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(Uproxx)   Russian-speaking Mila Kunis confirms once and for all that all of eastern Europe sounds like angry Klingons arguing   (uproxx.com) divider line 89
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2013-02-22 06:09:27 PM
In Russia, does the male read poetry while the female throws heavy objects?
 
2013-02-22 06:20:59 PM
WHAT SHIP IS THAT, OVER
 
2013-02-22 06:28:34 PM
I would Kapla all over her perfect Klingon butt.
 
2013-02-22 06:29:04 PM

cgraves67: Clock Spider Jerusalem: brigid_fitch: No, Russian sounds like a normal, Eastern European language.  Hungarian, on the other hand, sounds utterly alien.  My paternal grandmother and her 5 sisters were all from Hungary.  When they'd get together, it sounded like Klingons discussing battle strategy.

That language is supposed to be related to Basque, Finnish, and Estonian. Those three are nice sounding. Hungarin is weird. Blame paprika.

Russian is a Slavic language. It's not related to Finnish, Estonian, or Basque. Hungarian, Finnish and Estonian are related to each other. They are in the Finno-Urgric language family. Basque is a language isolate. It is related to no other living language or known dead language.


Not to be pedantic, but the language family for Finnish, Estonian, and Hungarian is technically Uralic; Finno-Ugric is one branch of it, with the Samoyedic languages on the other branch (according to some theories, the Samoyedic languages were the first to split away from the Uralic root stock).  It's pretty common to call the whole thing Finno-Ugric, although slightly inaccurate.  Internal classifications, especially in the Finno-Ugric branch, are a source of great conjecture and a ton of argument; there's a whole (non-mainstream) school of thought that Hungarian is actually a Turkic language with Uralic influences, rather than a Uralic language with a lot of Turkic influences, and that Uralic isn't a legitimate language family.  That's a pretty fringey theory, although it does have some well-known adherents.

Sorry--that was pretty pedantic.  I so rarely get to talk about Uralic stuff these days.  Carry on.

Also, there's evidence that Basque may be related to (or more likely descended from) Aquitainian, which is extinct.  I'm not a Vasconist, so I don't know the details well, but it's the only theory out of hundreds regarding "Basque related to X" that has any traction, and the only one Larry Trask (one of the leading Basque experts of the 20th Century) felt was plausible.
 
2013-02-22 06:30:09 PM

elvindeath: I would Kapla all over her perfect Klingon butt.


Have we ever seen her (bare) butt, or was it a stunt butt?
 
2013-02-22 07:04:53 PM

Rwa2play: The Stealth Hippopotamus: a hot angry Klingon

All I want to know is if she talks dirty in Russian while doing it.  That's all I ask.


Guys have asked me to speak Spanish while doing it and I always declined. Mostly because they wanted me to call them Papi and the only man I will ever call that is my father and I have no issues regarding him.

On the other hand the last guy I dated never explicitly asked me to do it but would always comment how hot it was when I would call him a name in Spanish or order in a Mexican restaurant.

I don't get it.
/no quiero frijoles, mas tortillas por favor
 
2013-02-22 07:06:51 PM
Arkanaut:
What about Germany? They've got a pretty rough-sounding language there too.


It probably doesn't help that most people get their impression from non-German actors playing soldiers or Nazis who are barking orders - actors who are usually doing such a crappy job at pronouncing the language that even Germans need the subtitles (if any).
 
2013-02-22 07:18:51 PM

911Jenny:
/no quiero frijoles, mas tortillas por favor


Go on...
 
2013-02-22 07:20:13 PM
Dutch sounds like Klingon too.
http://mochasteak.com/2006/12/12/dutch-vs-klingon/
 
2013-02-22 07:36:35 PM
Russian has an incredible range. It can be very sexy or very harsh, depending on the speaker and their intent.
 
2013-02-22 07:59:24 PM

saminman: Dutch sounds like Klingon too.
http://mochasteak.com/2006/12/12/dutch-vs-klingon/


Dutch sounds like someone coughing phlegm.
 
2013-02-22 08:06:53 PM
Russian is fine. It can sound angry or sweet, it can also sound very sexy.

Yiddish, on the other hand... I don't know how anyone can seduce anyone else with Yiddish. It just sounds too comical to be sexy. Everything in Yiddish sounds like a confused question or incredulous response to an accusation.
 
