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20th Nov '17 7:53:39 AM AgProv
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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' tale ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12321109/1/Gap-Year-Adventures gap Year Adventures]]'', by Crreeator/AAPessimal a song from faraway Howondaland briefly grips the imagination of Ankh-Morpork and is performed in music halls. As it is not in Morporkian, people guess at the meaning of the words. The repetition of a phrase in the language spoken in [[UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica Howondaland]] must be important. Morporkians speculate on ''why'' this bloke called Marcus Fontayne is so important. Others say no, you've got it wrong, it's a woman. ''Margot'' Fontayne. The fact it's a placename with [[UsefulNotes/TheSecondBoerWar special significance]] - ''Magersfontein'' - is not realised by people who don't quite get the cultural reference, and in any case were on the losing side in a long-ago war. Characters called Boris Kriger (''boereskryger'' = farmer-fighter) and Stan Your Man (''staan jou maan'', "face your foe") and his mate Stan Fast (''staan vas!'' = Stand firm!) also come into the song. [[note]]A Discworld take, plasyed relatively straight, of bok van Blerk's Afrikaans-language nationalistic song ''Afrikanerhart'' ItMakesSenseInContext [[/note]]

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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' tale ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12321109/1/Gap-Year-Adventures gap Year Adventures]]'', by Crreeator/AAPessimal a song from faraway Howondaland briefly grips the imagination of Ankh-Morpork and is performed in music halls. As it is not in Morporkian, people guess at the meaning of the words. The repetition of a phrase in the language spoken in [[UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica Howondaland]] must be important. Morporkians speculate on ''why'' this bloke called Marcus Fontayne is so important. Others say no, you've got it wrong, it's a woman. ''Margot'' Fontayne. You know, the ballerina at the Opera House. The fact it's a placename with [[UsefulNotes/TheSecondBoerWar special significance]] - ''Magersfontein'' - is not realised by people who don't quite get the cultural reference, and in any case were on the losing side in a long-ago war. Characters called Boris Kriger (''boereskryger'' = farmer-fighter) and Stan Your Man (''staan jou maan'', "face your foe") and his mate Stan Fast (''staan vas!'' = Stand firm!) also come into the song. [[note]]A Discworld take, plasyed played relatively straight, of bok Bok van Blerk's Afrikaans-language nationalistic song ''Afrikanerhart'' ItMakesSenseInContext [[/note]]
20th Nov '17 7:51:47 AM AgProv
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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' tale ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12321109/1/Gap-Year-Adventures gap Year Adventures]]'', by Crreeator/AAPessimal a song from faraway Howondaland briefly grips the imagination of Ankh-Morpork and is performed in music halls. As it is not in Morporkian, people guess at the meaning of the words. The repetition of a phrase in the language spoken in [[UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica Howondaland]] must be important. Morporkians speculate on ''why'' this bloke called Marcus Fontayne is so important. Others say no, you've got it wrong, it's a woman. ''Margot'' Fontayne. The fact it's a placename with [[UsefulNotes/TheSecondBoerWar special significance]] - ''Magersfontein'' - is not realised by people who don't quite get the cultural reference, and in any case were on the losing side in a long-ago war. Characters called Boris Kriger (''boereskryger'' = farmer-fighter) and Stan Your Man (''staan jou maan'', "face your foe") and his mate Stan Fast (''staan vas!" = Stand firm!) also coem into the song. [[note]]A Discworld take, plasyed relatively straight, of bok van Blerk's Afrikaans-language nationalistic song ''Afrikanerhart'' ItMakesSenseInContext [[/note]]

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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' tale ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12321109/1/Gap-Year-Adventures gap Year Adventures]]'', by Crreeator/AAPessimal a song from faraway Howondaland briefly grips the imagination of Ankh-Morpork and is performed in music halls. As it is not in Morporkian, people guess at the meaning of the words. The repetition of a phrase in the language spoken in [[UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica Howondaland]] must be important. Morporkians speculate on ''why'' this bloke called Marcus Fontayne is so important. Others say no, you've got it wrong, it's a woman. ''Margot'' Fontayne. The fact it's a placename with [[UsefulNotes/TheSecondBoerWar special significance]] - ''Magersfontein'' - is not realised by people who don't quite get the cultural reference, and in any case were on the losing side in a long-ago war. Characters called Boris Kriger (''boereskryger'' = farmer-fighter) and Stan Your Man (''staan jou maan'', "face your foe") and his mate Stan Fast (''staan vas!" vas!'' = Stand firm!) also coem come into the song. [[note]]A Discworld take, plasyed relatively straight, of bok van Blerk's Afrikaans-language nationalistic song ''Afrikanerhart'' ItMakesSenseInContext [[/note]]
20th Nov '17 7:51:08 AM AgProv
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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' tale ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12321109/1/Gap-Year-Adventures gap Year Adventures]]'', by Crreeator/AAPessimal a song from faraway Howondaland briefly grips the imagination of Ankh-Morpork and is performed in music halls. As it is not in Morporkian, people guess at the meaning of the words. The repetition of a phrase in the language spoken in [[UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica Howondaland]] must be important. Morporkians speculate on ''why'' this bloke called Marcus Fontayne is so important. Others say no, you've got it wrong, it's a woman. ''Margot'' Fontayne. The fact it's a placename with [[UsefulNotes/TheSecondBoerWar special significance]] - ''Magersfontein'' - is not realised by people who don't quite get the cultural reference, and in any case were on the losing side in a long-ago war.

