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Listening to an Indian an the phone thinking 'how is what ' re saying even
words?' Sounds like a bunch !
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#9 - devilil (07/07/2013) [-]
This will be very useful
User avatar #28 - demandsgayversion (07/07/2013) [-]
Why make up your own language when you can read minds?
#78 to #28 - trollolololgabe (07/07/2013) [-]
actually lol'd at that comment. Good job.
#20 - Wumbologist (07/07/2013) [-]
There's something hilariously ironic that English-speakers (y'know, that language that's the bastard child of French, Latin, and ancient Germanic tribal languages that's been around for roughly 1000 years) would be calling one of the most ancient languages on Earth "made-up."
#3 - mraye (07/06/2013) [-]
It's funny when a comedian says Chinese is made up, but it's sad when real people say this and are serious.
#8 to #3 - John Cena (07/06/2013) [-]
Why does everyone seem to think that everything on FB is serious?
User avatar #15 to #8 - zakaizer (07/07/2013) [-]
If you've seen the people on FB and know them in reality, you'd believe they were being serious
#43 to #15 - John Cena (07/07/2013) [-]
I have.
And I know they're hardly ever serious unless they're talking politics.
#13 to #8 - John Cena (07/07/2013) [-]
Oneself's stupidity is fearful, exposure to fear is saddening, depression leads to anger, anger is the doorway to the dark side, young padawan.
User avatar #11 to #8 - kuchikirukia (07/07/2013) [-]
Poe's law.
User avatar #53 to #3 - somefunnyshitihope (07/07/2013) [-]
"real people"
#4 to #3 - John Cena (07/06/2013) [-]
of course it is... where are you trying to get?
User avatar #5 to #3 - threadz (07/06/2013) [-]
But it is made up. Just like all other languages, cultures, ideas, and pretty much everything involved with humans.
#6 to #5 - mraye (07/06/2013) [-]
There's made up, and then there's development and evolution of history and culture.
User avatar #7 to #6 - threadz (07/06/2013) [-]
tomato potato
User avatar #10 - atrumaliger (07/07/2013) [-]
I shouted as silently as I could.
User avatar #67 to #10 - emostrawberry (07/07/2013) [-]
Artyum :3
User avatar #12 to #10 - cruxim (07/07/2013) [-]
We meet again Atrum...
#83 to #12 - atrumaliger (07/07/2013) [-]
Well hullo there. always a pleasure.
#23 - vissova (07/07/2013) [-]
I want to find and destroy these foolish people.
User avatar #66 to #23 - whatevsnicktrololo (07/07/2013) [-]
But, K-k-k-carrotcake, nooooooo!
#14 - iamundecided (07/07/2013) [-]
"That's what I reckon"
User avatar #33 to #14 - kolsinder (07/07/2013) [-]
What? I live in England and I use 'reckon' all the time.
User avatar #37 - tuckthisphit (07/07/2013) [-]
Proper grammar and good sentences,and made hundreds of people believe this.
8/10 nice troll
User avatar #17 - crazyhindu (07/07/2013) [-]
as an indian ash'wrgha[iofarjg9hsdl
#52 to #17 - carnageboy (07/07/2013) [-]
Finally a person from my country   
Im from New Delhi btw, wbu
Finally a person from my country
Im from New Delhi btw, wbu
User avatar #98 to #52 - crazyhindu (07/07/2013) [-]
Uh.....sorry to break it to you but I'm in the U.S but my family is from banaglore.
#29 - crazyolitis (07/07/2013) [-]
Haven't these people even read the simplest of history books?
Haven't these people even read the simplest of history books?
#40 to #29 - John Cena (07/07/2013) [-]
i work for second job in a vietnamese restaurant, not that i need extra cash, but i love to be there, as moch as other people likes disco. is like to live in a TV comedy.

It make me feel like i'm watching the situation between neandertahl and sapiens, from the viewpoint of the first one..

