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Life is a beach

Life is a beach. Write some clever in the comments.. if we ever think English is not a language just remember that read and lead rhyme and read and lead rhyme,

Write some clever **** in the comments.

if we ever think English is not a
**** language just remember that
read and lead rhyme and read and
lead rhyme, but read and lead
don' t rhyme, and neither do read
andrewd.
This post ****** me up.
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User avatar #6 - cuntism (07/19/2014) [+] (4 replies)
I think it's more amazing how people will read this and pronounce the right word off the cuff rather than having to think about it
#5 - vorarephilia (07/19/2014) [+] (2 replies)
User avatar #1 - theblobble (07/18/2014) [+] (3 replies)
Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo
User avatar #2 to #1 - playercz (07/18/2014) [-]
exactly
User avatar #20 - KevinPutt (07/19/2014) [+] (4 replies)
what is this buffalo buffalo buffalo thing?
is it wrong to summon jokexplain?
User avatar #21 to #20 - jokexplain (07/19/2014) [-]
apparently, in the english language,

Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo

is a perfectly logical sentence. it can be clarified thus:

"New York bison whom other New York bison bully, themselves bully New York bison".

where New York subtitutes Buffalo the city, bison stands in for buffalo the animal, and bully stands for the verb to buffalo, which means to bully.

more:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buffalo_buffalo_Buffalo_buffalo_buffalo_buffalo_Buffalo_buffalo


#43 - cannibalvegan ONLINE (07/19/2014) [+] (3 replies)
Swedish is kind of a "						****					 you language" sometimes.    
   
Example: An and a in English is in front of a word depending on if the word starts with an a or not, so "an apple" and "a pear". In Swedish it's en or ett, but they are completely random so "ett tåg" (A train.), "en nappflaska" (A baby bottle) so basically you just have to know them all because there is no hint. Another thing is that we don't have "the" in our language, we just put 						****					 at the end of them (Also pretty much at random." so "the table" is "bordET" and "the tables" is "bordEN", but "the hand" is "handEN" and "the hands" is "händerna". So 						*******					 stupid.    
   
Foreigners' FW learning Swedish.
Swedish is kind of a " **** you language" sometimes.

Example: An and a in English is in front of a word depending on if the word starts with an a or not, so "an apple" and "a pear". In Swedish it's en or ett, but they are completely random so "ett tåg" (A train.), "en nappflaska" (A baby bottle) so basically you just have to know them all because there is no hint. Another thing is that we don't have "the" in our language, we just put **** at the end of them (Also pretty much at random." so "the table" is "bordET" and "the tables" is "bordEN", but "the hand" is "handEN" and "the hands" is "händerna". So ******* stupid.

Foreigners' FW learning Swedish.
User avatar #12 - redstonealchemist (07/19/2014) [+] (3 replies)
Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo.
still not as bad as that chinese 'Shi' poem
User avatar #8 - ponchosdm (07/19/2014) [+] (5 replies)
dammit, I am not native english speaker, I could only make 2 rhyme and the other 2 forms of saying those words are unknown to me
User avatar #63 - thisistheguy (07/19/2014) [-]
At least we don't assign inanimate objects genders all languages are kinda ****** up to learn
User avatar #18 - tacticalhog (07/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Chinese Poetry 1- "Lion-Eating Poet in the Stone Den" Audio of the poem.
User avatar #61 - gibbousm (07/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Their our know rules

English Yay!
User avatar #38 - mrselfdestruct (07/19/2014) [+] (3 replies)
what annoys me more than english is ******* French
dafuq is up with those spellings?
rendezvous is not pronounced as ren-dez-vooz
but apparently it's rawn-day-voo
what the absolute ****
User avatar #47 to #38 - irishwolven ONLINE (07/19/2014) [-]
Don't forget the silent 'T' at the end of some words. Now that's annoying.
User avatar #37 - mrselfdestruct (07/19/2014) [+] (5 replies)
I before E except after C
but we spell it as wEIrd, not wIErd

the rules say the standard plural form is to add "es"
but fishes isn't the plural of fish.
the plural of fish is fish.

you can be overwhelmed, underwhelmed, but not simply whelmed

add "ed" to a verb to put it in past tense
but impacted is not correct.
the correct word is make an impact

you can be uncouth, but not couth

**** English.
I'm not from the states, but I speak English better than my country's national language
User avatar #42 to #37 - NoXV (07/19/2014) [-]
My apologies, deleted that comment because I just screwed it up big time.

couth
ko͞oTH/

adjective
1.
cultured, refined, and well mannered.
"it is more couth to hold your shrimp by the tail"
noun
1.
good manners; refinement.
"their hockey team had more talent but less couth"

I beg to differ.
User avatar #22 - potaetosak (07/19/2014) [-]
some clever ****
User avatar #3 - alos (07/18/2014) [+] (5 replies)
the gh in tough is pronounced ff
the o in women is pronounced like a short i
the ti in any word ending in tion, nation for example, is pronounced sh

therefore the word ghoti is pronounced fish.
User avatar #29 to #17 - plumpbooty (07/19/2014) [-]
No, actually it makes perfect sense etymologically. The spellings go all the way back to Middle English, because English diverged too much to have a common spelling afterwards. Tough was pronounced like the hypothetical German word toch. The ch sound disappeared if it came after a long vowel, but became f when it came after a short vowel. -tion comes through French from Latin -tio, -tionis. As Latin became Vulgar Latin, -tio came to be pronounced -tsio, influenced by the palatal i sound. Then, as French emerged from Vulgar Latin, it became -sion, and that became -shon in English. Afterwards the unstressed o became a schwa.
User avatar #70 - obiioneraffobi (07/19/2014) [-]
If you ever think spanish isn't a **** language they have no capital letters.
#68 - anonexplains (07/19/2014) [-]
It still makes more sense than assigning genders to inanimate objects.

*cough cough* spanish *cough*
#53 - huntersdman (07/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Ive always wanted to learn mandarin.
User avatar #50 - vgmddg (07/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Anto Chan - Gow  (Stand Up Comedy) Rhabarberbarbara
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