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Old September 10, 2010, 04:53 AM
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Question Embarbussaments (Català)

Jo coneixia aquest embarbussament, (una versiò, l'altra l'he trobada a la net...) Sabeu d'altres?

"Setze jutges d'un jutjat mengen fetge d'un penjat, si el penjat es despenges, els setze jutges d'un jutjat no menjariem fetge d'un penjat"

"Setze jutges d'un jutjat mengen fetge d'un penjat, el penjat es despenja, i es menja els setze fetges dels jutges que l'han penjat"
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Old September 10, 2010, 05:16 AM
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¡Hombre, el "setze jutges"! Encara no sé pronunciar-ho bé.

Cards verds taquen, secs piquen. També: cards secs piquen, verds taquen si es toquen (alemán puro y duro ).

El Panxo li diu a en Pinxo: Vols que et punxi amb un punxó? Però en Pinxo li diu a en Panxo: Punxa però a la panxa no (també es una cançó).

En cap cap cap cap cap de corda (tradueixo: en ninguna cabeza cabe ningún cabo de cuerda).

Un plat pla, ple de pebre negre està (aquest també és molt típic).

La perdiu li diu a la garsa: Què fas tu, garsa? I tu perdiu que fas?, li diu la garsa.

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Old September 10, 2010, 05:34 AM
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Jo el dels "setze jutges" sempre ho he pronunciat sense problemes...
Pero els que em dones no els havia vist mai (en Panxo/Pinxo em sonava...) (Be practicarem una miqueta...)
Moltes gracies!
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Doncs jo tenia que haver dit "els cheche chuches"

De res, ja buscarem més. Deixa-m'hi pensar.
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I ara!
Podriem inventar un "embarbussament" en angl
ès...
Judging the judges that judge the judgement... or something of that order,
My judgment of the judges judging the case, lack enough judgeship, so they are judgeless...
(Of course, to include a "liver" in here is quite a trick... but at least you have the sounds...)

How do you jach (judge) that?

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I ara!
Podriem inventar un "embarbussament" en angl
ès...
Judging the judges that judge the judgement... or something of that order,
My judgment of the judges judging the case, lack enough judgeship, so they are judgeless...
(Of course, to include a "liver" in here is quite a trick... but at least you have the sounds...)

How do you jach (judge) that?

Glups...
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A veure si pots traduïr :

Quan dic dic, no dic dic, que dic dec.
Si dic dec i dic dic, dic que no és pas dic el que dic, sinó dec, com ho dic.

I aquest, a veure si no t'equivoques :

De genollons genollons, collia collia; de genollons genollons, collia codonys; de genollades, codonyades, i amb els dits, codonys collits.

(no val a dir la paraula que penses)
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Haha! Jo tenia un professor que es deia "Diegu" (perque com jo era 'xarnego'... i el seu fill es deia "Didac".)

Cuando digo digo, no digo digo, que digo Diego... ¡NO!, digo debo.

When I say I owe, I don't say I say, in fact I say I owe.

Si digo debo y digo digo, digo que no es digo lo que digo, sino debo, [tal] como lo he dicho.

If I say I owe and I say I say, I say that it not I say what I say, but [rather] I owe, as I said it.

Ai, quins co***ns! (No ho he dit!, que consti!) (Aixó deu ser la etymologia de l'anglés "pros in cons")

Hi ha un molt similar en espanyol:
"Por la calle corría cordones cogía, por la calle corriendo cordones cogiendo".
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Old September 15, 2010, 03:18 AM
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Jajaja, aquest no ho sabia. Vaya con los "coooordones".
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