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Discussion in 'Forum Games and Randomness' started by Cuttleshock, 19 October 2017.
That sounds like the name of a town in Northern England [email protected])
Well there's Kempton just south west of London
Bavaria! Do they speak in a funny accent? (@;
Hmm, there's some thick accents here and there that can be hard to follow. The International Office uses Hochdeutsch so it's easier to understand them. Haven't quite developed enough of an ear to distinguish accents yet though.
I was hoping they'd all talk like Arnie!
Looks like I let it get late. Uh, I'll make dinner.
Enjoy your supper, Awaiisho
There's something familiar about this tune...
Ah yes, the old Nokia ringtone. Those where the days...
Watching Top Gear.
Apparently this guy is most likely from Northern Germany, because he keeps pronouncing "Gucken" with a K instead of a G.
Oh yeah, I didn't know how to spell that for a long time because a Let's Player I watched said it that way. Adding to confusion, there's a Pokémon whose German name uses that (Kukmarda, from 'guck mal da' and probably some other root).
Yeah, quite glad I looked that up in the discussion section of the dictionary so I don't accidentally start talking like a Northerner. Learning umgangsprache is useful, but you need to be careful about using it yourself.
Best to stick with schauen/anschauen
Let's plays introduced me to the word "Geschickte". I was wondering for so long why they were talking about stories.
One that always got me:
mosquito = Mücke
music = Mucke (ugs.)
Haven't encountered that one yet but I'm sure I'll be more likely to once I expand my viewing beyond let's plays.
Oh, Animal Crossing started maintenance just as I was about to do some stuff. Fine, fine.
Watching the new CinemaSins.
Ich bin ein Berliner (disclaimer: I am not actually a doughnut)
Edit: Goodnight all.
He looks like the soot sprites from Ghibli movies...
Going to London today by coach.
Wait no, what? Hawking? Nah. Not him. Nope, not gonna agree with that one.