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Aw_Shucks says

Man, you guys tell jokes that I just don’t understand.

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CarlosViloria says
Man, you guys tell jokes that I just don’t understand.

me?? I got bored of seeing the face of that $ x%x /ยท$

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DanielKeller says
When I was in kindergarten…

hahaha funny story Shucks.. btw german is well known in the english language… “Kindergarten” :D what else?

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Aw_Shucks says

The English language uses many words that derive from many other different languages. I guess that’s one reason it is so versatile.

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MarkBrodhuber Staff says

Yeah and the English language has the word Scallywag! Which is a pretty awesome word if I do say so myself!

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DanielKeller says

it sounds funny when english ppl say “Volkswagen” which means Car of the Folk… Volk = Folk.. Wagen = Car :D

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ArikB says
it sounds funny when english ppl say “Volkswagen” which means Car of the Folk… Volk = Folk.. Wagen = Car :D

The term “people” or “populus” would be better I think. “Folk” generally translates to “simple folk”, while the volk are just the people in general.

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thomas07 says

another one…”Prost” in german language (“cheers” in english), translated to Bulgarian language means “silly”, “idiot” :D

Another one is “durak” in turkish language (“bus station” in english), translated to Russian means again “silly” or “idiot” :D :D

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