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Sunday, July 27, 2014

Odd Bird Out

no rooster actually says cock-a-doodle-doo

In Icelandic it's "gaggala gaggala goo." Now THAT'S funny.

22 comments:

  1. "Odd Bird Out" or "What Does the Cock Say?"

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  2. In Indonesian, it's "kukuruyuk"

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  3. This is the pineapple thing all over again!

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    1. Yeah! Between pineapples and cock-a-doodle-doo, the English language must've fallen out of the sky.

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  4. In (Brazilian) Portuguese is "kokóriko". (have no idea if European Portuguese's the same :x)

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    1. No Layla... In Portugal is "cocorocó" :D (quase igual, mas nós cá não utilizamos o K na escrita :) )

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    2. Here in Brazil it's cocoricó, Layla must be mistaken.

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  5. It's ek-ee-ekek in Thai lol

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  6. Kukruukuu(n) in Hindi

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  7. kikirikuu ( κικιρίκου) in greek

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  8. Chicchirichì in Italian :)

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  9. Kukuryku in Polish ;)

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  10. Ò ó o o in Vietnamese (sounds like "aw aw aw")

    Now we're the oddball here.

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    1. That's actually pretty similar to Chinese ("ao ao ao")!

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    2. Really? That's awesome!

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  11. Arabic: KuKuKuuKuu

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  12. Cocorico is the French, I believe.

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  13. Philippines: Tik-tilaok

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  14. Кукуригу! (Kukurigu!) - Bulgarian.

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  15. Maybe us United Statesians are just fond of random, nonsensical drawings?

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