2013-02-22 08:14:05 PM
Heterochromia.

Were I a supervillain, this would be my kryptonite.

/the three long words in my post all have red squiggly things under them
//double checked and triple checked to make sure I'm not an idiot
///am I an idiot? "squiggly" appears to be perfectly acceptable
 
2013-02-22 08:35:35 PM
Every time I see her and think of her lips on Ashton's dick, I throw up a little in my mouth.
 
2013-02-22 08:55:31 PM
I am friends with this Muslim guy on facebook.  He always sounds like a Klingon.

An excerpt:

The dog Bashar and his filthy shabiha militia will roam free like the wild dogs for a while, their doom is only on the horizon. We cast our glance at the so called super powers of the past like Phirawn (Pharoah) who reigned in his land but only for a short while till Allah azzawajal used his prophet Musa (Alayhisalaam) from amidst Phirawns own kingdom, to account him, challenge him and expose him. Then we find Allah supported His beloved Prophet Musa (Alayhisalam) and drowned Phirawn and his militia.
In the end, the result was only that Allah All Mighty preserved his body for the word to see what the consequences are for people that seek to tread his arrogant path. Humiliation and mockery for them!
 
2013-02-22 09:13:51 PM

Juel1979: It wasn't seeing her speaking it, but she spoke Russian in the Spies Like Us parody on Family Guy. Was in the credits, iirc.


She's in the credits for every episode, she's a regular cast member.  Well, except for the first season or two anyway.
 
2013-02-22 09:20:44 PM

uselessgit: Every time I see her and think of her lips on Ashton's dick, I throw up a little in my mouth.


Don't forget Macauley.

/she swallowed
//you know she did
 
2013-02-22 09:21:40 PM

Diogenes: Tak the Hideous New Girl: I am so happy that Mila Kunis is a big star. I think she deserves it.

She took what essentially was a one-note, extremely annoying character on "That 70s Show" and made her totally adorable.

Who knew out of that crew that she and Kutcher would go the farthest?


For a while it looked like Topher Grace was going to be the wunderkind, but he farked it up.
 
2013-02-22 09:23:17 PM

GypsyJoker: Sorry--that was pretty pedantic.


No, no, that sort of information is pretty much the only reason I visit Mila Kunis threads.
I'm sure that's true for most of us.
 
2013-02-22 09:31:27 PM

Neondistraction: Juel1979: It wasn't seeing her speaking it, but she spoke Russian in the Spies Like Us parody on Family Guy. Was in the credits, iirc.

She's in the credits for every episode, she's a regular cast member.  Well, except for the first season or two anyway.


NO KIDDING?!

;)

But in all seriousness, I knew this. I preferred Lacy Chalbert, tbh. But it was that one episode she spoke Russian as Meg during one of those credits sequences where it's not just black and text, but actually the end to the episode.
 
2013-02-22 09:43:42 PM

Lsherm: Diogenes: Tak the Hideous New Girl: I am so happy that Mila Kunis is a big star. I think she deserves it.

She took what essentially was a one-note, extremely annoying character on "That 70s Show" and made her totally adorable.

Who knew out of that crew that she and Kutcher would go the farthest?

For a while it looked like Topher Grace was going to be the wunderkind, but he farked it up.


almost as if a black stain grew upon his career, slowly spreading, poisoning his roles, ruining his movies.  I'm sure he felt he was improving, but all along it was the wrong path.

sorry, didn't mean to wax symbiotic.
 
2013-02-22 10:10:45 PM

911Jenny: Rwa2play: The Stealth Hippopotamus: a hot angry Klingon

All I want to know is if she talks dirty in Russian while doing it.  That's all I ask.

Guys have asked me to speak Spanish while doing it and I always declined. Mostly because they wanted me to call them Papi and the only man I will ever call that is my father and I have no issues regarding him.


Talking dirty (in ANY language): hawt. Don't get the whole "daddy" related dirty talk in bed though.  Maybe it's because I have a more imaginative mind when it comes to sex (IMHO).

On the other hand the last guy I dated never explicitly asked me to do it but would always comment how hot it was when I would call him a name in Spanish or order in a Mexican restaurant.

