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Language Lesson

Language Lesson


Denmark wanted America to say this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQkvqJJvR9U because Danes love to make foreigners say it.

All the other Nordic countries joke that Danish sounds like Swedes talking with a potato or porridge in their mouths, while Danes joke that Swedes sound like drunk Danes, and Norwegians sound like drunk Danes singing. :XD:


5th September 2010

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990 Comments:
 
2 days ago #9362467        

Hahahaha. One of the better once.
Yeah the other scandies makes fun of the danish language. Saying it sounds like Norwegian with a potato in the mouth. To us it actually sounds the other way around. But anyway, it's fun to joke about other languages accents. Something we can all laugh at. :)



1 month ago #9350407        

I just noticed even Norway's fish is laughing O-O



1 month ago #9350116        

Mexico XD



2 months ago #9342428        

Damn, the feel with those Cornflakes


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dodger_

15 M
2 months ago #9340537        

oh god the border....



2 months ago #9339335        

There should be a comic with a bunch of the countries all eating breakfast together.



3 months ago #9330327        

Haha, Mexico behind the cornflakes!



Mecharic

21 M
3 months ago #9328069        

BORK BORK BROK - Murika's impression of a Communist



3 months ago #9325146        

@dan
Québécois is a wonderful mix of Quebec specific french and weird English suppositions...like "on y go á la bar man?" When I first started learning French too, my friend told me to pronounce something like bière, you just have to pretend like you are vomiting a little. C'est majestueux!



4 months ago #9312521        

Höte ja!



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