Russian Memes are Bizarre - MrPutter: doing things the hard way, because it is there.
Russian Memes are Bizarre|
Превед / Медвед was kinda cute, when all was said and done (although thankfully short-lived). (превед кросавчег?)
Пятнеца, on the other hand, I just don't get. Other than that it often seems to be related to singing animals of some sort."алилуйа пятнеца!"
Current Location: T2L 2C7
Current Mood: curious
Current Music: ксиу -- вместо жизни
Tags: meme, strange cat, русский язык
What do you mean, "where's [it] at"?
I guess I should have said "how's your russian?" or "how good are you with russian?" Visually, I was enquiry where it is on the scale from bad to good...
Oh, pretty poor. Not quite as good as my Hindi, and I'm sure dubaiwalla
can tell you all about how piss-poor that
is. I've made an attempt over the past year or so to study Russian, in preparation for my future (I hope) bike trip along the Trans-Siberian railway... although my attempt to "study" it has so far consisted of buying a Russian dictionary and using it to struggle through regular visits to Russian humour sites and LJ pages.
And, uh, reading Garfield
Actually, I can't remember ever hearing you try to speak in Hindi, at least beyond occasionally trying to pronounce the name of an Indian dish in a restaurant. And since our I so seldom speak in Hindi around you, I can't really gauge for myself how much of it you follow.
Also, Babelfish hasn't helped me understand a single bit of the Russian in this post.
No, it won't have. Except in the "current music" part. Where it would have told you, uhh, what the name of the song means.
Oh, and in my tags, "русско" just means "Russian."
Like I said, all that Russian nonsense refers to various memes that have been making the rounds in recent months. They aren't proper Russian, so won't mean anything to Babelfish. "Превед кросавчег" and "Медвед" are (reasonably throughly, if circumlocutorily) explored here
I'm not so sure yet about what "Пятнеца" is all about, other than that it seems to be another recent meme related to joyous and/or singing animals. "алилуйа" transliterates as "hallelujah."
|Date:||June 16th, 2007 07:34 pm (UTC)|| |
Give me link to X-Rumer 3.0 program
Who know some info about xrumer? Or website with description...
It's very interesting program, but I forgot url :(
P.S. Hmmm... this forum category is interesting and sometimes funny ;)
|Date:||August 26th, 2007 02:54 am (UTC)|| |
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