|From:||Almaran Dungeonmaster <dungeonmaster@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, January 15, 2002, 9:20|
Roger Mills wrote:
> >> >> "Mag het een onsje meer zijn?"
> That would be my guess, though more in the sense "Can't you give
> me a little more...?", i.e. how about 11 cookies for the same price as 10.
Nope. That would be haggling. The phrase is used by the sales person, not by
the customer, to ask the customer if he minds buying a little more of a bulk
food than he asked for, so he doesn't have to spend time making exactly the
asked amount to the gram.