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Old 12-06-2012, 02:49 PM   #790
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Default Re: 2012 MTF Popularity Contest News Thread

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Originally Posted by Lopez View Post
Yeah I always think it came from "orka inte" with the n representing inte
Ah. Yup I assume that's how most people who know Swedish think (at least the orka part). And that was kind of intentional... which is why "orka" is standing alone. But when Lilotes said Hurricane I suddenly remembered something that happened a time long ago, when I was hanging out at another forum and met those people IRL, they called me "Orkan" (pronounced like Swedish hurricane)... Nostalgic stuff.

Oh well. In other news, I'm at least keeping it fairly close against Deathless Mortal. Quite content with my own performance in this popcon, couldn't have asked for more.
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During this year’s United States Open, Soderling said, he was watching a match on television when his young daughter came into the room. For a moment, she watched her father watching the tennis, but then she interrupted.

“She wanted to watch Dora,” Soderling said. “So, I said, ‘O.K.’ We watched Dora.”
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