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#13 - Picture 10/25/2014 on subtle differences 0
#2511 - **raseri rolls 938,566,700** 10/24/2014 on Free Steam 0
#82 - It has everything to do with it. 10/24/2014 on Me in the future 0
#33 - Good at Swedish law are you? The reason ThePirateBay weren't b… 09/11/2014 on Meanwhile in Sweden 0
#2131 - **raseri rolls 591,141,400** 07/18/2014 on Roll for Red 0
#45 - Picture 10/08/2013 on topkek +1
#3 - Please stop spelling it "Adolph".  [+] (5 new replies) 10/08/2013 on Adolf Taylor +6
#4 - losers (10/08/2013) [-]
Different places spell it a different way mehbeh? Like some people have a different way of spelling their name in another language mehbeh?
#5 - nuciferatu (10/08/2013) [-]
A name is a name, buddy. It's a unique personal denominator, spelling and everything. You can't just go around recombobulating it when you change the language. His name is Adolf Hitler in his birth records, so that's what he's going to be called. In German, English, Chinese and Swahili. Heck, just look at all the confusion caused by changing the names of saints and apostles between Aramaic, Canaanite, Hebrew, Latin and Greek.

Think of this: Your FJ name is "losers". I'll just call you "pierz─âtori" instead, since that's what it translates to in my language. Savvy?
User avatar #6 - losers (10/08/2013) [-]
That last line was what i was getting at. In different languages names, words, actions, are pronounced and spelled differently.
User avatar #7 - nuciferatu (10/08/2013) [-]
Well, not for me. I'll do my darndest to pronounce Jake Gyllenhaal's last name as "Yellen-hoola-hey" because that's how he says it, and I'll even try to do the afrikaans accent when saying Charlize Theron, because that's her name. Spelling, pronunciation and all. You don't hear English people calling Amadeus Mozart "God's love Mozart", do you?
User avatar #8 - losers (10/08/2013) [-]
No, you hear English speakers calling him Amadeus Mozart, because in English that's how English speakers were taught to say his name.
#24 - More stuff like this 10/04/2013 on hue hue hue 0
#56 - Picture 09/16/2013 on Jewphoric +3
#54 - He will never return 09/16/2013 on Jewphoric +2
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