I can eat glass, it doesn't hurt me!

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MC-Force
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I can eat glass, it doesn't hurt me!

Post by MC-Force » 11 Jun 2004 13:21

Я могу есть стекло, зто мне не вредит.

The 'I Can Eat Glass' project.

The idea was to create a database containing the phrase "I can eat glass, it doesn't hurt me" in as many languages as possible. That way, when you travel to a foreign country, you could speak thier language without sounding like a totally nerdy tourist. Instead you'd sound just like one of the crazy locals.

Click hereto view the database.

Note "Klingon" is included

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Post by ann » 11 Jun 2004 13:53

:lol: joli... Très belle analyse de l'évolution linguistique française
mais bon on ne parle pas seulement le français en France et au Canada...
(pauv' Belges, pauv' Suisses etc.)
Pile ou face?

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Post by Sanya » 11 Jun 2004 17:26

Well, it's funny, but the pronunciations of portuguese / brasilian and serbo-croatian are very bad.. :-?
And serbo-croatian is not one language (at least not any more).

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Post by Klenje » 11 Jun 2004 20:55

friulian language is missing though....
Biei o brus ma parôns a cjase nestre

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