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Tuesday

Tea Cup Ride Illusion

A coffee counter, a tea cup, just the right angle, and voila these men are sharing Disney's Tea Cup ride while at lunch.

Excellent juxtaposition.

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"Would You Care to Join Me in a Cup of Coffee?"
Flickr Artist: SF buckaroo

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2 comments:

Tyluh said...

I have to say, it's very annoying that you say "walla" instead of the actual "voila" that we use today. If you don't know how to spell the word, don't try using it to seem more intelligent.

Optical said...

What do you know, you learn something new everyday. Since I have no french background the only time I heard the word was when magicians in the States said it.

Thanks for pointing this out, I updated my post.

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Main Entry: voi·là
Variant(s): or voi·la \vwä-ˈlä\
Function: interjection
Etymology: French, literally, see there
Date: 1739

—used to call attention, to express satisfaction or approval, or to suggest an appearance as if by magic

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By the way, it is sad that you think using the term voilà no matter how it is spelled could make anyone seem more intelligent. It certainly didn't work for you in your comment. You didn't come across as intelligent you came across as small, as petty.



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