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spiritedenergy
Mar 30th, 2009, 03:52 AM
As gaviotabr said in the other thread, we are going to be without Ana for 1 month... so I thought we could share our musical tastes (this will also help us to know a bit more about each other:p). Our friends from JJ forum are welcomed to join:lol::p.

I will start: since Friday i can't stop listening to Private Dancer of Tina Turner.:hearts:

Reckoner
Mar 30th, 2009, 05:35 PM
The band Pavement and I have gotten along quite well recently.

Of course I am a huge Radiohead fan. It's where my name comes from.

gaviotabr
Mar 30th, 2009, 05:46 PM
I have this song in my head right now:

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Princeza
Mar 30th, 2009, 05:54 PM
I have this song in my head right now:



Do you like Ivete?

gaviotabr
Mar 30th, 2009, 06:03 PM
Do you like Ivete?

Yes.. mostly her balads.. I do like her personality a lot.

gaviotabr
Mar 30th, 2009, 06:06 PM
This 2 songs from Ivete make me all emotional.. :sad::worship:

Ofd9H6XgYQk

8at9FMjkBGY

Princeza
Mar 30th, 2009, 06:13 PM
I prefer her songs with more rythm but overall I like her a lot, great artist and performer :worship:

gaviotabr
Mar 30th, 2009, 06:15 PM
I prefer her songs with more rythm but overall I like her a lot, great artist and performer :worship:

Which song do you like?

She is a great artist.. and super funny.. whenever I see an interview of her on TV, it never fails to crack me up big time.:lol:

Princeza
Mar 30th, 2009, 06:27 PM
Which song do you like?

She is a great artist.. and super funny.. whenever I see an interview of her on TV, it never fails to crack me up big time.:lol:

I loved her already in Banda Eva. I like Cadê Você, Eva, Levada louca. I have so many :lol:
And this version :D
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I saw her in a concert, she's so insane :lol:

gaviotabr
Mar 30th, 2009, 06:31 PM
I loved her already in Banda Eva. I like Cadê Você, Eva, Levada louca. I have so many :lol:
And this version :D
ocpGW_oLfE4

I saw her in a concert, she's so insane :lol:

Where did you see her concert? I've also been in one.. it was just awesome.. She has so much energy!

I loved this version of Sorte Grande. Everytime I listen to this song I think about the soccer world cup, it was like a theme song.. :lol:

Marilyn Monheaux
Mar 30th, 2009, 06:37 PM
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No joke!Heard in on the radio today and instantly loved it:hearts:

Princeza
Mar 30th, 2009, 06:43 PM
Where did you see her concert? I've also been in one.. it was just awesome.. She has so much energy!

I loved this version of Sorte Grande. Everytime I listen to this song I think about the soccer world cup, it was like a theme song.. :lol:

She did a single concert here in Paris.
I couldn't believe it when I saw her name scheduled; it was incredible because she had like 10 in Portugal :lol:
I compare her to an athlete, even more when I see her concerts in Brazil :eek:
It must be crazy there!

gaviotabr
Mar 30th, 2009, 06:53 PM
She did a single concert here in Paris.
I couldn't believe it when I saw her name scheduled; it was incredible because she had like 10 in Portugal :lol:
I compare her to an athlete, even more when I see her concerts in Brazil :eek:
It must be crazy there!

It's totally crazy.. she can be jumping up and down for like 4 hours non stop.

Like here.. Sorte Grande in Maracanã:

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Princeza
Mar 30th, 2009, 07:08 PM
It's totally crazy.. she can be jumping up and down for like 4 hours non stop.

Like here.. Sorte Grande in Maracanã:


Amazing :worship:
A pic from the one I've been to, I'm sure she lost like 3kgs this night.
And I love her dresses :hearts:
http://i42.tinypic.com/hsmijl.jpg

дalex
Mar 30th, 2009, 09:39 PM
While we're on the topic of Brazilian music...

I was looking to post Cibelle - Hate, but I couldn't find it. Anyway, found another song that I have no idea how it ended on my PC but I love it. Here it is (never saw the video before today):

-OPVl6kiN8I

gaviotabr
Mar 30th, 2009, 09:54 PM
While we're on the topic of Brazilian music...

I was looking to post Cibelle - Hate, but I couldn't find it. Anyway, found another song that I have no idea how it ended on my PC but I love it. Here it is (never saw the video before today):

-OPVl6kiN8I

Hi Alex! :wavey:

This song was the theme song of my last year on high school! :lol: So many great memmories! :lol: It's really nice.. pity that Tribalistas only released 1 album. My favorite song by them is another one though:

Velha Infância

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jelenacg
Mar 30th, 2009, 10:04 PM
This song is so old but whenever i hear it i want to dance :bounce::bounce:
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дalex
Mar 30th, 2009, 10:09 PM
Hey Isa :kiss:

What's velha infancia? It's nice but I'm more into faster songs... though Portuguese is always :inlove: to hear.

One of my all time favourite songs is this:
Rui Da Silva - Touch Me (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZhLMgPopiho&feature=related)

As for which songs I can't get out of my head at the moment - they're from a group called The Knife:
Heartbeats (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWLuqly6uCQ)
Pass This On (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpTnREBxOIk&feature=related)

gaviotabr
Mar 30th, 2009, 10:15 PM
Hey Isa :kiss:

What's velha infancia? It's nice but I'm more into faster songs... though Portuguese is always :inlove: to hear.


Velha infancia means Old Childhood. It's a love song though.. :lol:

I'm more into slow songs.. I almost always fall asleep when I have my ipod on.. :lol::lol: Just get lost in my thoughts, Ana style.. :lol:

jelenacg
Mar 30th, 2009, 10:17 PM
Hi Alex! :wavey:

This song was the theme song of my last year on high school! :lol: So many great memmories! :lol: It's really nice.. pity that Tribalistas only released 1 album. My favorite song by them is another one though:

Velha Infância

nJYZl1Ewoxk
OMG i love that song :hearts::bounce:i heard it so many times but never knew what was the name of that song

gaviotabr
Mar 30th, 2009, 10:20 PM
OMG i love that song :hearts::bounce:i heard it so many times but never knew what was the name of that song

Hi Jelena! :wavey:

I remember this song was on a soap opera too, so it was really popular here. :lol:

I had never heard the samba song you posted above.. :lol: Who sings that? :lol:

дalex
Mar 30th, 2009, 10:26 PM
Velha infancia means Old Childhood.

Thanks, that's what I thought... but I wasn't sure.
You've never heard Samba de Janeiro? :speakles:

Justice vs Simian - We are Your Friends (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQLEj2cLXqk)

jelenacg
Mar 30th, 2009, 10:29 PM
Hi Jelena! :wavey:

I remember this song was on a soap opera too, so it was really popular here. :lol:

I had never heard the samba song you posted above.. :lol: Who sings that? :lol:

Belini ,it was so popular here :)

gaviotabr
Mar 30th, 2009, 10:39 PM
Thanks, that's what I thought... but I wasn't sure.
You've never heard Samba de Janeiro? :speakles:


No.. had never heard it.. :confused:

Belini ,it was so popular here :)

It was not popular here.. :lol:

дalex
Mar 30th, 2009, 10:42 PM
How about Samba de Liberdade (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sc6IStOU-2I) (Ricky Rivaros Sundale Mix)? :hearts:

gaviotabr
Mar 30th, 2009, 10:46 PM
How about Samba de Liberdade (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sc6IStOU-2I) (Ricky Rivaros Sundale Mix)? :hearts:

No.. never heard it.. :confused:

дalex
Mar 30th, 2009, 10:53 PM
:lol:

Balltossovic
Mar 31st, 2009, 12:47 AM
I can't get this out of my head. It's already the top song in the top 25 in my ipod and I only downloaded it a week ago:shrug:


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hellas719
Mar 31st, 2009, 12:50 AM
TNS and Maro Litra-Kaneis Lathos:worship:

spiritedenergy
Mar 31st, 2009, 01:40 AM
when i left this morning this thread had 0 replies:tape: now has 28:bounce: But it's all about brazilian music which i have no idea about:lol: Isabela is really the queen of our forum:worship::angel:

gaviotabr
Mar 31st, 2009, 02:19 AM
when i left this morning this thread had 0 replies:tape: now has 28:bounce: But it's all about brazilian music which i have no idea about:lol: Isabela is really the queen of our forum:worship::angel:

I'm totally spaming your thread, sorry! :lol::kiss:

spiritedenergy
Mar 31st, 2009, 02:25 AM
I'm totally spaming your thread, sorry! :lol::kiss:

it's not spamming:kiss::wavey: Now I can't listen to those songs at home but tomorrow i have the morning booked for them:lol::p

But really i had no idea brazilian music was so popular:eek:... i only know Vinicio Capossela (is he brazilian?), and then another one very famous that i can't remember, i think he's very old now...

Nikkiri
Mar 31st, 2009, 09:17 AM
M83 :inlove:

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And this song :hearts:
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дalex
Mar 31st, 2009, 09:55 AM
^:lol: Love it! (M83)

Here's sth for Isa, from Serbia with love. And I promise I'm done with my Brazil obsession. :lol:

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spiritedenergy
Mar 31st, 2009, 02:08 PM
Right now I can't stop listening to Crazy for you of Madonna... I came to know these songs on Friday during a karaoke and now I'm addicted:p

Reckoner
Mar 31st, 2009, 05:47 PM
M83 :inlove:

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Very cool song. They did a great performance of it on Conan not too long ago.

