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Discussion in 'Anathema' started by Bambi, Sep 26, 2003.
the welsh are even worse than the germans
when it comes to long words, that is :Spin:
what about elkelkáposztástalanítás (plus additional suffices)? once I was told it can be longer than megszentségtelenít... etc. but I don't believe...
finnish also happen to create rather long words too
Additional crap suffices indeed
Dunno about the savoy cabbage word, elkáposztástalaníthatatlanságoskodásaitokért?
Yeah, seems to be one syllabus longer, but only because of the savoy aspect.
It's not the length of the words that I find amazing. I wonder how they manage to pronounce a word that doesn't have any vowels in it - apart from y maybe... Can't think of any extraordinarily long German word right now btw. Can you?
Finnish can also be mind boggling.
Not bad for a start.
fart, obviously, I'm not surprised
even fart captain...
in the very first year of our German studying the teacher often offered this word as a reason to gain extra points. if you can write it correctly, you can get an extra point we hardly ever managed...
I mean even Nietzsche causes me trouble...
Just do it like all the others, nevermind and use his stuff in a signature
yizz have been saying sorry for 60 years now so that must be a fairly long word
Yeah, finally you're giving the impression of someone who's knee deep in worldly wisdom.
that's cow dung I'm knee-deep in, my friend, don't distort things with your liberal-humanist-modernist attitude
what on earth sake is that? what is it for? what's that thing in his left hand? coffee?