I don't get it.
/no quiero frijoles, mas tortillas por favor


¡¿LOL, QUE?!
 
2013-02-22 10:54:21 PM

GypsyJoker: cgraves67: Clock Spider Jerusalem: brigid_fitch: No, Russian sounds like a normal, Eastern European language.  Hungarian, on the other hand, sounds utterly alien.  My paternal grandmother and her 5 sisters were all from Hungary.  When they'd get together, it sounded like Klingons discussing battle strategy.

That language is supposed to be related to Basque, Finnish, and Estonian. Those three are nice sounding. Hungarin is weird. Blame paprika.

Russian is a Slavic language. It's not related to Finnish, Estonian, or Basque. Hungarian, Finnish and Estonian are related to each other. They are in the Finno-Urgric language family. Basque is a language isolate. It is related to no other living language or known dead language.

Not to be pedantic, but the language family for Finnish, Estonian, and Hungarian is technically Uralic; Finno-Ugric is one branch of it, with the Samoyedic languages on the other branch (according to some theories, the Samoyedic languages were the first to split away from the Uralic root stock).  It's pretty common to call the whole thing Finno-Ugric, although slightly inaccurate.  Internal classifications, especially in the Finno-Ugric branch, are a source of great conjecture and a ton of argument; there's a whole (non-mainstream) school of thought that Hungarian is actually a Turkic language with Uralic influences, rather than a Uralic language with a lot of Turkic influences, and that Uralic isn't a legitimate language family.  That's a pretty fringey theory, although it does have some well-known adherents.

Sorry--that was pretty pedantic.  I so rarely get to talk about Uralic stuff these days.  Carry on.

Also, there's evidence that Basque may be related to (or more likely descended from) Aquitainian, which is extinct.  I'm not a Vasconist, so I don't know the details well, but it's the only theory out of hundreds regarding "Basque related to X" that has any traction, and the only one Larry Trask (one of the leading Basque experts of the 20th ...


Awesome -- thanks for that. One of the things I love about fark: sometimes when you go to a fight, a really cool hockey game breaks out. Favorited.
 
2013-02-22 10:55:17 PM

ChubbyTiger: Russian Language has an incredible range. It can be very sexy or very harsh, depending on the speaker and their intent.

 
2013-02-22 10:57:16 PM

Flappyhead: TheChaosPath: My wife is a Russian transplant, and I have to say that the Russian language is very pleasing to the ears... even when you're being yelled at.

Whoa, you mean those mail order brides actually WILL stay with you after the Green Card you.  Damn.


If they like you well enough, they will! It doesn't hurt that I'm like a farking Adonis though
 
2013-02-22 11:07:53 PM

TheChaosPath: Flappyhead: TheChaosPath: My wife is a Russian transplant, and I have to say that the Russian language is very pleasing to the ears... even when you're being yelled at.

Whoa, you mean those mail order brides actually WILL stay with you after the Green Card you.  Damn.

If they like you well enough, they will! It doesn't hurt that I'm like a farking Adonis though


Or you have a short enough chain that she can't chew her legs off to escape.
 
2013-02-22 11:26:24 PM

megalynn44: She didn't even say anything in Russian. That's as bad as news stories about a photo that don't include the photo.


This.
 
2013-02-23 12:42:05 AM

Seth'n'Spectrum: GypsyJoker: Sorry--that was pretty pedantic.

No, no, that sort of information is pretty much the only reason I visit Mila Kunis threads.
I'm sure that's true for most of us.


Glad to be of service!  Just wait until I do a historical phonological analysis of her last name!

gfbabbitt: GypsyJoker: cgraves67: Clock Spider Jerusalem: brigid_fitch: No, Russian sounds like a normal, Eastern European language.  Hungarian, on the other hand, sounds utterly alien.  My paternal grandmother and her 5 sisters were all from Hungary.  When they'd get together, it sounded like Klingons discussing battle strategy.

That language is supposed to be related to Basque, Finnish, and Estonian. Those three are nice sounding. Hungarin is weird. Blame paprika.

Russian is a Slavic language. It's not related to Finnish, Estonian, or Basque. Hungarian, Finnish and Estonian are related to each other. They are in the Finno-Urgric language family. Basque is a language isolate. It is related to no other living language or known dead language.

