Street Talk 01.26.12 (asked @ the MPC gym .)
What’s your favorite foreign phrase?
Thursday, May 10, 2012
Follow-up: Make up a word to describe how you are feeling today.
MO MANN | Professional College Athlete | Seaside
A: Mahalo, it means hello and goodbye. I love Hawaiian stuff, and I like the way it sounds when I say it.
Reved Up: Turnt: fired up, exuberant, excited.
MEGAN SCHMIDT | Hostess | Monterey
A: Namaste: the spirit in me respects the spirit in you, and the divinity in me bows to the divinity in you. I like that one word can be open to so much interpretation.
Downer Diction: Shloozy: boring, uneventful, and tiresome.
JASON WALTERS | Tutor | Monterey
A: Tetsudatte kurete arigatou. It’s the Japanese way of saying thank you for giving me help. I like how it sounds, and I like the way it acknowledges both the helping out and the giving.
Clear and Present: Zenetic: everything in balance with no particular focus.