Discussion in 'Attention Seekers' started by Wrecky, Jan 13, 2017.
@mikeconley11 , do you know any polish word? Maybe you heard about "kurwa"?
Just Polski and witam. What's kurwa?
I speak some Turkish but it's not great
It's mean "****".
I know some French, but also it's not so great as I would like it to be.
edit: I asked you about this word, because every time when I speak with foreigners, they only know two words: "Cześć" (Hi) and "Kurwa".
I want a French accent. French accents are the best, or maybe Russian.
Lmao I didn't know either of those words. I've been living in shared accommodation with this Polish couple all year (and other internationals) and I haven't picked up any of their language
I'm sure that your English is 1000 times better than all of our Polish combined
@Heuxx Do you have a husky voice? Whenever I read your posts, it is a husky voice, informed by what you look like, speaking the words to me.
How about the hand wave to signal saying hello? Isn't it the same gesture over there?
Yes, it is. Same for "Hello" and "bye".
Well... to be honest, it depends. I can change my voice depending on what I want to achieve. So yes, sometimes it's husky (probably most of the time) but also I can be sweet as hell. When I was younger boys always wanted to talk with me on the phone/skype because of that. Sometimes not even to talk but to listen to me while I was reading.
When I first came over to California, they told me that the middle finger meant saying hello.
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