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Abbie 10 month s ago
the danish word extually means: "pregnancy prevention device"
you can use 'Kondom' instead
       
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Clem 10 month s ago
#14 wut? I am Greek and it's the first I hear that. Not sure even if had any stories about vampires in general.
       
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Merv 10 month s ago
Clem,

Are you also an expert in Greek mythology throughout the ages? I doubt most people heard about every myth across time throughout their whole country.
       
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Nellie 10 month s ago
Merv,

But he is right. The only sources for the redhead vampire myth are fun fact websites like this izismile post. There were stories about vampire like entities, called lamia, but nothing about red hair
       
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Allisandra 10 month s ago
Merv,
As an expert in Greek Mythology, i can verify that a) there were not vampires (in the aspect of Count Dracula or even Strigoi, search for it boi) in ancient Greece and b) ergo, the red hair is not connected with vampirism.
       
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Smitty 10 month s ago
There are plenty of "r" sounds in Japanese. The manga Bleachs' main character was Kurosaki Ichigo. I've heard it said many times, it's def an r.
       
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Demaris 10 month s ago
Smitty, has to do with position on the word. An r sound at the beginning of a word is the issue. A bit like a word in English beginning with the letters NG , very hard to do while some African languages find that normal!
       
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Felicia 10 month s ago
#15 It is still a butt
       
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Elsie 10 month s ago
Felicia,

That explains the slang measure. "buttload"
       
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Tiffany 10 month s ago
If you want to hear a clean 'r' you have to go to the Scottish or Flemish people...
       
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Archibald 10 month s ago
@ Tiffany
Or find a pirate.
       
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