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    Anastasiya Vagina - I'm so immature

    But i thought I'd share.

    It started when I saw the name Vagin on the internet. I realised that the female version is Vagina. I then thought, what if there was a Anastasiya Vagina. She be Nastya Vagina.



    As I said, it's immature, but it made me chuckle.
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    Like Головач Лена - Голова ...
    And when she got married to Николай Трубач she became Труба ...

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    Re: Anastasiya Vagina - I'm so immature

    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    She be Nastya Vagina.
    But don't forget that if it's a Russian surname then the stress would be on the first syllable or on the last "a" (here most likely on the first), also the letter g makes "g" and not "dzh" sound. So it would be pretty far from the English pronunciation of this word.
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    Re: Anastasiya Vagina - I'm so immature

    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    As I said, it's immature, but it made me chuckle.
    There is a Russian proverb "У кого что болит, тот о том и говорит"

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    "Кто о чём, а вшивый о бане"

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    Re: Anastasiya Vagina - I'm so immature

    Quote Originally Posted by Friendy
    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    She be Nastya Vagina.
    But don't forget that if it's a Russian surname then the stress would be on the first syllable or on the last "a" (here most likely on the first), also the letter g makes "g" and not "dzh" sound. So it would be pretty far from the English pronunciation of this word.
    I know, but written, it looks like it.
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    In Polish, vagina (as in, a noun, not a name) is spelt wagina, and pronounced juuust the way as in Russian

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    Hehe...

    That's like the Russian figure skater- her name is Irina SLUTskaya.
    You can imagine what it looks like in English....
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    Re: Hehe...

    Quote Originally Posted by Svetlana
    That's like the Russian figure skater- her name is Irina SLUTskaya.
    You can imagine what it looks like in English....
    Hm. Maybe something like slutskaya? Actually come to think of it. No, no I can't imagine. If only comeone would write it down for me.
    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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    Re: Hehe...

    Quote Originally Posted by Dogboy182
    Hm. Maybe something like slutskaya? Actually come to think of it. No, no I can't imagine. If only comeone would write it down for me.
    Догбой, точно, есть такая фигуристка - Ирина Слуцкая. А знаешь какие у нас в школе были приколы с английским языком?
    голубая вода - blue water - it sounds almost like "блевота" - retching,
    жёлто-голубой автобус - yellow-blue bus - я люблю вас
    водки найду - what can I do?
    граф мира - peace duke - sounds exactly like.... hm.... f@#king talker???, somebody who talks BS.
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    You forget мир-дверь-мяч = peace-door-ball :)
    (something like "bull$hit talker")

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    Bollocks. Neither "peace duke" nor "peace door ball" sound dirty in Russian if pronounced with the correct accent in English - the 'c' in 'peace' isn't voiced and the vowels are very different. Actually, if they sound dirty to you you should work on your accent, mate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VendingMachine
    Actually, if they sound dirty to you you should work on your accent, mate.
    I will I promise I will! It was really edifying. Thanks a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VendingMachine
    Bollocks. Neither "peace duke" nor "peace door ball" sound dirty in Russian if pronounced with the correct accent in English - the 'c' in 'peace' isn't voiced and the vowels are very different. Actually, if they sound dirty to you you should work on your accent, mate.
    Jeez mate, have you ever heard "the correct accent in English" in a school?
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    SLUTskaya

    dogboy, you don't get what I said? Ya ne veryu....
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    Ира Слуцкая!! She kicks butt....hehe On tv they usually try to pronounce it as Slootskaya, but yeah, sometimes they mess up and say SLUTskaya
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    Does your arse fit ya VendingMachine.

    Bollocks to your bollocks. I yellow blue bus but don't be a шапка - the idea is to morph the phrase until it does fit!

    btw - you'll only get this if you use 'the correct accent' in English

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    "Не жениться в мае!"... Говорили мне друзья... но я их не слушал... я так любил тебя.


    Водки найду - AHHAAHAHAHHA =) I love it.
    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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    I got "yellow blue bus" - it's a corruption of "я люблю вас", but I couldn't think of any Russian phrase for "does your arse fit ya" or "bollocks to your bollocks". And what does "don't be a шапка" mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by VendingMachine
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    I got "yellow blue bus" - it's a corruption of "я люблю вас", but I couldn't think of any Russian phrase for "does your arse fit ya" or "bollocks to your bollocks". And what does "don't be a шапка" mean?
    It's just some examples or morphing that struck me at the time:

    In "bollocks to your bollocks" I'm corrupting myself into VM

    If you want to teach an English speaker to be able to remember the impenetrable здравствуйте just mention "does your arse fit ya" and they'll never forget!

    "don't be a шапка" is a play on letters of a word that are a symbol of an entity. So in this case 'ш' is close to 'w'; 'а' close to 'a'; п to n; 'к' to 'k'; and 'а' sounds like 'er' - as in 'riva'' can sound like 'river'. So шапка gives you w@nker a popular English expression - a term of endearment.


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