Mixo
Mar 31st, 2009, 05:57 PM
I cant stop listening Rihanna right now.

Dont stop the music
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsRWpK4pf90

Disturbia
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6zdhHLvT7k

Shut up and drive
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WAapKx2TvM



Specially this 3 songs.

Rihanna <333333333

jonnyroyale_13
Mar 31st, 2009, 07:07 PM
<3

alright, im embarrassed to ask, but after 2 years of wondering about it, i have to ask.
Is that <3 supposed to represent what i think it does?:o:p if not, whats that all about?:confused::help:

spiritedenergy
Mar 31st, 2009, 07:29 PM
alright, im embarrassed to ask, but after 2 years of wondering about it, i have to ask.
Is that <3 supposed to represent what i think it does?:o:p if not, whats that all about?:confused::help:

:haha: I think it means "heart", so "I love". I'm the same as you, at first i thought it was an obscene symbol:hehehe::lol::tape:

Mixo
Mar 31st, 2009, 07:30 PM
BOOBS? Are BOOBS what you thought?



Yes, they are. Hahahah

azdaja
Mar 31st, 2009, 07:30 PM
alright, im embarrassed to ask, but after 2 years of wondering about it, i have to ask.
Is that <3 supposed to represent what i think it does?:o:p if not, whats that all about?:confused::help:
text version of this smilie http://yelims1.free.fr/Amour/Amour54.gif

we tried to talk about the music in the off-topic thread, but football eventually proved more successful during the uefa 08. but i will ad my 2 cents to this thread. not exactly songs i can't stop listening, but - the following song has been getting a lot of play on one "alternative" radio station here:

Buraka Som Sistema feat. PongoLove - Kalemba feat. PongoLove (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=veCCKpy3ZbQ&feature=related)

and one of my favourite producers with a song that's very different from his stuff i usually like, a total love song:
Luidmila feat Dj Znobia » Eu te amo (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGxa4MXCQUo)

i am entirely in spirit of posting music in portugese, but as you can see i am more into the music from this side of the atlantic. the reason my flag is angolan is because i listen to a lot of music from there these days.

jonnyroyale_13
Mar 31st, 2009, 07:57 PM
I'm the same as you, at first i thought it was an obscene symbol:hehehe::lol::tape:

i thought it for 2 years.:lol: its a heart then. i wouldve never got it. glad i asked then.:p

spiritedenergy
Mar 31st, 2009, 08:22 PM
BOOBS? Are BOOBS what you thought?



Yes, they are. Hahahah

:haha:ehm... not that. Ok no need to go there:lol::p

spiritedenergy
Mar 31st, 2009, 10:05 PM
text version of this smilie http://yelims1.free.fr/Amour/Amour54.gif

we tried to talk about the music in the off-topic thread, but football eventually proved more successful during the uefa 08. but i will ad my 2 cents to this thread. not exactly songs i can't stop listening, but - the following song has been getting a lot of play on one "alternative" radio station here:

Buraka Som Sistema feat. PongoLove - Kalemba feat. PongoLove (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=veCCKpy3ZbQ&feature=related)

and one of my favourite producers with a song that's very different from his stuff i usually like, a total love song:
Luidmila feat Dj Znobia » Eu te amo (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGxa4MXCQUo)

i am entirely in spirit of posting music in portugese, but as you can see i am more into the music from this side of the atlantic. the reason my flag is angolan is because i listen to a lot of music from there these days.

Hi Azdaja, where are you from? I saw that you travel a lot but didn't realize where you are from exactly:lol:. But i think Finland or Hungary;)

azdaja
Mar 31st, 2009, 10:28 PM
Hi Azdaja, where are you from? I saw that you travel a lot but didn't realize where you are from exactly:lol:. But i think Finland or Hungary;)
i guess you were banned during the uefa 08 or you would understand i am from austria. i am of serbian origin though. which incidently doesn't explain that i am a fan of ana (my lack of support for jj makes it more obvious, i guess). i think many people have noticed i like certain places, many of them "exotic" in terms of popularity. so, i'm austrian, with serbian roots and cosmopolitan (weird) attitude.

spiritedenergy
Apr 1st, 2009, 01:33 AM
i guess you were banned during the uefa 08 or you would understand i am from austria. i am of serbian origin though. which incidently doesn't explain that i am a fan of ana (my lack of support for jj makes it more obvious, i guess). i think many people have noticed i like certain places, many of them "exotic" in terms of popularity. so, i'm austrian, with serbian roots and cosmopolitan (weird) attitude.

What is UEFA 2008? The European soccer championship? I didn't follow last year (and by the way i was banned for 1 week only in September, but banned people can still access the forum, they are not evicted from society or something :lol::p). I noticed you traveled a lot in Russia, Estonia and Eastern Europe that's why I thought you were from there;)

azdaja
Apr 1st, 2009, 11:06 AM
What is UEFA 2008? The European soccer championship? I didn't follow last year (and by the way i was banned for 1 week only in September, but banned people can still access the forum, they are not evicted from society or something :lol::p). I noticed you traveled a lot in Russia, Estonia and Eastern Europe that's why I thought you were from there;)
yeah, it's the european football championship and last year it was in my city (well, it was in austria and switzerland), so we were posting a lot about it and i was supporting my home team, always a frustrating experience :tape:

i've never been to russia actually, but i did travel to finland and from there to estonia and later to portugal. i guess i am known around here as someone with a lot of interest in finland. my finnish friends say i'm weird because i'm even learning their language and stuff. i guess not many people do that, but why not. i thought you might have concluded that i'm from finland for that reason, you wouldn't be the first :lol: i usually have the finnish flag next to my name as well, but right now i'm thinking that angola is a pretty cool country :p

Mixo
Apr 1st, 2009, 04:47 PM
:haha:ehm... not that. Ok no need to go there:lol::p

Ok, a ballsack

xDDD




A heart? I really thought they were boobs, ok, a heart then.

jonnyroyale_13
Apr 1st, 2009, 05:55 PM
:spit: well, maybe i shouldnt have brought it up. i see a heart now, but its a bit of a stretch to say <3 looks like a heart. But if thats what it is, then....<3:D

Well its an offtopic thread, but this forum is a bit unorganized lately, just post wherever.:lol:
I have a tennis question... They often say in match commentary 'she disguises her serve well' or something similar. I want to know, how to tell a person that doesn't disguise a serve well, what do i look for? I never see it. What can give a serve away? Balltoss?

dybbuk
Apr 1st, 2009, 07:09 PM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCcEg0tok8o

TV On The Radio. :cool:

azdaja
Apr 2nd, 2009, 11:22 AM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCcEg0tok8o

TV On The Radio. :cool:
"Dieses Video ist in deinem Land nicht verfügbar." (this video is not available in your country)

copyright :rolleyes:

i could see the second video, though.

дalex
Apr 2nd, 2009, 01:01 PM
UlxtIKPSK-0

spiritedenergy
Apr 2nd, 2009, 04:50 PM
MDpXGWeIU_w

Reckoner
Apr 3rd, 2009, 03:31 AM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCcEg0tok8o

TV On The Radio. :cool:

I like. What other stuff do you listen to?

dybbuk
Apr 4th, 2009, 06:28 PM
I like. What other stuff do you listen to?

All kinds. I helped introduce Nikke to M83 which she posted earlier in the thread. :angel: If you have last.fm you can see all my music there. :lol:

jelenacg
Apr 10th, 2009, 11:56 AM
1zCzUlJXs4Q

Balltossovic
Apr 10th, 2009, 01:27 PM
Put That Woman First- Jaheim

Princeza
Apr 10th, 2009, 04:18 PM
2O6R-ZOuMjY

Balltossovic
Apr 10th, 2009, 04:19 PM
Theme from Titanic:awww:

MM_1257
Apr 10th, 2009, 05:18 PM
Coldplay - Viva la vida
Rihanna - Rehab

Costanza
Apr 10th, 2009, 08:09 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jno3C6YQqko

Salsa at it best;)

Nikkiri
Apr 10th, 2009, 08:42 PM
All kinds. I helped introduce Nikke to M83 which she posted earlier in the thread. :angel: If you have last.fm you can see all my music there. :lol:

HAHAHA, NO. It was all Daniel. :)

Reckoner
Apr 10th, 2009, 10:29 PM
All kinds. I helped introduce Nikke to M83 which she posted earlier in the thread. :angel: If you have last.fm you can see all my music there. :lol:

Link? or whats your name?

