9 mei 2017

Phew!

This bench along the Hunebedweg, an unpaved road near Odoorn, repeats what it probably hears most when people go sit on it: "hè hè", meaning: "phew"!

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  1. In this country, "phew" usually means something smells bad, although it can also refer to something strenuous. Is the bench located in a stinky place?

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    1. Hi Lowell, oh no not at all. I doubt anyone would sit there if this was the case haha :)

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  2. ...thanks for the translation.

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  3. een heerlijk welkom als je daar loopt.

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  4. Oh now you made me smile too Marleen.. love that translation 😊 and I certainly have sat down on a bench with a 'phew' many times 😀

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  5. Well spotted, Marleen. He-he in our country is like a laugh (ha-ha) And phew is a sigh when you're tired or relieved and can sit down.

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  6. Very nice picture, promise litlle summer =D. And you have also new great picture in blogs banner!

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  7. I know I would take advantage of this bench. I found Lowell's comment funny.

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  8. "A bench in the street can be a good writer because all kind of material comes onto it like a heavy rain!" Mehmet Murat ildan

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  9. I guess they know this is where people need a rest! :-)

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  10. I like this bench and thank you for translation :)

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  11. I like someone's thinking to put that there. Awesome!!

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  12. Nice bench text. Probably he is right if there is a long uphill behind. I like it.

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