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Joseph Littleshoes
 
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GRATIS DICTUM
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I really did not think i needed to do this, given the amount of X
postings to my favourite little "cooking" group. But here goes.

Hello rec.food.cooking.

Ma nom est, Joseph Littleshoes, which is an English translation of
Joseph Paul Stifel,


---
Joseph Littleshoes

p.s. technically it should be "Littleboots" which i abjure for obvious
reasons.

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Joseph Littleshoes wrote:

> GRATIS DICTUM
> ------------------------
>
> I really did not think i needed to do this, given the amount of X
> postings to my favourite little "cooking" group. But here goes.
>
> Hello rec.food.cooking.
>
> Ma nom est, Joseph Littleshoes, which is an English translation of
> Joseph Paul Stifel,
>
>
> ---
> Joseph Littleshoes
>
> p.s. technically it should be "Littleboots" which i abjure for
> obvious
> reasons.


Just to pat myself on the back while i laugh up my sleeve try googling
"joseph+littlehoes+chocolate" of "joseph + [any food product]" and "meat
loaf" will pull up my "boiled meat loaf" recipe.
---
Joseph Littleshoes
may be consulted at
---
http://finblake.home.mindspring.com/tarotintro.htm


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Joseph Littleshoes wrote:
> GRATIS DICTUM
> ------------------------
>
> I really did not think i needed to do this, given the amount of X
> postings to my favourite little "cooking" group. But here goes.
>
> Hello rec.food.cooking.
>
> Ma nom est, Joseph Littleshoes, which is an English translation of
> Joseph Paul Stifel,
>



Dang, and here I've been thinking for months that you
were native American.

gloria p
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Puester wrote:
> Joseph Littleshoes wrote:
> > GRATIS DICTUM
> > ------------------------
> >
> > I really did not think i needed to do this, given the amount of X
> > postings to my favourite little "cooking" group. But here goes.
> >
> > Hello rec.food.cooking.
> >
> > Ma nom est, Joseph Littleshoes, which is an English translation of
> > Joseph Paul Stifel,
> >

>
>
> Dang, and here I've been thinking for months that you
> were native American.
>
> gloria p


I thought it was Little Joe's way of alluding to his dinky peepee.

Sheldon (11 EEE)

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Sheldon wrote:

> Puester wrote:
> > Joseph Littleshoes wrote:
> > > GRATIS DICTUM
> > > ------------------------
> > >
> > > I really did not think i needed to do this, given the amount of X
> > > postings to my favourite little "cooking" group. But here goes.
> > >
> > > Hello rec.food.cooking.
> > >
> > > Ma nom est, Joseph Littleshoes, which is an English translation of

>
> > > Joseph Paul Stifel,
> > >

> >
> >
> > Dang, and here I've been thinking for months that you
> > were native American.
> >
> > gloria p

>
> I thought it was Little Joe's way of alluding to his dinky peepee.
>
> Sheldon (11 EEE)


Paul means little and a "stifel" is a type of German boot or shoe, hence
Littleshoes. Anybody who has ever done the research will be able to
confirm that "shoe size" has no direct bearing on the relative merit or
size of any other anatomical appendage.

And, like most other forms of sexual or anatomical innuendo is usually
indicative of the same inadequacy in the accuser, 11 EEE
notwithstanding, such inadequacy being the only reason they would
mention it in the first place.

But hey, thanks for the acknowledgement. Im getting tired of news group
in general but had heard so much about this rec.food.cooking that i
thought i might give it a look, before i discontinue my involvement in
these type of groups.
---
Joseph (10 D and thus not so) Littleshoes



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Joseph Littleshoes wrote:
> Sheldon wrote:
>
>
>> Puester wrote:
>>
>>> Joseph Littleshoes wrote:
>>>
>>>> GRATIS DICTUM ------------------------
>>>>
>>>> I really did not think i needed to do this, given the amount
>>>> of X postings to my favourite little "cooking" group. But
>>>> here goes.
>>>>
>>>> Hello rec.food.cooking.
>>>>
>>>> Ma nom est, Joseph Littleshoes, which is an English
>>>> translation of

>>
>>>> Joseph Paul Stifel,
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Dang, and here I've been thinking for months that you were
>>> native American.
>>>
>>> gloria p


>
> Paul means little and a "stifel" is a type of German boot or shoe,
> hence Littleshoes.



