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#92 - rakitas
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(02/17/2013) [-]
**rakitas rolled a random image posted in comment #255655 at Pokemon ** your face
#88 - drendan
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#86 - reddeadtroll
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#85 - weefee
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#84 - nyanpoptart
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I hate having to learn French in Canada. Why in the **** does Quebec have to have their own French? Is the regular French not good enough? Does it not please you? Like ****.
Should've taken Gaelic...
#194 to #84 - chucknorrisTHEGAME
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It's because they're arrogant ***** who think they're too good for France and too good for Canada. I wish instead of them having the vote, we could vote to kick them out. Bitches whining about having to pay tuition that's half what we pay.
#116 to #84 - subcelestial
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I've never heard a Quebecois complain about wanting the other provinces learn French with the Quebecois accent though.

Don't get me wrong though, I ******* hate those bastards. "Je ne suis pas Canadien, je suis Québécois!". That alone rustles my jimmies.
#100 to #84 - rapefromhell
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"Je suis Quebecois."
Goddamn fagget you're not Quebecois you're ******* Canadian you gay piece of ****.
Pisses me of so much.
#101 to #100 - nyanpoptart
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Oh, DON'T even get me started.
They think they're the greatest. I wish the government would just disown them already.
#91 to #84 - gorden
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(02/17/2013) [-]
>impolite canadian
> wut
#98 to #91 - taintedangel
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(02/17/2013) [-]
"Those smelly French-Canadians."
#93 to #91 - nyanpoptart
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i'm sorry.
#99 to #93 - trimageryan
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There you go, now you're playing by the Canadian rules.
#82 - boredomavenger
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(02/17/2013) [-]
as-tu un problème?

but seriously though, do you care so much about "le" that you can't contain your buttfrustration? It's not that big of a deal.
#90 to #82 - themastertroller
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tu es faches, frere?
#108 to #90 - boredomavenger
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non
non
#79 - tealkangaroo
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#77 - vatra
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#75 - anon
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Good lord this site is cancer, jimmies has been dead for like a year
#70 - deezknuts
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>a deep inside part of me rustles its jimmies
>rustles its jimmies

>idonotthinkthatmeanswhatyouthinkitmeans.jpg
#68 - chibiman
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(02/17/2013) [-]
I'm taking Japanese and every time they say : kawaii, desu, -chan, -san or any other weeaboo forum remark i cant help but feel like jumping out a window.

even though i'm probably the best in my class.....
#53 - oodeath
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(02/17/2013) [-]
its spanish too
#73 to #53 - churrundo
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no digas mentiras
#107 to #73 - oodeath
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im only in Spanish 1 D:
#60 to #53 - tranminh
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spanish is el im pretty sure
#180 to #60 - alltimetens
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Close enough.
#74 to #60 - chocolatepuppy
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(02/17/2013) [-]
tienes razon, es "el" ,"la", "los", y "las"
#76 to #74 - kalthorak
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Los objetos indirectos pueden ser reemplazados por le/les y le es usualmente usado en España cuando se reemplaza un objeto directo masculino.
#89 to #76 - MysticTomatoe
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es más facil decir "artículos" y no reemplazan al sustantivo; esos son pronombres
#80 to #76 - chocolatepuppy
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cierto, pero en mi pais no es tan comun esa forma, al menos no en la forma oral, en la forma escrita tiende a aparecer mas seguido
#181 to #80 - kalthorak
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Mi punto es que le existe en el español.
#66 to #60 - jasonthebomb
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dont forget la
#54 to #53 - mkaymkay
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Also Italian.
#57 to #54 - prettyflyforaderp ONLINE
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and ger-..oh wait no thats just big words.....
#43 - halorlz
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i would expect that that would happen when she says or writes "les" because i don't think most people read "le" as "luh" they read it as "lay" and "les" is pronounced "lay" not "luh" like "le". Unless you read "le" as it is pronounced actually.
#32 - themastertroller
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(02/16/2013) [-]
est-ce que tu peux me comprendre?
#69 to #32 - angelwishes
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Oui.
#30 - KingElliott
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#29 - xxreikoxx
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tags
#87 to #29 - sonicsyndicate
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have you not seen ******* jurassic park? rawr means im gonna eat yo ass
#22 - anon
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I take French as well. I, along with only two other classmates, make up the 3% of students in that class who have some sort of French accent and ability to carry on some sort of conversation. My teacher does not have an accent when he speaks, but at least he gets the pronunciations right. Hell, the only time the teacher and us three mispronounce words is when we're joking around.
What kills me is seeing people on the Internet using "le" and "le" alone. Seriously. You can't have "le car", it's "la car", because cars are feminine. ******* uncultured swines...
#25 to #22 - kanatana
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Cars are feminine? Makes sense to me. You get in and out of them, don't always use protection, and if you accidentally wreck it, you can just go get a new one, no problem.
#48 to #25 - xzynth
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the problem would be explaining that a 600 Horsepower mustang is a fenemium
#52 to #48 - kanatana
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Listen, if a Mustang tells you he wants to be a Filly, you don't argue. Just nod and smile, and respect his life choices.
#19 - whothefkisanon
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I'm so glad all my retard friends read it as "lee" instead of "lë".
But french still sucks.
#16 - theshadowed
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DEUTSCH *************
#31 to #16 - themastertroller
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i speak french, now wishing to learn german
#35 to #31 - theshadowed
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Learning both, and ******* Welsh, which is compulsory in this god-awful country of rain and sheep
#41 to #35 - themastertroller
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meine Sprachkenntnisse begrenzt
#37 to #35 - themastertroller
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haha whales. hmm all i know of german comes from my love of international soccer. like, i know the large "B" type accent is pronounced with an "sh" sound rather than a B.
#47 to #37 - theshadowed
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Verbs must always be in the 2nd position. If you have a time/location at the beginning of the sentence, you must invert the subject and the verb
#50 to #47 - themastertroller
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but meine is "mine" is it not?
#55 to #50 - theshadowed
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Yes
#56 to #55 - themastertroller
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and that is not a time or location, so why would the verb be second?
#61 to #56 - theshadowed
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I don't think it has to be time/location, that was just an example. Basically, it can be anything. The past tense is a bugger also. But, when you get the hang of it, its easier than French. Its very logical.
#62 to #61 - themastertroller
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seems legit

