Saturday, April 18, 2009


I got the giggles when I saw this notice advertising various courses:

Look at the line beginning "Hostess", advertising a course for ground crew and at the spelling of what is meant to be "steward". Di terra means " ground" but a terra can also mean "exhausted".


Saretta said...

It may be an exhausting job!

I've been off-line for 2 weeks, so it's nice to check in and see what you have been up to!

jmb said...

Such dignified names in Italian. Operatore socio sanitario. What exactly do they do?

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

I never thought of that, Saretta! Nice to see you, too. Hi, jmb. It's a fairly recently created role, something like a key worker / care worker combined.

Whispering Walls said...

Very good!

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Thought you'd like it, WW.


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