We call this in Holland:
Een kwakkie op z’n neus ;o)
on December 22nd, 2006 at 6:42 pm
Is it z’n neus or haar neus? And I should learn how to phrase this as a question/invitation.
on December 23rd, 2006 at 12:23 am
question: Schrijf je ‘zijn’ of haar ‘neus’?
I remember that airplanes have a personal name, so if it is a girls name it is ‘haar’ and a boys name it is ‘zijn’.
But in Dutch it is neither both as noun substantive.
It is ‘het vliegtuig’ (instead ‘de’ or ‘een’).
I don’t know if this is the same in German language, Ah, i searched at Babylon and it is also ‘das’ in German, I remember it right 🙂
By the way, its beautifull weather in Holland, no rain no wind no freezing, 41 Fahrenheit (5 celcius).
So no smudging airplanes…