Mine is UltimatePossum
http://www.last.fm/user/UltimatePossum

дalex
Apr 14th, 2009, 08:29 PM
Lately I've been seeing this vid on MTV. :dance:

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spiritedenergy
Apr 17th, 2009, 03:21 AM
I like this song and searching in youtube for it i found

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Can't believe poeple would have the courage to record and show this :tape::help::weirdo:

BuTtErFrEnA
Apr 17th, 2009, 12:35 PM
:topic: omg can i use that!!!! lmao!!! The I.D.E.M.O

spiritedenergy
Apr 17th, 2009, 08:37 PM
:topic: omg can i use that!!!! lmao!!! The I.D.E.M.O

I think so, ask The Daviator :lol: (i didn't ask though:p)

The Daviator
Apr 17th, 2009, 11:10 PM
I love your sig spirited :angel: :p

And of course you can have it Kimmy, any Ana fan can :yeah:

BuTtErFrEnA
Apr 18th, 2009, 12:20 AM
thanks :sobbing:

spiritedenergy
Apr 18th, 2009, 06:01 AM
This is song is so, so, so, awesome.:hearts: I always liked it since i was child, i love the 80ies sooo much:inlove:

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The video is a bit:tape: though:lol:

Ksenia.
Apr 18th, 2009, 06:14 AM
I can watch this vid every day :lol: Greeeat song and the video always makes me smile

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hellas719
Apr 18th, 2009, 02:21 PM
I can't stop listening to Mihalis Hatzigiannis, a Greek singer.
My favorite songs from him are (in no particular order)-
-I agapi pou menei
-Na eisai ekei
-Emeis i dio san ena
-Anapoda
-To s'agapo

...And so many more:)

dybbuk
Apr 22nd, 2009, 08:13 PM
Link? or whats your name?

Mine is UltimatePossum
http://www.last.fm/user/UltimatePossum

Oh, I saw this an age later. :sobbing:

http://www.last.fm/user/AWcb

spiritedenergy
Apr 23rd, 2009, 10:02 PM
She is my favorite singer. I used to listen almost exclusively to her, and talk to her like she was my best friend:lol:. I considered her my hero because she was able to create her own record label without compromising with the big labels. I still love her but I listen to everything now. This is one of her most famous songs.:kiss:

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Balltossovic
Apr 23rd, 2009, 10:09 PM
Journey- Don't Stop Belieeeeeeving!!:dance:

http://www.imeem.com/people/JoRI5V/music/wN0e6PcU/journey-dont-stop-believing/

spiritedenergy
May 4th, 2009, 01:13 AM
Another one of my favorite songs from Ani. So touching :sobbing:
6QgzLmppXC0

дalex
May 16th, 2009, 11:06 AM
00ZHah-c0hQ

hellas719
May 17th, 2009, 06:14 AM
Zv9jUffQKxI

hellas719
May 17th, 2009, 06:15 AM
zm1FAC-03EQ

hellas719
May 17th, 2009, 06:16 AM
3d2As81yRq8

hellas719
May 17th, 2009, 06:17 AM
OCx2_mHr-T4

hellas719
May 17th, 2009, 06:17 AM
IwyuOU-OdQw

InsideOut.
May 17th, 2009, 07:30 AM
Taylor Swift :hearts:

spiritedenergy
May 25th, 2009, 04:50 AM
Paparazzi by Lady GaGa... it reminds me of the europop of the 70's- 80's:hearts:

Balltossovic
May 30th, 2009, 05:28 PM
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hellas719
Jun 14th, 2009, 04:59 PM
I know you want me-Pitbull
Poso Se Thelo-nESo

hellas719
Jul 22nd, 2009, 01:10 AM
This song has been so popular for Greeks outside of Greece, so I assume it is popular in Greece although I check the national top 10 chart weekly and haven't seen it yet, but maybe it's developing:shrug:

HoTmcuCpUvY

Do you guys like it?

gaviotabr
Jan 24th, 2010, 09:14 PM
I listened to this song while in Madrid.. I had been looking for it over youtube and finally found it. Cool!

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gaviotabr
Jan 24th, 2010, 09:15 PM
By the way.. I miss Luca.. wonder where he is... Though, it's better to be away nowadays.. no reason for celebrations over the forum.. :sobbing:

jelenacg
Jan 24th, 2010, 09:53 PM
Nice song i like it .I`ve already heard about that singer Chenoa ,she is good

Luca who ? jk :lol:
I talked to him a few days ago ,he`s been busy i told him to post on forum or we`ll forget about him
Not sure Ana losing to Dulko will help,he is sick of Ana losing

When i was in Spain i listened this song :lol::lol:

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Ofc we didn`t know lyrics and we would be quiet until starts the part `Que viva Espana ` which we knew how to sing :spit::lol:

gaviotabr
Jan 24th, 2010, 10:09 PM
Nice song i like it .I`ve already heard about that singer Chenoa ,she is good

Yes, she is very good.. I also like this Chenoa song:

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Luca who ? jk :lol:
I talked to him a few days ago ,he`s been busy i told him to post on forum or we`ll forget about him
Not sure Ana losing to Dulko will help,he is sick of Ana losing

I can totally relate to the last part.. I'm also sick of Ana losing.. :o

So.. if he listens to you.. I guess he can surprise us with a post anyday, so we won't forget him.. :p:lol:

When i was in Spain i listened this song :lol::lol:

Ofc we didn`t know lyrics and we would be quiet until starts the part `Que viva Espana ` which we knew how to sing :spit::lol:

:lol: I had never listened to this song.. :lol: Que viva España! Que viva España! lalalala :lol:

jelenacg
Jan 24th, 2010, 10:35 PM
Yes, she is very good.. I also like this Chenoa song:
:lol: I had never listened to this song.. :lol: Que viva España! Que viva España! lalalala :lol:

Yeah funny song :lol:
I like the other Chenoa`s song as well ;)

Mixo
Jan 24th, 2010, 10:41 PM
So you've been here, Jelena?!?!

Manolo Escobar is soooo funny

jelenacg
Jan 24th, 2010, 10:51 PM
So you've been here, Jelena?!?!

Manolo Escobar is soooo funny

Yes i was in Barcelona last year during Fed Cup
I didn`t watch Fed Cup :lol: i just happened to be in Spain at that time

Mixo
Jan 24th, 2010, 10:58 PM
Yes i was in Barcelona last year during Fed Cup
I didn`t watch Fed Cup :lol: i just happened to be in Spain at that time

Oh yeah, your brother, Barcelona, I remember now... ¬¬

The FC tie was in Lleida, wasnt it? :lol:

jelenacg
Jan 24th, 2010, 11:01 PM
Oh yeah, your brother, Barcelona, I remember now... ¬¬

The FC tie was in Lleida, wasnt it? :lol:

I think it was ,it`s actually not far from Barcelona if i remembered correctly :lol:

Mixo
Jan 25th, 2010, 06:51 PM
I think it was ,it`s actually not far from Barcelona if i remembered correctly :lol:

Yeah, it's not too far.

I can't stop listening Daft Punk these days, their new album is a big piece of shit, but you gotta love the classics.

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One more time reminds me of summer time :sad: Love it!

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Around the world+Harder better faster stronger live. Best song ever?

lLYD_-A_X5E

I have to admit I'm in love with these two girls...


Technologic, Aerodynamic, Crescendolls, and more...

azdaja
Jan 30th, 2010, 09:31 PM
lLYD_-A_X5E

I have to admit I'm in love with these two girls...
very cool :cool:

i am also in love with pretty much all girls from this video :p

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i don't say this song is great, i just like it coz it comes from the english music genre i am following a lot and it's not in english. and if ksenia is reading this, ei kuule mind means something like don't you hear me? i am just guessing from similarities between finnish and estonian.

The 2nd Law
Jan 31st, 2010, 03:48 AM
I'm obsessed with Muse at the moment.

SOA_MC
Feb 2nd, 2010, 12:38 PM
What happen to Luca?

Has he done something I can't do... leave the forum? :speakles:

spiritedenergy
Feb 2nd, 2010, 10:32 PM
hey guys I still read the forum!:lol::kiss: It's only that I'm very busy with real life... I need to graduate plus other stuff, I'm getting older and busier:o. Also I admit I'm so disappointed in Ana, i tried not to post during the Australian Open to "unjinx" her but it didn't work... I like her and like tennis but seeing her losing all the time makes me want to forget about it... But don't worry I keep reading (I was even surprised when Wartheim? wrote in the forum:lol:)

:wavey:

gaviotabr
Feb 2nd, 2010, 10:37 PM
hey guys I still read the forum!:lol::kiss: It's only that I'm very busy with real life... I need to graduate plus other stuff, I'm getting older and busier:o. Also I admit I'm so disappointed in Ana, i tried not to post during the Australian Open to "unjinx" her but it didn't work... I like her and like tennis but seeing her losing all the time makes me want to forget about it... But don't worry I keep reading (I was even surprised when Wartheim? wrote in the forum:lol:)

:wavey:

LUCA! :lol:

I miss you! :p

It was actually Matt Cronin who joined us.. :lol:

jelenacg
Feb 2nd, 2010, 10:59 PM
Luca :wavey:
We miss you :hug:

jonnyroyale_13
Feb 2nd, 2010, 11:02 PM
quit making excuses Luca:ras: jk:p good to see you again:wavey:

gaviotabr
Mar 29th, 2010, 08:34 PM
I dedicate this song to Ana:

Fear of Wasted Time

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jelenacg
Mar 31st, 2010, 06:26 PM
I dedicate this song to Ana:

Fear of Wasted Time


:lol:
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gaviotabr
Apr 8th, 2010, 01:44 PM
This vídeo never fails to crack me up! Self deprecation at its best! And on song! :lol:

EshGQDYBKyE

I always take a look at this video when I'm in a bad mood.. always leaves me laughing.. :lol:

jelenacg
Apr 8th, 2010, 02:08 PM
This vídeo never fails to crack me up! Self deprecation at its best! And on song! :lol:
I always take a look at this video when I'm in a bad mood.. always leaves me laughing.. :lol:

