂

    Bonjour but for the evening.

    I think.
    Bonjour is a French greeting used for the daytime as well as evening.

    So what is Bonsoir?

    It’s “good evening” :)

    Ah. :D And Bonjour can be used for any time of day, right?

    Yeah, I think so. Since it means "good day", I don't see why not. It's like "konichiwa" in Japanese, it doesn't mean hello (that would basically be "moshi moshi" which is what you say when you pick up the phone), it actually means "good afternoon", but because it's spoken alllll the time it just basically means "hello" now.

    I was going to potentially say something more, but uhh I might've mentioned it to Frenchy and he can clearly explain French better then I can (native speaker vs. just a beginner) :sweat_smile:
    DeKay wrote: »
    Lyoufln wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    I don't have anything to say other than hello.

    Bonsoir :smile:

    Is that like bonjour? 😂

    Bonjour but for the evening.

    I think.
    Bonjour is a French greeting used for the daytime as well as evening.

    So what is Bonsoir?

    It’s “good evening” :)

    Ah. :D And Bonjour can be used for any time of day, right?

    Yes. "Bonjour" means "good day" but a French "jour" can mean either the daytime or the entire 24 hour cycle, just like the English "day". This carries over to the expression, meaning that you can wish someone to have a good day no matter the time of day, and it also serves as a greeting. "Bonsoir" means "good evening" and is specifically for evenings or nights, although if someone is going to bed or leaving late, we could say "bonne nuit", which is specifically "goodnight". There is also "bon matin" which means "good morning", and "bon après-midi", which means "good afternoon". :)


    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:
    What food item or dish do you think is overrated?

    Bacon? HAha. Don't come at me. But I can't think of anything else that is overrated right now... Y'all have any ideas?

    Bacon is overrated, but I also can't really eat it so :sweat_smile:

    Waffles, Burger King, Culver's...I'm sure there's others, I just can't think of them right now :sweat_smile:

    Yeah, French is my second language too. I think we learn more France-French in school, but most native Francophones in Canada are Québécois (and probably most French teachers in Canada too). Maybe the meaning of “salut” in Québec is primarily as a greeting? I don’t know.

    Maybe? That sounds like a Frenchy question :joy:@LeFrenchyFry
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  • LeFrenchyFryLeFrenchyFry Posts: 298 Member
    Lyoufln wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    Lyoufln wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    I don't have anything to say other than hello.

    Bonsoir :smile:

    Is that like bonjour? 😂

    Bonjour but for the evening.

    I think.
    Bonjour is a French greeting used for the daytime as well as evening.

    So what is Bonsoir?

    It’s “good evening” :)

    Ah. :D And Bonjour can be used for any time of day, right?

    Yeah, I think so. Since it means "good day", I don't see why not. It's like "konichiwa" in Japanese, it doesn't mean hello (that would basically be "moshi moshi" which is what you say when you pick up the phone), it actually means "good afternoon", but because it's spoken alllll the time it just basically means "hello" now.

    I was going to potentially say something more, but uhh I might've mentioned it to Frenchy and he can clearly explain French better then I can (native speaker vs. just a beginner) :sweat_smile:
    DeKay wrote: »
    Lyoufln wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    I don't have anything to say other than hello.

    Bonsoir :smile:

    Is that like bonjour? 😂

    Bonjour but for the evening.

    I think.
    Bonjour is a French greeting used for the daytime as well as evening.

    So what is Bonsoir?

    It’s “good evening” :)

    Ah. :D And Bonjour can be used for any time of day, right?

    Yes. "Bonjour" means "good day" but a French "jour" can mean either the daytime or the entire 24 hour cycle, just like the English "day". This carries over to the expression, meaning that you can wish someone to have a good day no matter the time of day, and it also serves as a greeting. "Bonsoir" means "good evening" and is specifically for evenings or nights, although if someone is going to bed or leaving late, we could say "bonne nuit", which is specifically "goodnight". There is also "bon matin" which means "good morning", and "bon après-midi", which means "good afternoon". :)


    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:
    What food item or dish do you think is overrated?

