rampstyle #09 - So, und jetzt wäre es natürlich wieder einmal verdammt spannend zu erfahren, was wir uns um Himmels willen bei diesem Titel gedacht haben. Erfahre alles über den Slot Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy und wo Du diesen online spielen kannst. Sichere Dir einen Bonus und spiele jetzt!. Es bedeutet das gleiche als "easy." Die andere Wörter sind da nur weil es schöner und lustiger klingt.
squeazy lemon easy peasy -Diese Markierung zeigt, dass eine Antwort innerhalb von 60 Minuten gepostet wurde. And what has that got to do with lemons? In den meisten Spielen müssen normalerweise mindestens 3 auftauchen. Am oberen Bildschirmrand können Sie gelbe und grüne Spritzer erkennen, die vom Auspressen der Zitronen stammen. Translation Pille-Palle Comment Stimme 1 zu. Die Gründe liegen auf der Hand. Ein Vorschlag ist schon Zicke-zacke-Babykacke, aber das ist mir ein bisschen zu fäkal sozusagen
While a harmless way to add some color and personality in an expression of ease and simplicity, easy peasy lemon squeezy can irk some people as cutesy and childish—the same attributes, however, can also be leveraged for snarky effect.
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The day has half arrived when that damned Boob Tube will be gushing with the same swill no matter where in the world you live.
It's a conduit, but one we'll have to find ways of keeping clean. Or easy peasy lemon squeazy? Thanks, still I can't understand when and why children say so.
Mick , Sep 11, I've been saying it currently, without knowing it was a childish way of saying. It's a walk in the park!
I've even heard "easy-breezy" from adults who would never say, "Easy-peasy. JamesM , Sep 11, That's a sweet peace of info, thanks to all! It doesn't mean "don't care", in my opinion.
It only means "easy" or "no problem". I agree with JamesM. Yes, 'don't care' could be expressed as: Hobbes , Nov 24, I grew up in Cheshire in the late sixties and seventies, and I remember the shortened version well.
I like Chesty's version, although I don't recall ever hearing it before. I should point out that I live in California now, so it's influence is spreading around the globe.
The Mexican housekeeper where I work is one of the people that has picked it up and started to use it. Jameh0 New Member Canada - English.
Jameh0 , Apr 15, I saw your post and would appreciate some clarification as to why you state this phrase is offensive.
Having lived six years in Japan and now married 14 years to a Japanese woman with two beautiful, mixed race children, I consider my sensitivity to racial slurs rather acute.
I recalled the Twain story and thought, Maybe if I find out where the damn thing started, it will stop bothering me. At times like this a man can only turn to The Great Oracle, that knower of all things probably not worth knowing, the Internet.
I requested aid from the friendly faces of Facebook. I consulted online dictionaries and Ask Yahoo. I took a long nap and ate a hamburger, not that that has much to do with it.
Much of the resulting information was distinctly unhelpful, although a few of the joke answers were amusing. Two people reported having heard the phrase in other movies: Someone on Facebook and someone on MySpace or maybe the same person are using it the phrase as their names.
This is how they wish the world to know them. This comprehensively researched entry was labeled: The consensus is you use it when you wish to indicate that some activity is…easy.
More like the s or s. And, I further posit, from Britain. I confirmed this on a UK website called advertisingarchive. The big selling point was that SQEZY was easy to apply because it came in a plastic squeeze bottle so all you had to do was turn it upside down and squeeze.
Wow, what a concept. Indeed, a poster named Miss Shoes had written on an online bulletin board: