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mr.G
21-12-2005, 20:16:56
the word of today is : deugniet.

paiktis22
21-12-2005, 20:27:05
what does it mean proffessssssore G?

mr.G
21-12-2005, 20:30:27
it means : no good , that's how you call a bad kid. kid you are a deugniet.

paiktis22
21-12-2005, 20:31:22
sounds a bit russian

MOBIUS
21-12-2005, 20:33:56
I thought it was doughnut, with an Inspector Clouseau (sp?) accent:cute:

Dyl Ulenspiegel
21-12-2005, 20:50:35
Taugenichts!

mr.G
21-12-2005, 20:59:14
Originally posted by MOBIUS
I thought it was doughnut, with an Inspector Clouseau (sp?) accent:cute: yep speaking Dutch is like being inspector Clouseau all the time

Dyl Ulenspiegel
21-12-2005, 21:16:03
Eenspektor Klaustje

mr.G
22-12-2005, 07:54:36
word of today december 22 is:
snottebel and jesjes there are more meanings of the word snottebel.

Drekkus
22-12-2005, 10:04:20
There are?

mr.G
22-12-2005, 10:06:01
yaaaay a filthy woman is a snottebel also

Drekkus
22-12-2005, 10:09:45
she is?? snottedel?

Funko
22-12-2005, 10:27:06
Don't believe him, he can't really speak Dutch.

mr.G
22-12-2005, 10:31:49
snottebells

Funko
22-12-2005, 10:34:15
Why are you calling Bells snotty?

mr.G
22-12-2005, 10:36:29
because!!!!!!!!!!!

Funko
22-12-2005, 10:37:09
because of the wonderful things she does?

mr.G
22-12-2005, 10:39:51
like?

Funko
22-12-2005, 10:53:10
Working at Tescos.

Drekkus
22-12-2005, 11:12:36
Bells Palsy?

mr.G
23-12-2005, 03:49:49
the word for today: zeemeeuw

zmama
23-12-2005, 13:10:33
Shiney and Rachel's kitty?

Drekkus
23-12-2005, 13:18:55
Zee meeuw is german for seagull.

Cruddy
24-12-2005, 01:01:50
Sea meow? Sea cat? Deugniet I thought was also a cat, not a dog.

Does all Dutch revolve around domesticated animals or is this maybe an exageration?

mr.G
29-12-2005, 11:55:28
the word for today: moederneuker

MOE-DER-NEU-KER

Funko
29-12-2005, 11:57:23
Ah. Motherfucker

Tizzy
29-12-2005, 11:59:14
Ooh, I knew that one.
Yaay, I can speak Dutch!

TV4Fun
01-01-2006, 09:42:38
Drink!
Drink!
Drink!
Drink!
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Drink!
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Drink!

MoSe
02-01-2006, 11:25:39
learning Dutch in just 10 years!!!

the word of today is :

hmmm....
10*365=3650, add 3 leapyears = 3653

there are 3653 words in the Dutch vocabulary - FACT!

will we have holywords on holidays?

mr_G
02-01-2006, 11:35:14
Originally posted by TV4Fun
Drink!
Drink!
Drink!
Drink!
Drink!
Drink!
Drink!
Drink!
Drink!
Drink!
Drink!
Drink!
Drink!
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means drink (verb) Ik drink.
or means drank drankje
Ik drink een drankje. (great song title Funko!!!)

MoSe
02-01-2006, 11:37:21
what's the difference between your point and your undersocre?

mr_G
02-01-2006, 11:47:49
reaction time in CG.
it's like lurker vs. lurker the second

mr_G
02-01-2006, 11:48:24
seems that CG becomes really really slow after 8000 posts

Drekkus
02-01-2006, 11:49:07
Originally posted by MoSe
will we have holywords on holidays? Dutch word: Heilige Geest. If the pope says it, it often sounds like Geilige Geest, which is something different entirely.

mr.G
02-01-2006, 11:51:09
:lol:
horny spirit vs. holy spirit
don't know if the german pope makes the same mistake.

mr_G
12-08-2006, 13:54:50
the word of today is: tjongejonge

C.G.B. Spender
12-08-2006, 13:57:55
fuckyfucky

mr_G
12-08-2006, 14:13:08
that's not dutch- FACT!!!

C.G.B. Spender
12-08-2006, 14:20:47
factyfacty

Greg W
13-08-2006, 00:45:03
Originally posted by mr_G
the word of today is: tjongejonge That's a lot of days with no words. Either dutch has far less than 3,500 odd words, or mr_G isn't trying real hard. :hmm:

Oerdin
13-08-2006, 05:54:44
Poop is also a Dutch word.

mr_G
13-08-2006, 08:41:35
poep is the word.

Colon
13-08-2006, 09:40:21
Originally posted by Greg W
That's a lot of days with no words. Either dutch has far less than 3,500 odd words, or mr_G isn't trying real hard. :hmm:

Or maybe that's why it takes 10 years to learn Dutch.

devilmunchkin
14-08-2006, 05:08:03
use it in a sentence..then translate it..and tell me how to pronouce it.

the way i'm thinking about it, dutch seems like such a cutsie language to speak.

mr_G
14-08-2006, 07:49:58
fladder fladder fladder
twee titeen op een ladder
twee tieten op een speer
tjongejonge jonge wat is het weer een kloten weer.

Funko
14-08-2006, 08:23:25
We should really use this thread to teach MrG Dutch.

mr_G
14-08-2006, 08:49:30
goed plan

Drekkus
14-08-2006, 10:50:02
That means good plan.

Tizzy
14-08-2006, 10:52:01
It's useful we have someone here who can speak not only Dutch and English but also mrg-speak

MoSe
14-08-2006, 11:04:17
Dutch it's already an Anglo-German merge, so that's The mrg-merge

hmm...
mrG + AnnC...

E = mr_G + 'n' C2!

mr_G
14-08-2006, 11:10:47
is she not yellow?

MoSe
14-08-2006, 11:13:25
hot as pure energy

emerge and see
emergency!

Drekkus
14-08-2006, 12:38:09
E=MrG2

mr_G
14-08-2006, 12:41:12
yup full of energy

devilmunchkin
14-08-2006, 15:56:28
wait...so mr g isn't speaking real dutch?

Tizzy
14-08-2006, 16:02:04
Actual conversation from a couple of days ago:

Tizzy: you can't believe everything a short Dutchie tells you
Funko: no, I can't understand everything a short Dutchie tells me
Tizzy: but you speak fluent Dutch
Funko: yes, but he doesn't

Drekkus
14-08-2006, 16:02:32
No. It's like his english, but worse.

Drekkus
14-08-2006, 16:03:06
Originally posted by Tizzy
Actual conversation from a couple of days ago:

Tizzy: you can't believe everything a short Dutchie tells you
Funko: no, I can't understand everything a short Dutchie tells me
Tizzy: but you speak fluent Dutch
Funko: yes, but he doesn't :lol: :lol:

Funko
14-08-2006, 16:20:04
I'm not even sure if he can speak roosendaaler.

devilmunchkin
14-08-2006, 19:22:16
is it that he uses alot of slang?

Japher
14-08-2006, 20:24:19
jes jes

Colon
14-08-2006, 20:45:05
Originally posted by devilmunchkin
is it that he uses alot of slang?

"slang" is the Dutch word for "snake", by the way.

mr_G
14-08-2006, 21:13:21
Originally posted by Tizzy
Actual conversation from a couple of days ago:

Tizzy: you can't believe everything a short Dutchie tells you
Funko: no, I can't understand everything a short Dutchie tells me
Tizzy: but you speak fluent Dutch
Funko: yes, but he doesn't :lol:
jesjes i'm great wizzz words

mr_G
15-08-2006, 08:12:37
Originally posted by devilmunchkin
is it that he uses alot of slang? It's not slang i just have my own way of communicating.

Colon
15-08-2006, 08:26:40
It's how he spoke with his imaginary friends during childhood.

mr_G
15-08-2006, 08:42:06
childhood?
nonono darm i've got lots of imaginary friends.

Drekkus
15-08-2006, 09:03:29
Like me.

mr_G
15-08-2006, 09:24:40
no i don't like you

Drekkus
15-08-2006, 09:32:26
You imagine I'm your friend.

mr_G
15-08-2006, 09:38:04
imagine allllll the ppl

Drekkus
15-08-2006, 09:53:57
Learning dutch with Puppets!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YTBQOC_35s

mr_G
15-08-2006, 09:57:36
jahaaaa... jahaaaa.. joajoaa.... JAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ehehehehehehehe

MoSe
16-08-2006, 07:50:41
Originally posted by mr_G
imagine allllll the snails

mr_G
16-08-2006, 07:51:53
nonono that's the snailman

MoSe
16-08-2006, 08:40:55
snailway to heaven

Drekkus
16-08-2006, 10:00:46
\../

Drekkus
18-08-2006, 13:48:29
http://www.eddyechternach.nl/english.html

Brilliant. All dutch proverbs translated!

Japher
18-08-2006, 14:03:22
so how would you say Snakes on a Plane?

Colon
18-08-2006, 14:06:48
Slaajnge oep een fliegmasjien

Japher
18-08-2006, 14:10:06
w00t!

Drekkus
18-08-2006, 14:15:20
Originally posted by Colon
Slaajnge oep een fliegmasjien :lol: Gekken belg

Would those snakes be actually be on the plane, or located inside the plane?

mr_G
19-08-2006, 19:36:00
:lol:

pretty nice Aantwaorps

mr_G
19-08-2006, 19:40:25
Originally posted by Drekkus
http://www.eddyechternach.nl/english.html

Brilliant. All dutch proverbs translated! :lol:

a shame that "than is the heck from the dam" er nie tussen staat

mr_G
13-12-2006, 16:50:17
Originally posted by Colon
Slaajnge oep een fliegmasjien :lol:

Lurker the Second
13-12-2006, 17:00:07
These words are useless if you don't know how to pronounce them.

MOBIUS
13-12-2006, 17:00:49
Yeah, only nine years to go!!!:eek:

Drekkus
18-12-2006, 16:15:23
Hi, ha, hondenlul!
>Untranslatable expression, commonly used at soccer matches to abuse the referee. The last word refers to one of the smaller extremities of a dog...

King_Ghidra
18-12-2006, 16:18:31
zinloos geweld all round!

Mr. Bas
18-12-2006, 16:48:38
What's untranslatable about hi, ha, dog's dick?

King_Ghidra
18-12-2006, 16:59:58
the traditional dutch greeting

Drekkus
18-12-2006, 17:04:47
it's also an insult to well hung dogs.

King_Ghidra
18-12-2006, 17:07:05
ik ook