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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' tale ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12321109/1/Gap-Year-Adventures gap Year Adventures]]'', by Crreeator/AAPessimal a song from faraway Howondaland briefly grips the imagination of Ankh-Morpork and is performed in music halls. As it is not in Morporkian, people guess at the meaning of the words. The repetition of a phrase in the language spoken in [[UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica Howondaland]] must be important. Morporkians speculate on ''why'' this bloke called Marcus Fontayne is so important. Others say no, you've got it wrong, it's a woman. ''Margot'' Fontayne. The fact it's a placename with [[UsefulNotes/TheSecondBoerWar special significance]] - ''Magersfontein'' - is not realised by people who don't quite get the cultural reference, and in any case were on the losing side in a long-ago war. Characters called Boris Kriger (''boereskryger'' = farmer-fighter) and Stan Your Man (''staan jou maan'', "face your foe") and his mate Stan Fast (''staan vas!" = Stand firm!) also coem into the song. [[note]]A Discworld take, plasyed relatively straight, of bok van Blerk's Afrikaans-language nationalistic song ''Afrikanerhart'' ItMakesSenseInContext [[/note]]
20th Nov '17 7:43:13 AM AgProv
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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' tale ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12321109/1/Gap-Year-Adventures gap Year Adventures]]'', by Crreeator/AAPessimal a song from faraway Howondaland briefly grips the imagination of Ankh-Morpork and is performed in music halls. As it is not in Morporkian, people guess at the meaning of the words. The repetition of a placename in [[UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica Howondaland]] must be important. Morporkians speculate on ''why'' this bloke called Marcus Fontayne is so important. Others say no, you've got it wrong, it's a woman. ''Margot'' Fontayne. The fact it's a placename with [[UsefulNotes/TheSecondBoerWar special significance]] - ''Magersfontein'' - is not realised by people who don't quite get the cultural reference, and in any case were on the losing side in a long-ago war.

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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' tale ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12321109/1/Gap-Year-Adventures gap Year Adventures]]'', by Crreeator/AAPessimal a song from faraway Howondaland briefly grips the imagination of Ankh-Morpork and is performed in music halls. As it is not in Morporkian, people guess at the meaning of the words. The repetition of a placename phrase in the language spoken in [[UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica Howondaland]] must be important. Morporkians speculate on ''why'' this bloke called Marcus Fontayne is so important. Others say no, you've got it wrong, it's a woman. ''Margot'' Fontayne. The fact it's a placename with [[UsefulNotes/TheSecondBoerWar special significance]] - ''Magersfontein'' - is not realised by people who don't quite get the cultural reference, and in any case were on the losing side in a long-ago war.
20th Nov '17 7:42:25 AM AgProv
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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' tale ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12321109/1/Gap-Year-Adventures gap Year Adventures]]'', a song from faraway Howondaland briefly grips the imagination of Ankh-Morpork and is performed in music halls. As it is not in Morporkian, people guess at the meaning of the words. The repetition of a placename in [[UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica Howondaland]] must be important. morporkians speculate on ''why'' this bloke called Marcus Fontayne is so important. Others say no, you've got it wrong, it's a woman. ''Margot'' Fontayne. The fact it's a placename with [[UsefulNotes/TheSecondBoerWar special significance]] - ''Magersfontein'' - is not realised by people who don't quite get the cultural reference and in any case were on the lising side.

