I checked your edits there, you are absolute a friendly, good willing user
. There is not any, any reason to block you on that project.
I'm sorry to have troubled you all with my ignorance.Proabivouac 18 aug 2009 23:20 (CEST)
??? How do you mean?? This is fun, keep it coming. Jcwf 18 aug 2009 23:55 (CEST)
I would also like to welcome you at the Dutch WikiWoordenboek. You have already made good contributions here! If you have any questions, feel free to ask them on my talk page or on the talk page of another user (like Grunnen, Wikibelgiaan, etc). We're happy to help you. Keep up the good work!
Kind regards, Tvdm 19 aug 2009 21:03 (CEST)
But they are always shitting on people, Prove. They don't look at your work, the only matter is if they like you or not.
And I know the word klapper
, but I don't think young people does in The Netherlands. Klappermelk
, cocos milk.
And that is because when I was young many people the formal KNIL, the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army came to Holland because they were kicked out of Maluku Islands and Indonesia. All of a sudden we had brown colored children in our class room who where always complaining it was so cold and who spoke a bit strange kind of Dutch, and they where using this kind of words. There have been a lot of trouble (Dutch train hijacking, 1977 for instance) with there integration in that time, but now they are just extraordinair Dutch people. But for instance parts of the Dutch kitchen are still Indonesian because of there influence and the colonial past. Nasi goreng and peanut sauce is now normal Dutch food. They intruded it. You can buy the ingredients or the products ready to eat in every supermarket in Holland, even in small villages.