In honor of Valentine's Day...

Top 10 Most Romantic Lines From New English Language Students:

(From www.InnocentEnglish.com)

10. I fell in love with her the first time I sawed her.

9 He had such a worm heart.

8 We were two sheeps passing in the night.

7. We have hated each other for so long. I want to borrow the hatchet.

6. My dentist makes me blush twice a day.

5. I don't know if he will propose, but I am expecting.

4. I have something exciting to tell you. My girlfriend and I got enraged

last night!

3. The groom was wearing a very nice croissant.

2. He lifted the veal off her face and gave her a big kiss.

1. I think she is really glad she got marinated.

Some others from the website and the book "Never Lick a Gift Horse in the Mouth: And 400 Other Innocent Mistakes From New English Language Students":

Recipes: Next, chop all the vegetarians into little pieces.

Health: It is dangerous to smoke while you are becoming pregnant.

Sports: It was so exciting to watch! The cheerleaders threw up high into the air.

Music: When he was through singing he had a standing ovulation.

Food: Do you like this food? I made it from scratching!

Weather: Rain makes old cars lust. So be careful about that. Once a car starts lusting, there's no way to stop it!

Travel: You can't sleep with me because it is too crowded. But you can probably sleep with my sister. That's what most of my friends do when they visit.

From www.InnocentEnglish.com
Very funnyEmotion: smile It reminds me of some mistakes my students make in their compositions. I usually write this kind of mistakes on the board and we have a laugh togetherEmotion: wink
Food: Do you like this food? I made it from scratching!
LOL. I wonder what was being scratched. (head, bum, leg...?)
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''Weather: Rain makes old cars lust. So be careful about that. Once a car starts lusting, there's no way to stop it!'' Hahaha

This reminds me of a small conversation famous in a country:

Two non-native friends practising their English:

A:'' How is your bean?'' (how have you been)

B:I am in the well ( I am well)

A: So nice I am in the well also

Savvy
GuestMusic: When he was through singing he had a standing ovulation.

I knew it...I can't be a singer. Look at what happened to that chap!
Oh my God, that website really cracked me up!!! I would also recommend it to anyone who wants to crack his ribsEmotion: big smile

Savvy
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
SavvysavzI would also recommend it to anyone who wants to crack his ribsEmotion: big smile

Savvy
It hurts less than being bumped into by a truck.
SavvysavzOh my God, that website really cracked me up!!! I would also recommend it to anyone who wants to crack his ribsEmotion: big smile

Savvy

I visited it... It's really crazy... Emotion: big smile