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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' tale ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12321109/1/Gap-Year-Adventures gap Year Adventures]]'', by Crreeator/AAPessimal a song from faraway Howondaland briefly grips the imagination of Ankh-Morpork and is performed in music halls. As it is not in Morporkian, people guess at the meaning of the words. The repetition of a placename in [[UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica Howondaland]] must be important. morporkians Morporkians speculate on ''why'' this bloke called Marcus Fontayne is so important. Others say no, you've got it wrong, it's a woman. ''Margot'' Fontayne. The fact it's a placename with [[UsefulNotes/TheSecondBoerWar special significance]] - ''Magersfontein'' - is not realised by people who don't quite get the cultural reference reference, and in any case were on the lising side.losing side in a long-ago war.
20th Nov '17 7:40:51 AM AgProv
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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' tale ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12321109/1/Gap-Year-Adventures gap Year Adventures]]'', a song from faraway Howondaland briefly grips the imagination of Ankh-Morpork and is performed in music halls. As it is not in Morporkian, people guess at the meaning of the words. The repetition of a placename in [[UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica Howondaland]] must be important. morporkians speculate on ''why'' this bloke called Marcus Fontayne is so important. Others say no, you've got it wrong, it's a woman. ''Margot'' Fontayne. The fact it's a placename with [[UsefulNotes/TheBoerWar special significance]] - ''Magersfontein'' - is not realised by people who don't quite get the cultural reference and in any case were on the lising side.

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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' tale ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12321109/1/Gap-Year-Adventures gap Year Adventures]]'', a song from faraway Howondaland briefly grips the imagination of Ankh-Morpork and is performed in music halls. As it is not in Morporkian, people guess at the meaning of the words. The repetition of a placename in [[UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica Howondaland]] must be important. morporkians speculate on ''why'' this bloke called Marcus Fontayne is so important. Others say no, you've got it wrong, it's a woman. ''Margot'' Fontayne. The fact it's a placename with [[UsefulNotes/TheBoerWar [[UsefulNotes/TheSecondBoerWar special significance]] - ''Magersfontein'' - is not realised by people who don't quite get the cultural reference and in any case were on the lising side.
20th Nov '17 7:39:41 AM AgProv
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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' tale ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12321109/1/Gap-Year-Adventures gap Year Adventures]]'', a song from faraway Howondaland briefly grips the imagination of Ankh-Morpork and is performed in music halls. As it is not in Morporkian, people guess at the meaning of the words. The repetition of a placename in [[UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica Howondaland]] must be important. morporkians speculate on ''why'' this bloke called Marcus Fontayne is so important. Others say no, you've got it wrong, it's a woman. ''Margot'' Fontayne. The fact it's a placename with [[UsefulNotes/theBoerWar special significance]] - ''Magersfontein'' - is not realised by people who don't quite get the cultural reference and in any case were on the lising side.

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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' tale ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12321109/1/Gap-Year-Adventures gap Year Adventures]]'', a song from faraway Howondaland briefly grips the imagination of Ankh-Morpork and is performed in music halls. As it is not in Morporkian, people guess at the meaning of the words. The repetition of a placename in [[UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica Howondaland]] must be important. morporkians speculate on ''why'' this bloke called Marcus Fontayne is so important. Others say no, you've got it wrong, it's a woman. ''Margot'' Fontayne. The fact it's a placename with [[UsefulNotes/theBoerWar [[UsefulNotes/TheBoerWar special significance]] - ''Magersfontein'' - is not realised by people who don't quite get the cultural reference and in any case were on the lising side.
20th Nov '17 7:39:14 AM AgProv
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* In the ''{{Discworld}}'' tale ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12321109/1/Gap-Year-Adventures gap Year Adventures]]'', a song from faraway Howondaland briefly grips the imagination of Ankh-Morpork and is performed in music halls. As it is not in Morporkian, people guess at the meaning of the words. The repetition of a placename in [[UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica Howondaland]] must be important. morporkians speculate on ''why'' this bloke called Marcus Fontayne is so important. Others say no, you've got it wrong, it's a woman. ''Margot'' Fontayne. The fact it's a placename with [[UsefulNotes/theBoerWar special significance]] - ''Magersfontein'' - is not realised by people who don't quite get the cultural reference and in any case were on the lising side.
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20th Nov '17 4:14:05 AM TwilightLord
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** "TAKE THAT MONEY, WATCH IT BURN, DININININA THE LESSONS ARE LEARNED"

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** "TAKE THAT MONEY, WATCH IT BURN, DININININA THE LESSONS ARE LEARNED"LEARNED"[[note]]Sink in the river the lessons I learnt[[/note]]
14th Nov '17 9:29:08 PM PaulA
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* From ''[[JeevesandWooster The Inimitable Jeeves]]'', by Creator/PGWodehouse:

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* From ''[[JeevesandWooster ''[[Literature/JeevesandWooster The Inimitable Jeeves]]'', by Creator/PGWodehouse:
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