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Arabic is the most horrible language to my ears. Just normal speech sounds offensive.

I have to agree. I can't put it in any other way than "It just sounds wrong". "Wrong" in what way, I can't really say.

 

Thought Iceland was pretty national?

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Its very phlegmy, same with hebrew. The way they speak it just causes a lot of spit to fly out of their mouths. I used to work at apple as a sales guy and I was helping this one gentleman out that was like blowing chunks out of his mouth as he spoke. I never wanted to throw up in someones face before that day. Had one land on me and everything, It was green and boogery. I excused myself and went to the bathroom for a couple minutes and when I went back the guy was gone.

 

Never been so grossed out before.

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This image perfectly illustrates the insanity that is the Finnish language:

 

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Especially look at the ones under "grammatically possible but no one would ever say something like this".

 

I've talked about this with Fatal Rose long ago, so he knows.

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This image perfectly illustrates the insanity that is the Finnish language:

 

330u2l0.jpg

 

Especially look at the ones under "grammatically possible but no one would ever say something like this".

 

I've talked about this with Fatal Rose long ago, so he knows.

 

 

WTF

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This image perfectly illustrates the insanity that is the Finnish language:

 

330u2l0.jpg

 

Especially look at the ones under "grammatically possible but no one would ever say something like this".

 

I've talked about this with Fatal Rose long ago, so he knows.

 

 

The only word that matters in that lot is kaymala. I also assume that every 'a' should have 2 dots above (whatever the point of them is).

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Yes, käymälä is a good word. :-) Quite old-fashioned, but still in use in some places. The difference between 'a' and 'ä' is vocalization. Think "mark" versus "man"; if you'd ask a Finnish person to write these two words phonetically, they would be "mark" and "män", respectively.

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