Oh, she has the moves but we’re not sure we’d like to be dancing partners with those claws unsheathed!
I’ll dance with her!
Hehe, Spiders, I’m sure you’d have a lot of fun then!
Yeah, one should be careful while dancing near 🙂
break it down, Usy!
I love this short version of her name! Thank you! 🙂
Well, to me she seems to be rockin’ out, so she needs a not so elegant name for the dance!
That’s a perfect name! In Russian we also call her Usya (Usyah), but I thought it would look confusing when written in English so I never used it. I love your variant so much better!
Usya looks perfectly logical to me considering her full name! Besides, we’ll ask if we don’t understand! Because we’re nosy and curious and admiring!
There’s something really cute about your comment 🙂
Tango? Not a waltz, and for sure not break-dancing!
(Is that what “break it down” means?!)
LOL :)) When you two talk it always makes me smile 🙂
To me she looked like dancing Russian folk dances.
Spiders always makes me laugh–so SHE started it! >:-D
I just noticed the intense green of her eyes!
I probably have never seen a proper Russian dance! Go ahead, blame it on me, I’m used to it! Usyaka is now a word my iPad knows, by the way, I don’t even have to type more than the first three letters and it finishes it for me!
Haha 🙂 I’m not going to blame anything on you, as for Russian folk dances – you haven’t missed much really.
I laughed so loudly when I read about your iPad. What an honour!
(Nope, I’m the troublemaker. Apparently I’m starting to feel better and am practicing my troublemaking!)
It’s great news that you are feeling better, Lahgitana!
It has been a long road, my goodness!
I’m so happy it’s over. You were very brave and very strong!
Thank you, Alexandra. I’ve felt more bewildered than brave and strong, but I thank you for the kind words!
Lahgitana, look! I’ve never seen a comment looking this way, like a column. It’s hilarious. :))
You maxed it out, the comment-thingie!
I have a feeling no dictionary will help me with this “comment-thingie”… :))
Pretty good! Sometimes you just have to have the maximum setting for nesting comments!
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