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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by Skull Mason, Sep 3, 2009.
so...um, does anyone speak Russian here?
Babel Fish does:
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Nope sorry Dirty jersey same here
i do have a link to a translator if u wanna know how to write it
Здесь u идут
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Nyet. (sorry - does that mean no?).
Luka82 might know some.
Finally found yourself a Russian mail-order bride, huh.
It depends, is it a mail-order bride or is it KGB secrets..... :33:
There are some Russian speakers on here I remember seeing that in some of the 'languages' in some profiles
Ja znaju nemnoshko -- ochen' malo. (Too lazy to go get the Cyrillic.)
... but obviously enough to know the right italic forms. Or did that computer do that for you?:biggrin1:
Yes. What do you need?
У меня есть большой хуй.
(Went to the Cyrillic transliteration Web site, but I haven't checked the grammar.)
Still waiting to learn why Skull posed the question, though.
Очевидно, но мне надо попробовать вот это, чтобы точно узнать. :tongue:
Yeah, Skull, I still speak some. Lemme know if you need some help.
Aw, crap, I only understand bits of that. A translation site gives me this: "Obviously, but I should try here it precisely to learn."
My post was just my attempt to say "I have a big cock." First phrase in the LPSG Russian phrasebook.
Oh, I TOTALLY understood yours!!! :firedevil:
Yeah, it's the problem with machine translation (MT). Mine basically said,
"Obviously, but I'd have to try (in the sense of 'taste') some of that, to know for sure.?
Hmm, actually THINKING about it, "точно" was probably a bad choice. "Совсем" would've been better. :redface:
I tend to shy away from the online translators because they always seem to not really work. I am decent in spanish now and when I use them the translations are totally wack.
I want to ask out this russian waitress girl who works at a bar I went to last weekend. I think she is probably here on one of those j1 work visas. Killer body. It really seemed like she didn't speak very much english nor understand it. She took my order and I asked for a beer and she replied to me in russian "what did you say?". I was with some people who spoke russian who told me. I guess I just want to write something down for her essentially just asking her out and maybe giving her my info. Simple as possible. I don't know, I have never really stepped into J1 territory before.
Good luck, Skull!
My initial reaction was to speak in spanish to her but I can't feign a russian accent like that.
Well, I've given you the Russian for "I have a big cock," though I haven't told you how to pronounce it. That would be, very roughly, "Oo mih-nyah bahl-shoy hooy." "You have a beautiful arse" would be, again very roughly, "Oo tih-bya krahs-na-ya zhaw-pa." (The "aw" has to be rounded like the "o" in "boy" or "for," not open like "ah.") Or you could just skip words and drop your trousers.