Good one :lol:

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This is just hilarious :lol:

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:haha::haha:

McPie
Apr 27th, 2010, 03:21 AM
would be

Elvis Presley - Pocketful of Rainbows

;)

Dexter
Jun 13th, 2010, 09:47 AM
Good by guys! :wavey: I'm leaving for a 2 months trip through Russia, Mongolia & China. So I doubt I'll have time to check the forum.
Hope Ana doesn't make you count to much DFs during Wimbledon! :scared:

Dexter
Jun 13th, 2010, 10:23 AM
Thanks! :)
Are you from Estonia?
I'm actually going to be in Tallinn tomorrow and I've got 5 hrs (between 4pm and 9pm) to kill between the buses.

jelenacg
Jun 13th, 2010, 10:44 AM
Wow 2 months,have fun :)

azdaja
Jun 13th, 2010, 11:17 AM
have fun, dexter :wavey: sounds like an interesting trip.

doni1212
Jun 13th, 2010, 01:16 PM
Bye Dexter! Have fun!! You'll be missed! :wavey:

spiritedenergy
Jun 13th, 2010, 05:24 PM
Good by guys! :wavey: I'm leaving for a 2 months trip through Russia, Mongolia & China. So I doubt I'll have time to check the forum.
Hope Ana doesn't make you count to much DFs during Wimbledon! :scared:

OMG what a wonderful trip!:eek:

Have a nice trip, i'm sure it's going to be amazing...

gaviotabr
Jun 16th, 2010, 12:29 AM
I'm in such a bad mood today.. Ana lost.. I missed class (which I hate to do).. then Brazil had that awful match at world cup.. :o So.. people who came for the soccer match just left the house.. I sit here again and all I feel like doing is moaning here and watching old telenovelas clips on youtube. :spit:

This is where my nickname comes from :spit::

oHF_mV7Ny-Y

:hearts::lol:

I was just 9 when I watched this telenovela for the first time.. :lol: Me and my grandmother.. :lol: The Gaviota from this telenovela rocks! She is the smartest telenovela lead ever! Go Gaviota go go! :lol:

spiritedenergy
Jun 16th, 2010, 01:40 AM
I'm in such a bad mood today.. Ana lost.. I missed class (which I hate to do).. then Brazil had that awful match at world cup.. :o So.. people who came for the soccer match just left the house.. I sit here again and all I feel like doing is moaning here and watching old telenovelas clips on youtube. :spit:

This is where my nickname comes from :spit::

oHF_mV7Ny-Y

:hearts::lol:

I was just 9 when I watched this telenovela for the first time.. :lol: Me and my grandmother.. :lol: The Gaviota from this telenovela rocks! She is the smartest telenovela lead ever! Go Gaviota go go! :lol:

:tape::lol::help:

the only telenovela from south america i watched was called "Maria", did you have that in Brazil? I think it was argentinian, it was so weird, all weird things going on:lol:

gaviotabr
Jun 16th, 2010, 01:58 AM
:tape::lol::help:

the only telenovela from south america i watched was called "Maria", did you have that in Brazil? I think it was argentinian, it was so weird, all weird things going on:lol:

There are about 1000000 telenovelas called "Maria". :spit:

I'm so cursy, I love telenovelas. :spit: This one I posted was a 1994 colombian telenovela called "Coffee, with the scent of a woman". :spit: The title is hilarious, but conected with the story. It was actually a very clever telenovela, very educative. After it finished I knew everything involved with the Coffee business.. from how it gets collected from the trees, to how it gets selected, to what different kinds of coffee there are, how it gets exported... a bunch of things. I even knew what should be done to care for coffee trees affected by the plague. :spit: All characters work on the coffee business.. and Gaviota rocks so much she goes from a coffee collector to a business woman working for the Colombian Coffee association on the World Trade Organization in a few years time. She had this ability to memorize everything she read. The whole coffee business is what moves the telenovela along. Besides, Gaviota fights and screams and doesn't let people step on her. :lol: Totally cool in a world of weak and stupid telenovela leads.

This was the predecessor to the Ugly Betty telenovela that got made as a TV series on the US later on. Both written by the same script writer. It was the huge success of this telenovela in Latin America that allowed him to write Betty. And this was also redone, but in México.. twice! :spit:

spiritedenergy
Jun 16th, 2010, 02:23 AM
There are about 1000000 telenovelas called "Maria". :spit:

I'm so cursy, I love telenovelas. :spit: This one I posted was a 1994 colombian telenovela called "Coffee, with the scent of a woman". :spit: The title is hilarious, but conected with the story. It was actually a very clever telenovela, very educative. After it finished I knew everything involved with the Coffee business.. from how it gets collected from the trees, to how it gets selected, to what different kinds of coffee there are, how it gets exported... a bunch of things. I even knew what should be done to care for coffee trees affected by the plague. :spit: All characters work on the coffee business.. and Gaviota rocks so much she goes from a coffee collector to a business woman working for the Colombian Coffee association on the World Trade Organization in a few years time. She had this ability to memorize everything she read. The whole coffee business is what moves the telenovela along. Besides, Gaviota fights and screams and doesn't let people step on her. :lol: Totally cool in a world of weak and stupid telenovela leads.

This was the predecessor to the Ugly Betty telenovela that got made as a TV series on the US later on. Both written by the same script writer. It was the huge success of this telenovela in Latin America that allowed him to write Betty. And this was also redone, but in México.. twice! :spit:

WOW it sounds interesting! it's a very interesting topic for sure... and i LOVE the underdogs stories of people working their way up, i loved for example the movie with melanie griffith and sigourney weiver (don'r remember the title...), the devil wears prada, erin brokovich...

the Maria i'm talking about is "maria de nadie" with grecia colmenares, it was so big in Italy i don't know why... she was a house keeper that fell in love with the son of the lady owning the house, then she was involved in a murder i don't remember how, and ended up in a favela for some time:lol::sad:

jelenacg
Jun 16th, 2010, 02:32 AM
WOW it sounds interesting! it's a very interesting topic for sure... and i LOVE the underdogs stories of people working their way up, i loved for example the movie with melanie griffith and sigourney weiver (don'r remember the title...), the devil wears prada, erin brokovich...

the Maria i'm talking about is "maria de nadie" with grecia colmenares, it was so big in Italy i don't know why... she was a house keeper that fell in love with the son of the lady owning the house, then she was involved in a murder i don't remember how, and ended up in a favela for some time:lol::sad:

That`s strange :lol:

The first soap i watched also with my grandmother was `Kasandra` .That soap was huge in Serbia :lol::lol:
Now i can`t beleive i watched that shit :o

spiritedenergy
Jun 16th, 2010, 03:33 AM
That`s strange :lol:

The first soap i watched also with my grandmother was `Kasandra` .That soap was huge in Serbia :lol::lol:
Now i can`t beleive i watched that shit :o

yeah i used to watch a lot of them too, now i hate them:help::lol: i used to watch dallas and dynasty (but i was so little i couldn't really understand the plot), but my all time favorite was the bold and beautiful, i loved the character Brooke Logan:lol::help:

azdaja
Jun 16th, 2010, 09:09 AM
That`s strange :lol:

The first soap i watched also with my grandmother was `Kasandra` .That soap was huge in Serbia :lol::lol:
Now i can`t beleive i watched that shit :o
there is a rumour that many people in serbia learned spanish from telenovelas. i know my cousin from serbia did. i had learned spanish in the old-fashioned way from books and when i met her i could speak spanish with her without any problems. then i met a group of spanish people who told me they heard about that too, lol. but i guess you will know better how widespread that is.

gaviotabr
Jun 16th, 2010, 11:05 AM
WOW it sounds interesting! it's a very interesting topic for sure... and i LOVE the underdogs stories of people working their way up, i loved for example the movie with melanie griffith and sigourney weiver (don'r remember the title...), the devil wears prada, erin brokovich...

Yes, it's really a nice and sort of different telenovela. It's all about working your way up, and the value of hard work and intelligence. There is a moment in the telenovela that the rich family suspects Gaviota might be daughter to the late patriarch.. when she hears that, she almost freaks out.. but not because of the usual reasons. Because she would hate to be daughter to some rich man.. :spit: She says people would not recognize her value and the fact that she worked her way up in life all on her own and by her own efforts, and would just give credit to her having blue blood. In the end she wasn't daughter to the old rich man.. :lol: She was the daughter of some random coffee collector that wispered sweet nothings into her mother's ear someday and disappeared the very next. :lol: Gaviota gets super relieved because of that. :spit: Most of the action of the telenovela happens at the Colombian Coffee association, a coffee Farm and a Coffee export company. The title of the telenovela comes from the name of the special gourmet coffee the male lead spends months (and they show all the process) developing in honor and as a gift to Gaviota. :spit:

the Maria i'm talking about is "maria de nadie" with grecia colmenares, it was so big in Italy i don't know why... she was a house keeper that fell in love with the son of the lady owning the house, then she was involved in a murder i don't remember how, and ended up in a favela for some time:lol::sad:

Typical.. :spit:

I didn't see that one.. :lol:

There is one telenovela airing here now that tells the story of a father who loses his son on a car crash. The son was a recent graduated doctor, who had left his sperm frozen for some research he was doing. When the father finds that out, he gets crazy about the idea of getting a grandson, continuation of his son.. so he goes on a crazy quest to find the perfect mother for his grandson, someone who accepts to get inseminated. :spit: Freaky.. :lol:

gaviotabr
Jun 16th, 2010, 11:06 AM
That`s strange :lol:

The first soap i watched also with my grandmother was `Kasandra` .That soap was huge in Serbia :lol::lol:
Now i can`t beleive i watched that shit :o

:lol: Kasandra! :lol: I saw some of that.. but that one was so bad.. :lol:

gaviotabr
Jun 16th, 2010, 11:07 AM
there is a rumour that many people in serbia learned spanish from telenovelas. i know my cousin from serbia did. i had learned spanish in the old-fashioned way from books and when i met her i could speak spanish with her without any problems. then i met a group of spanish people who told me they heard about that too, lol. but i guess you will know better how widespread that is.

