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|#2 - Comment deleted [+] (3 new replies)||08/04/2014 on Top Story.||-2|
|#121 - Because not everyone actually hates them you bandwagoning douche. [+] (1 new reply)||08/04/2014 on Death clock||0|
|#171 - ...you're mentally challenged, aren't you?||08/04/2014 on Not a bad idea, really||0|
|#21 - That always confuses the hell out of me... why do names have d… [+] (3 new replies)||08/03/2014 on 'Merica||+2|
#139 - sarahm (08/04/2014) [-]
I do know that when the British first invaded Ireland, they didn't want them speaking Irish cause they couldn't understand them, so when they asked the names of the counties (states), and the Irish would say something like Dubh Linn, the British just decided to make it sound more English, which is where Dublin came from. Although now its Baile Ath Cliath in Irish Makes no sense to me either
tldr It could be a result of british invasions
#22 - mutzaki (08/03/2014) [-]
I guess to avoid awkward mispronunciations that end up becoming their own words for each language anyway. Brits saying "Sverige" would end up making it sound like a completely different word (Svee-raig? Svee-ridge? Svee-ree-gay?), so they might as well just call it Sweden.
#27 - sienimies (08/04/2014) [-]
It isn't like that in every case though, let's take finland for example. Most languages call it finland or something similar, but finns call it simply "Suomi" which is nothing alike. It's probably been that swedes have looked at some plot of land and though "Let's call it Finland" while some finns have been there and thought "Let's call this Suomi".
And well, Swedish, English and German are related to each other as languages so their versions aren't too far from each other.
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|#8 - Sometimes your reality can't possibly fit your dream... so cha…||08/03/2014 on Elephants Can't Play Piano||0|
|#45 - "I bought a product after viewing it's ad!" -Nobody||08/03/2014 on youtube ads||+7|
|#9 - Picture [+] (6 new replies)||08/03/2014 on Death clock||+20|
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#31 - anon (08/03/2014) [-]
It's ok, Nickelback is actually used to drain the sanity from americans why don't you just look at this photograph.
|#13 - Why can't they just kill it first? What good does it bring to … [+] (1 new reply)||08/03/2014 on cannibalism??||0|
#14 - amuzen (08/07/2014) [-]
it lets them store them for long periods of time before cooking em and have them remain fresh. The reason restaurants don't have live chicken is because you have to properly flay and clean it before hand. Before that chickens are kept in equal-worse conditions until they're ready to be prepped and eaten.
|#3 - ...okay, ya lost me, I have no idea what any of this means. [+] (2 new replies)||08/03/2014 on Fourth Time's The Charm||+3|