It is STIEFEL, with a silent "e". You mislaid your "e", but that does
not matter. I never knew that Paul means little. What a pretty name
you have. I wonder whether others can make such interesting names out
of their names.

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Margaret Suran >, if that's their real
name, wrote:

>It is STIEFEL, with a silent "e". You mislaid your "e", but that does
>not matter. I never knew that Paul means little. What a pretty name
>you have. I wonder whether others can make such interesting names out
>of their names.


Mine's not so inspired.

Carol, "Singing Apron"
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Damsel in dis Dress wrote:
> Margaret Suran >, if that's their real
> name, wrote:
>
>
>>It is STIEFEL, with a silent "e". You mislaid your "e", but that does
>>not matter. I never knew that Paul means little. What a pretty name
>>you have. I wonder whether others can make such interesting names out
>>of their names.

>
>
> Mine's not so inspired.
>
> Carol, "Singing Apron"


Does Carol mean Singing Apron, or is it Carol the singing part and
does Peterson mean Apron?

I just looked up mine. My maiden name, that is, Margaret Gottfried,
which means Pearl God's Peace. That is pretty, isn't it?

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Margaret Suran >, if that's their real
name, wrote:

>Does Carol mean Singing Apron, or is it Carol the singing part and
>does ------- mean Apron?


Carol is Song of Joy. My maiden name, Zastera, means Apron or Pinafore in
Bohemian. Maybe Singing Pinafore is classier.

>I just looked up mine. My maiden name, that is, Margaret Gottfried,
>which means Pearl God's Peace. That is pretty, isn't it?


That's lovely, Margaret!

Carol
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Margaret Suran wrote:

> Joseph Littleshoes wrote:
> > Sheldon wrote:
> >
> >
> >> Puester wrote:
> >>
> >>> Joseph Littleshoes wrote:
> >>>
> >>>> GRATIS DICTUM ------------------------
> >>>>
> >>>> I really did not think i needed to do this, given the amount
> >>>> of X postings to my favourite little "cooking" group. But
> >>>> here goes.
> >>>>
> >>>> Hello rec.food.cooking.
> >>>>
> >>>> Ma nom est, Joseph Littleshoes, which is an English
> >>>> translation of
> >>
> >>>> Joseph Paul Stifel,
> >>>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> Dang, and here I've been thinking for months that you were
> >>> native American.
> >>>
> >>> gloria p.


> > Paul means little and a "stifel" is a type of German boot or shoe,
> > hence Littleshoes.

>
> It is STIEFEL, with a silent "e". You mislaid your "e", but that does
>
> not matter. I never knew that Paul means little. What a pretty name
> you have. I wonder whether others can make such interesting names out
>
> of their names.


It the closest i could come to finding a meaning for the family name,
though one similar spelling has 2 f's in the middle. Couple it with the
original meaning of "Joseph" (he shall give) and its just silly. "He
shall give little shoes".
---
Joseph Littleshoes



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Dog3 wrote:
> Where do you look this up? I would not know where to Google for it.
>
> Michael



You can search for first name meanings he

http://www.parenthoodweb.com/babynames.html

My full name means "pretty one who makes gloves".

-L.

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"Margaret Suran" > wrote in message
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[snip]
>I wonder whether others can make such interesting names out of their names.
>


Literal Transcription: War[like]hammer Manly Wolf

Really. Jeez that sounds unfriendly.

Best,

Marc (Warlike/French - Hammer/Latin) Andrew (Manly/Latin) Wolfe (Wolf
/middle English), also a 10D




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Dog3 wrote:
> Margaret Suran > wrote in
> :


>>I just looked up mine. My maiden name, that is, Margaret Gottfried,
>>which means Pearl God's Peace. That is pretty, isn't it?
>>
>>

>
>
> Where do you look this up? I would not know where to Google for it.
>
> Michael
>


I have a magical book in which such secrets are divulged. It is
called Encyclopedia. )

Michael means Who Is Like G-d.

You can also Google it. Look for Meaning Of Michael.

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...oogle+Sear ch

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"-L." >, if that's their real name, wrote:

>You can search for first name meanings he
>
>http://www.parenthoodweb.com/babynames.html


Damn! I read, years ago, that Carol meant, "song of joy." According to
this site, it means, "manly." My daughter's name means, "manly," too.

