Scandinavia and the World

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Language Lesson 17 3, 1:49am

@Xemunal It reminds me of the story of the elderly couple who once visited Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoc. He stood under the raiways sign, and she photographed him, she stood under the sign, and he photographed her, and they got a japanese tourist to photograph them both. By then they had practically done everything that could be done there. But they wondered how it was pronounced, with the welsh spelling and all. So they went out for some food, and asked the blonde waitress:"Excuse me, but how do you pronounce the name of this place? And please do it slowly, se we get all the difficult syllables" So the waitress nods, lean forward and enounciates clearly and slowly: BUR-GER-KING