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brightspark

When we arrived in america the first time in 2005 the first thing i wanted to do was to get a simcard for my cell phone - for 2 days no one knew what i was speaking about and then our taxi driver said to me its called a Mobile and the problem was solved really quickly - was rather weird!!!! thx we had a great weeelkend - hope you did too xxxx

ElvisBanana

Hi, brightspark. Thanks for the tutorial on South African terminology. Here in the U.S., we're familiar with the use of "petrol" from the Brits. We also use "cell phone", but "robots" in that context is totally new to me. Thanks for teaching me something new! Enjoy what's left of the weekend, yourself...

brightspark

hi just completed this one and it was such fun to do xxxx

brightspark

hi petenbob and thatch , glad you enjoyed xxxxxxxxx
thx for the info mef xxx
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mefmouse

Bright, the one @ one oclock

Cool puzzle!

petenbob

what a fun clock. and 2 michigan plates . :)

brightspark

hi mef nice to see you again xxx which one is ohio ??????? and brilliant timing - you are always so fast - maybe i should call you speedy gonzales !!!!!!!!!!!! have a lovely weekend too xx

brightspark

hi elvis always lovely to see you again, i love doing puzzles with words and numbers xxx we call gas - petrol here in south africa xxxx and your stoplights we call robots xxxx and a mobile phone we call a cell phone xxxx have a great weekend xx

mefmouse

Nice one lady - You even got Ohio in the mix!!

ElvisBanana

Hi, brightspark, nice to see you again! What a fun puzzle. I was going to guess where the publisher lives based on the states found in the puzzle -- until I saw that it's you. Ha!

It's so fun to learn little nuances of culture. What you call a "number plate", we call a "license plate". I find that kind of detail interesting.

Keep up the great puzzles, and I'm sure our paths will cross again.

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