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Old 16.02.2015, 15:09
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Re: Would you like to have Swiss German as an official language in place of High Germ

Maybe with Swiss German as an official language, there would no longer be any misspellings, and all bad grammar would be somewhat acceptable?
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Old 16.02.2015, 15:27
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Re: Would you like to have Swiss German as an official language in place of High Germ

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Wow. Would you like to have Zulu instead of Africans?

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And this insightful question/statement is a reason to dig out a thread that's been inactive for over 6 years?
I suspect that it was a thread resurrection by a spammer and the post was in response to the spam comment given that it doesn't seem to be in response to any of the other posts on that page.
The spam post has been deleted which makes her post seem like nonsense now.
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Old 16.02.2015, 15:33
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I suspect that it was a thread resurrection by a spammer
Nope. Just a question on that appears to have been on Iz's mind for a while.
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Old 16.02.2015, 15:40
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Nope. Just a question on that appears to have been on Iz's mind for a while.
In that case it's just plain weird and more than a little bit random to say the least.
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Old 16.02.2015, 15:46
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In that case it's just plain weird and more than a little bit random to say the least.
Maybe aiming to be like DB resurrecting a thread for giggles? Except he dug up one from 2005.
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