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Look it up if you don’t believe me 6


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Look it up if you don’t believe me




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  1. In Austria we litarlly greet each other with the sentence “Grüß Gott” what basicly means “Greet God”

  2. don’t also many week names come from nordic gods? like thursday coming from thor and Friday from frey?

  3. Not a problem in french. Goodbye is “au revoir” which litteraly means ‘until I see you again”, which is kinda cool I guess

  4. In Russian “thank you” is “спасибо” which was «спаси [тебя] бог» which is “god save [you]”

  5. Yeah, I don’t believe you. “Bye” is an indeterminate measure of time, as in “bye and bye”, good bye is a catch all wishing someone a pleasant time in the same way as good morning, good day, good night.

  6. In Argentina we say “Heil Satan”, which basically translates to “‘til we devaluate our currency again, bro”

  7. It’s good and all but why did u use jack Ryan? It’s probably one of the worst shows I’ve seen in a while. And this is because John krasinski is not at all fit to play jack ryan

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