I think before year 3000 asians will be over 80 % of human population.

So, i'll die (hopefully in at least other 40 years) knowing the exact moment the situation began, wich is 2006.

I mean, in year 10000 or 30000 history books will read: "Somewhere between 1950 and 2040 it began" But... the exact moment is known only by who accepted the fact in peace. "These people" can't get it.
User avatar #44 to #29 - evanthebrony (07/07/2013) [-]
his cigar looks like a dick
#63 - oxan (07/07/2013) [-]
"I honestly think they all make up their own language and called it Chinese."
User avatar #72 - spawnconnery ONLINE (07/07/2013) [-]
I was sitting in German class and these two stupid chicks were sitting there saying "Why can't everyone speak English?"
User avatar #88 to #72 - chiefrunnyjeans (07/07/2013) [-]
It actually would be nice if everyone just learned English. It's the dominant language in all global communication.
User avatar #89 to #88 - spawnconnery ONLINE (07/07/2013) [-]
Nice as it would be, these bitches didn't understand why everyone speaks different languages, they weren't discussing how it would be easier if everyone learned one.
#84 to #72 - amuzen (07/07/2013) [-]
I read this and first I was like ha stupid bitches of course everyone can't just speak english because foreign languages.... are... wait why don't we all just try to learn how to speak english? I can't really see any benefit to people have a diversity of language, like I understand it takes time to learn a new language so a culture would be slow to change from their original language to the trade language...
I mean I guess some would argue chinese might be a better language for all the world to learn because it has the biggest population speaking it as a primary language but English is more readily available for people to learn world wide and is considered an easier language to pick up so... why not strive to make it so that everyone speaks English?
now lets get this straight I'm not saying why can't everyone just speak my language so I don't have to learn! what I'm saying is why can't everyone try to learn the same language so that we can all communicate world wide.

Although I digress, onto the original topic
I think that watching a ton of japanese cartoons has made it so I am better equipped to deal with foreign accents because my mom can't ever seem to understand anything they say but it makes perfect sense to me.
#90 to #84 - ordog (07/07/2013) [-]
I understand your point of view from an economic sense i.e. in a globalized world it would be more practical to have one unifying language in order to make communications between different groups easier. I used to think that made sense but I didn't take into account that language has a clear tie to a group's culture. Unifying nations under one language would gradually eliminate the cultural diversity we have. And that is not a hypothetical statement, it is actually something that is happening right now.    
A language is shaped to agree with the idiosyncrasy of the people using it. I remember an anthropology professor talking to me about how a tribe in the north pole (Sorry, I don't remember exactly where) had nearly 400 words for Snow! They had 400 words because snow is important for them. Each one of these 400 words describes what kind of snow it is. e.g. morning snow, hard snow, snow that melts easily, etc. In English we have many words for thing relating to drugs and sex (this is not a personal opinion, it is a fact).    
What i'm saying with this is that language agrees with the lifestyle of a population, and this determines their philosophical viewpoint of the world. So making one language the norm, or the common language, would just kill cultures that have been shaped by thousands of years of civilization in order to create a more economically sensible world. Some could argue that this is a good thing because the overvaluation of one's beliefs (religion, economical-political orientation, philosophical viewpoint) is the motor of war and destruction (I'm thinking of E.M Cioran, goo.gl/JsIic)  but plurality is actually the motor of development because of competition, which is the premise behind capitalism.    
I will leave this TED talk here about why having different cultures (remember cultures and languages are inextricably tied)  is so important.  [url deleted]    
   