I recently saw an interview in spanish with Sorana Cirstea and she said she learned spanish watching telenovelas. I know she is romanian and it should be easier than for serbians, but I guess it's possible. She was speaking perfect spanish by the way.

azdaja
Jun 16th, 2010, 02:22 PM
I recently saw an interview in spanish with Sorana Cirstea and she said she learned spanish watching telenovelas. I know she is romanian and it should be easier than for serbians, but I guess it's possible. She was speaking perfect spanish by the way.
yeah, like i said my cousin's spanish was also perfect, so serbians definitely can learn it too. and it's funny to hear about sorana. it's funny that telenovelas are contributing to the growth of spanish language in places where nobody would have expected it.

jelenacg
Jun 16th, 2010, 06:58 PM
there is a rumour that many people in serbia learned spanish from telenovelas. i know my cousin from serbia did. i had learned spanish in the old-fashioned way from books and when i met her i could speak spanish with her without any problems. then i met a group of spanish people who told me they heard about that too, lol. but i guess you will know better how widespread that is.

It`s not rumour it`s true :lol:
I have couple of friends who also learned spanish like that .Acctually i think every person here knows to say at least few words in spanish .I don`t think you can say that about english
yeah, like i said my cousin's spanish was also perfect, so serbians definitely can learn it too. and it's funny to hear about sorana. it's funny that telenovelas are contributing to the growth of spanish language in places where nobody would have expected it.
It`s not really strange,we are being bombed with soaps whole day :o :rolleyes: I don`t mind 1 or 2 but i bet there are at least 5-7 soaps showing on tv here .That`s too mmuch :tape:
And those soaps have very poor scenarios with always the same story and same words being used so it makes you even less hard to learn spanish
I also think spanish is very easy to learn for the serbs (i have no idea why)

I recently saw an interview in spanish with Sorana Cirstea and she said she learned spanish watching telenovelas. I know she is romanian and it should be easier than for serbians, but I guess it's possible. She was speaking perfect spanish by the way.
Sorana watching soaps :spit:
I wonder if Ana learned some spanish watching soaps :lol:

gaviotabr
Jun 16th, 2010, 08:53 PM
yeah, like i said my cousin's spanish was also perfect, so serbians definitely can learn it too. and it's funny to hear about sorana. it's funny that telenovelas are contributing to the growth of spanish language in places where nobody would have expected it.

This is the interview:

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azdaja
Jun 16th, 2010, 10:18 PM
It`s not rumour it`s true :lol:
I have couple of friends who also learned spanish like that .Acctually i think every person here knows to say at least few words in spanish .I don`t think you can say that about english

It`s not really strange,we are being bombed with soaps whole day :o :rolleyes: I don`t mind 1 or 2 but i bet there are at least 5-7 soaps showing on tv here .That`s too mmuch :tape:
And those soaps have very poor scenarios with always the same story and same words being used so it makes you even less hard to learn spanish
I also think spanish is very easy to learn for the serbs (i have no idea why)
the same words are helpful, but you can't learn the grammar that easily just by listening. i like spanish, so it's great to see it growing no matter what :p i gotta say, though, my cousin grew up effectively bilingual just thanks to telenovelas. which is quite amazing.


Sorana watching soaps :spit:
I wonder if Ana learned some spanish watching soaps :lol:
i'm thinking she probably did :lol:

This is the interview:

yGtv7bKrHrs
sorana :inlove:

Curtos07
Jun 16th, 2010, 10:52 PM
Sorana watching soaps :spit:
I wonder if Ana learned some spanish watching soaps :lol:

She did. :lol: From Ask Ana:

oscar: Do you speak Spanish?
Ana: Unfortunately not. But I can say some phrases – I learnt a tiny bit of Spanish by watching some Spanish soap operas some years ago.
http://www.anaivanovic.com/news/ask-ana-42?quicktabs_1=1

jelenacg
Jun 16th, 2010, 11:39 PM
She did. :lol: From Ask Ana:


http://www.anaivanovic.com/news/ask-ana-42?quicktabs_1=1

Hilarious :spit:
I bet she watched Kasandra too :lol::tape::lol:

the same words are helpful, but you can't learn the grammar that easily just by listening. i like spanish, so it's great to see it growing no matter what :p i gotta say, though, my cousin grew up effectively bilingual just thanks to telenovelas. which is quite amazing.


I learned italian the same way, watching italian channels and thanks to my father who speaks it very well.
I didn`t learn it at school and my brother did but since i learned it basically just by watching tv and my brother never did that ,today me and my father watch italian main news with no problems while my brother doesn`t understand a thing :lol:
I can`t speak it but when i went to Italy i understood everything people said to me :lol:

azdaja
Jun 17th, 2010, 09:31 AM
I learned italian the same way, watching italian channels and thanks to my father who speaks it very well.
I didn`t learn it at school and my brother did but since i learned it basically just by watching tv and my brother never did that ,today me and my father watch italian main news with no problems while my brother doesn`t understand a thing :lol:
I can`t speak it but when i went to Italy i understood everything people said to me :lol:
it's a good way to learn a language, at least to understand it. saying that you learned a language by watching tv is fine and you deserve respect for that. but when people say they learned a language by watching soap operas it's kinda funny.

perhaps i should watch brazilian soap operas in order to improve my portuguese? :lol: any recommendations izzy? :p

and oh yeah, now i remember ana said she used to watch soap operas :lol:

jelenacg
Jun 17th, 2010, 10:24 AM
it's a good way to learn a language, at least to understand it. saying that you learned a language by watching tv is fine and you deserve respect for that. but when people say they learned a language by watching soap operas it's kinda funny.

perhaps i should watch brazilian soap operas in order to improve my portuguese? :lol: any recommendations izzy? :p

and oh yeah, now i remember ana said she used to watch soap operas :lol:

:spit:
If you manage to learn language every way is a good one i guess

gaviotabr
Jun 17th, 2010, 10:26 AM
it's a good way to learn a language, at least to understand it. saying that you learned a language by watching tv is fine and you deserve respect for that. but when people say they learned a language by watching soap operas it's kinda funny.

perhaps i should watch brazilian soap operas in order to improve my portuguese? :lol: any recommendations izzy? :p

and oh yeah, now i remember ana said she used to watch soap operas :lol:

:lol: Let's see.. there are many good ones.. :lol: Watch O Clone.. that seems to be a popular one abroad.

azdaja
Jun 17th, 2010, 11:46 AM
:lol: Let's see.. there are many good ones.. :lol: Watch O Clone.. that seems to be a popular one abroad.
http://www.oclone.net/home.htm

there is a serbian version of that site too :haha: perhaps the next generation of serbian tennis players will all speak portuguese :lol:

edit: i just saw this :spit:

Welcome to the most popular Serbian site about the Brazilian soap opera "The Clone" (O Clone, 2001).
so the entire site is ectually serbian. they really love telenovelas there :rolls:

but i really need to listen portuguese more, so i might even take a look at some episodes :p i mean, i'm reading books in portuguese and listen to some music, but listening easy conversations would help me a lot. now, if only the brazilians and the portuguese would actually start speaking the same language :tape:

spiritedenergy
Jul 26th, 2010, 02:53 AM
i'm hooked with this song now... i bet that's what ana said to adam and then he dumped her:tape::lol:

fvKhDiNME4E

doni1212
Jul 26th, 2010, 03:38 AM
That is such a beautiful song. It's one of my favorite Janet Jackson songs and she looks sooo pretty in the vid too.

spiritedenergy
Jul 26th, 2010, 03:57 AM
That is such a beautiful song. It's one of my favorite Janet Jackson songs and she looks sooo pretty in the vid too.

yes i love it too! i didn't really remembered it because her early albums weren't very big in Italy... but it's so beautiful and the video with New York too... she's so talented, a great artist;)

jelenacg
Oct 4th, 2010, 12:05 PM
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azdaja
Nov 8th, 2010, 06:13 PM
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i totally missed this post. so why do you like this song by tha austrian goat?

i had to post here because i've just checked out newest "kuduro" songs on youtube and there was one by the one and only don omar :lol: too bad that dani dementia doesn't post here much anymore to explain to you how cheesy reggaeton is, and the reggaeton king don omar probably even thinks that speeding up a reggaeton track is all it takes to make a kuduro one :awww: it's not like i can't stop listening this song, it's more than easy, but it's the best example of doin it rong that i can think of at the moment, so here it is :rolls:

Don Omar - Danza Kuduro ft. Lucenzo (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zp1TbLFPp8)

Dexter
Nov 8th, 2010, 06:35 PM
R5NN4UeuGCU

:rocker2:

azdaja
Nov 9th, 2010, 08:08 PM
Sabe Dimas (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUpP9w1GXQA&feature=related)

so, izzy, do you understand this? :confused: from what i understand this is cabo verde creole (based on portuguese) and i just want to know how bad i should feel about not understanding shit :tape:

awesome song, though :worship:

gaviotabr
Nov 9th, 2010, 08:14 PM
Sabe Dimas (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUpP9w1GXQA&feature=related)

so, izzy, do you understand this? :confused: from what i understand this is cabo verde creole (based on portuguese) and i just want to know how bad i should feel about not understanding shit :tape:

awesome song, though :worship:

Oh my.. can't understand a thing!! :spit:

azdaja
Nov 9th, 2010, 08:33 PM
Oh my.. can't understand a thing!! :spit:
it's not really portuguese anyway :lol: ;)

i feel slightly more "secure" about my potuguese insecurities now, though :tape:

perhaps i will try to talk to you a bit in portuguese in this forum if you don't mind? ;)

gaviotabr
Nov 9th, 2010, 09:28 PM
it's not really portuguese anyway :lol: ;)

i feel slightly more "secure" about my potuguese insecurities now, though :tape:

perhaps i will try to talk to you a bit in portuguese in this forum if you don't mind? ;)

Sure!

