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Discussion in 'Anathema' started by Bambi, Sep 26, 2003.

  1. Bambi

    Bambi Villain of the piece

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    the welsh are even worse than the germans

    when it comes to long words, that is :Spin:
     
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    megszentségteleníthetetlenségeskedéseitekért :cool:
     
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    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 :)
     
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    Additional crap suffices indeed :lol:

    Dunno about the savoy cabbage word, elkáposztástalaníthatatlanságoskodásaitokért?

    Yeah, seems to be one syllabus longer, but only because of the savoy aspect.
     
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    Loona *~holdacska~*

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    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... o_O Can't think of any extraordinarily long German word right now btw. Can you?
     
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    Finnish can also be mind boggling.
     
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    Donaudampfschiffsfahrtkapitän?
     
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    Not bad for a start. :D
     
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    fart, obviously, I'm not surprised

    even fart captain...
     
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    Landwirtschaftsausstellung hmm? :D
     
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    Loona *~holdacska~*

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    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 :lol: we hardly ever managed...
     
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    I mean even Nietzsche causes me trouble...
     
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    Just do it like all the others, nevermind and use his stuff in a signature ;)
     
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    yizz have been saying sorry for 60 years now so that must be a fairly long word :tickled:
     
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    @Maqus

    :lol:

    Yeah, finally you're giving the impression of someone who's knee deep in worldly wisdom.
     
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    that's cow dung I'm knee-deep in, my friend, don't distort things with your liberal-humanist-modernist attitude
     
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    what on earth sake is that? what is it for? what's that thing in his left hand? coffee?
     
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