The Funny Maths Thread.. which sometimes contains mildly amusing pictures

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I personally think they are stand ins. I mean if you did something like

"Nice. :clap:" That would be fine, but if you did "Nice :clap:." That just looks weird.

I think "Nice :clap:" should be acceptable as a punctuation next to the emoticon doesn't look right and also because haters gonna hate.


:nod: You'll notice which method I use.
 

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OMG :lol::lol::lol:
 

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Yeah, you do have waaaaaay to much time on your hands. :p


I had other things on my mind. Leve. Me. Alone. :p

No, no, no. You're doing it wrong, noob. That's not how an internet argument is supposed to develop at all. You were supposed to say something about his momma and/or call him Hitler.

For example:

Scuze.Voi face mai bine data viitoare.

Sorry.. i'll do better next time. :D

FTFY. Go back and re-learn your Romanian, noob!! And teach yo' momma too! trollololol is successful troll.


See, GRtak, it's not difficult at all.
 
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Yeah but there is a lot of germans in this thread, so the hitler option, is not a good idea. :D
 

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Yeah but there is a lot of germans in this thread, so the hitler option, is not a good idea. :D

Nah, bringing up Hitler on an internet forum is like flushing the toilet after yourself. The shit is gone, but the stench remains, and the next person after you will take offense, but nobody else cares. :D
 

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Yeah but there is a lot of germans in this thread, so the hitler option, is not a good idea. :D

One of those Germans had a dancing Peter Griffin in Nazi uniform as his avatar for a long time. :p I don't think they are that easily offended.
 

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Look what happed a couple of years ago, a Dane made a picture of a guy, and the midle east went up in flames.
 

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One of those Germans had a dancing Peter Griffin in Nazi uniform as his avatar for a long time. :p I don't think they are that easily offended.


 

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It ain't German if you don't have a throat full of phlegm after speaking it :lol:

I don't get this. What is so strange about this word? If you compare butter-fly and schmetter-ling the English word isn't any shorter or easier, because "SCH" is pronounced as one "sound".

Butter---Schmetter it surprisingly similar imo...
 

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The "T" is pronounced like in butter and the "me" is pronounced like in "mess". "Sch" is like in the name Schmitt, that also does exist in the USA.

click on the little symbol of a speaker on both languages:
http://translate.google.de/#en|de|butterfly

I honestly think, that butterfly and Schmetterling don't sound too different, if you don't have any knowledge of both languages. Just close your eyes and compare the acoustic pattern how it may sound for some Vietnamese guy or from the perspective on any language that isn't Germanic or Roman.

Maybe that is, because the number of syllables match.
 
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Fun fact: butterfly in Hindi is tit-lee.

Heh. Heh. Heh Heh.

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Lee.
 

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Really? I thought tit-lee was the nudist sister of bruce lee.
 

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The "T" is pronounced like in butter and the "me" is pronounced like in "mess". "Sch" is like in the name Schmitt, that also does exist in the USA.

click on the little symbol of a speaker on both languages:
http://translate.google.de/#en|de|butterfly

I honestly think, that butterfly and Schmetterling don't sound too different, if you don't have any knowledge of both languages. Just close your eyes and compare the acoustic pattern how it may sound for some Vietnamese guy or from the perspective on any language that isn't Germanic or Roman.

Maybe that is, because the number of syllables match.


Eh, I've been pronouncing it like it looks, which, seems to have been correct.

Back on schedule!

This can only end in laughter.

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And this, well, it's just cute. :)

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