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TOPIC: Hello from France

Re: Hello from France 1 year 2 months ago #12344

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Hi Ady,
Great to meet you here!
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Re: Hello from France 1 year 2 months ago #12357

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mark76 wrote:
tuffybraithwaite wrote:
kewl beans

Continually improving my English... :cheer: . I found the meaning in an online slang dictionary. But does have anyone an idea of the origins of this expression? And why are there so many Kewl Beans cafes?


This may explain it.

en.wiktionary.org/wiki/cool_beans
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Re: Hello from France 1 year 2 months ago #12360

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mark76 wrote:
And why are there so many Kewl Beans cafes?

I don't know, but I would guess it would be a reference to coffee beans somehow?
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Re: Hello from France 1 year 2 months ago #12363

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Thanks guys! It all suddenly makes sense.
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Re: Hello from France 1 year 2 months ago #12387

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kewl beans is just a slang expression i use often............can mean good, cool, ok, i like it, etc.

i ofter use slang like: solid hot goose - klondike.........same meaning as kewl beans.

if i really like something i use: fueling the lear............you should understand that ok.
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Re: Hello from France 1 year 2 months ago #12398

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Thanks, Max.

Solid hot goose? Fuelling the lear? Have you got links for me? While google pointed me in the right direction for kewl beans, it doesn't seem to know these expressions.
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Re: Hello from France 1 year 2 months ago #12400

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mark76 wrote:
Thanks, Max.

Solid hot goose? Fuelling the lear? Have you got links for me? While google pointed me in the right direction for kewl beans, it doesn't seem to know these expressions.

Mark I grew up here in the States and I don't know them? I think it is what makes Tuffy the fun guy he is?
Tuffy you just crack me up!! :woohoo: :silly:
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Re: Hello from France 1 year 2 months ago #12402

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I'm stateside for many, many years and have never heard of Tuffy's expressions. Likely regional and or military in origin.
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