I know that "adios" means "bye" in Spanish, "au revoir" is "bye" in French, and "ciao" is "see you later" in Italian, but I've always wondered how you say "bye" in Japanese, Russian, and Icelandic.
I guess you could say I'm bye curious.
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An Australian, Frenchman and a British man are in a desert...
The three had been walking for a couple of days in blazing heat, they stumbled onto a ravine and begin to bathe in it.
The three men look up in horror to see see a group of tribals with spears pointing at them, the men are brought to the chief of the tribe.
The chief says "you trespass...
I found out some sad news today. My German teacher passed away.
Au revoir, amigo.
What do you call a periodic table when the gold is missing?
What did the rest of the periodic table say as gold went home at the end of the day?
Three Europeans wash ashore on an island occupied by cannibals...
They are caught quickly, and the cannibal chief tells them that they are to be eaten and their skins used to make canoes. They are horrified at the thought of being cooked or eaten alive, but at least a little of their fear is relieved when the chief tells them that they will be permitted to kill th...