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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#15 - bocatadesesos
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User avatar #108 to #15 - hydraetis
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Fits well enough.
User avatar #68 to #15 - thempc
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yo am legend
#76 to #68 - anon id: c402f0df
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I am = Yo soy But in spanish you dont need to say "yo" when you says "soy"
User avatar #81 to #76 - thempc
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i think you can omit the subject pronoun in most romance languages, you can in italian i know for sure
#18 to #15 - saxong
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#53 to #18 - mrmamric
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Yeah?
User avatar #117 to #53 - zombifier
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Frankenstein is the doctor, not the moster
User avatar #136 to #117 - lordofbumcrack
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i think the monster in the movie ends up naming himself frankenstein
#20 - canadianbetamale
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Turkey...
Turkey...
#85 - swtorpro
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#91 to #85 - ekocat
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#2 - DrollHumor
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Anyone in Turkey named "Ben" must get really confused.
Anyone in Turkey named "Ben" must get really confused.
#111 to #2 - mondominiman
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**mondominiman rolled image** MFW my name is ben and I love turkey
#118 to #2 - jellyman
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My name is Ben.
User avatar #33 to #2 - irishpunker
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Look up the lyrics to "Ben" by Michael Jackson and think of how confusing that song must be to Turkish fans.
#109 to #2 - epist
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turk here!
(in a turkish dubbed american movie)
-who did this
-ben
(my father) - he is a brave man, he bear the blame for that idiot

not only this. for exp: Kim is mean in turkish ''who''
-what is your name
-Kim
(my father) - you, YOU. what the **** is this ****, she didnt answer and he didnt ask again or...

finally there is no turkish translate for word ''******** and you know most of american movie has that word.
so dub artist use for ****** old turkish word ''zenci'' and for black use ''siyah'' but both of word means ''black''


-What, you cant call me ''zenci(black)'' you ******* ****
-ok ok ''siyah(black)''
(my father) - black peoples are so ******* dumb
User avatar #12 to #2 - PrescriptionMcCoy
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Oh god, who brought Ben Ben?
User avatar #26 to #12 - epicalania
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what?
Ben Ben?
I Ben?
Ben I?
User avatar #29 to #26 - huehuehuepster
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ben is dutch for am, just to make it even weirder
User avatar #36 to #29 - epicalania
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am I
I am
I Ben
Ben I
Am Ben
Ben am
Ben Ben
which one, im still confused
#46 to #36 - anon id: adf176cf
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oh and ben also means "mole"
User avatar #74 to #46 - epicalania
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am i
i am
i ben
ben i
am ben
ben am
ben ben
i i
am am
ben mole
mole ben
i mole
mole i
am mole
mole am
i robot
#44 to #26 - anon id: adf176cf
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I ben is also a name in turkey
User avatar #73 to #44 - epicalania
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I got fool.
thats why ben is still written in my guesses
#58 - EdwardNigma
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User avatar #137 to #58 - sharklazers
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i dont get it any help?.
#138 to #137 - camzore
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AYE AYE CAPTAIN
User avatar #140 to #138 - sharklazers
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thank you
User avatar #102 to #58 - captainpickles
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I CAN'T HEAR YOU
#1 - commandershit
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I always knew greeks were egoists
#77 to #1 - Jowi
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That's literally where the word egotistical comes from, it means to think one's self of greater importance or something
User avatar #171 to #1 - senseofpurpose
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After all the word ego was copied from the greek but they are pronounced differently.
User avatar #30 to #1 - liquidvoodoo
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It's also ''Ego'' in Vulgar Latin.
User avatar #57 to #30 - givememoarpony
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and in non-vulgar latin
#55 to #1 - nibbero
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Comment Picture
User avatar #27 - solidderking
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Turkey
European

pic one
#69 to #27 - givememoarpony
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User avatar #168 to #69 - solidderking
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who is that ?
User avatar #169 to #168 - givememoarpony
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the founder of turkey
User avatar #173 to #169 - solidderking
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ah, okay, i heard of that guy, i just didn't knew how he looked
as far as i know religion and state is separated because of him, right ?
User avatar #32 to #27 - mutzaki
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"Turkey is a contiguous transcontinental country, located mostly on Anatolia in Western Asia, and on East Thrace in Southeastern Europe."
User avatar #34 to #32 - solidderking
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its culture isn't European and only a small part is on European ground, so it isnt considered European by the most people i talk to
but it is still more European than Argentine
#40 to #34 - anon id: 6877a9cb
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It is not a opinion, it has to do with plates.
#50 to #27 - nymikemet
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>pic one
#7 - improbable
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#10 to #7 - anon id: ad0bc279
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Det heiter Eg din vesle austlands knautt.
#11 to #7 - anon id: ad0bc279
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Du glømt "i" din førbannades skjit sækk.
User avatar #39 to #7 - zathras
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Vi sir "æ" i Bodø også...
#71 to #7 - fiskface
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"Jag" swedish masterrace
#148 to #7 - pysjbukse
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Holy Hammer of Thor this is wrong. We've got at least eight different ways of saying "I" (jeg, eg, ej, e, i, æ, je, æg). And yes, Norway is dialect hell.
#22 to #7 - xcoreyx
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Penis
#87 - furiousmarshmellow
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Yes, we know you're in Europe, Romania. Don't have to flaunt it about.
#170 to #87 - thereverand
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User avatar #3 - cgcfourtwenty
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Well being Irish, I have to say that while yes, the majority of people speak english, Irish is still the offical language, thing is there is'nt really a word for I, but several phrases and words depending on the situation, Mise is Me and Mé Fain is myself..Mé is me..but no real I...yeah
User avatar #17 to #3 - saxong
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Clarification question, I've always been under the impression that the language spoken that is called Irish is actually Gaelic, is there a difference? Is there some regional dialect or have I always been told the wrong thing?
User avatar #28 to #17 - liquidvoodoo
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Irishfag here,

We call it just ''Irish'' here, colloquially.

But it's officially called ''Irish Gaelic'' or just ''Gaelic'', as far as the world is concerned.

But Scottish Gaelic also exists which is a sister language of Irish Gaelic. Largely mutually intelligible.

And there's also Manx as well which is spoken on the Isle of Mann which is related but is quite difficult to understand for us.

Irish Gaelic in Irish is ''Gaeilge''.

Scottish Gaelic in Scottish Gaelic is ''Gàidhlig''.

Manx Gaelic in Manx Gaelic is ''y Ghaelg''.

You can kinda see the resemblance, in how they're spelled in their own languages
User avatar #9 to #3 - thefunnyside
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I'm sorry, I would just like to compliment your avatar choice