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trailer does mean traylor

Posted by John 2000 on March 13th, 2001 01:35 PM
In reply to Is a "trailer" the same thing as a "traylor" by Johnny Rotten on March 12th, 2001 02:54 PM [Go to top of thread]

its like the people in New York,>> "The byod is on de wing"
wrong. "The wings are on the byod" or even home = ome. house = ause
as you say, depends on where you live, like trailer in Dutch is Aanhanger
in French is remorque.... have a nice what ever.. John 2000.

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