Discussion in 'The Guru's Pub' started by John, Apr 13, 2011.
^ Unavoidably reminded
She was too fond of her pussy... har har!
Joke of the week:
How did AMD's secrets get out?
- Their competitor had intel inside!
Thank you! I'm here all week! And the week after and the week after and...
Muahaha, you tell funny joke, you funny sir.
And her pussy is very cute! ;-)
lol :devil: was checking out my Steam acc and then I saw this
Forgot to lower the body
Im horny and hard just by reading that! It works!
You mean like this?:
... but I had to do it anyway.
I don`t know why but this photo reminded me movie "The golden child" with Eddie Murphy.
I really like this movie, still have it somewhere.
This one you meant, right?:
Something for one who wants to learn German:
the term to pronounce:
It is a "small matchbox of czech origin".
"t" is pronounced like any "t" you know of (not "tea"!)
"sch" is pronounced like you would pronounce "sh" like in "s-h-i-t". (cannot write the full word here because it gets changed to "crap" ... literally
Both "e's" are pronounced like the "a" in "back"
"ch" is pronounced in two ways, but in this case like "sch" ("sh"). I cannot even think of an English word which sounds like the second form of "ch" ... strange ... anybody knows how to describe it, possible some English / American guy who learns or learned German in school?
the "i" in the middle is pronounced like an "e" in English
first word full pronounciation in an "English way":
... oh man ... I don't wanna do this for the second word.
the "S" like "sh" again
"ei" like you would say "i" if you tell something from yourself: ">I< was sitting there ..."
the "z" is pronounced like "ts" like "Lets play!"
the worst is the "ä" ... let me think ... like the "e" in the word "very" (I am vEry upset!)
You know the others, so it would be:
(I put some "-" in it for a better overview and pronounciation, because the second "H" at "streichHolz" is pronounced like an "H")
So in full (retard mode) this would be:
(Oh dear lord, this will be my new nickname!!)
Anyone here who is laughing his / her ass off to this?
I DID! *lol*
EDIT2: I would like to get an audio file from anyone who is trying to speak that out loud. PLEEEEAAASEEEE!
Germans have unique words for everthing. Never mess with the germany man... :O
Uhm... still wrong, sorry, the "ch" without an S means a sound that English does not incorporate. No example in my English vocabulary I could give that would match
If you want a challange for even German speakers, use the local dialect to pronounce "Oachkatzlschwoaf" (a squirrel's tail)