For my lazy friends TL;DR: having one language affects cultural and economical development.
I understand your point of view from an economic sense i.e. in a globalized world it would be more practical to have one unifying language in order to make communications between different groups easier. I used to think that made sense but I didn't take into account that language has a clear tie to a group's culture. Unifying nations under one language would gradually eliminate the cultural diversity we have. And that is not a hypothetical statement, it is actually something that is happening right now.
A language is shaped to agree with the idiosyncrasy of the people using it. I remember an anthropology professor talking to me about how a tribe in the north pole (Sorry, I don't remember exactly where) had nearly 400 words for Snow! They had 400 words because snow is important for them. Each one of these 400 words describes what kind of snow it is. e.g. morning snow, hard snow, snow that melts easily, etc. In English we have many words for thing relating to drugs and sex (this is not a personal opinion, it is a fact).
What i'm saying with this is that language agrees with the lifestyle of a population, and this determines their philosophical viewpoint of the world. So making one language the norm, or the common language, would just kill cultures that have been shaped by thousands of years of civilization in order to create a more economically sensible world. Some could argue that this is a good thing because the overvaluation of one's beliefs (religion, economical-political orientation, philosophical viewpoint) is the motor of war and destruction (I'm thinking of E.M Cioran, goo.gl/JsIic) but plurality is actually the motor of development because of competition, which is the premise behind capitalism.
I will leave this TED talk here about why having different cultures (remember cultures and languages are inextricably tied) is so important. [url deleted]

For my lazy friends TL;DR: having one language affects cultural and economical development.
#95 to #90 - amuzen (07/07/2013) [-]
I understand it would effect cultural and economical development but I believe it would effect it in a positive manner because people would be able to develop as a global community with a sort of mega culture shaped by smaller kind of meta cultures.

also they didn't really have 400 different words for snow they just had prefixs similar to our adjectives that modified the meaning of the word snow so it would be like instead of saying hard snow it would be hardsnow
I do get where you're coming from though I understand it 'effects' a culture but I think the positives would outweigh the negatives by such a ridiculous degree those changes would be kind of negligible.
#96 to #95 - ordog (07/07/2013) [-]
I would agree with you if what you were talking about was having some sort of lingua franca or bridge language for practical purposes while retaining smaller languages and cultures. I believe that homogeneity is unhealthy, and it doesn't have positive effects.

Do you know the name of the tribe with the snow words? I would like to look into that more deeply.
By the way, "affect" is used as a verb. Effect is the resulting change.
#97 to #96 - amuzen (07/07/2013) [-]
I don't recall their name I learned about them in my native arts class back in middle school, since I grew up on an island that was predominately Tlingit and Haida our focus was almost entirely on those tribes.
#92 to #90 - ordog (07/07/2013) [-]
Sorry, the last URL is this one
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#93 to #92 - ordog (07/07/2013) [-]
Sorry again, I can't seem to post the link, Last try.
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#94 to #93 - ordog (07/07/2013) [-]
If anyone is still interested search Wade Davis: Dreams from endangered cultures, In TED talks.
If anyone is still interested search Wade Davis: Dreams from endangered cultures, In TED talks.
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User avatar #86 to #84 - spawnconnery ONLINE (07/07/2013) [-]
While yes I see your point, the way they were talking about it was as if they couldn't fathom why other people spoke other languages, they weren't saying it would be more logical if people spoke the same language.
User avatar #16 - gildemoono (07/07/2013) [-]
"I honestly think they all make up their own language and called it chinese"

