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    HELP! It's a piece of cake for you, but a hamburger for me.

    Please have a look at my nickname:FromChina.That's my profile.
    Well, now, you know I'm not good at English.
    But, I need a phrase or a word to describe"the time when i founded this website" in English.And I hope the phrase is as short as possible, for it would be the caption of an article.
    Any reply would be appreciated.
    Thanx.
    Last edited by FromChina; 05-22-2005 at 05:09 AM.
    My homepage:http://upwind.onlinehn.com/site/
    I need your help on my English.

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    Discovered?

    Ross

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    She said "founded" so I think she means the time at which she created it. So, I would recommend,

    Site established, May 22, 2005

    or

    Site created, May 22, 2005
    Something witty here...

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    Bingo! I think yours was a good idea!Thank you. It helps.
    Thanks for you spended time on reply.
    My homepage:http://upwind.onlinehn.com/site/
    I need your help on my English.

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    Anytime
    Something witty here...

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    I chose the second one,Site Created.
    I read the phrase again and again,I really love it. A Perfect caption for my article.

    Thanx again. Oh, no, Thanx forever.
    My homepage:http://upwind.onlinehn.com/site/
    I need your help on my English.

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    "Its a piece of cake for you, but a hamburger for me" - I should make this my signature or something. You have to love it.

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    Hah Hah,
    Just a joke.
    My homepage:http://upwind.onlinehn.com/site/
    I need your help on my English.

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    Originally posted by sonnyrizo
    "Its a piece of cake for you, but a hamburger for me" - I should make this my signature or something. You have to love it.
    It's funny. I always wonder about how our sayings would translate. I was thinking to myself: "Gosh, depending on my mood I could go for a hamburger or a piece of cake. Both seem good."

    Right now I'm hungry and really am craving a hamburger.
    Rich
    WebsiteMaven - Web Hosting Reviews, Guides, and Advice to Build and Promote your Web Site

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    lol @ at that saying as well, ... it's out of my square.

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