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Posted 4/2/14

Phersu wrote:



But......Toyota has some decent cars.


Yeah... they got strange ideas...
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tu parle francois
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tu parle francois


I know one insult in French. That's about it. Plus, it's from Monty Python.
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suka i think that's bitch in Russian translated in English
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Let them mispronounce English all they want to. It's not like the language itself is sacred or anything, plus it gives you the license to mispronounce any other language that you want to.
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I don't know. Not everyone, even the ones that are naturally born in the US, knows all the words in the English dictionary. We're not even living in the Shakespearean era and so to speak like ones. Big words pop in SATs and ACTs but the ones dominating in the music business are rap songs and their nonsense slangs. Can you believe "twerk" is added on the Oxford dictionary?
Anyway, might as well as study as much because those Terms and Conditions we get nowadays from activating cellphones, apps, softwares, insurance policies, etc., sneak in and hibernate like a damn virus. Especially if you're a fanatic, you'll skim thru those lengthy Terms and Conditions and hit the agree button.
Posted 4/2/14

Anamalous wrote:


Phersu wrote:

How does hearing the English language being cruelly maimed feel to you? Do you dislike Engrish? Do you use it? Why?



ALL I HAVE TO SAY IS FUCK PROPER GRAMMAR SKILLS

as long as your understood and people know what your talking about at/or/of the present time/and/generation without misinterpretation

THEN IT DOESN'T FUCKING MATTER


you're* and sure,as long as it's presentable,within certain boundaries


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Lowlights wrote:

I don't mind if it's done by people who speak English as a second language, but when it's done by native English speakers, I just feel...sad.


Same here. If it's their second or third language, I don't have a problem with it.
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Assault with dictionaries should definitely be allowed in some cases.
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Honestly I just find it good for a giggle to hear my favorite anime characters try, and fail horribly, at speaking English. It reminds me that at this very moment I am probably speaking one of the most convoluted languages on the planet.
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Considering Americans abuse English enough as it is and how freaking hilarious Engrish is to hear, I say let them do it.

A classic example of hilarity provided by Kuroko no Basket:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VO2wmGIWQm4
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As long as I could understand what they're trying to say then I don't care.
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I honestly think that the pirates that kidnapped Captain Philips spoke English really well.
Short and to the point.
Short sentences are actually powerful.

No tricks, Irish.
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Posted 4/3/14
All I'm gonna say is: Kuroko No Basket.
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www.engrish.com

Go on. Laugh till you cry. You're welcome.
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