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    I got logged out before making the post above..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous
    In "bollocks to your bollocks" I'm corrupting myself into VM
    I don't understand - what on earth are you on about, mike?

    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!
    Zdraav - stvoooy - teh. Duz - yor - aaaas - fitcha. I don't see any resemblence.

    "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
    Hmm, but the English к is taller - it's k, not к. Also, w looks quite different from ш in most fonts.

    This way any innocent word can be made to look obscene or silly or both. Take "come", for instance. This "m" looks like "п" + "л" printed close to each other, thus "come" means "сопле" (to a piece of snot) - and when we think of the adult meaning of come the etymology of jumbled letters beсоплеs even more obvious.
    Show yourself - destroy our fears - release your mask

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    Quote Originally Posted by VendingMachine
    Zdraav - stvoooy - teh. Duz - yor - aaaas - fitcha. I don't see any resemblence.
    Really! Anyway, it is interesting how this bunch of letters bears no visual relationship to each other yet they can, with some skill and imagination, sound the same...

    Thanks for the сопли hook - another Russian word bagged - doesn't appear in Brown's top 10,000 but useful nevertheless !!!

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    oh! oh! I came up with a variation to "does your arse fit ya?" (yes, I've got some time on my hands) But mine doesn't really make sense in Russian, so..

    да знаю рас вид, VM? = "Doesn't your a$$ fit, VM?"

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    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!
    I like that. In German I'd always confused zwei (number 2)with drei (number 3). It stuck in when I came up with a way to write Zwei- 2wei.
    1- Eins
    2- 2wei
    3 -Drei
    etc...
    Even in English I always incorrectly use the word 'levitate' when I mean 'gravitate'. I was visiting a tarot card reader. And the discussion came to me saying "I tend to levitate towards women". It was an appropriate surrounding to make such a slip-up, with all the mythical paraphenalia. I could probably do with a cute way of remembering to say the correct one. Though that particular experience itself may have solved it for me. I'll probably always think twice before using the word 'gravitate', to double check I'm not about to say 'levitate'.

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    I Swedish movies english speaking people always find the endings offensive, as it says "Slut" meaning "the end"
    Листьев не обожгло, Веток не обломало
    День промыт как стекло, только этого мало

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    Quote Originally Posted by brett
    ..It was an appropriate surrounding to make such a slip-up, with all the mythical paraphenalia..
    I think by mythical you meant mystical...It makes more sense here (I'm not patronizing you - but just in case it was one of those gravitate/levitate things )

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightfaerie
    Quote Originally Posted by brett
    ..It was an appropriate surrounding to make such a slip-up, with all the mythical paraphenalia..
    I think by mythical you meant mystical...It makes more sense here (I'm not patronizing you - but just in case it was one of those gravitate/levitate things )
    I just can't stop myself, can I?
    Or shall I rephrase it "Eye bus card shop mice elf, can eye?"

    I Swedish movies english speaking people always find the endings offensive, as it says "Slut" meaning "the end"
    And English speakers must be thinking the French have some insatiable fascination with sharks, since they're all called da da, da da... "La Fin".

    -"Woah dude, I was in France, and this movie called "Fin" is really popular. Even more than "Jaws". Seems scary. It's all dark and silent and then the title comes. Freaks me out every time. But I seem to always come in at the end, so I haven't seen it yet".
    -"Drag!".

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