Sunday, May 22, 2005

Located about a quarter of the way through our walk was a small market. The town now crosses over the path of the wall. This store is called PAT. Basically they've ripped off GAP in every way, shape and form. Why choose PAT? No one knows. Posted by Hello


Blogger Mom said...

Maybe PAT is GAP in Korean??
What is wrong with the name PAT
I think is it a good name myself!!

Love you

3:00 PM  
Blogger Andrea said...

Ok Mom, looks like I'm going to introduce you as Pat from now on. No more Patti for you, see how you like that?!?!

6:52 AM  
Blogger Kiki said...

I agree that pat could very well signify gap in the korean language, and i have consulted with several of my linguistic collegues (whom i met through my work as a world reknown international economist, needing, of course, linguists to help with the International part- and they all concur, pat could very well mean gap.
Regards, C. Tegelberg

12:28 AM  
Blogger Mom said...

Kiki you are a dork!
But I like the sound of all that wordy stuff!

5:54 AM  

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