Nós podemos falar em portugues sempre que você quiser! ;)

jelenacg
Nov 9th, 2010, 10:50 PM
i totally missed this post. so why do you like this song by tha austrian goat?



I have no idea . I liked it even before i knew what he was singing about .It sounds fucked up ,maybe bc of that :shrug:

doni1212
Nov 10th, 2010, 03:20 AM
Sure!

Nós podemos falar em portugues sempre que você quiser! ;)

I understood that! :woohoo: :lol:

doni1212
Nov 10th, 2010, 03:25 AM
The real song starts at about 15 seconds in...

8ESdn0MuJWQ&ob

azdaja
Nov 10th, 2010, 06:04 PM
Sure!

Nós podemos falar em portugues sempre que você quiser! ;)
bom! :D mas eu prefiro e preciso falar portugues de portugal. como estas? tudo bom?

btw, when i was travelling in the balkans recently i was watching a brazilian telenovela every morning, well, during my stay in serbia. it was called "caminho das indias". it didn't look as bad as some people say :lol: but they were showing plenty of telenovelas there (i spent one entire day just watching tv and it seemed like one was on all of the time :lol: ), though most were in spanish. and while i am not sure about this it could be similar in bulgaria, i met a couple of girls there who spoke spanish. didn't ask them how they'd learned it.

and i think i should mention that what i feel is complicated about portuguese is that pronunciation varies so wildly from place to place. whenever i hear a song from a lusophone country i'm like, "am i supposed to understand this?" :tape: i feel relieved that usually if i don't understand it people from portugal or brazil also don't. perhaps i should not listen to so much african music? :o

anyway, i should have tried to say all this in portuguese, but perhaps somebody else also cares? :lol: :tape:

I have no idea . I liked it even before i knew what he was singing about .It sounds fucked up ,maybe bc of that :shrug:
ok. yeah, the song sounds fucked up, but it's a good song. i was just wondering if you get to hear a lot of german language music in serbia? since i was watching brazilian soap operas while i was there i have no idea :lol:

The real song starts at about 15 seconds in...

8ESdn0MuJWQ&ob
i used to listen to this kind of music a lot about the time i registered on this board. nice.

jelenacg
Nov 10th, 2010, 10:01 PM
but they were showing plenty of telenovelas there (i spent one entire day just watching tv and it seemed like one was on all of the time :lol: ), though most were in spanish.


Oh we have so many soaps here.
The most popular/watched soap now is actually turkish soap :spit: At first i was laughing at my friends for watching it and i ended up getting hooked on it :tape:


ok. yeah, the song sounds fucked up, but it's a good song. i was just wondering if you get to hear a lot of german language music in serbia? since i was watching brazilian soap operas while i was there i have no idea :lol:

It depends what someone likes i guess.But i don`t think we get to hear a lot of german music here :shrug:

gaviotabr
Nov 11th, 2010, 10:16 AM
bom! :D mas eu prefiro e preciso falar portugues de portugal. como estas? tudo bom?

btw, when i was travelling in the balkans recently i was watching a brazilian telenovela every morning, well, during my stay in serbia. it was called "caminho das indias". it didn't look as bad as some people say :lol: but they were showing plenty of telenovelas there (i spent one entire day just watching tv and it seemed like one was on all of the time :lol: ), though most were in spanish. and while i am not sure about this it could be similar in bulgaria, i met a couple of girls there who spoke spanish. didn't ask them how they'd learned it.

and i think i should mention that what i feel is complicated about portuguese is that pronunciation varies so wildly from place to place. whenever i hear a song from a lusophone country i'm like, "am i supposed to understand this?" :tape: i feel relieved that usually if i don't understand it people from portugal or brazil also don't. perhaps i should not listen to so much african music? :o

anyway, i should have tried to say all this in portuguese, but perhaps somebody else also cares? :lol: :tape:


:lol:

Portuguese is actually very different from country to country. Even here in Brazil it changes in the many parts of the country. Sometimes I can't understand what portuguese people say.. :spit:

I remember this telenovela.. Caminho das Índias.. it was a huge hit here. :lol:

azdaja
Nov 12th, 2010, 07:01 PM
Oh we have so many soaps here.
The most popular/watched soap now is actually turkish soap :spit: At first i was laughing at my friends for watching it and i ended up getting hooked on it :tape:
oh yeah, i saw it too. well, i saw they were showing it, i didn't watch it. it's in a language i won't be learning :p

It depends what someone likes i guess.But i don`t think we get to hear a lot of german music here :shrug:
ok, so it's just usual stuff such as falco, nena and rammstein :tape: that is known there.

:lol:

Portuguese is actually very different from country to country. Even here in Brazil it changes in the many parts of the country. Sometimes I can't understand what portuguese people say.. :spit:

I remember this telenovela.. Caminho das Índias.. it was a huge hit here. :lol:
portuguese varies much more than spanish does and spanish is spoken in more countries. and then you have more creole languages based on portuguese than on spanish. perhaps spanish people traditionally have more grammar nazis among them? or should i say perhaps they have a grammar inquisition? :lol:

i actually met a portuguese speaker last night. from africa :sobbing: i guess i really need to go to portugal to get to practice just one version of the language.

and just to stay on off-topic, i don't know if i posted this song already :p

Ary - Como Te Sentes Tu (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjGK3NBvn60)

jelenacg
Nov 12th, 2010, 07:35 PM
oh yeah, i saw it too. well, i saw they were showing it, i didn't watch it. it's in a language i won't be learning :p

You probably know some turkish words bc in serbian language we use around 3000 turkish words .I have to say i was very surprised when i heard this .

ok, so it's just usual stuff such as falco, nena and rammstein :tape: that is known there.


yes :lol:

cocco80
Nov 12th, 2010, 07:37 PM
ok, so it's just usual stuff such as falco, nena and rammstein :tape: that is known there.

You forgot one more.. better than aforementioned. :D

Ja! Ja! Ja!
Nein! Nein! Nein!
Ich bin nicht dein Sex Objekt
Zweigefühl so ganz direkt
Ich bin nicht Dein Sex Objekt
Deine Tricks sind fast perfekt
Ich bin nicht Dein Sex Objekt
Du machst mich an und gehst dann weg
Ja!
Vielleicht
Ja!
Vielleicht
Warum? Warum?
Doch!
Nein!
Warum? Warum?
Doch!
(Spanish: No! Yes! Maybe Perhaps Yes)
No... si, si quieres
No... si, si quieres
Por que? No. Quizas.
Por que? No. A lo mejor.

:lol:

Anyway, I've been following your discussion about various soap operas, but I can't make a contribution as I never followed one. However, I remember one funny incident which happened at the time they were showing Kassandra (I just made a search and found out it was a venezuelan telenovela) in Serbia. Allegedly, the main character, a girl named Kassandra, ends up in prison for some reason (I wish I knew what it was :lol:) and the people in some villages across the country made a petition as a way to express their disappointment because of it. :tape:

:help:

I still can't decide whether that was a laughing matter or a crying one.

jelenacg
Nov 12th, 2010, 07:44 PM
Anyway, I've been following your discussion about various soap operas, but I can't make a contribution as I never followed one. However, I remember one funny incident which happened at the time they were showing Kassandra (I just made a search and found out it was a venezuelan telenovela) in Serbia. Allegedly, the main character, a girl named Kassandra, ends up in prison for some reason (I wish I knew what it was :lol:) and the people in some villages across the country made a petition as a way to express their disappointment because of it. :tape:

:help:
I still can't decide whether that was a laughing matter or a crying one.
I know that story :lol:
Urban legend says the petition was made bc they wanted to get her out of jail :lol::tape:

cocco80
Nov 12th, 2010, 08:00 PM
I know that story :lol:
Urban legend says the petition was made bc they wanted to get her out of jail :lol::tape:

:lol: That's right. Now I remember the whole story. That's just crazy, but I must admit I'm a bit jealous of people who can make themselves believe anything.

