Mox is a young but well educated translator. Two PhDs, six languages...
and he hardly earns the minimum wage.
Well I suppose it has the advantage of sending Little Mox off to sleep quickly! :-) (No offence intended to any German colleagues of course!)
OMG! I used to do that! I used to read a little of my English-Spanish dictionary when I was in high-school! Good one! ^_^
I don't get it. lol. What's so funny? Except, of course, the illustration of little Moxymoo. ^^
Who's the red guy on the draws?
Warum?(Let's see how many catch this one... ;)
Oh, thanks anonymous! I didn't notice the red guy on the draws, but I know who he is. He appears on Mox's Book (page 28, for those of you who have a copy)!Hehe, I love those little details.
Dear Isabel, who is the mysterious little red guy. I'm saving up for the book. lol
...sorry, forgot the '?' after 'guy'. ^^;
Anonymous, if you need to save up for a 20 € book, I think you should raise your rates :)The mysterious little red guy doesn't really add anything to this cartoon, but if you want to know who he is, note he has an halo enveloping his head...
hahahahahahaha.....by any chance... is this book available in the USA?
Haha, I used to carry around a pocket English-Spanish-English dictionary when I was in high-school too. I would take it with me on weekend trips with my parents, holidays... I really enjoyed learning new words! Such memories!...
Dear Spammers, your comments will be deleted and marked as spam.Dear colleagues, I will not be able to reply to your questions. It was too much time consuming.
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