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Re: Chris's restaurant

> That's ok David, you're an historian not a geographer.  I have to confess
> that I didn't understand the first one from Chris myself:
> "Magyar-self a sandwich!  ;)"  But at least I knew it was a pun - whether I
> got it or not!
> Whatsa-matta-you?  Eustonia-d?


> Is Magyar a new name for one of those countries?

Magyar is a name for the language spoken in Hungary, as well as a name for
some of the people living there.  

Chris (who apparently knows too much trivia)

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