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post #106 of 122
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Originally Posted by alphaO888 View Post
+1

Taiwanese mandarin is horrible (and I'm American/Taiwanese)

heh.. I wouldn't go as far as to say its horrible. Just far from pure.
post #107 of 122
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Originally Posted by Eason View Post
People in Beijing said that. I have a creeping feeling that you're Chinese so I'm going to stop talking to you now.

That people was kidding you. I am a Chinese, born and raised in China mainland. The topic is end.
post #108 of 122
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Originally Posted by ALFAMALE View Post
whats this guy's name...?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thaksin_Shinawatra
post #109 of 122
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Originally Posted by Maccimus View Post
That people was kidding you. I am a Chinese, born and raised in China mainland. The topic is end.
我同意! 让我们创造一个和谐社会! 我肏. I know they were kidding me, because I asked which province spoke Mandarin the best, and they answered with a place which isn't even a province of China.
post #110 of 122
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Originally Posted by idfnl View Post
Not to change the subject too much, but which would you rather hit, left or right?

right all the way
post #111 of 122
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Originally Posted by Eason View Post
No, only filthy Chinese/whatever he is. They're like 小强.

Hmm I see a Stephen Chow joke.
post #112 of 122
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Originally Posted by mr.orange View Post
right all the way

I would agree!
post #113 of 122
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
Is he German?

American.
post #114 of 122
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Originally Posted by Eason View Post
I don't think so, I think the Chinee know what's up. Ask them who speaks Mandarin the best, they'll tell you "Taiwan".
Yeah, to beijingers taiwan accent = girly faggot-speak with no testicles, in taiwain beijing accent = ... well, terrible. Which it actually is. Mandarin spoke in mainland is more "accurate", at least in some cities, not in the south where canto sneaks in, but sounds absolutely terrible for the most part. beijinghua: "Shhhhrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr shhshshhshrrrrrrhrhrshhh" rough translation. In my opinion at least.
post #115 of 122
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post #116 of 122
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Originally Posted by Navi View Post
Yeah, to beijingers taiwan accent = girly faggot-speak with no testicles, in taiwain beijing accent = ... well, terrible. Which it actually is. Mandarin spoke in mainland is more "accurate", at least in some cities, not in the south where canto sneaks in, but sounds absolutely terrible for the most part. beijinghua: "Shhhhrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr shhshshhshrrrrrrhrhrshhh" rough translation. In my opinion at least.
I like Dong Bei hua spoken by girls, but don't like Beijing Hua spoken by anybody. Ask a taxi driver to go someplace even relatively obscure and it will sound like they're belching "Aaaarrr? Brrdddddrrrrrraaaa! Brrrddddrrrrraaaaaaaa!" (while shaking head angrily) Fat northern Chinese look and sound like jabba the hut “啊儿? 哪儿了? 不儿道了儿! NAACHANIIIIICHUUUU, GAGA DO SARLAC!!!”
post #117 of 122
May I suggest Billionaire Square and Billionaire Couture to hermes man. http://www.luxist.com/tag/Flavio+Briatore/ http://www.billionairecouture.com/en...yle/people.php
post #118 of 122
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Originally Posted by culverwood View Post
May I suggest Billionaire Square and Billionaire Couture to hermes man.
http://www.luxist.com/tag/Flavio+Briatore/
http://www.billionairecouture.com/en...yle/people.php

Of course hermes man wont buy such shit.

It has no big gaudy logos, it has no advertising, it has no celebrities wearing it, it has no runway shows and pictures of models wearing the togs, it has no nice paper bags given away free for any purchase ... ...
post #119 of 122
Lol northern mainland Chinese mandarin is fucking unbearable. Roll your tongue a bit more please.
post #120 of 122
Oy vey -> enough with the mandarin cantonese bullshit, start a new thread
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