    Bacon? HAha. Don't come at me. But I can't think of anything else that is overrated right now... Y'all have any ideas?

    Bacon is overrated, but I also can't really eat it so :sweat_smile:

    Waffles, Burger King, Culver's...I'm sure there's others, I just can't think of them right now :sweat_smile:

    Yeah, French is my second language too. I think we learn more France-French in school, but most native Francophones in Canada are Québécois (and probably most French teachers in Canada too). Maybe the meaning of “salut” in Québec is primarily as a greeting? I don’t know.

    You are correct. Most of my friends who are learning French are learning a better one than the one we actually use in North America. :sweat_smile: I always tried to keep a good French and speak as well as I can, but over the years it has gotten more difficult as most of my life and influences are gradually becoming more English.
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  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 68,691 Member
    Helloooo.
    My origin ID: DeKaythePUNK
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  • bellagorillabellagorilla Posts: 6,353 Member
    edited October 2020
    DeKay wrote: »
    Helloooo.

    こんばんは (konbanwa)❤️❤️❤️❤️ 👋

    My Japanese period turned into a swear word :joy:
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  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 68,691 Member
    DeKay wrote: »
    Helloooo.

    こんばんは (konbanwa)🎃🎃🎃🎃 👋

    My Japanese period turned into a swear word :joy:

    Selamat pagi. 😂
    My origin ID: DeKaythePUNK
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  • sunman502sunman502 Posts: 17,619 Member
    edited October 2020
    xSongx wrote: »
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    I don't have anything to say other than hello.

    Bonsoir :smile:

    Is that like bonjour? 😂

    Bonjour but for the evening.

    I think.
    Bonjour is a French greeting used for the daytime as well as evening.

    Yeah but bonsoir is only for the evening, right?
    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:
    What food item or dish do you think is overrated?

    Bacon? HAha. Don't come at me. But I can't think of anything else that is overrated right now... Y'all have any ideas?

    No I agree. I don’t really like bacon sometimes; it depends on how cooked it is and the ratio of meat to fat. But idk to me it’s just not as good as people make it out to be.
    No! I looked up the meaning of the word in French and it just means good. There's no evening in the word according to a French dictionary. I don't know where people are coming up with the idea that bonsoir is a form of greeting in French. It's not, it just means good in French.
  • bellagorillabellagorilla Posts: 6,353 Member
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    I don't have anything to say other than hello.

    Bonsoir :smile:

    Is that like bonjour? 😂

    Bonjour but for the evening.

    I think.
    Bonjour is a French greeting used for the daytime as well as evening.

    Yeah but bonsoir is only for the evening, right?
    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:
    What food item or dish do you think is overrated?

    Bacon? HAha. Don't come at me. But I can't think of anything else that is overrated right now... Y'all have any ideas?

    No I agree. I don’t really like bacon sometimes; it depends on how cooked it is and the ratio of meat to fat. But idk to me it’s just not as good as people make it out to be.
    No! I looked up the meaning of the word in French and it just means good. There's no evening in the word according to a French dictionary. I don't where people are coming up with the idea that bonsoir is a form of greeting in French. It's not, it just means good in French.

    You have me sooo confused...so I looked up "bonsoir" in a couple dictionaries and even checked Duolingo and here's what I found:

    https://www.dictionary.com/browse/bonsoir
    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/bonsoir
    https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/french-english/bonsoir
    https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/bonsoir
    https://www.thefreedictionary.com/bonsoir
    https://www.duolingo.com/dictionary/French/bonsoir/b1d4a2550e1dd59e60adc71bab69c8f0

    TL;DR: bonsoir means good evening :wink:
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  • LeFrenchyFryLeFrenchyFry Posts: 298 Member
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    I don't have anything to say other than hello.

    Bonsoir :smile:

    Is that like bonjour? 😂

    Bonjour but for the evening.

    I think.
    Bonjour is a French greeting used for the daytime as well as evening.

    Yeah but bonsoir is only for the evening, right?
    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:
    What food item or dish do you think is overrated?