je te souhaite un bon semaine
#23 to #16 - ponyfcker
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Hallo, mein fräulein
#24 to #23 - theshadowed
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Fräulein mein Arsch. Ich bin einen Mann.
#64 to #24 - xxbutthurtxx
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(02/17/2013) [-]
*Fräuein am Arsch.
#26 to #24 - ponyfcker
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Nein. Du bist mein Schlampe.
#65 to #26 - xxbutthurtxx
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meine*
#67 to #65 - ponyfcker
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Sorry. I ****** up. German isn't my first language. I always **** that one up.
#121 to #67 - xxbutthurtxx
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Well dude my english isn't that good either.
It's just nice to play grammar-nazi ;D
I'm not able to do that in english =P
#123 to #121 - ponyfcker
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I am. Let me do it for you.
"Well dude my english isn't that good either.
It's just nice to play grammar-nazi ;D
I'm not able to do that in english =P"

Well dude, my English is not that great either. (B- here)
It's just nice to play Grammar Nazi. ;D (B here)
I'm not able to do that with English. =P (A here, you forgot to capitalize "English").

Good luck on your travels.
#128 to #123 - xxbutthurtxx
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Why do I have to use great instead of good in this case?
#132 to #128 - ponyfcker
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It just sounds nicer to me. At least you didn't say gooder.
#232 to #132 - anon
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Thanks man, I'm always trying to improve my English :)
Have a nice day!
#233 to #232 - xxbutthurtxx
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Dang...
Forgot to log in.
#27 to #26 - theshadowed
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Ja, Ich bin.
#18 to #16 - Crusader
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sprechen si Dick?
#20 to #18 - whothefkisanon
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*sie
#15 - oodlesandoodles ONLINE
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I'm also taking a French class, but what irks the hell out of me is how several of the students completely rape language. I understand that learning a language can be difficult, and I have somewhat of an edge because I took French in high school, but when the instructor is literally a foot away from them repeatedly saying "Bonjour" and they reply with "Bonn jur" I die a little inside. And matters worse, alot of them can't even point out the general vicinity of France, on a map.
I'm also taking a French class, but what irks the hell out of me is how several of the students completely rape language. I understand that learning a language can be difficult, and I have somewhat of an edge because I took French in high school, but when the instructor is literally a foot away from them repeatedly saying "Bonjour" and they reply with "Bonn jur" I die a little inside. And matters worse, alot of them can't even point out the general vicinity of France, on a map.
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#83 to #15 - thesovereigngrave
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I have honestly never understood how there can be people who don't even know the basics of geography like that. How can you not know where France is? It's in the middle of Europe, do they even know where Europe is?
#129 to #83 - oodlesandoodles ONLINE
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I **** you not, one girl thought that France was in Canada


mfw
#234 to #129 - thesovereigngrave
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How? Just how is that possible?
#236 to #234 - oodlesandoodles ONLINE
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The depths of human stupidity extend far beyond anything our minds can even hope to fathom
#237 to #236 - thesovereigngrave
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But... Canada? That goes beyond not knowing geography. That means they don't know the first thing about history either.

And God forbid someone ask them where one of the lesser known countries are, like Belgium or Serbia. I'd hate to hear their response.
#33 to #15 - themastertroller
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(02/16/2013) [-]
ils sont fous...
#21 to #15 - ishalltroll
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I have absolutely no idea how the other students at school have such ******* troubles with pronounciation of a different language even after the teacher tells them a thousand times how it's supposed to be pronounced.
I also get really pissed when people cry about how hard english is. It's the easiest language under the sun.
I'm german.
#28 to #21 - oodlesandoodles ONLINE
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Exactly. I used to think that English was the most difficult language (I'm American) just because there are a lot of exceptions and changes. But, after learning Japanese and French, I no longer agree with that
#34 to #28 - themastertroller
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whoa so multilingual

je peux parler francais, neerlandais et hindi

et vous?
#36 to #34 - oodlesandoodles ONLINE
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I am a beginner in french but I can say:

Je parle francais, anglaise, et japonais

#38 to #36 - themastertroller
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(02/16/2013) [-]
not anglaise, just anglais.
well done :)
#39 to #38 - oodlesandoodles ONLINE
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Danke schoen
#40 to #39 - themastertroller
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wut
#42 to #40 - oodlesandoodles ONLINE
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The German equivalent of "Thank You."

I don't speak German, I just know it because of reasons
#45 to #42 - themastertroller
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Nun, ich bin sicher, dass Sie wissen, dass es aus dem gleichen Grund i do ;)
#49 to #45 - oodlesandoodles ONLINE
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aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand I'm lost
#51 to #49 - themastertroller
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lawl

i said: you know that much for probably the same reason i do
#46 to #45 - themastertroller
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i do= ich weiß, sorry about that
#58 to #46 - ColorfulPenguin ONLINE
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Men for den gilde mannen skal det kun gå å smøre fett på laksen
#59 to #58 - themastertroller
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i can't understand what you just said
#140 to #59 - murdocisgod
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Translation: This is my gilde mannen. It's gildes mannen. S'mores.
Translation: This is my gilde mannen. It's gildes mannen. S'mores.