Because it's pure.
I like House, Rap, and all sorts of rock/metal/indie.
Serbian songs be like.
"I hate Kosovo, God watches over my country, let us rejoice and destroy Bosnia and Croats."
In Nhoor it's
sos aganhwse̦se̦m oca̦r / sos aganhwsyesyem ocyar
(pronunciation: sos ɑ'ɢawçeçem o'qjar / sows ahGAWshayshaym owKYAR )
Where 'sos' is 'to wee'
In havalland it's
"Oi mate I need to take a p*ss"
grew up in a big military town where a ton of Bosnian refugees ended up settling in bc of their connections w soldiers, any sort of pro serb talk like what's on the rmb would get you taken out back behind the high school and beaten up. I particularly appreciated this one pepper spread they'd bring to tailgates
we also made a lot of venison burgers on lepinja, we really developed bosnian-appalachian fusion cuisine back in high school
Whoa, I had no idea Luxembourgish was so unique. In Russian it'd be "Вчера я увидел передача наркотиков за моей квартирой" or "Vchera ya uvidel peredacha narkotikov za moyey kvartiroy" literally "Yesterday I saw a transfer of drugs behind my apartment"
Your RUS201 sounds way more lit than my RUS201. All I learned today was adjectival endings for genitive plural.
Last year we used "первый круг" or "Russian Full Circle" (even though it should be First Circle but whatever), but this year we have a different professor who put his own "textbook" together in a binder and gave it to us for 20 bucks. It's very, uh, Soviet-era in content.
I like the "apology" message South Park sent to the Chinese govt
He also never uses his own textbook in class. What a baller
Can I just say it sorta bugs me how all the land borders on the map are just simple straight lines? I know it's easier for the integration of new nations, but it just doesn't feel very realistic