LauraK wrote:emira wrote:Well, I'm not surprised...
I love how in my head, you sounded just like Jemaine when you said that.
This is how it sounded in my head too
Hi emira! Fantastic use of that quote
Glad I've finally found people who get those quotes
SuzyBatt wrote:Oh, and I love Poland!!! (I was there for only a short visit in the '80s but it left a lasting impression.)
Poland has changed A LOT since then but I hope it would still leave a lasting impression, if you visited today. Not many of those on the roads today
kellysouthpaw wrote:Hi Emira! While I am not from Poland, my Great Grandfather and Great Grandmother came over to the USA from Poland, And my grandfather taught me a little (we are talking REAL little) Polish... Czeckya...? Is that the correct spelling? That is how I was taught to say it phonically...anyway, a LOT of Polish pride in my family
AWWW, so happy to find some Polish blood in here . The spelling is CzeÅ›Ä‡ with really soft 'sh' and 'ch' at the end.
Anyone fancy learning some Polish? I find The Doggy Bounce translation really good but the lyrics aren't too complicated, right ? The pronunciation suffers a little bit, though. When I heard it for the first time, I thought it was Russian or Serbian or maybe I wasn't prepared to hear Polish in the show and this is how my language really sounds .
So anyway, thank you for making me feel so welcomed