Fairly sure that pretty much EXACTLY how you make any language.
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#73 to #47 - John Cena (07/07/2013) [-]
I watch them with subtitles because they somehow manage to find only the most aggravating people to voice over...
User avatar #82 to #47 - omfgitsstsix (07/07/2013) [-]
I don't typically like Chinese. I just find it annoying. I like Japanese though. It sounds cheerful to in some way.
#48 to #47 - John Cena (07/07/2013) [-]
I hope you die, weaboo faggot.
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User avatar #51 to #47 - carnageboy (07/07/2013) [-]
Yep, Subs > dubs
User avatar #54 to #51 - mymiddleleg ONLINE (07/07/2013) [-]
Not always
User avatar #55 to #54 - carnageboy (07/07/2013) [-]
Give me an example then
User avatar #75 to #55 - supervillanus (07/07/2013) [-]
What about FMA brotherhood?
#59 to #55 - comradewinter ONLINE (07/07/2013) [-]
Angel Beats and Clannad had good dubs, if you ask me. Pretty much the same actors, but a lot of them had soothing voices that sounded a tad bit annoying in Japanese.
User avatar #58 to #55 - mymiddleleg ONLINE (07/07/2013) [-]
Was gonna say cowboy bebop, Death Note had excellent dubs
User avatar #56 to #55 - asterael (07/07/2013) [-]
Cowboy Bebop had a pretty good dub
User avatar #57 to #56 - carnageboy (07/07/2013) [-]
yeah, i gotta agree on that one
User avatar #18 - Tolovefurikuri ONLINE (07/07/2013) [-]
stephen king wrote in one of his Dark tower novels that an elderly Japanese couple "spoke like singing birds" i know a little bit of Japanese and honestly it sounds much more eloquent and flows alot easier off the tongue one you get used to it. its funny to say that Asian languages sound made up, when english is quite literally the hardest language to learn for anyone born to a different native tongue. want to travel to another country? get a community collage degree in english and go teach. i **** you not thats all it takes.
User avatar #19 to #18 - Tolovefurikuri ONLINE (07/07/2013) [-]
once you get used to it** sorry its late grammar degrades past 11 pm
#61 to #18 - John Cena (07/07/2013) [-]
I know it's been said before but English isn't the hardest language to learn, I'm Portuguese living in England for 10 years, it took me like 3 months to learn how to speak fluently. You wouldn't be able to do that with Portuguese or most other latin languages for that matter.

In fact even Portuguese people find it hard to speak Portuguese.
User avatar #64 to #18 - daentraya (07/07/2013) [-]
Any foreign language will sound like a big slur of sound with no breaks, but i think japanese all in all flows better. It's like being a robot, trying to decipher all these sounds without the knowledge and ability of a human's brain
#24 to #18 - WillJi (07/07/2013) [-]
I disagree. English isn't literally the hardest language to learn. It doesn't even make the top ten of hardest languages. Having been raised on both English and Chinese, I can tell you I much rather have English. I suppose the most accurate description is "inefficient". When you have similar sounding words you run into a lot of issues. I've even seen fluent native speakers have to stop mid convo and ask which word in what context the other person is trying to say. The writing system is hard too. It's because literacy used to be a tool of the upper class, so they purposely made it difficult so the common folk can't pick it up as easily. Basically any language without a simple phoenetic alphabet is harder than english.
User avatar #103 to #24 - Tolovefurikuri ONLINE (07/11/2013) [-]
that might be a more apt description yes. maybe what i should of been going for is the structure of the english grammar itself is so different than many languages, and i should be more specific, most oriental tongues find english difficult, due in part to the lack of... whats the wording im lookign for... self reconization? example: Bob to Joe "i like your shirt" in japanese it would be more like " Bob to Joe: "Bob likes Joe's shirt"
#87 - olesc (07/07/2013) [-]
"make up their own language and call it chinese"
"make up their own language and call it chinese"
User avatar #2 - visiting (07/06/2013) [-]
**visiting rolls 684** see you on fp
User avatar #25 - welfarekid (07/07/2013) [-]
the girl who commented on the other girls status is trolling
#65 - confusedasian (07/07/2013) [-]
Every single language is just made up noises put together and symbolizes something, you ignorant twat. Back when there was no "language" they grunted and moaned. It sounds like nothing now, but they understood it clearly because it symbolizes something that they knew.    
   
   
   
Geez, I left 			****		 just to get phanny flustered? I'm going back.
Every single language is just made up noises put together and symbolizes something, you ignorant twat. Back when there was no "language" they grunted and moaned. It sounds like nothing now, but they understood it clearly because it symbolizes something that they knew.



Geez, I left **** just to get phanny flustered? I'm going back.
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