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Re: English/British Stereotypes [Re: lngilbert] #392699 03/14/08 02:17 PM
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I read of a medieval doctor, who disagreed with an eastern doctor, who had made a patient better, so he got the patient and cut his skull open and wondered why he died. probably thought it was Gods will!


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Re: English/British Stereotypes [Re: Eng Culture Nicola Jane] #392700 03/14/08 02:18 PM
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those books sound really good Ingilbert.


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Re: English/British Stereotypes [Re: lngilbert] #392718 03/14/08 02:49 PM
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There is a flower called Cherry Pie? I bet it's awesome!
*wonders off to do some research*


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Re: English/British Stereotypes [Re: Heather - Chinese Culture] #392729 03/14/08 03:10 PM
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Its called Heliotrope, by its proper nmae. The nick name is cherry pie, because of its smell!


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Re: English/British Stereotypes [Re: Eng Culture Nicola Jane] #392731 03/14/08 03:13 PM
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Ahhh! I've heard of Heliotrope. smile I didn't know it was called Cherry Pie. Thank you for the fact, Nicola.


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Re: English/British Stereotypes [Re: Heather - Chinese Culture] #392735 03/14/08 03:17 PM
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It does smell lovely, but gets abit ragged looking after a while. My FAVORITE smell is Mignonette and Night stock, which only smells at night, hence its name. They are like being in heaven. I don't have enough sniff when they are in flower! LOL

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Have you smelled Honeysuckle, Nicola? Honeysuckle, Moonflowers, and Lavender are my favorite flower scents. smile


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honey suckle is beautiful. I had completly forgotten that! Thanks for reminding me! I love Lavender too, have you seen pink lavender? they do a white one called Alba too! French lavender is lovely too. I have never heard of moon flowers. what are they like?

I also love roses, clematis, peonies and Jasmine.


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Re: English/British Stereotypes [Re: Eng Culture Nicola Jane] #392765 03/14/08 03:46 PM
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My favorite is lilac. "I don't have enough sniff" - my sentiment exactly! It's one of those fragrances that make me sad to exhale!

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