Does it bother anyone else that you can't see the last polish translation?
@Duke of Humpshire, I Google translated it and it was "A day to remember"
@Duke of Humpshire, sorry "A WALK to remember"
@Duke of Humpshire, my pleasure Duke
@idontknowyet, The original picture says "The School of Feelings" as the translation
@Saradomin, ohh thanks.
@Duke of Humpshire, I'm Polish. So I can just read it :)
@idontknowyet, you the real MVP
I heard wild speed mega max is a better movie than fast five. :p
@AntiTroll Patrol, that's be because it's fun watching them scream in Japanese.
@AntiTroll Patrol, of course it's because it's japanese and what else comes from japan???
Into the wild ftw!!
@pizza y moi, the ending of the movie pissed me off so much!! but was such a great movie so everyone go watch it!!!!!
In Norway The Fault in Our Stars is titled Fvck Fate.
For some reason I don't like when an English word( or words) are made to sound as the English words when said in Japanese (this happens quite a bit in anime)
@FringeGames, unfortunately there's no other way; words imported from other languages (e.g. English) have no direct translation in Japanese, therefor katakana have to be used to say it.
Ghost in polish looks more like "believe in one's soul." (Dont know polish but in ukranian and russian "ducha" means soul - spelled душа) dont hate just saying here since im too lazy to google this shjt.
8 July 2014 #8July2014
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Japanese doesn't have the 'herro' 'rocomotive' 'reeches' accent. (Hello, locomotive, leeches)
@Apathy, actually, the sounds for L and R are combined to make a sort of mini-rolled r sound, though it is stereotypically hyperbolized.
Poland cannot into space.
The last polish one means "School Feelings" not as bad in France I guess. The hangovers are all called "a very bad day"
Not like movies in English don't have ridiculous titles. Example: "Her"
Dat face doe....
I've been to france once, the hangover 3 translates into 'very bad trip 3'
Type (............) Into Google translate and put it in Japanese, then listen. Amazing...
@Sethodactyl, I'm always amazed by how cool the Japanese voice is compared to the English...