    Bacon? HAha. Don't come at me. But I can't think of anything else that is overrated right now... Y'all have any ideas?

    No I agree. I don’t really like bacon sometimes; it depends on how cooked it is and the ratio of meat to fat. But idk to me it’s just not as good as people make it out to be.
    No! I looked up the meaning of the word in French and it just means good. There's no evening in the word according to a French dictionary. I don't where people are coming up with the idea that bonsoir is a form of greeting in French. It's not, it just means good in French.

    I am francophone and I can tell you that if I ever hear someone tell me that "mon gâteau est très bonsoir" I would raise an eyebrow or two. :joy:
    I am pretty sure that you cannot use it to replace the word "good". Maybe it's something less used in France, and in the traditional version of French, but it's definitely related to the evening. I found a definition in the Larousse so hopefully this helps. :smile:

    https://www.larousse.fr/dictionnaires/francais/bonsoir/10180
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  • sunman502sunman502 Posts: 17,619 Member
    DeKay wrote: »
    Helloooo.

    こんばんは (konbanwa)🎃🎃🎃🎃 👋

    My Japanese period turned into a swear word :joy:
    Some words might have one meaning in one language, could have another meaning in another language.

  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 68,691 Member
    Today's Q Q is:

    Tell me about your favorite drink to enjoy in the fall/autumn.


    🤷‍♀️ No autumn here. But I wonder if you guys have 'special' drinks for each season. :D
    My origin ID: DeKaythePUNK
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  • sunman502sunman502 Posts: 17,619 Member
    edited October 2020
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    I don't have anything to say other than hello.

    Bonsoir :smile:

    Is that like bonjour? 😂

    Bonjour but for the evening.

    I think.
    Bonjour is a French greeting used for the daytime as well as evening.

    Yeah but bonsoir is only for the evening, right?
    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:
    What food item or dish do you think is overrated?

    Bacon? HAha. Don't come at me. But I can't think of anything else that is overrated right now... Y'all have any ideas?

    No I agree. I don’t really like bacon sometimes; it depends on how cooked it is and the ratio of meat to fat. But idk to me it’s just not as good as people make it out to be.
    No! I looked up the meaning of the word in French and it just means good. There's no evening in the word according to a French dictionary. I don't where people are coming up with the idea that bonsoir is a form of greeting in French. It's not, it just means good in French.

    You have me sooo confused...so I looked up "bonsoir" in a couple dictionaries and even checked Duolingo and here's what I found:

    https://www.dictionary.com/browse/bonsoir
    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/bonsoir
    https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/french-english/bonsoir
    https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/bonsoir
    https://www.thefreedictionary.com/bonsoir
    https://www.duolingo.com/dictionary/French/bonsoir/b1d4a2550e1dd59e60adc71bab69c8f0

    TL;DR: bonsoir means good evening :wink:
    This is so strange, I just looked up the word again in the Merriam-Webster dictionary. And it does mean good evening in French.
    But when I looked it up the first time in a French to English dictionary. Bonsoir just meant good in French. I don't know, the internet can be so wacky sometimes.
  • bellagorillabellagorilla Posts: 6,353 Member
    sunman502 wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    Helloooo.

    こんばんは (konbanwa)🎃🎃🎃🎃 👋

    My Japanese period turned into a swear word :joy:
    Some words might have one meaning in one language, could have another meaning in another language.

    Yeah, I get that. But it was the period that was censored :joy:

    ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:

    Tell me about your favorite drink to enjoy in the fall/autumn.


    🤷‍♀️ No autumn here. But I wonder if you guys have 'special' drinks for each season. :D

    Apple cider :3 I enjoy all year round (sometimes), but it's best in the fall :3
    sunman502 wrote: »
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    sunman502 wrote: »
    xSongx wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    I don't have anything to say other than hello.

    Bonsoir :smile:

    Is that like bonjour? 😂

    Bonjour but for the evening.

    I think.
    Bonjour is a French greeting used for the daytime as well as evening.

    Yeah but bonsoir is only for the evening, right?
    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:
    What food item or dish do you think is overrated?

