Habs lose 4-3... ugly

Discussion in 'Montreal Canadiens' started by Church, Feb 21, 2013.

  1. OldCraig71

    OldCraig71 Registered User

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    The shirtless Gally's say hello, what about us and our chicken wings and fish oil pills?:)
     
  2. Mrb1p

    Mrb1p PRICERSTOPDAPUCK

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    You still get the point. We switched AK for Gally and Darche for Chukie, good additions:laugh:
     
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    I don't get how you choose your favorites, or how they choose you..
     
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    Aspirine Lateral Move at Best

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    John Tavares is a dominant player.
     
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    French guys get a pass. And their language is more beautiful for sure.

    I really admire the french guys here who write in English. They make a few mistakes sure. So what. And in fact they make very few mistakes.

    Check this out for bad french writing:

    J'espere que tous les gars dans ce board sont aimes.

    There's like 10 mistakes in that sentence alone. It's pathetic.

    Give the French guys a break.

    As for the English guys who make mistakes, sorry, no excuse. That's what happens when you spend age 5-12 on an I pad, and not writing the King's English on paper.:)
     
  6. hockeyfan2k11

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    This. I'm originally from Montreal but when I moved to Toronto it was so difficult to write in English. I'd use French spelling for so many English words and my mother tongue was English, but in Montreal I wrote in French. It's very difficult IMO to switch between French and English so I give a lot of props to the posters who seem to do it with ease.

    Anywho...
     

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