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Tässä ketjussa puhutaan vain suomea !

Perhana kun kerran turskat avasivat oman ketjun omalle kielelleen niin me kaikki kaksi suomalaista heilutaan sitten täällä !

Morjens näppärä, oletko maisemissa
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okay now that's a language I don't get

A man may fight for many things. His country, his friends, his principles, the glistening ear on the cheek of a golden child. But personally, I'd mud-wrestle my own mother for a ton of cash, an amusing clock and a sack of French porn.
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Oooo Finnish!

Sanomi Helé
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Ture Madilé


...aaah wait, that's not Finnish....
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okay now that's a language I don't get
You´re not alone
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Päivä korben
udele luumele, tusketutsi ihoystavällänän
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Oooo Finnish!

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...aaah wait, that's not Finnish....
lmfao

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Päivä korben
udele luumele, tusketutsi ihoystavällänän
Huh My estonian is bit rusty
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Perhana kun kerran turskat avasivat oman ketjun omalle kielelleen niin me kaikki kaksi suomalaista heilutaan sitten täällä !

Morjens näppärä, oletko maisemissa
No korben I don´t think you are the only finn in here. I know at least one more
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No korben I don´t think you are the only finn in here. I know at least one more
Tiedän, on meitä ainakin kaksi. Ja ehkä muutama muu jotka eivät vaivaudu kirjoittamaan laudalla. Hälläväliä kivaa täällä on silti
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korben, I can only a few words in Finnish, and what I tried to say earlier was whar is written on the backside of the Suikse voide box.

Though I do remember what Juha Mieto said to me when I tread on his ski in Holmenkollen. I will not repeat it here

uudelle lumelle = dry snow isn`t it
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[QUOTE=salimaJuha Mieto said to me uudelle lumelle = dry snow isn`t it [/QUOTE]

Yes. To "New snow" He is a legend. Only man to lose olympic gold by 0.01 seconds I was 9 then and I still remember commentator shouting "This can´t be true.... !!!"
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I don't speak finnish but I know the best word in this language.

Vittu!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I feel like some vittu lately

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I don't speak finnish but I know the best word in this language.

Vittu!!!!!!!!!!!!
You have meet some of teen finns then
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Originally Posted by salimaJuha Mieto said to me uudelle lumelle = dry snow isn`t it :confused:[/QUOTE

Yes. To "New snow" He is a legend. Only man to lose olympic gold by 0.01 seconds I was 9 then and I still remember commentator shouting "This can´t be true.... !!!"
Mieto is still unbelievably popular here, and last year the crowd and press got a new finnish darling, AnnMari Viljanmää.
The woodland the Holmenkoll races goes through had many finnish farms, and people there still see themselvs as a bit finnish. THe land was taken by finnish imigrants way back in 16??. you cna find names of finnish origin as: Hakkim, Hakloa, Hakula, Mago
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