    Bacon? HAha. Don't come at me. But I can't think of anything else that is overrated right now... Y'all have any ideas?

    No I agree. I don’t really like bacon sometimes; it depends on how cooked it is and the ratio of meat to fat. But idk to me it’s just not as good as people make it out to be.
    No! I looked up the meaning of the word in French and it just means good. There's no evening in the word according to a French dictionary. I don't where people are coming up with the idea that bonsoir is a form of greeting in French. It's not, it just means good in French.

    You have me sooo confused...so I looked up "bonsoir" in a couple dictionaries and even checked Duolingo and here's what I found:

    https://www.dictionary.com/browse/bonsoir
    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/bonsoir
    https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/french-english/bonsoir
    https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/bonsoir
    https://www.thefreedictionary.com/bonsoir
    https://www.duolingo.com/dictionary/French/bonsoir/b1d4a2550e1dd59e60adc71bab69c8f0

    TL;DR: bonsoir means good evening :wink:
    This is so strange, I just looked up the word again in the Merriam-Webster dictionary. And it does mean good evening in French.
    But when I looked it up the first time in a French to English dictionary. Bonsoir just meant good in French. I don't know, the internet can be so wacky sometimes.

    Huh, most be a weird dictionary you were looking at then.
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    Two days until "Spooky Day" 🎃
    ...AND WASH YOUR DING-DANG HANDS!
  • sunman502sunman502 Posts: 17,619 Member
    edited October 2020
    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:

    Tell me about your favorite drink to enjoy in the fall/autumn.


    🤷‍♀️ No autumn here. But I wonder if you guys have 'special' drinks for each season. :D
    Not much to say about that except that they are not special drinks. I like to drink hot chocolate, hot coffee, holiday custard, eggnog in fall and winter.
    Conan Exiles is almost finish updating. This Conan Exiles update is said to have vanity mirror in it. Which means I can finally change my exile's appearance with out having to start a whole new game. But I can't play now because it's to late to play Conan Exiles. So I have to wait in-order try out this new vanity mirror thing. Sigh!
  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 68,691 Member
    sunman502 wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:

    Tell me about your favorite drink to enjoy in the fall/autumn.


    🤷‍♀️ No autumn here. But I wonder if you guys have 'special' drinks for each season. :D
    Not much to say about that except that they are not special drinks. I like to drink hot chocolate, hot coffee, holiday custard, eggnog in fall and winter.
    Conan Exiles is almost finish updating. This Conan Exiles update is said to have vanity mirror in it. Which means I can finally change my exile's appearance with out having to start a whole new game. But I can't play now because it's to late to play Conan Exiles. So I have to wait in-order try out this new vanity mirror thing. Sigh!

    I've been meaning to try eggnog. Maybe make some eggnog desserts during Christmas season. :P
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  • Ray_TraceRay_Trace Posts: 211 Member
    Eggnog is the beverage I look forward to every holiday season!! :)
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  • sunman502sunman502 Posts: 17,619 Member
    edited October 2020
    DeKay wrote: »
    sunman502 wrote: »
    DeKay wrote: »
    Today's Q Q is:

    Tell me about your favorite drink to enjoy in the fall/autumn.


    🤷‍♀️ No autumn here. But I wonder if you guys have 'special' drinks for each season. :D
    Not much to say about that except that they are not special drinks. I like to drink hot chocolate, hot coffee, holiday custard, eggnog in fall and winter.
    Conan Exiles is almost finish updating. This Conan Exiles update is said to have vanity mirror in it. Which means I can finally change my exile's appearance with out having to start a whole new game. But I can't play now because it's to late to play Conan Exiles. So I have to wait in-order try out this new vanity mirror thing. Sigh!

    I've been meaning to try eggnog. Maybe make some eggnog desserts during Christmas season. :P
    I forget how to make eggnog. But I do know that it calls for eggs of course, sugar and maybe something else. Which is the part that I can never remember.
    Conan Exiles just finished updating! Can't wait to try out that new vanity mirror!
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