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'TURISAS' font.

Discussion in 'Turisas' started by Sampy Arctica™, Aug 4, 2008.

  1. Sampy Arctica™

    Sampy Arctica™ ಠ_ಠ

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    Quick question, had a brief look around and couldn't see anybody else asking...

    Does anybody know what font is used for the Turisas name?
    Or is it an original design you can't get online [dafont.com, etc]?

    Cheers. ;)
     
  2. Fenrisúlfr

    Fenrisúlfr ὁ δύσκος λύκος

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    It's very close, the A is capital though. Hopefully it can be found! I want to make a Turisas banner that just says "Tourists" with the band in a panama hats and sandles etc.
     
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    *imagines that and dies a laugh attack*
     
  5. Katie'Force

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    haha i went to greece last year and everytime i heard 'turistas' i'd turn thinking i'd found a fellow turisas fan.... :(
     
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    bwahahaa, when I was there for the last time I didnt know the band yet, otherwise I´d have turned completely nuts I guess ^^
     
  7. Katie'Force

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    well you'll always know at least one greek word too! not that it's going to come in useful, but still.
    yahsoo is a good word, means hello
    efkaristo and parakalo - thank you and please, also can be useful
    malaka.... well you might not want to use this one in public... unless you're a firewind fan :p

    (oh and all those spellings are wrong, but you pronounce them like that)
     
  8. Fenrisúlfr

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    Ἑλληνίζω :lol:
     
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    see don't know that word... although it's pronounced along the lines of ellinizo (i learnt the alphabet... but that's about it)
     
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    bwahaha, i hate that the letters are written differently in languiages, makes all the languages even more complicated to learn XD
     
  11. Katie'Force

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    i know there's about three letters that have an 'ee' sound... then you've got some double vowels that turn them into an 'ee' sound, why would you ever need more than one 'ee' sound???
     
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    i didn´t get that now...do you mean like the "ee" turns then into "eeee"? XD
     
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    no say you have two vowels, one is o, the other is e (i can't remember exacly which ones) but when you put them together, they sound like 'ee'
     
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    aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah okay, now I got it...
    but ever really cehcked finnish grammar? then you can really shake your head, honestly XD
     
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    I know the Russian alphabet!

    But yes, Mathias in them glasses with the clip on sunglass attachment and a bumbag....hmmm...
     
  16. Cari

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    waaaaaaaaaaah stop that, I have so amusing pictures in my head now...
     
  17. Fenrisúlfr

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    Hellinizo; close. Watch out for the rough breathing. The Greeks have a special verb for 'to speak Greek'.

    And any bugbag / fanny pack would have to be made out of goatskin for Mathias to wear it. No self-respecting warlord would do so otherwise.
     
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    btw -i love moderators going off-topic with the other members *laughing*
     
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    Oh we do that all the time on the forum I admin. about 4 posts into the "official new album discussion" thread and everyone's talking about "that smarties advert".

    In regards to the bumbag (although in American English a fanny is regarded as an arse, in English English it's actually a ladygarden) it should be made of florescent green nylon. And Jussi should be wearing a tshirt saying "I <3 NY".
     
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    I would like to point out I didn't instigate this off-topic-ness....HOORAH!
    Bahahahahahahaladygarden;)
    @Lettuce put Olli in *aussie* thongs
     

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