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19th Jun '17 9:40:04 AM ClatoLawa
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* From ''Fanfic/HopToIt'', when Chat Noir describes an akuma only he can see, thanks to his night vision:
-->'''Chat Noir''': (''in English'') He's right there. Hes dressed in a (''in French'') how do you say Morphsuit in English?\\
'''Ladybug/Rabbit''': Morphsuit.
11th Jun '17 1:36:34 AM ProfessorThascales
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** Berkeley, California has a street called "The Alameda," meaning "the tree-lined avenue."
29th May '17 2:22:57 PM Matthewbr523
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'''Porky:''' Th-that's French for b-b-b-Buenos noches.\_

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'''Porky:''' Th-that's French for b-b-b-Buenos noches.\_
29th May '17 2:22:24 PM Matthewbr523
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'''Daffy:''' Oh. ''[turns out light; turns it back on and wakes Porky again]'' What's "bone sewer"?\_
'''Porky:''' Th-that's French for b-b-b-Buenos noches.

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'''Daffy:''' Oh. ''[turns out light; turns it back on and wakes Porky again]'' What's "bone sewer"?\_
sewer"?\\
'''Porky:''' Th-that's French for b-b-b-Buenos noches.\_
21st May '17 11:39:06 AM gwennie-chan
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* In Des Moines, Iowa, popular local apparel maker [[https://www.raygunsite.com/ RAYGUN]] prints a well-bought shirts and stickers that read [[https://www.raygunsite.com/products/french-1 "Des Moines: French for 'The Moines'."]]
20th Nov '16 1:58:28 PM StFan
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-->'''Lola''': How do you say "taco" in Spanish?
-->'''Speedy''': "Taco".
-->'''Lola''': How do you say "burrito" in Spanish?
-->'''Speedy''':"Burrito".
-->'''Lola''': [[InsaneTrollLogic Cool! English and Spanish are the same!]]

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-->'''Lola''': -->'''Lola:''' How do you say "taco" in Spanish?
-->'''Speedy''': "Taco".
-->'''Lola''':
Spanish?\\
'''Speedy:''' "Taco".\\
'''Lola:'''
How do you say "burrito" in Spanish?
-->'''Speedy''':"Burrito".
-->'''Lola''':
Spanish?\\
'''Speedy:''' "Burrito".\\
'''Lola:'''
[[InsaneTrollLogic Cool! English and Spanish are the same!]]



-->'''Daffy:''' Good night, fat boy.
-->'''Porky:''' B-b-b-b-Buenos noches. (''turns out light; Daffy turns it back on and wakes Porky'')
-->'''Daffy:''' What's "Buenos noches"?
-->'''Porky:''' Th-that's Spanish for b-b-b-bonsoir.
-->'''Daffy:''' Oh. (''turns out light; turns it back on and wakes Porky again'') What's "bone sewer"?
-->'''Porky:''' Th-that's French for b-b-b-Buenos noches.
* The VentureBrothers
-->'''Doctor Venture:''' How do you say Doctor in Spanish?
-->'''Mexican medic:''' Doctor

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-->'''Daffy:''' Good night, fat boy.
-->'''Porky:'''
boy.\\
'''Porky:'''
B-b-b-b-Buenos noches. (''turns ''[turns out light; Daffy turns it back on and wakes Porky'')
-->'''Daffy:'''
Porky]''\\
'''Daffy:'''
What's "Buenos noches"?
-->'''Porky:'''
noches"?\\
'''Porky:'''
Th-that's Spanish for b-b-b-bonsoir.
-->'''Daffy:'''
b-b-b-bonsoir.\\
'''Daffy:'''
Oh. (''turns ''[turns out light; turns it back on and wakes Porky again'') again]'' What's "bone sewer"?
-->'''Porky:'''
sewer"?\_
'''Porky:'''
Th-that's French for b-b-b-Buenos noches.
* The VentureBrothers
''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'':
-->'''Doctor Venture:''' How do you say Doctor in Spanish?
-->'''Mexican
Spanish?\\
'''Mexican
medic:''' Doctor
Doctor.






[[TheStinger By the way]], "El Niño" is Spanish for "The boy", ''id est'' Jesus Christ, since El Niño is usually noticed around Christmas.

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[[TheStinger ->[[TheStinger By the way]], "El Niño" is Spanish for "The boy", ''id est'' Jesus Christ, since El Niño is usually noticed around Christmas.Christmas.
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15th Oct '16 8:11:44 AM Berrenta
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* In general, it's a common problem for fan subs to intentionally leave certain words untranslated, either due to a misconception that they have a stronger connotation in the original language than they really do (such as "[[TrueCompanions Nakama]]") or just plain [[TheyJustDidntCare carelessness]] ([[Manga/DeathNote Translator's Note: "keikaku" means "plan"]]). Or just because the fansubbers are pandering to hardcore anime fans and assume they're familiar with the meaning of, say, "baka", and/or because, for them, these words [[RuleOfCool sound cooler]] when said in Japanese.

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* In general, it's a common problem for fan subs to intentionally leave certain words untranslated, either due to a misconception that they have a stronger connotation in the original language than they really do (such as "[[TrueCompanions Nakama]]") or just plain [[TheyJustDidntCare carelessness]] carelessness ([[Manga/DeathNote Translator's Note: "keikaku" means "plan"]]). Or just because the fansubbers are pandering to hardcore anime fans and assume they're familiar with the meaning of, say, "baka", and/or because, for them, these words [[RuleOfCool sound cooler]] when said in Japanese.
30th Jul '16 5:38:52 PM nombretomado
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** Another (particularly appropriate) DaveBarry example is "A tropical storm called El Niño (Spanish for "The Little Neen)".

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** Another (particularly appropriate) DaveBarry Dave Barry example is "A tropical storm called El Niño (Spanish for "The Little Neen)".
12th Apr '16 10:03:42 AM AnotherDuck
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!!!Examples:

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!!!Examples:
!!Examples:
24th Jan '16 12:56:32 PM Morgenthaler
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* This is a bit of a RunningGag in ''Series/TheDailyShow'' regarding Arabic phrases with the article "Al." For example, in one episode featuring an interview with an AlJazeera reporter, Jon [[SarcasmMode helpfully]] informs us that "Al Jazeera" means "The Jazeera" and that hopefully their guest will explain what a "Jazeera" is (he doesn't).[[note]]It means "the island," referring to the country of Qatar.[[/note]]

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* This is a bit of a RunningGag in ''Series/TheDailyShow'' regarding Arabic phrases with the article "Al." For example, in one episode featuring an interview with an AlJazeera Creator/AlJazeera reporter, Jon [[SarcasmMode helpfully]] informs us that "Al Jazeera" means "The Jazeera" and that hopefully their guest will explain what a "Jazeera" is (he doesn't).[[note]]It means "the island," referring to the country of Qatar.[[/note]]
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