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Aha, it was the old title switcheroo trick. That explains it!
Would you play this match with me, Andy? Although you are much higher rated then me.
Sorry, but no. I know I only have 4 games going, but even that's too many for me right now.
Watch this to cheer up!
Boring as hell.
All I want to know is what is the German phrase that translates as "pulling up his trousers."
Hajo Schumacha'! :D
It means: Get a grip on yourself!
That works better with trousers down ...
Getting a grip on yourself:
Anyway, its kind of an old-fashioned phrase, I have heard it only being used by old people.
I use it in its modern truncated form: "Get a grip."
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