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Swapping A Blog – Vote For Awards – Problems With Captcha – And The Welsh Accent

Swapping ThinkPink

ThinkPink!!! seems to have gone over to a Tumblr address ( http://thinkp1nk.tumblr.com ). I am not a great fan of Tumblr blogs and I doubt if you will see many appearing on the rolls at this blog. But ThinkPink has some very interesting images and did start as a real blog and so the link will be changed to this new address.

Bloggers new Captcha

The blogger “I am not a robot” word verification has gone over to that annoying, wavy, double word system. This is unpleasant to use and I have to admit that when a little tired, it does put me off commenting, as does not being able to comment under “Name/ URL”. So I apologize now for the reduced number of comments that I will be leaving on blogs with this. Sorry but I’m only human. Image courtesy of Bright Bottom from this post Commenting is Making me Crazy.

Go and have a vote


Words on the Bottom  has an interesting set of posts under the title WAAs but has been a little lacking of voters, especially female voters. So if you want to take part in a little democratic voting fun and have a few minutes to spare please consider having a go. The latest poll is in this post The WAAs – II.

Happy belated St. David’s day

March 1st was St. David’s day, the national day of Wales and I hope that all the Welsh spankos had a fun day. The Welsh have their own language (I once spent a very painful but effective afternoon learning to count to ten in Welsh 🙂  ) but they also have one of the most difficult accents to copy, when speaking English. Here is how to do a Welsh accent.

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8 responses »

  1. Thanks for the mention!

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  2. I agree the new Captcha is very difficult. I have removed it from my blog, and let the spammers fall where they may.

    I bought a “Learn Welsh” book when Prince Charles was learning it in preparation for his installation as Prince of Wales.

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  3. I’ve removed it from my blog as well.

    My grandparents were Welsh and I used to be able to speak a little but forgotten all of it except I can count up to ten in Welsh. Useless information I know.

    Love,
    Ronnie
    xx

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  4. I can pronounce “LL”, having been born in North Wales! Thanks for the mention – getting more votes now, but I have learned to wait a month before declaring a winner 🙂

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