Thu May 24 22:37:08 CEST 2007
> > >"Panagiotakis" is the diminutive of my name
> "Panagiotis". But, as it is
> > >quite lengthy -especially for kids who are often
> supposed to be using
> > >it-, it is quite common to use "Takis" as a
> shorthand for it.
> > >
> > it's the first time I see a diminutive longer than
> the original name :)
> Huh? In Italian it's Nico --> Nicolino (Nicoleto?)
> IIRC, in Spanish it's
> Diego --> Dieguito.
I thought about this too. Likewise for Piero -->
I met a woman from Italy once who called me this. I
told her no way. I insisted instead that she call me
"Pierissimo." After that, she begged me for sex. (This
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