As a Canadian, I have to learn French because it's a mandatory course and I've been having French for 5 years, yet I still only know how to say bonjour and comman çava, great
@StarsAyyy, and somehow you still don't know how to write them.
@wiseheadlesschicken, the worst thing is too, I live in Toronto and I literally have never heard anyone speaking French here. Ever.
@StarsAyyy, Man ur lucky I'm stuck in Quebec with only French people :(
@ZeWolfe, yeah my family doesn't have a house and we're middle class so we can't afford any property so we might move to Montreal and I don't wanna
@StarsAyyy, I'm from Montreal, I speak french and english on a daily basis. Not that bad
@StarsAyyy, Not sure why English peoples complain, I've been learning english at school since I'm 5 years old. It's really fun to learn multiple dialects.
@StarsAyyy, I did French for around 7 years or so, the best I can do is, "Bonjour, je suis le gros fromage".
@StarsAyyy, man none of my French teachers actually spoke French, just read from the text book. But 7 years of it thank god I can count to 10.
Normally, I hate these "autistic screeching" memes. But this one is actually pretty funny.
@Scott Sterling, I am autistic (I have aspergers... so... not the autism you're thinking of) and French....
This is hilarious.
@Unamused Llama, I have Asperger's too, so don't worry.
@Scott Sterling, I have assburgers too. *pulls out a bacon cheeseburger*
@Unamused Llama, @Scott Sterling, as a fellow Aspie (read that somewhere and it stuck in my head), I would agree that we're like everyone else with a little twist to our world view to make it a bit more interesting. I like to think it was an aspie who came up with a lot of inventions/improvements to our daily life that makes it what it is. Imagine if Gutenberg never figured out how to make a movable-type printing press, or no one figured out how to make an internal combustion engine. I could go on, but I'm sure everything we use today was first thought of by one of us.
That said, I, too, find this pic amusing, just because I'm sure every non-native English speaker is going nuts trying to figure out the language.
@AJMalone, @Scott Sterling, ASPIES UNITE!
Would be funnier if "bla bla bla screeching" was actually in French
@Not Stuckpixel inc, i reread the comic, realized my comment was dumb and replaced it with this public message:
all doggos are puppers , be good to doggos
@devil driver, *claps* You tried
@Not Stuckpixel inc, *awkward thumbs up*
@devil driver, thimbs
@Not Stuckpixel inc, there. now no one knows.
@devil driver, comment editing caused more problems for me than it helped... this is one of the reasons
@Not Stuckpixel inc, Le cri d'autisme
@Not Stuckpixel inc, it has its good and bad moments, especially at 5am lol
@Sven and Otar, Cri autistique or Hurlement autistique**
@Fearless Fapper, in my understanding of French grammar just pairing "cri" and "autistique" isn't correct, to properly say this you have to effectively say "the cry/screech of autism". That said, I'm not a native speaker and only had four semesters of college French, so I could be very wrong here
@Sven and Otar, There's isn't any proper traduction honestly, a lots of English sentence can't be translated word by word. I'm french and sometimes it's a real pain in the ass to translate stuff, but in this case autistic is an adjective it has to be translate into an adjective, which is "autistique"
[REEEEEEEEEEEEEEE in French]
Je parle très bien français, mais comme je vis en France c'est tout de même plus pratique... ;)