Not to be pedantic, but the language family for Finnish, Estonian, and Hungarian is technically Uralic; Finno-Ugric is one branch of it, with the Samoyedic languages on the other branch (according to some theories, the Samoyedic languages were the first to split away from the Uralic root stock).  It's pretty common to call the whole thing Finno-Ugric, although slightly inaccurate.  Internal classifications, especially in the Finno-Ugric branch, are a source of great conjecture and a ton of argument; there's a whole (non-mainstream) school of thought that Hungarian is actually a Turkic language with Uralic influences, rather than a Uralic language with a lot of Turkic influences, and that Uralic isn't a legitimate language family.  That's a pretty fringey theory, although it does have some well-known adherents.

Sorry--that was pretty pedantic.  I so rarely get to talk about Uralic stuff these days.  Carry on.

Also, there's evidence that Basque may be related to (or more likely descended from) Aquitainian, which is extinct.  I'm not a Vasconist, so I don't know the details well, but it's the only theory out of hundreds regarding "Basque related to X" that has any traction, and the only one Larry Trask (one of the leading Basque experts ...


Awesome -- thanks for that. One of the things I love about fark: sometimes when you go to a fight, a really cool hockey game breaks out. Favorited.

Thanks!
 
2013-02-23 12:46:46 AM

defone: I would hit it like an angry Russian.


With shoe?
 
2013-02-23 12:56:30 AM

Flappyhead: uselessgit: Every time I see her and think of her lips on Ashton's dick, I throw up a little in my mouth.

Don't forget Macauley.

/she swallowed
//you know she did



Gugg....gugg... Blughaaa... (heave)  HURRRALLLLLL!!!!
 
2013-02-23 01:41:10 AM
Hungarian is so "weird" because it's Uralic

that's why their flesh tastes like piss?
 
2013-02-23 04:40:35 AM

Juel1979: Neondistraction: Juel1979: It wasn't seeing her speaking it, but she spoke Russian in the Spies Like Us parody on Family Guy. Was in the credits, iirc.

She's in the credits for every episode, she's a regular cast member.  Well, except for the first season or two anyway.

NO KIDDING?!

;)

But in all seriousness, I knew this. I preferred Lacy Chalbert, tbh. But it was that one episode she spoke Russian as Meg during one of those credits sequences where it's not just black and text, but actually the end to the episode.


Ah, I misunderstood what you said.  I thought you were pointing out that she was listed in the credits rather than stating that the scene happened during the credits.

Adam West also spoke some Russian in that episode.  I have no idea how accurate it was, but it sounded like it was actual words and not just gibberish.
 
2013-02-23 07:22:12 AM
My mom is from Poland, and still speaks Polish when talking to her relatives.  When her and my father were married, my cousins on my father's side would comment to me on how she always sounded angry when speaking in Polish, then she would burst out laughing.
 
2013-02-23 08:19:58 AM

Girion47: Lsherm: Diogenes: Tak the Hideous New Girl: I am so happy that Mila Kunis is a big star. I think she deserves it.

She took what essentially was a one-note, extremely annoying character on "That 70s Show" and made her totally adorable.

Who knew out of that crew that she and Kutcher would go the farthest?

For a while it looked like Topher Grace was going to be the wunderkind, but he farked it up.

almost as if a black stain grew upon his career, slowly spreading, poisoning his roles, ruining his movies.  I'm sure he felt he was improving, but all along it was the wrong path.

sorry, didn't mean to wax symbiotic.


slowclap.gif
 
2013-02-23 09:39:22 AM
She's super hot...but I see fat in her future.
 
2013-02-23 10:55:29 AM

LewDux: defone: I would hit it like an angry Russian.

With shoe?


Da
 
2013-02-23 11:57:36 AM
With some languages, when someone cusses you out in them, you know you are getting cussed out.  Comanche is one such language.
 
2013-02-23 09:59:03 PM

Flappyhead: uselessgit: Every time I see her and think of her lips on Ashton's dick, I throw up a little in my mouth.

Don't forget Macauley.

/she swallowed
//you know she did


I know she does.
 
2013-02-23 10:54:15 PM
Does she have something poking her in her top boobs? Top of the dress so it won't fall down?
 
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