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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by earllogjam, Apr 3, 2010.
Why? Strange affinity for their culture, food, or men.
I actually speak Arabic, I was fascineted with their culture and all...
Sexually, I`m not atracted to Arabs...
Maybe, I haven`t met the right one
It's all about the dick for you isn't it?? :biggrin:
(I could set you up with a very hot Arab/Turk Luka
Yes... I'd like to add Arabic and Russian. There are so many stunning Russian women in this town.
The first because I like that language a lot, the others because I want to communicate at many different continents.
I just love learning new writing systems.
I suppose you can go everywhere if you speak these languages, apart from English, French and Spanish...
Hope to start learning Tibetan this year
then I'll get a tattoo that reads "F*ck the PRC"
I wouldn`t mind
Portuguese. I have good reading knowledge of French and Spanish so think it would be easy to learn; harder to speak but I like the sound of Portuguese even more. Would love to understand Brazilian porn endearments and exclamations!
Always was fascinated by their history. Scoring with their chicks would have been a great benefit!
Italian. Ciao bello, signor.
Portuguese. Muito bem, senhor.
French. Mais oui, monsieur.
The first thing I'd like to do is resuscitate my fading French.
And then I'd like to know Spanish.
Actually "ciao bello,signor" doesn't mean much in Italian....
It just means: "Hi handsome,mister"....you wouldn't say it in english either....if you mean to say: "very good,mister",you'll have to say "molto bene,signore"....it's my own language so i know it pretty well....
I would like to speak Polish...the language of all my Grandparents.
It is a good effort since I didn't use Google Translate to write any of that.
I wasn't writing the same in different languages though. I was writing stupid yet simple sentences to get the point across. Hehehe.
A few arab friends taught me some wordes of Arabic that they said would help me get along fine with locals. I wouldnt mention them here though.
Spanish. I regularly vacation in SE Texas and would like to understand and speak more than I do. But at my age it's difficult to pick up more than rudimentary knowledge.
Probably Korean. Haven't been there yet, so I'll probably decide after I go there. If not, I suppose I'll finally learn more than the cursory amount of Spanish that I know from back in high school.
Greek, Bulgarian, Tagalog