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|Eigen||Well good luck with it. Can't wait to see it.|
|Joey||i dont know what sans means. does that mean there WILL be adult jokes?|
|jelleghys||Sans = without|
To Joey: I saw the word "sans" in english magasines and comics but maybe the word "without" is more common for some people.
|Joey||well were there adult jokes in naturette 2?|
Joel has found some adult jokes in Naturette 2. Just check out his Naturette 2 review at:
|Joey||oh ok. thanks. hey joel, could you review dq2 when its complete?|
If I finish DQ2 when it is completed, then I will probably review it. If I don't, then I probably won't because I don't think that would be fair to you.
Robin, good luck with Naturette 3.
(BTW, "sans" is rarely ever used in English -- the majority of people who do so are those who think it's tr
You know, I learned the word "Sans" from Gabriel Knight 1, when he learns the translation "Goat without horns"... ;D|
When I think of it, I owe a lot of language and general knowledge to Sierra games... ;D
|SGreenslade||Robin, you make this sound like a movie advertisement. My inner consumer now obligates me to check it out when it will come out.|
You mean that Naturette 3 is going to be popular?
That's why Naturette won in my poll.
You probably see "sans" more often than you realize. For example, "serifs" are those little extra"feet" on letters in Times New Roman-type fonts, but not on Arial-type fonts. Hence, if you do any work with text, you'll have seen the following terms: "serif" and "sans serif" fonts.|
|Joel||I think that I will stick with my description of "sans" as a rarely used word in English. Besides "sans serif", I don't know of any other phrases like that which immediately come to mind. And even "sans serif" is a bit esoteric. It's something that's pretty much only seen in discussion of fonts and text. Most people probably have no idea what it means.|
|jelleghys||I remember a book where somebody is called Sans Ears...|