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I'm Swedish and I have never even HEARD the word Läderlappen, we have always said Batman, wtf?? This is so damn f*cked up..... I need to go ask my dad.....

I'm Swedish and yes, some call it Läderlappen. But almost everyone says Batman. Läderlappen literally translates to Leather note.

Do it! Save Bob, Frofro (the bunny) and Dilan (the dog)!

Save Bob, Frofro (the bunny) and Dilan (the dog)!

Cómics que ilustran a la perfección lo difícil que es ser mujer - Imagen 4

Cómics que ilustran a la perfección lo difícil que es ser mujer

Cómics que ilustran a la perfección lo difícil que es ser mujer - Imagen 4

How To Sneeze In Ten Different Languages - Laughing Squid

HOW TO SNEEZE IN TEN LANGUAGES 1 So apparently, deaf people sneeze silently. And this article says the sneeze sounds we make are just cultural. by James Chapman

First of all it is: sprachliche Unterschiede. Second..... wtf??? It is just as long as all the other words???

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Et vous, comment dites-vous « chut » dans votre langue ? | Le français et vous | Scoop.it

James Chapman is a young Manchester-based physicist and designer who makes witty posters and cartoons that show how common words and expressions sound in different languages.

Let's eat Grandpa

Grammar is important. For instance, commas save lives: Lets eat grandpa. Lets eat, grandpa. my-style my-likes