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A Thwid, gá dom a fhios conas a rá "cait" as Gaeilge

Started by Pope Pixie Pickle, October 05, 2014, 10:53:09 PM

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AND IF ANYONE KNOWS WHAT A FETISH INVOLVING HAND PUPPETS  IS CALLED THIS WOULD BE ALSO BRILLIANT.

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I'm not quite sure, but I think Hand Puppet Fetish is filed under Agalmatophilia.
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I want to know why Waffles knows what the fetish is called.
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"I'm guessing it was January 2007, a meeting in Bethesda, we got a bag of bees and just started smashing them on the desk," Charles Wick said. "It was very complicated."


Pope Pixie Pickle

i played cards against humanity and the topic of wanking with handpuppets came up.

Pope Pixie Pickle

as for the cats thing i was trying to work out what a hashtag translation of #catscatscats would be in as many languages as possible.

I got french and italian so far.

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Mangrove

Quote from: Pope Pixie Pickle on October 06, 2014, 01:30:04 AM
as for the cats thing i was trying to work out what a hashtag translation of #catscatscats would be in as many languages as possible.

I got french and italian so far.

trí cait  (3 cats)
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Quote from: Mangrove on October 07, 2014, 09:40:24 PM
Quote from: Pope Pixie Pickle on October 06, 2014, 01:30:04 AM
as for the cats thing i was trying to work out what a hashtag translation of #catscatscats would be in as many languages as possible.

I got french and italian so far.

trí cait  (3 cats)

This is correct.

Cat, cats, cats.

Aon cat, dha cait, tri cait, ceathair cait....

The singular, cat, would sound like cudth. The plural cait would sounds like kutch.
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The pronunciations are approximate, incidentally. In the singular cat, both the c and the t are broad consonants (rough equivalent, hard consonants in English). Broad is pronounced against the teeth if possible, so "T" takes a "th" sound. With cait, the c remains broad but the t becomes slender (soft consonants in English), and is therefore pronounced with the tongue against the back gums, so that it makes a sort of ch sound. (as a side note, if c were slender, it would sound like a kyuh, with the yuh being very slight.)
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It's like kutch, kutch, kutch kutch kutch
back in the day it's like kutch kutch kutch
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Cain

Quotethe lure of theriac lay in its exotic, even repulsive content (viper's flesh as the main ingredient), its cost (exorbitant), and the supposed difficulty in preparing it. Arnald de Villanova, a professor at the medical school of Montpellier around 1300, wrote an entire treatise on the topic, "On the dosage of theriac medicines" (De dosi tyriacalium medicinarum).

Best I could do, looking for something that rhymed with/was phonetically similar to crack.