Bonjour, Monsieur Scholl,
Perhaps if you could speak a civilized language we wouldn't have to dub our video with your monkey grunts.
Good good study, day day up
Morbidity is a nice way of saying Death.
This training tool is a wonderful thing. On a serious level, I hope more tools like this get developed to help doctors practice important and tricky procedures.
On a more humorous level, I'd love to see something like this at an arcade.
@2: Close. Morbidity is sickness.
GREAT LINK. Did you already know I am obsessed with languages and dialectical bastardizations? or were you just banking on the hilarity? I love a good idiom, but as the old saying goes:
Nķunda er žat at reka til hinnar fimtu kenningar, er ór ęttum er ef lengra er rekit; en žótt žat finnisk ķ fornskįlda verka, žį lįtum vér žat nś ónżtt.
@3 - oh, don't be so morbid about it.
They've rubbed almost all the skin off of the sample baby's head!
Yeah, but now it's shiny!
@4, I care nothing for your obsessions, I was going for grands éclats de rire.
You got me, my Old Norse is pretty weak, but still, I'm not sure I get your point, is "good good study, day day up" a kenning? it is far more than a replacement for a noun.
Now if I were to refer to our exchange as "aflgerš orša tungu mešalkafla ok boršs naglfara" (the keyboard, after all, being mightier than the icicle of blood) you might have a point.
(you can quote dead Icelandic poets, but I can has Googelz)
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