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Monday, October 11, 2010

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20 comments:

  1. nice blog,have a good day from Tenerife!!!!

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  2. Anonymous5:22 PM

    Bellissime idee! Bellissimi i risultati!!!
    Brava!!!
    Buona giornata da Venezia!

    Francesca

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  3. Anonymous8:18 PM

    where are the instructions for making this???

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  4. Anonymous3:23 AM

    please give the instuctions for this

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  5. Anonymous3:39 AM

    Actually, the latin sentence is tertium non datur, and what it means is that there is no third option, meaning "take it or leave it". If you really must quote from other languages, at least make sure you've got your facts straight. Otherwise, simply shut up. No need to increase people's ignorance by adding your own two cents to it.

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    1. Anonymous11:24 PM

      How utterly obnoxious you are. If you have nothing to say in a kind way, then please don't.

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    2. Anonymous7:41 PM

      ACTUALLY *Tertium non datur* Literally translates to third is not given. However, Latin is a fan of idioms nearly as much as the English language. Thus, the translation is often non-literal i.e. There's no third option/alternative or as some may say "take it or leave it". Gulnar noted he is referring to the Latin term's use in alchemy and as such, he is correct in it's meaning. If you must take it upon yourself to leave condescending remarks, at least make sure YOU'VE got YOU'RE facts straight. "shut up" is a term used mostly by those who should, themselves, do less talking. These are beautiful by the way, I wish such a rude remark had not distracted me from that briefly.

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    3. Anonymous9:13 PM

      TROLOLOLOL!!! All that matters are the pretty flowers and please share with us how to make them! Who cares if the quote is correct?! Its not as if people are going to read it and then use it their daily lives. Oh no! They might offend fellow latin speakers! So YOU, can take YOUR grammar-latin-nazi-ism, ELSEWHERE. now please please, pretty flowers: how to make?

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    4. Gülnur Hanım Tebrikler, muhteşem olmuş. ����

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  6. Anonymous7:38 PM

    Congratulations from the uk
    Suan xxx

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  7. Lovely as ever!!!!!

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  8. Anonymous1:06 PM

    Is there any Instructons available for these Gorgeous Flower's ? I absolutely love them !

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  9. Anonymous3:30 PM

    For me too...is it possible to have some instructions?

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  10. Anonymous10:35 PM

    TRES JOLIES FLEURS! MERCI!

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  11. Anonymous8:03 AM

    Directions please?

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  12. Anonymous9:02 PM

    Est-ce qu'il est possible d'avoir la marche à suivre? it's possible to have any instructions?

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  13. Anonymous8:56 PM

    I think these are for sale, it's her (GULNUR OZDAGLAR) artwork. My guess it's cut and slightly melted soda bottles...you know what happens when too much heat hits plastic-it shrivels! To an artistic eye it's flowers, to us it's melted plastic. We have to learn to think outside the box, or the soda bottle!

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    1. Anonymous6:24 AM

      I like you

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    2. Las botellas PET son los envases descartables de agua ,bebidas gaseosas,sodas ,aceites comestibles etc.Es la denominación del material utilizado.
      En cuanto a las flores fueron cortadas en forma de petalos moldeadas con calor (en hornalla de cocina )y el centro pintado con esmalte transparente ,quizás se pueda utilizar laca para las uñas.Luego se le ha insertado una varilla metálica calentando la punta de la misma.

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