Discussion in 'Expat Section' started by Marmar, Jan 30, 2021.
No. That one does not have a round cover.
Whats have vegans got to do with this?
Finely got an answer. Our water comes from valancia. The landlord said they can switch it to Dumaguete an said it cost about 10,000p to switch it. She wants me to pay for it. Probably trying to RIP me off.
I could give you a reply (once I have made it up!) but it would be too long for some to cope with.
A short answer is that 'manhole' contains 'melon'.
I was going to ask you (in a friendly non-combative way (not wanting to do combat with a young, fit, military man!)) if the USA uses 'hoist with your own petard'
But I checked and you do, but use 'hoisted' - this led me to its derivation and links to the French for f*art ('péter'). Isn't it amazing when every day a new piece of knowledge lands.
Source??? Of course: https://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/hoist-by-your-own-petard.html
Be careful before you switch and consider everything. We are Dumaguete and our neighbour is Valencia. Their bill always seems much lower than ours, but that could be because we use more (western way of lifestyle). We have a cut-off at 2100hrs each night until around 0500 next morning. I don't think Valencia do that, but not sure. So, consider everything and check these things before switching.
I keep reading this as vegan for some reason.
I'm off topic again. Someone hit the button.
I could go in at great depth (as I once said to a lady) - but it seems many are confusing v*g*n* (anatomical and animal) with vegan (plant diet) and that is an enormous worry (as a lady once said to me).
(Btw, well done @Show Pony - petard hoisted again!).
The topic seems to be manhole so it is probably more related to a fish diet than a vegan one.
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