I'm glad you made it safely away from that sandwich. Now you can lay by total lubricants?
They're not even engrish and they're amazingly funny.
It's pretty limited what I can see of their journal. None of those are public, but there were a few. I liked the mp3 grease.
I hadn't read that! Thanks!
"As Emirates' order of 60 long-range Boeing 777s starts arriving, West Coast and Midwest terminals might soon see the carrier's trademark Arabic calligraphy tail logo."
The tail logo is a flag! Whatever!
"Now, analysts say Emirates is gearing up to capture traffic from European carriers like Air France, British Airways and Lufthansa, as well as Asian operations like Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways and Cathay Pacific."
At the moment, we fly to the U.K. 91 times per week, and to Germany 49 times per week. I don't know how many times we fly from Dubai to Singapore every day (it's a few), but we also connect Singapore to Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Australia (Melbourne and Brisbane), and New Zealand (North and South Islands, via Australia). Are we "gearing up" to capture traffic from BA, LH, and SQ? I think we're already doing it!
So mattafee is not a word in the local tongue?
They really should have gotten a better drawing of a fireman's helmet. I don't think KFC wanted to send the message 'Our new sandwich is dangerous and shall, armored for combat, invade Dubai amidst a rain of fire.'.
Matafee is used here in the context of "someone/thing who puts out a fire"..it comes from the word "tafee" which means "put out fire", so matafee is "that which puts out fire".
Not as exciting as you hoped it would be eh? hehe.
Hahahaha, I will link to my journal, this is too funny :D