Discussion in 'Warbirds International' started by bizerk, Dec 22, 2018.
Welcome to dedicated topic.
And while we are at it: https://forum.wbfree.net/index.php?threads/Тема-сисек.31493/page-417
We're already continiousely checking that sixes there:
They killed Kenny video!!!
bizerk, have you in polish language such confusions like when concatenating 2 words one outer symbol from one word mentaly attacjes to another word making catastrophic changes in whole phrase meaning?
In russian lang we found such 2 words: "skazochnoe" and "Bali". First word means "fantasic", "dreamlike", "fabulous", and the second word means itself - Bali island.
One girl made hashtag #skazochoebali , and last symbol "e" from first word easily visually moves to second word "bali" making it to the verb in past time: "ebali".
So the girl wanted to write "fabulous Bali" but got "fabulously fucked"... yeah, definitely she would love to be fabulously fucked on Bali beaches...
That's a structurally sound and very well designed undercarriage. The rest of the fuselage is very appealing as well. If it flies as good as it looks it must be one hell of a ride.
There's a bit of a nice six to check in this one here, but mostly it's just GREAT music.
Lol, nice story So "skazochnoe" derives from сказка. The language with the craziest compound nouns is probably German, and some of those words are notoriously long.
And today is International Women's Day, so let us all say: #skazochoebai!
Vsem devushkam - skazochnogo Bali !
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"skazochnogo Bali" = speaking from the balls?
hash-tag "#skazochnoebali" written by 1 girl after viziting island Bali was intended as to be "skazochnoe Bali" , but i could be easily read as "skazochno ebali" (greately fucked).
so my wishes to girls ("skazochnogo Bali") are "to vizit Bali and that vizit to be 'skazochnym' ". but if they know about that corrupt hashtag, they can think that i wish them great fuck - well, that is also true
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ONGG2iyBr Enjoy you old pilots
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