anal sneezes are cute as shit
sorry iphone the word i was looking for was “animal” sneezes better luck next time
this is not what i want to be remembered for
hotels can’t be boring to me
they’re just fun
even if i’m sitting in the room watching tv or riding the elevator or sleeping it’s just fun for some reason like they’re average every day things but in a hotel everything is way more amusing and interesting and just simply being in a hotel is fun to me and i don’t understand
my blog has become this weird mixture of fandoms, feminism, cats and really fucking stupid jokes that nobody outside this website would find remotely amusing
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The length of a girls hair does not dictate her sexuality
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sambo - one of a couple who lives together but isn’t married
slutspurt - closing sale
puss - kiss
suck - sigh
mums! - yum!
moms - sales tax
kram - hug
kaka - cake (it means poop in lots of other languages).
tjock (pronounced shock) - fat
slut doesn’t just mean “the end”, “slut på” (på meaning on/at) means “to run out of something”, ex. vi är slut på… we are out of….
frigg - a name and the name of a goddess too
dusch (pronounced douche) - shower
damm (pronounced damn) - dust
mätt (pronounced met) - full (not hungry anymore)
mat - food
chef - boss
lax - salmon
frisk - healthy
pigg - lively
bog - meat from a shoulder of a cow
svamp (with a Swedish accent, pronounced the same as swamp) - mushroom
slump - chance, accident, coincidence
stick! - run!
fast - set, inflexible
god - tasty
god morgon (pronounced goo moron) - good morning
mjau (meow) - common silence-filler or even greeting
nepp - nope
tja - hey, or “well…”
nja (pronounced nya) - yes-and-no. Like “chotto” in Japanese.
nej (pronounced neigh) - no
hjälp (pronounced yelp) - help
bad - bath
grape - grapefruit (or you can say grapefrukt)
barn - child or children
men - but
fagott - bassoon
Various words are doubled for no reason, such as “hej hej (hey)”, “morn morn (morning)”, “puss puss (kiss, but used as a “bye bye”), “tjänna tjänna” (greeting), “natti natt” (nighty-night), “gulli gullig” (cutie-cute)
”Hej på dig” - greeting, literally “hey on you”.
bröstvårta - “breast wart”, meaning nipple.
grönsaker - “green things”, vegetables.
dammsugare - “dust sucker”, vacuum cleaner.
fruktkött - “fruit meat”, pulp.
utländsk - “outside-country”, foreign.
småpengar - “small monies”, coins.
vitlök - “white onion” - garlic
munspel - “mouth game”, harmonica.
dumskalle - “dumb skull”, idiot. likewise “sheep skull”, “bark skull” I heard once…
”smör” is butter, “gås” is goose, “smörgås” is sandwich.
gubbe (pronounced like goo-beh) - old man
grymt (cruel), slang for cool.
What about the rest of Swedish? Well just take a look at these words:
kommentar (comment), blogg (blog), teve (tv), mobil (mobile, cell phone), hund (hound, dog), papper (paper), toalett (toilet), box (box), klocka (clock), kultur (culture), basket (basket, basket ball), premiär (premiere), gäst (guest), berg (berg, burgh, burg), problem (problem), projekt (project), koncept (concept), dansband (dance band), musik (music), teater (theatre) kommun (commune), chans (chance), historia (history), jobb (job), klick (click), extra (extra), miljon (million), dubbel (double), kaviar (caviar), slang (slang), Amerika (America), Japan (Japan), kaffe (coffee), kategori (category), orange (orange colour), idé (idea), upp (up), stopp (stop), buss (bus), post (post, mail)….
^ tack so fuckin mycket for that add on !
those are literally just mickey mouse
My moss scape I made in Ireland
Transparent neon fish
sEEINg osmoene who types lik e htis all the time suddenly typing in perfect syntax is more frightening than putting an egg in a microwave and hoping it doesnt explode (it will)
me as a ghost
its a conspiracy