Through the Looking-Glass

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Through the Looking-Glass

Mirrors, Lewis Carroll's world,... As you like.

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Pourquoi tout doit être en Anglais?

Démarrée par Mail Art Martha. Dernière réponse de Luíza Marcolino 26 janv.. 4 Réponses

Ce groupe est rafraichissant, je rejoins non seulement à cause de ça mais j'adore LC. En particulier Through the Looking Glass. Je l'ai lu en espagnol car je suis née en l'Argentine. Peut-être je…Continuer

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Commentaire de Mail Art Martha le 16 janvier 2018 à 20:45

Xhosa sounds nice, it looks like it could be as phonetic as Spanish. 

Commentaire de Heleen de Vaan le 16 janvier 2018 à 1:20

I don't know in Swahili, but in Xhosa mail artist is Umculi wiposi, 

and for ail artist we can say Yimuphi umculi.

I am happy to have helped you to solve the long-lasting question!

Commentaire de Mail Art Martha le 15 janvier 2018 à 19:37

Ail Artist, appeals to  me. Ail as in suffering of course as this person (who is an Artist but not a Mail Artist) suffers from being incomplete as an Artist, lacking Mail Artistness. As it is considered that everybody is an Artist the term Ail Artist can be extended to everybody who does not exercises Mail Artisting, whether this person is considered an artist or not.

Thanks Heleen, years of search have come to the end. 

As we are multilingual in this group, how about, for the French version Artiste Ostal, for the Spanish Artista Ostal, for the Italian Artista Ostale, for the German Ail-Künstler , for the Swahili ... please somebody stop me1

Commentaire de Heleen de Vaan le 14 janvier 2018 à 23:24

Wonderful ATC's by ToniPoet!

To be posted in the coming week on my animals blog, too.

Commentaire de Heleen de Vaan le 14 janvier 2018 à 23:21

Thank you, Mail Art Martha, for the wonderful adventure of Ali Khat and Vermina Rat in Alice's wonder world. I received it well last month, and I will be posting it the coming week on my real weird animals blog

Commentaire de Heleen de Vaan le 14 janvier 2018 à 23:19

In reply to Mail Art Martha, who writes "This remind me that I need a word to mean 'a person who is not a mail artist'. Something like the word 'muggler' for a non magician in Harry Potter. Can anybody help? I have been thinking about this for ages and cannot come up with anything. Perhaps we should ask Humpty Dumpty."

An Ail Artist ?

or an Ail Tist ?

Commentaire de Mail Art Martha le 20 décembre 2017 à 7:24

Commentaire de Mail Art Martha le 24 novembre 2017 à 18:24

I enjoyed exploring the mental floss site, about words and many more strange and amazing things. Wish I had more time to kill. And better memory: there was a word for killing time that I cannot remember. This remind me that I need a word to mean ' a person who is not a mail artist'. Something like the word 'muggler' for a non magician in Harry Potter. Can anybody help? I have been thinking about this for ages and cannot come up with anything. Perhaps we should ask Humpty Dumpty. 

Commentaire de Melissa Wand le 14 octobre 2016 à 0:20

I got the "Yoko Ono Behind the Curtain" card too. Thanks Katerina, very clever!

Commentaire de Heleen de Vaan le 12 octobre 2016 à 9:38
I received your Alice, too! (And wanted to scan and show it exactly the way you did here :-) )
Thank you so much, Katerina, it is wonderful, well done!
 

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