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    can anyone translate this?

    Hey

    Can anyone translate the meaning of this...


    У вас там короче одни ударные слышно,и еще почему группы по 3 человека? ну а так все нормально...Жуки вы блин!!!

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    The general gist is that he/she wants a 3-some.
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    bahahahahahhahahaaha

    are you serious?!?!

    that girl is a freeeeeeeak

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    Quote Originally Posted by letom182
    bahahahahahhahahaaha

    are you serious?!?!

    that girl is a freeeeeeeak
    No he is not

    She or he is saying that everything is generally OK and you guys awesome, but she/he wonders why all the groups consist of three man and why all that she/he can here is the drums?

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    Darn, tough luck, letom!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerty
    TATY, хорош выеживаться.
    вые... wha?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalinka_vinnie
    Quote Originally Posted by Gerty
    TATY, хорош выеживаться.
    вые... wha?
    It's an euphemism for... Well, it's probably against the rules to say what word this one is euphemism for...

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    So she/he is referring to listening to musical groups or bands. Hmm?
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    PM me the euphemism!!!
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    I beleive she/he called you The Beatles...
    "Легче, чем пух, камень плиты.
    Брось на нее цветы."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paxan
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    I beleive she/he called you The Beatles...
    May e she did, and may be not. It's more natural to say "битлы" comparing smb to "Beatles". "Жук" is also a slang word.
    Multitran.ru translates it as "a rat; a slick operator; a smooth operator; a snake", and it can be used either approvingly or disapprovingly
    Anyway I'm sure it was some kind of compliment.
    Correct my mistakes, please

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    WOW Letom182 copied my suffix!
    Вот это да, я так люблю себя. И сегодня я люблю себя, ещё больше чем вчера, а завтра я буду любить себя to ещё больше чем сегодня. Тем что происходит,я вполне доволен!

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    Copied? Just a coincidence.
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    Copied i say.
    Вот это да, я так люблю себя. И сегодня я люблю себя, ещё больше чем вчера, а завтра я буду любить себя to ещё больше чем сегодня. Тем что происходит,я вполне доволен!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariashara
    Quote Originally Posted by Paxan
    2 letom182
    I beleive she/he called you The Beatles...
    May e she did, and may be not. It's more natural to say "битлы" comparing smb to "Beatles". "Жук" is also a slang word.
    Multitran.ru translates it as "a rat; a slick operator; a smooth operator; a snake", and it can be used either approvingly or disapprovingly
    Anyway I'm sure it was some kind of compliment.
    Yeah i guess so...it just a bit strange to me...the word itself...I mean Жук...
    "Легче, чем пух, камень плиты.
    Брось на нее цветы."

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariashara
    Quote Originally Posted by Paxan
    2 letom182
    I beleive she/he called you The Beatles...
    May e she did, and may be not. It's more natural to say "битлы" comparing smb to "Beatles". "Жук" is also a slang word.
    Multitran.ru translates it as "a rat; a slick operator; a smooth operator; a snake", and it can be used either approvingly or disapprovingly
    Anyway I'm sure it was some kind of compliment.
    Yeah i guess so...it just a bit strange to me...the word itself...I mean Жук...
    "Легче, чем пух, камень плиты.
    Брось на нее цветы."

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariashara
    Quote Originally Posted by Paxan
    2 letom182
    I beleive she/he called you The Beatles...
    May e she did, and may be not. It's more natural to say "битлы" comparing smb to "Beatles". "Жук" is also a slang word.
    Multitran.ru translates it as "a rat; a slick operator; a smooth operator; a snake", and it can be used either approvingly or disapprovingly
    Anyway I'm sure it was some kind of compliment.
    Yeah i guess so...it just a bit strange to me...the word itself...I mean Жук...
    "Легче, чем пух, камень плиты.
    Брось на нее цветы."

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