In canada you refer to them as either your buddy, guy or friend.
@James got a Harden, I'm not your buddy, guy!
@KK Slider, I'm not your guy, friend!
@James got a Harden, im not your friend, buddy!
@The Lone Guppy, I'm a turtle🐢
@69ing Machine, you lie like a rug
@69ing Machine, im decent at 69ing...
@69ing Machine, im
@Girls Do Poo, you lie! Girls dont poo! Thats a boy thing!
@The Lone Guppy, I am not your buddy Herb
@NONSENSE, im not your plant, livestock
@James got a Harden, I'm not your friend, buddy!
@James got a Harden, you forgot pal
@KK Slider, Hi not your buddy, I'm dad? Sorry, I never get to do these. 😂
@James got a Harden, WHATR YA DOIN THAR BUD
@James got a Harden, what happens when you discover your friend is no longer your buddy or your guy
@James got a Harden, just google the Finnish one. It means d-head
Just googled that sh!t. It means a$$ hole.
@OncomingStorm42, the Finnish one, that is.
And in Australia it's your "FVCK M8"
In Texas, you refer to them as "cuzzin"
@Stereotypical Texan, that 's not even a Texan stereotype
In Ireland your boyfriend/girlfriend is referred to as "potato"
@The 22nd Doctor, Is rock. Man hallucinate from malnourish.
@Screw YOLO, Such is life
In America we refer to them as bae now.
@Monarch of Planet X, only the idiots.
mulkvisti translates to asshole...
I am both Norwegian and Swedish, and this made me happy.
@DeadXOnix, how are you Norwegian ANd Swedish that's awesome
@Luna 5, mothers side is nowegian, fathers is swedish.
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In norwegian we also say somthing like elkling!
I tried to update this. ;-;
In French its "Mon petit(e) ami(e)" [no e when male, e when female) and it means "my little friend" in the literal translation
@MissAJ, SAY HELLO TO MON PETIT AMI!
Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't Finnish an old term for French? If not, I don't know where the heck I heard that.
@La Villa Strangiato, have you never heard of Finland? It's pretty much right next to Norway and Sweden I think.
@Captain Britain, Oh no, I know what Finland is. I'm pretty familiar with all of the European countries. But I thought someone told me that French people used to be called Finnish. Now I realized they weren't called Finnish, they were called Flemmish. Thanks for the reply, it kinda rebooted my brain so I could clear up my own confusion xD
@La Villa Strangiato, no problem, the same thing happens to me sometimes XD
*squints at @A Studly Muffin*
This works perfectly for me