I could make myself believe baby Anci will win AO,RG,W and USO next year. :bounce::lol:

azdaja
Nov 12th, 2010, 08:12 PM
You probably know some turkish words bc in serbian language we use around 3000 turkish words .I have to say i was very surprised when i heard this .
of course i know some turkish words and that's without even taking into account serbian language :lol: and that's not reallly that surprising, spaniards use about 2000 arabic words and the rest of us also uses a couple - algebra, sugar, chemistry...

You forgot one more.. better than aforementioned. :D

Ja! Ja! Ja!
Nein! Nein! Nein!
Ich bin nicht dein Sex Objekt
Zweigefühl so ganz direkt
Ich bin nicht Dein Sex Objekt
Deine Tricks sind fast perfekt
Ich bin nicht Dein Sex Objekt
Du machst mich an und gehst dann weg
Ja!
Vielleicht
Ja!
Vielleicht
Warum? Warum?
Doch!
Nein!
Warum? Warum?
Doch!
(Spanish: No! Yes! Maybe Perhaps Yes)
No... si, si quieres
No... si, si quieres
Por que? No. Quizas.
Por que? No. A lo mejor.

:lol:
kraftwerk don't count since they also made english versions of their songs which was quite lame. but if they count then this is the goat act of german pop music:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kHl4FoK1Ys&feature=related

the origin of the krocha culture :tape: and lol @ dieter bohlen "playing" guitar in this video :tape:

jelenacg
Nov 12th, 2010, 08:12 PM
:lol: That's right. Now I remember the whole story. That's just crazy, but I must admit I'm a bit jealous of people who can make themselves believe anything.

Me too :lol:
But the story says they were old ladies :lol: i guess their brain left them long time ago....
I could make myself believe baby Anci will win AO,RG,W and USO next year. :bounce::lol:

If you managed that you are a true fan.Otherwise you are just a hater :p

cocco80
Nov 12th, 2010, 08:28 PM
kraftwerk don't count since they also made english versions of their songs which was quite lame. but if they count then this is the goat act of german pop music:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kHl4FoK1Ys&feature=related

the origin of the krocha culture :tape: and lol @ dieter bohlen "playing" guitar in this video :tape:
Of course they count. They should be at the top of that list of yours. It doesn't matter they made english versions of their songs.

Please let's not talk about krocha culture. I'm a bit neurotic these days, that could potentially make me go really crazy. :lol:

Me too :lol:But the story says they were old ladies :lol: i guess their brain left them long time ago....


:hearts: That sounds great. I wish mine could leave me and never come back again. It would make my life so much easier.

If you managed that you are a true fan.Otherwise you are just a hater :p

Are you saying Izzy is the biggest hater on this board? :lol:

Yeah, I must say, I'll never be that over the top optimistic type of fan. I'm more of a skeptic one, but hopeful. :angel:

jelenacg
Nov 12th, 2010, 09:14 PM
:hearts: That sounds great. I wish mine could leave me and never come back again. It would make my life so much easier.

Not sure i like that `leave and never come back` but i sure would like a few days of rest :lol:

Are you saying Izzy is the biggest hater on this board? :lol:

Well ofc :p

azdaja
Nov 12th, 2010, 09:34 PM
Of course they count. They should be at the top of that list of yours. It doesn't matter they made english versions of their songs.

Please let's not talk about krocha culture. I'm a bit neurotic these days, that could potentially make me go really crazy. :lol:
why would krocha make you neurotic? they are fun :p

and don't get me wrong, i like kraftwerk:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjWGQvke8i4

gaviotabr
Nov 12th, 2010, 10:33 PM
portuguese varies much more than spanish does and spanish is spoken in more countries. and then you have more creole languages based on portuguese than on spanish. perhaps spanish people traditionally have more grammar nazis among them? or should i say perhaps they have a grammar inquisition? :lol:

i actually met a portuguese speaker last night. from africa :sobbing: i guess i really need to go to portugal to get to practice just one version of the language.

and just to stay on off-topic, i don't know if i posted this song already :p

Ary - Como Te Sentes Tu (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjGK3NBvn60)

It's really something I can't explain how portuguese gets so different from country to country.. maybe due to it being a very complex language? Too many words and choices.. :shrug:


Are you saying Izzy is the biggest hater on this board? :lol:


I've been acused of that many times! :sobbing:

doni1212
Nov 12th, 2010, 10:40 PM
Since we're on this topic, 2 of my favorite songs in Portuguese...and I can actually sing the 2nd one with almost perfect Portuguese, :lol:

5AfTl5Vg73A

70uewTLOZ4s

gaviotabr
Nov 12th, 2010, 10:50 PM
Since we're on this topic, 2 of my favorite songs in Portuguese...and I can actually sing the 2nd one with almost perfect Portuguese, :lol:

5AfTl5Vg73A

Oh my! This one reminds me of my childhood.. it was a big hit around 1990. :spit:

I remember my parents danced to this song in a parents competition at my school when I was 6! :spit:

70uewTLOZ4s

I love this one!

jelenacg
Nov 13th, 2010, 08:13 AM
Lambada :hearts:
I still like that song very much
I remember watching it on tv as a kid and asking my mother why old guy doesn`t let them dance together :sad:

The second one is also pretty

gaviotabr
Nov 13th, 2010, 12:22 PM
Lambada :hearts:
I still like that song very much
I remember watching it on tv as a kid and asking my mother why old guy doesn`t let them dance together :sad:

The second one is also pretty

Old guy is mean.. :sobbing:

azdaja
Nov 13th, 2010, 12:45 PM
lol, lambada, it's an absolute classic. i like both songs.

It's really something I can't explain how portuguese gets so different from country to country.. maybe due to it being a very complex language? Too many words and choices.. :shrug:
i think portuguese pronunciation lends itself for easy change and that it stems from that. plus portuguese language countries are fairly diverse and portuguse creoles influenced tham.

each way, written portuguese is more uniform and even creoles are somewhat intelligible in written form.

I've been acused of that many times! :sobbing:
just ignore such opinions ;) fans have every right to be more demanding from their faves and everyone who was patient enough to follow her over past 2 years definitely is a fan.

doni1212
Nov 13th, 2010, 06:24 PM
Lambada :hearts:
I still like that song very much
I remember watching it on tv as a kid and asking my mother why old guy doesn`t let them dance together :sad:

The second one is also pretty

:lol:

jelenacg
Nov 13th, 2010, 07:58 PM
:lol:

Don`t laugh i was really sad bc of it when i was a kid :lol:

Dexter
Nov 14th, 2010, 09:21 AM
Early 90s wouldn't be the same without lambada. :worship:
Gosh, imagine how shocking these clips were back then or Madonna's for example too. Wonder what would happen if Lady Gaga was then...

azdaja
Nov 14th, 2010, 09:40 PM
well, i don't know if lambada was that shocking (madonna was) :p

another question, though. who actually likes the hurricane ana song? :p

Filip Filipi - Hurricane Ana (Feat. Collie Buddz) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lI4sWgxdyY)

<Majmun>
Nov 24th, 2010, 01:16 PM
I been listening to everything lately. But this band grew on me lately.

RA-Skorn

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q701DEhTV8M

RA-Sky

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HcsD20HZdw

RA-A Poet's Dream

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7scvaJP5gU8&feature=related

jelenacg
Nov 28th, 2010, 10:14 PM
JhbYESVx9qE

T2T7RCuIU14

azdaja
Nov 28th, 2010, 10:26 PM
JhbYESVx9qE
nooooo :sobbing:

they suck so badd :sobbing:

jelenacg
Nov 28th, 2010, 10:31 PM
nooooo :sobbing:

they suck so badd :sobbing:

Really :lol:
I only know that song and i like it :p

azdaja
Nov 28th, 2010, 10:34 PM
i guess it's the only song that deserves to be tolerated :p

but i know i'd rather compare rihann to mozart than to them :haha:

jelenacg
Nov 28th, 2010, 10:39 PM
i guess it's the only song that deserves to be tolerated :p

but i know i'd rather compare rihann to mozart than to them :haha:

Poor Mozart :lol:

azdaja
Nov 30th, 2010, 12:04 AM
Poor Mozart :lol:
there are reasons i'm saying this, but more on that later :p

ana (dani dementia) will hate this:

Obsession (Reggaeton Remix) - Frankie J (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgpg1o-m7Zc)

but i love it :)

Danči Dementia
Nov 30th, 2010, 03:37 AM
:ras:

the original version is much better, the voice of the singer annoys me but at least the song is with a nice Dominican "bachata" rhytm :)

this is the one I can´t stop listening atm:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHuk3ody8Jw

:sobbing:

azdaja
Nov 30th, 2010, 10:28 AM
:ras:

the original version is much better, the voice of the singer annoys me but at least the song is with a nice Dominican "bachata" rhytm :)

this is the one I can´t stop listening atm:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHuk3ody8Jw

:sobbing:
i like some of pj harvey's music actually :)

<Majmun>
Nov 30th, 2010, 12:02 PM
A bit of good old music

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJiHQ2S_N8U

azdaja
Dec 1st, 2010, 11:53 PM
izzy eu conheci 2 brazileiras esta noite :lol: disseram que falo portugues muito bem :o mentiras :o

gaviotabr
Dec 2nd, 2010, 12:10 AM
izzy eu conheci 2 brazileiras esta noite :lol: disseram que falo portugues muito bem :o mentiras :o

:lol:

Porque você diz que é mentira? Escreveu direitinho em portugues, deve falar também! :lol:

azdaja
Dec 2nd, 2010, 12:32 AM
:lol:

Porque você diz que é mentira? Escreveu direitinho em portugues, deve falar também! :lol:
eu posso falar em portugues. mas "muito" bem? :o

tambem, elas pensam que falo "mais claro" do que a gente do portugal :tape:

gaviotabr
Dec 2nd, 2010, 12:40 AM
eu posso falar em portugues. mas "muito" bem? :o

tambem, elas pensam que falo "mais claro" do que a gente do portugal :tape:

:lol:

Eu não entendo metade do que os portugueses falam! :lol:

azdaja
Dec 2nd, 2010, 12:44 PM
:lol:

Eu não entendo metade do que os portugueses falam! :lol:
eu tampouco :sobbing: a gente precisa falar comigo mais lentamente e com a voz mais alta.

tu és (voce é ;) ) de são paulo? as brazileiras de ontem são dali.

gaviotabr
Dec 2nd, 2010, 01:22 PM
eu tampouco :sobbing: a gente precisa falar comigo mais lentamente e com a voz mais alta.

tu és (voce é ;) ) de são paulo? as brazileiras de ontem são dali.

