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Alex Bark wrote:Russian is my native language, Gary. I khow it better then online translator
Well, then, how do you say "Well it is healthy, guys! How affairs, how kiddies?"

Just kidding. :D
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Last edited by Alexander on August 23, 2006 • 7:30 pm, edited 1 time in total.
I was kidding, too. :lol:

Привет от русских! :D
Truly yours,
Alexander.
(С уважением,
Александр).
pivet?
Thus spake Zarathustra
Привет от русских! :D
Truly yours,
Alexander.
(С уважением,
Александр).
I personally think we should cut it with the excessive use of foreign languages... whislt it is fun for the first few times, it does get a bit much.

No disrespect, but we get the point already.

-Cub. =o)
You're just sore because you can't read Russian as easily as the rest of us can. :roll:



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Bra saker :D

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Pirates, vampires, zombies, ninjas, ghouls, aliens, goblins, monsters, robots, sorcerers, undead, werewolves, demons, mutated dinosaur-cyborgs and those pesky phone salesmen! The shotgun is a one-size-fits-all solution!
You my friend are what we kindly refer to as a 'Drop Kick' (or a 'bogan', or 'boof-head')... in which case, don't take it personally when I tell you to blow it out your arse!

:P :lol:

-Cub. =o)
Fred: Bra saker = Gode ting (in Danish), right? :D

And now - Cub - I'll drop using a foreign language - unless people ask me to use it of course ;)
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Wait a second. Foreign language? What's that? You mean people speak something other than Basic?

I thought you guys were typing baby language.
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Well, if you like to have some fun with language, try "The Dialectizer" at http://rinkworks.com/dialect/. You can "translate" text or web pages into several dialects, such as redneck, sweedish chef, or Elmer Fudd. It's really hilarious.

For example, here's the above text translated into "Elmer Fudd":

"Weww, if you wike to have some fun wif wanguage, twy "De Diawectizew" at http://winkwowks. Oh, dat scwewy wabbit! com/diawect/. You can "twanswate" text ow web pages into sevewaw diawects, such as wedneck, sweedish chef, ow Ewmew Fudd. It's weawwy hiwawious. Oh, dat scwewy wabbit!
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GarySogar wrote:Well, if you like to have some fun with language, try "The Dialectizer" at http://rinkworks.com/dialect/.
The Dialectizer is incredible! Thank's!
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