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- Tue, 12 Mar 2013 08:46:24 EST 4+ObrLLz No.8949
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As languages are sometimes associcated with nouns, Like french is the language of love, (well that is the only one i know) or italien is the language of music, german of philosophy!
Then wat are languages (in particular Farsi, if ye know) or any langauge at all?
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Hannah Gecklegold - Tue, 12 Mar 2013 09:54:06 EST fQAjpiVx No.8950 Reply
French is too harsh(and ugly IMO) to be a "language of love" no matter how much PR campaigns and romantic comedies try to engrave it in people's brains

just my 2 kuruş.
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Augustus Passlehitch - Wed, 13 Mar 2013 14:46:47 EST vqtQhLYp No.8957 Reply
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Polish is the language of vodka and beatroots
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Ian Crenkinwill - Thu, 14 Mar 2013 14:14:49 EST VWLLR+uZ No.8972 Reply
Spanish is the lenguage of chants and spirituality.
(at least its what latin people are told, i believe the pre-colonial lenguages were the ones but spain stole the title).
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Nigger Drillytock - Thu, 14 Mar 2013 18:35:59 EST /GyzNavx No.8974 Reply
Spanish is the language of revolution and pride.
I say this, as the spaniards are always going on about protests, and how everyone is a facist!
Can't see the spirtuality side.
Maybe the chants!
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Fucking Demmerman - Fri, 15 Mar 2013 21:04:34 EST VEd5LuzV No.8976 Reply
>>8974
Spanish sounds poor when spoken without passion, imo. When they're just chatting, it sounds like shit, but when they're talking about something they care about and getting fired up it becomes a rich, passionate language of emotion and action.
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Phineas Sinkinbanks - Sat, 30 Mar 2013 04:40:36 EST CNChxAmJ No.9030 Reply
>>8949
I love songs sung by a scandi female. Idk what they're saying but it sounds beautiful. Like a milky skinned angel I caressing my body while singing me a lullaby.
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John Birryback - Thu, 04 Apr 2013 09:16:20 EST Q5fmvMjR No.9046 Reply
>>8976

I think all languages are like that.

Except maybe Hindi, which sounds extremely emotional (angry) 9/10 times I've ever heard it.

Hindi is an angry language...like German, but much angrier.

Maybe this is just my perception.
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Samuel Chubblewatch - Thu, 03 Jul 2014 13:44:04 EST ECFjdEYL No.11517 Reply
Got here because of random thread.
Anyway
English = language of the world
Russian = language of coldblooded motherfuckingness
Swahili = language of Timon & Pumbaa
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Faggy Trothall - Thu, 03 Jul 2014 21:14:30 EST NqJL1ymG No.11518 Reply
>>8957
How can Polish be a drunkard's language when it's regularly one of the hardest to pronounce? rz ą wył letters

Actually same with Irish now that I think about it. Puirt a Beul spelled Polishy would be kinda like (I can't polish) Pyrztj a Piał or Pieł depending on accent.

They say German's angry but I've always heard it as kinda beautiful and kinda dorky. It's the ö and the ü against the ending words with vowels I guess. Also it almost always sounds like poetic english to me so there's that.

Spanish to me is the language of hard work. Hmong is the language of talking shit and drugs. Armenian is Spiritual but in an old timey grunty way.

Russian sounds always confused but in control, like someone pretending to be cutesy. Or bumpkinny.

Hindi isn't angry as much as it's judgementally disapproving. Same with Punjabi and Romani. And chinese, because of the pirate sounds (retroflex consonants)

Arabic sounds old. But maybe that's because my Grandma over uses ae sounds. Also it's legit a Language of Thing, in which case it's the language of the D´ad, which in Mohammad's time was pronounced by pulling the sides of your tongue in like an l, holding the tip behind your teeth, blowing in that shape like an f or h sound, but buzzing it like v or z sound, and like swallowing almost all at the same time.

Chinese when it's not singing pirates is the language of sleepy kids who act like stereotypes because no one allows them not to.
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HakktV2 - Sat, 05 Jul 2014 21:22:44 EST q5wzgHyy No.11519 Reply
>>11517
Lol yes @Russian (that feel when your ex girlfriend is a cold blooded motherfucking chick)
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Basil Ginkinham - Sun, 06 Jul 2014 14:51:00 EST lRWJgASq No.11520 Reply
Lithuanian is the language of elves
Hungarian is the language of orcs
Portuguese is a sinister language
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Esther Dindlewidge - Tue, 02 Sep 2014 15:37:06 EST F8xE90or No.11663 Reply
Danish is the language of incomprehensible drunks
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moxie !QvI1p9.OFY - Sat, 15 Nov 2014 18:03:08 EST avmU74pl No.11856 Reply
>>11520
no, lithuanian is the language of stoic assholes
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Emma Cubberhall - Sun, 16 Nov 2014 00:17:12 EST RYQ9LXTa No.11857 Reply
Japanese is the language of romance. Why? Because my japanese teacher said so.

And english is the language of nouns. Because other languages use the word "substantive".
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