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yo dawg: olene33rpm me, trying to spell something in french: uhhhhhh i think that's enough vowels the french language: youe fooule.... youe insouelente cowèurde nazerine love japanese bc it's so regular and logical. eg kore this, sore that, dore which koko here, soko there, doko where koitsu this person, soitsu that person, doitsu germany Source: categorical-abstract-ml futureevilscientist confession: in the Russian alphabet, the letter x is pronounced like a hard h so whenever I see a phrase like "Sorry for your loss xoxo", instead of hugs and kisses my brain always briefly interprets it as "Sorry for your loss HOHOHO" like some jolly Santa Schadenfreude laughter there assassinregrets im just the cherokee language has a verb tense that specifically notes the exclusion ofa person in the conversation so there's i'm going, you're going, we're going, and we're going (but not you) i love it madmaudlingoes This is called "clusivity" and it's found a bunch of languages, including Chechen, Vietnamese, Samoan, and Quechua spinningyarns Some languages just side-eye harder than others Source: assassinregrets lord-kitschener Polish: yo dawg we heard u like the letter z so we put some z's in ur z's so u can Grzegorz Brzęczyszczykiewicz relativelylessimportant Z is only worth one point in the Polish version of Scrabble. This sounds like a joke, but is actually true Source: lord-kitschener heatmor irish is such a shady language because hello is "dia duit" but directly translated it means "god be with you" and when someone says hello back they say "dia is muire duit" which means "god and mary be with you" its like "i see your god and i raise you the holy virgin whatcha gonna do bout it bitch Source: cradily Mark Magumpkin Follow Spanish: The h is silent English: Many letters can be silent French: All letters are meaningless, every living thing is born without reason paddysnuffles tumblr: on languages Tumblr on languages
yo dawg: olene33rpm
 me, trying to spell something in french: uhhhhhh i think that's enough vowels
 the french language: youe fooule.... youe insouelente cowèurde
 nazerine
 love japanese bc it's so regular and logical. eg
 kore this, sore that, dore which
 koko here, soko there, doko where
 koitsu this person, soitsu that person, doitsu germany
 Source: categorical-abstract-ml
 futureevilscientist
 confession: in the Russian alphabet, the letter x is pronounced like a hard h so
 whenever I see a phrase like "Sorry for your loss xoxo", instead of hugs and
 kisses my brain always briefly interprets it as "Sorry for your loss HOHOHO" like
 some jolly Santa Schadenfreude laughter there
 assassinregrets
 im just
 the cherokee language has a verb tense that specifically notes the exclusion ofa
 person in the conversation
 so there's i'm going, you're going, we're going, and we're going (but not you)
 i love it
 madmaudlingoes
 This is called "clusivity" and it's found a bunch of languages, including Chechen,
 Vietnamese, Samoan, and Quechua
 spinningyarns
 Some languages just side-eye harder than others
 Source: assassinregrets
 lord-kitschener
 Polish: yo dawg we heard u like the letter z so we put some z's in ur z's so u can
 Grzegorz Brzęczyszczykiewicz
 relativelylessimportant
 Z is only worth one point in the Polish version of Scrabble. This sounds like a
 joke, but is actually true
 Source: lord-kitschener
 heatmor
 irish is such a shady language because hello is "dia duit" but directly translated it
 means "god be with you" and when someone says hello back they say "dia is
 muire duit" which means "god and mary be with you" its like "i see your god
 and i raise you the holy virgin whatcha gonna do bout it bitch
 Source: cradily
 Mark Magumpkin
 Follow
 Spanish: The h is silent
 English: Many letters can be silent
 French: All letters are meaningless, every living
 thing is born without reason
 paddysnuffles
 tumblr: on languages
Tumblr on languages

Tumblr on languages

yo dawg: insomniac-arrest jolene33rpm me, trying to spell something in french: uhhhhhh i think that's enough vowels the french language: youe fooule.... youe insouelente coweurde nazerine I love japanese bc it's so regular and logical. eg, kore this, sore that, dore which koko here, soko there, doko where koitsu this person, soitsu that person, doitsu germany futureevilscientist confession: in the Russian alphabet, the letter x is pronounced like a hard h so whenever l see a phrase like "Sorry for your loss xoxo, instead of hugs and kisses my brain always briefly interprets it as "Sorry for your loss HOHOHO like some jolly Santa Schadenfreude laughter there Source: futureevilscientist assassinregrets im just the cherokee language has a verb tense that specifically notes the exclusion of a person in the so there's i'm going, you're going, we're going, and we're going (but not you) i love it conversation madmaudlingoes This is called "clusivity and it's found a bunch of languages, including Chechen, Vietnamese, Samoan, and Quechua. spinningyarns Some languages just side-eye harder than others. Source: assassinregrets lord-kitschener Polish: yo dawg we heard u like the letter z so we put some z's in ur z's so u can Grzegorz Brzęczyszczykiewicz relativelylessimportant Z is only worth one point in the Polish version of Scrabble. This sounds like a joke, but is actually true heatmor irish is such a shady language because hello is "dia duit but directly translated it means "god be with you" and when someone says hello back they say "dia is muire duit" which means "god and mary be with you . its like i see your god and i raise you the holy virgin whatcha gonna do bout it bitch Source: cradily Mark Magumpkin Д. Follow Spanish: The h is silent English: Many letters can be silent French: All letters are meaningless, every living thing is born without reason paddysnuffles tumblr: on languages Languages are fun
yo dawg: insomniac-arrest
 jolene33rpm
 me, trying to spell something in french: uhhhhhh i think that's enough vowels
 the french language: youe fooule.... youe insouelente coweurde
 nazerine
 I love japanese bc it's so regular and logical. eg,
 kore this, sore that, dore which
 koko here, soko there, doko where
 koitsu this person, soitsu that person, doitsu germany
 futureevilscientist
 confession: in the Russian alphabet, the letter x is pronounced like a hard h so
 whenever l see a phrase like "Sorry for your loss xoxo, instead of hugs and
 kisses my brain always briefly interprets it as "Sorry for your loss HOHOHO like
 some jolly Santa Schadenfreude laughter there
 Source: futureevilscientist
 assassinregrets
 im just
 the cherokee language has a verb tense that specifically notes the exclusion of a
 person in the
 so there's i'm going, you're going, we're going, and we're going (but not you)
 i love it
 conversation
 madmaudlingoes
 This is called "clusivity and it's found a bunch of languages, including Chechen,
 Vietnamese, Samoan, and Quechua.
 spinningyarns
 Some languages just side-eye harder than others.
 Source: assassinregrets
 lord-kitschener
 Polish: yo dawg we heard u like the letter z so we put some z's in ur z's so u can
 Grzegorz Brzęczyszczykiewicz
 relativelylessimportant
 Z is only worth one point in the Polish version of Scrabble. This sounds like a
 joke, but is actually true
 heatmor
 irish is such a shady language because hello is "dia duit but directly translated it
 means "god be with you" and when someone says hello back they say "dia is
 muire duit" which means "god and mary be with you . its like i see your god
 and i raise you the holy virgin whatcha gonna do bout it bitch
 Source: cradily
 Mark Magumpkin
 Д. Follow
 Spanish: The h is silent
 English: Many letters can be silent
 French: All letters are meaningless, every living
 thing is born without reason
 paddysnuffles
 tumblr: on languages
Languages are fun

Languages are fun