Carol, feeling a bit macho this morning
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"-L." > wrote in message
ups.com...
>
> Dog3 wrote:
>> Where do you look this up? I would not know where to Google for it.
>>
>> Michael

>
>
> You can search for first name meanings he
>
> http://www.parenthoodweb.com/babynames.html
>
> My full name means "pretty one who makes gloves".
>
> -L.
>============


My son's first & middle a Gift from God and God on high.

Cyndi




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One time on Usenet, "-L." > said:
>
> Dog3 wrote:
> > Where do you look this up? I would not know where to Google for it.
> >
> > Michael

>
>
> You can search for first name meanings he
>
> http://www.parenthoodweb.com/babynames.html
>
> My full name means "pretty one who makes gloves".


Oh great -- I have a man's name:

Jani - Male - Finnish - Finnish form of John

I'll stick to being "J.J."...

--
J.J. in WA ~ mom, vid gamer, novice cook ~
"You still haven't explained why the pool is
filled with elf blood." - Frylock, ATHF
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-L. wrote:

> Dog3 wrote:
> > Where do you look this up? I would not know where to Google for it.
> >
> > Michael

>
> You can search for first name meanings he
>
> http://www.parenthoodweb.com/babynames.html
>
> My full name means "pretty one who makes gloves".
>
> -L.


Most older unabridged dictionaries give lists of common European first
names & their meanings.
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JL

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"Joseph Littleshoes" > wrote in message
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> S> And, like most other forms of sexual or anatomical innuendo is usually
> indicative of the same inadequacy in the accuser, 11 EEE
> notwithstanding, such inadequacy being the only reason they would
> mention it in the first place.


.........lots of snips..........

This thread sort of reminded me of this joke I received today.

THE ITALIAN BRIDE
Maria had just got married and, being a traditional Italian, she was still
a virgin. On her wedding night, staying at her mother's house, she was
very nervous.
Her mother reassured her; "Don't worry, Maria, Tony's a good man. Go
upstairs and he'll take care of you. Meanwhile, I'll be making pasta."
So, up she went. When she got upstairs, Tony took off his shirt and
exposed his hairy chest.
Maria ran downstairs to her mother and says, "Mama, Mama, Tony's got a big
hairy chest."
"Don't worry, Maria," says the mother, "all good men have hairy chests. Go
upstairs. He'll take good care of you." So, up she went again.
When she got up in the bedroom, Tony took off his pants exposing his hairy
legs.
Again, Maria ran downstairs to her mother. "Mama, Mama, Tony took off his
pants and he's got hairy legs!"
"Don't worry! All good men have hairy legs. Tony's a good man. Go upstairs
and he'll take good care of you."
So, up she went again. When she got there, Tony took off his socks and on
his left foot he was missing three toes.
When Maria saw this, she ran downstairs. "Mama, Mama, Tony's got a foot
and a half!"
"Stay here and stir the pasta. This is a job for Mama!!!!"

Elaine



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Rick & Cyndi wrote:
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> My son's first & middle a Gift from God and God on high.
>
> Cyndi


IIRC there are a lot of names which mean "Gift from God".

My son's name means "God gives" "man", which is kinda interesting.

-L.

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Marc Wolfe wrote:

> "Margaret Suran" > wrote in message
> ...
>
> [snip]
> >I wonder whether others can make such interesting names out of their

> names.
> >

>
> Literal Transcription: War[like]hammer Manly Wolf
>
> Really. Jeez that sounds unfriendly.
>
> Best,
>
> Marc (Warlike/French - Hammer/Latin) Andrew (Manly/Latin) Wolfe (Wolf
>
> /middle English), also a 10D


Mark (i assume Marc is the same) means Mars the God not the planet
though at one time they were thought to be the same thing. Of course
Mars being the "God" of war and a wolf often used symbolically by
warriors the combination of Marc and Wolf seems symbolically
appropriate.

However much Mr. Wolfe's character may or may not be in alignment with
such sentiments.

The "greatly honoured grocer" "Mahatma Gandhi" could not have had a more
prosaic name while being one of the more dynamic and "militant"
personages of history. For all his pacifism (& prosaic name) he
inspired and led a militant struggle for freedom.
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Joseph Littleshoes

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