Kimberly does, but Cheryl doesn’t


This is a nice game to annoy your guests in a funny way. It took a while for me to understand it. Say loud, slowly and well articulating:

“Kimberly does, but Cheryl doesn’t. Mamma does, but daddy doesn’t. Your Mouth does, but your tongue doesn’t”.

You got the difference?

[spoiler name=”<-- Click here for the solution"]With the first words the lips are touching each other while you're not closing your mouth with the second. Most of times it takes a while before people start to understand the trick, especially when you're using a lot of living things like persons and animals because they're looking for charisterics of them instaed focussing on the words.[/spoiler]

P.S. Both ladies have climbed the Kilimanjaro for Comic Relief and thus raised (with 7 others celebrities) an amazing 3,4 million pound!

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I want to have you…

Lessson French number one: You have to know that “I want to see you” (Je veux te voir) in French sounds almost like “I want to have you”. (Je veux t’avoir).

I have a very nice and cute looking female teamleader and I needed a void because I made a mistake (even I do ;)), so I asked ‘Je veux te voir‘. With lesson 1 above and a terrible accent (even worse than the video below) in mind you’ll guess what everybody understood:’je veux t’avoir‘. This caused a big hilarity of course :) and the worst part was at that moment that a guest was standing by. But an image of my lovely teamleader would be priceless!

But the same guest asks me some moments later whether I have kids. “No, I’m still searching for a lovely princess.” The guest very adrem:”Apparently you found her”. Mmm… didn’t I work at a place where dreams become reality? :)


I can speak French, nevertheless I don’t mind letting the funky music sticking our bodies :p

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