language lesson…

gute fahrt means “good drive” in German. (not PROPERTY TRAVEL, like google’s translation says)

so, after riding with someone, when you get out of the car, be sure and tell them “GUTE FAHRT!”

*snerk*

Ok, off to work, dear journal.

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