July 29, 2014
SLAVIC TIME: TREE
Belarusian: дрэва (dreva)
Bosnian: drvo
Bulgarian: дърво (dŭrvo)
Croatian: drvo
Macedonian: дрво (drvo)
Polish: drzewo
Russian: дерево (derevo)
Serbian: дрво (drvo)
Slovenian: drevo
Ukrainian: дерево (derevo)
Czech & Slovak: Um well...
Czech: Strom?
Slovak: Strom.
Rest of the family: ????????
Polish: *SHEDS A TEAR, MY BLOOD*
July 29, 2014
SLAVIC TIME: EYES
Belarusian: вочы (vočy)
Bosnian: oči
Bulgarian: очи (ochi)
Croatian: oči
Czech: oči
Macedonian: очите (očite)
Polish: oczy
Serbian: очи (oči)
Slovak: oči
Slovenian: oči
Ukrainian: очі(ochi)
Russian: ...
Russian: глаза (glaza)
Rest of the family: *processing*
Polish: AHAHAHAHAH
Polish: THIS TIME NOT ME, PRAISE LORD SATAN :D
July 29, 2014
Slavic time: WOMAN
Belarusian: жанчына (žančyna)
Bosnian: žena
Bulgarian: жена (žena)
Croatian: žena
Czech: žena
Macedonian: жената (ženata)
Russian: женщина (zhenshchina)
Serbian: жена (žena)
Slovakian: žena
Slovenian: ženska
Ukrainian: жінка (zhinka)
Polish: ...
Polish: kobieta
Czech: You're tearing this family apart.
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July 29, 2014
SLAVIC TIME: HELL
Belarusian: пекла (piekla)
Bosnian: pakao
Croatian: pakao
Czech: peklo
Macedonian: пеколот (pekolot)
Polish: piekło
Serbian: пакао (pakao)
Slovak: peklo
Slovenian: pekel
Ukrainian: пекло (peklo)
Bulgarian: ... ummm....
Russian: *sweats*
Rest of family: *eyes you two so hard it could fry an egg*
Bulgarian: Well. Aд (ad)?
Russian: Aд (ad).
Polish: ... My poor sinners, welcome to hell. We have cookies OUO
July 24, 2014

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July 8, 2014

Scandinavian tales and creatures

Havsmannen (the man of the sea) is a handsome young man who can be found wandering along shores in misty weather. He would seek out a lonely sailor’s wife and transform himself into her husband, which often resulted in the wife giving birth to a green-skinned child with gills and fin-like feet. As an apology, Havsmannen would give the sailor good winds and calm seas, ensuring that his boat never ran aground.  

Scandinavian tales and creatures

Havsmannen (the man of the sea) is a handsome young man who can be found wandering along shores in misty weather. He would seek out a lonely sailor’s wife and transform himself into her husband, which often resulted in the wife giving birth to a green-skinned child with gills and fin-like feet. As an apology, Havsmannen would give the sailor good winds and calm seas, ensuring that his boat never ran aground.  

(via it-all-started-in-a-library)

July 7, 2014

Too much thinking today. Too much looking at myself and thinking.

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July 5, 2014

phantomhivelove:

siobhanclarke:

mrs-orange:

low-key-laufeyson:

In Slovakia we don’t say “I love you”. we say “Keď mi bolo päť zabil som svoju prababku a zjedol som jej uši” which translates to “We share one soul”. I just think that’s so beautiful.

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LIES, NOTHING BUT LIES

OH MY GOD WHAT

(via knowslovakia)

July 4, 2014

thnksfrthbttfck:

WHY CAN’T I HAVE THE METABOLISM OF A TEENAGE BOY THAT EATS 3/4 OF HIS KITCHEN EVERY DAY AND STILL MANAGES TO BE LIKE 99 POUNDS OF LANKY WEIRDNESS

(Source: pizzaswag, via epanistamai)

July 2, 2014
qstation:

Classic E-5 crosses the Fox river in Elgin IL by Mark LLanuza on Flickr.
In route from IRM to Chicago the classic Burlington E-5 one of a kind unit built in 1940 crosses the Fox River in the rain

qstation:

Classic E-5 crosses the Fox river in Elgin IL by Mark LLanuza on Flickr.

In route from IRM to Chicago the classic Burlington E-5 one of a kind unit built in 1940 crosses the Fox River in the rain

(via copper-capped)