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If your partner comes from a different part of the world, why not surprise them this Valentine’s Day and tell them you love them in their native language? You might even meet and fall for someone on your travels, so why not impress them with some romantic local knowledge? With this infographic, brought to you by Just The Flight, it doesn’t matter if you find yourself needing to say it in French, Russian, Hawaiian or even sign language, we’ve got you covered! Just The Flight compiled a list of how to say ‘I love you’ in 50 different languages. They even included how to pronounce them so you don’t make a fool of yourself, or accidentally call them something insulting! Full Size: How To Say I Love You Around The World Infographic Subscribe To Our Newsletter We send one email, once a week, with the most popular & interesting infographics of the week. Comments comments. The 9 Most Devastating Insults From Around the World.
A responsible traveler won't set foot in another country without knowing how to viciously insult the people in their native language.
Odds are, you won't even make it out of the airport before a situation arises that requires obscenities. But "obscenity" is an ever-moving target. It's an amalgamation of cultural taboos, the impact of current events and your mom. Accordingly, every country has developed a uniquely beautiful set of curses and insults that set it apart. While some insults are broadly accessible, like your mom, others will require a little background for the new student. . #9. Who Said That? Dear God Why? Other helpful Spanish phrases: When dookie is used for even the most pedestrian exclamations, more heated applications escalate the filth factor pretty rapidly: "I shit on your dead" (Me cago en tus muertos) "I shit on God" (Me cago en Dios) "I shit in/on your whore mother" (Me cago en tu puta madre)
20 Latin Phrases You Should Be Using. You’d probably be surprised by how much Latin you actually already know.
Hundreds of words—like memo, alibi, agenda, census, veto, alias, via, alumni, affidavit and versus—are all used in everyday English, as are abbreviations like i.e. (id est, "that is") and etc. (et cetera, "and the rest"). Even some entire Latin phrases have become so naturalized in English that we use them, in full, without a second thought—like bona fide (literally "in good faith"), alter ego ("other self"), persona non grata ("unwelcome person"), vice versa ("position turned"), carpe diem ("seize the day"), cum laude ("with praise"), alma mater ("nourishing mother"), and quid pro quo ("something for something," "this for that").
Besides fairly commonplace examples like these, however, English has adopted a number of much less familiar Latin phrases and expressions that go criminally underused—20 examples of which are listed here. Literally meaning "who benefits? All images courtesy of iStock unless otherwise noted. Word up: The phonetics of branding in marketing. Although I have published a number of papers on the psychology of gambling advertising, branding, and marketing, I cannot claim to be in expert in the more general area of branding psychology.
However, I feel more knowledgeable about the area having just read a fascinating paper by Sascha Topolinski, Michael Zürn and Iris Schneider recently published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology. Their paper examines “the biomechanical connection between articulation and ingestion-related mouth movements to introduce a novel psychological principle of brand name design”. Now I’m sure a lot of you will be none-the-wiser from that description but keep with me because I think what they have done is ingenious. Before I get to the heart of their research findings, I ought to add that I also learned a lot in their paper’s introduction.
For instance: Based on these research findings, Dr. The paper did make me wonder about implications for brand names in the gambling industry. Further reading.
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