7.11.07


Always that striped shirt, here playing "Fia med knuff".

10 comments:

Jantien & Hester said...

The dutch name for that game is "mens erger je niet" it means something like "dont get mad". I played this game alot with my brothers when I was little but it alway's ends with a fight. Thats why the name of the game is so funny for me because we al got "mad".

sissi said...

… and in France you can say "le jeu des petits chevaux" (little horses game).
and… Oh… it would be great to see one (fine little) day a pic with a striped-Otto-shirt and a striped-knitted-dog-Sven together…

hannah said...

stripes are always good.

e said...

tjusigare spel får man nästan leta efter alltså ... så enkelt och dessutom med knuff.
hur ofta får man knuffas och det är OKEJ.

tips:
-igår hittade jag dock MUMINSPELET. ett tips till andra muminfans med barn runtomkring sej (=vilket eg. kvittar om man själv gillar mumin förresten).
:D

PS. vem vann?

fine little day said...

Jantien, in this family there are one really bad looser, he likes striped shirts...

Sissi, Sven-Otto, maybe :)

E, vi gav upp innan vi var färdiga, en av oss blev riktigt sur. Muminspelet alltså, låter snyggt.

Débora said...

Wonderful photo!
The name of that game in Portugal is LUDO- I love to play it when I was a child. Now I love colors and the sound of the word Ludo :) Great stripes shirt!

lookwhaticando said...

I heart this photo.xoxoxo

Lisen said...

fin tröja. klart han ska ha den alla gånger :) spelet är fint också, fia är underskattat. det är spänning på hög nivå!

cruststation said...

Great photo, the game brings back memories :)

Ekub said...

We had that game as a child with my sister! We got it from our granddad, but ended up losing half of the pieces and so it was quite difficult to play the game after that... :)