Lexiophiles TGIF Selection No. 20

Another Friday, another TGIF selection… you know how it works now, every week we provide you with the best of the web, and we say Thank God it’s Friday because we finally have some time to relax and rejoice in our idleness. Help with your contributions! Send all the interesting and fun links you find around the WWW!

Corentin from Belgium (English)
The multiple uses of “dude”
“An admitted dude-user during his college years, Scott Kiesling said the four-letter word has many uses: in greetings (“What’s up, dude?”); as an exclamation (“Whoa, Dude!”); commiseration (“Dude, I’m so sorry.”); to one-up someone (“That’s so lame, dude.”); as well as agreement, surprise and disgust (“Dude.”).”

Poland (English/Italian)
A movie comparing Italy with the rest of Europe. Dangerous: based on stereotypes!

Japan (English/Japanese)
Funny Japanese TV Commercials
Check this and see if you can understand Japanese sense of humor.

Italy (English, well not really)
Missunderstanding between an Italian and English-speaking people in Malta. Funny!

Korea (Korean)
A famous gag program in Korea. This episode describes a senior & younger generation’s uncomfortable relations in Korean society in funny way.

Brazil (English)
Images You Won’t Believe Aren’t Photoshopped
Take a look at these images: at first sight it looks like someone was bored and started photoshopping everything around. But wait…

Russia (English)
Swedish tribute to Michael Jackson… dance like u never been dancing, live as if is heaven on Earth!

China (English)
Two Chinese young boys sing like Backstreet boys. Pay attention to their facial expressions…

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1 thought on “Lexiophiles TGIF Selection No. 20”

  1. Backstreet boys is a very popular band during my teenage years, they are great performers too.’,*

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