Off topic: Now over to Daisy with the regional moos!
Thread poster: Elizabeth Sumner
A great step forward in linguistics has been announced today. Conclusive proof that cows moo with a regional accent! The link below is to a BBC article (to copy and paste into your browser) http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/5277090.stm
Surely deserving of an Ignoble Prize.
| | Clare Barnes
Local time: 18:41
Swedish to English
| Wonderful... || Aug 23, 2006 |
...we have an "English-speaking" cat. We only speak English at home, and the cat is definitely a billion times more responsive to the English-speaking guests than those who speak Swedish. Not sure the goldfish have much to say for themselves though!
| | Heinrich Pesch
Local time: 19:41
Finnish to German
| This is my candidate for the Ig Nobel || Aug 25, 2006 |
But its obvious, that there must be regional differences in animal speach. In Finland pigs say "röh", of course no English pig could pronounce that properly.
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Now over to Daisy with the regional moos!
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