Sim, eu sou de São Paulo!

Eu acho que os portugueses falam muito enrolado.. as vezes entendo mais quem é da Espanha. :lol::spit:

gaviotabr
Dec 2nd, 2010, 06:17 PM
Have you guys heard/payed atention to the lyrics of the Taylor Swift song that is suposedly about Sharapova's and Verdasco's (though in different moments :spit:) BFF Camilla Belle? :spit: I'm not that much into Taylor Swift, but the girl has a talent for being sharply direct on song! :lol:

PGVxUz_JQk4&

She's an actress, Whoa
She's better known for the things that she does
On the mattress, Whoa

:spit:

azdaja
Dec 2nd, 2010, 07:27 PM
Sim, eu sou de São Paulo!

Eu acho que os portugueses falam muito enrolado.. as vezes entendo mais quem é da Espanha. :lol::spit:
muita gente diz que o portugues de portugal parece com uma lingua eslava. que é a tua opinião?

gaviotabr
Dec 2nd, 2010, 07:33 PM
muita gente diz que o portugues de portugal parece com uma lingua eslava. que é a tua opinião?

Mmm.. Não. Não acho parecido com nenhuma lingua eslava. :shrug: É só mais cantado que o portugues do Brasil, o que faz com que seja difícil entender.

jelenacg
Dec 2nd, 2010, 07:53 PM
Have you guys heard/payed atention to the lyrics of the Taylor Swift song that is suposedly about Sharapova's and Verdasco's (though in different moments :spit:) BFF Camilla Belle? :spit: I'm not that much into Taylor Swift, but the girl has a talent for being sharply direct on song! :lol:

:spit:

Nice lyrics :lol:
But why would she write a song about Camilla.Did she steal her bf or something ,i don`t follow those gossips

azdaja
Dec 2nd, 2010, 08:06 PM
Mmm.. Não. Não acho parecido com nenhuma lingua eslava. :shrug: É só mais cantado que o portugues do Brasil, o que faz com que seja difícil entender.
bom. vou falar sobre esso também com as brazileiras que conhecí. mas as pessoas que não falam portugues dizem frequentamente que o portugues de portugal parece com servio, polaco... por outro lado alguma gente me disse que o portugues do brasil parece com a lingua russa :lol:

gaviotabr
Dec 2nd, 2010, 09:50 PM
bom. vou falar sobre esso também com as brazileiras que conhecí. mas as pessoas que não falam portugues dizem frequentamente que o portugues de portugal parece com servio, polaco... por outro lado alguma gente me disse que o portugues do brasil parece com a lingua russa :lol:

Há alguns anos, eu estava com a minha mãe em uma fila na Disney e um par de holandeses nos perguntou se eramos russas. Na época não entendi nada.. somos bem latinas. Agora entendo.. deviam estar achando o portugues parecido. :spit::lol:

gaviotabr
Dec 2nd, 2010, 09:53 PM
Nice lyrics :lol:
But why would she write a song about Camilla.Did she steal her bf or something ,i don`t follow those gossips

:lol:

Yes.. it seems Taylor Swift was dating Joe Jonas, of the Jonas Brothers (:spit:), when Camilla started dating him as well.. :lol: Andhe broke up with Taylor over the phone.

Gossip.. :lol::spit:

<Majmun>
Dec 3rd, 2010, 10:11 AM
Another two old ones. They might have 15+ years on them but they are 10 times better then todays crap on tv....

One of the better Serbian bands of the 90s era

Galija - Trube

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWLeNlYQyu8&feature=related

Galija - Dodirni me

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5g9Oq_kjxgg

jelenacg
Dec 3rd, 2010, 07:26 PM
:lol:

Yes.. it seems Taylor Swift was dating Joe Jonas, of the Jonas Brothers (:spit:), when Camilla started dating him as well.. :lol: Andhe broke up with Taylor over the phone.

Gossip.. :lol::spit:

:lol:
I was right then
Taylor shouldn`t be angry ,Camilla did her a favor :lol:


Galija - Dodirni me

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5g9Oq_kjxgg

I love that song :hearts:

<Majmun>
Dec 4th, 2010, 03:40 PM
Another classic

Guns N' Roses - Estranged

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxpG1PgrSZA

jonnyroyale_13
Dec 4th, 2010, 06:38 PM
SwypN3YI4m0
:singer:hooooO-YEEAAAAAH!!!:music:

azdaja
Dec 4th, 2010, 10:41 PM
izzy, we will continue our portuguese conversation, but just a short interruption to post this ;)

Katy B - Katy On A Mission - Official Music Video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNhPYj-5rIY)

i actually played together at a couple of events with the djs from this video :lol:

<Majmun>
Dec 5th, 2010, 02:15 AM
SwypN3YI4m0
:singer:hooooO-YEEAAAAAH!!!:music:

:rocker2::music:

1 more

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cOVzXYEU3Bk :cool:

azdaja
Dec 8th, 2010, 09:21 PM
é muito difícil ecrever mensagens (sms) em português :o

doni1212
Dec 9th, 2010, 03:19 AM
Temos uma festa na aula de portugues hoje e comi muito! :lol:
Vou fazer/tomar minha prova final terca-feira e acho que vai ser minha última aula de portugues (porque é meu semestre final), :sad:

azdaja
Dec 10th, 2010, 08:16 PM
nothing happens here right now...

doni, não sabía que estudavas português? :confused:

doni1212
Dec 11th, 2010, 01:54 AM
nothing happens here right now...

doni, não sabía que estudavas portugus? :confused:

Sim, um ano de portugês é mandátorio por pessoas que especializam em espanhol. Mas não sou bom em português, :lol: Eu só sei o básico.

azdaja
Dec 11th, 2010, 01:54 PM
ah, ok, é semelhante na universidade de viena, mas a gente pode escolher qualquer lingua românica. en tua opinião, que lingua é mais difícil para aprender, o português ou espanhol?

gaviotabr
Dec 12th, 2010, 09:41 AM
ah, ok, é semelhante na universidade de viena, mas a gente pode escolher qualquer lingua românica. en tua opinião, que lingua é mais difícil para aprender, o português ou espanhol?

azdaja, como você começou a aprender portugues?

A pergunta não é para mim.. :lol: mas.. tirando o fato que portugues é minha primeira lingua, eu diria que o espanhol é mais fácil. Tem menos regras gramaticais e uma pronuncia mais simples e homogênea.

Acho o portugues dificil de aprender, especialmente para quem tem como lingua nativa o ingles ou o alemão.

gaviotabr
Dec 12th, 2010, 09:42 AM
Sim, um ano de portugês é mandátorio por pessoas que especializam em espanhol. Mas não sou bom em português, :lol: Eu só sei o básico.

Doni, você escreve muito bem em portugues! :)

doni1212
Dec 12th, 2010, 08:02 PM
ah, ok, é semelhante na universidade de viena, mas a gente pode escolher qualquer lingua românica. en tua opinião, que lingua é mais difícil para aprender, o português ou espanhol?

Português porque eu aprendi espanhol por muitos anos e não é díficil mais. Mas a coisa que é o mais difícil é que as duas idiomas começam misturar e quando estou na aula de espanhol, falo palavras em português! :o :lol: É frustrante!

Doni, você escreve muito bem em portugues! :)

Obrigada!!

azdaja
Dec 12th, 2010, 09:35 PM
azdaja, como você começou a aprender portugues?
vendo telenovelas brasileiras :angel: :p j/k

simplemente quando aprendi espanhol ja quis aprender português porque é parecido. mas não tanto como eu pensava :o o pergunta era quando estava a começar e a resposta chegou cuando empezei ouvir muito a música angolana, 3 anhos atrás. foi o momento perfeito para perceber que o português e muito diferente :crying2:

e estou de acordo, o português é muito mais difícil.

Português porque eu aprendi espanhol por muitos anos e não é díficil mais. Mas a coisa que é o mais difícil é que as duas idiomas começam misturar e quando estou na aula de espanhol, falo palavras em português! :o :lol: É frustrante.
é frustrante, sim, mas acho que depois de algum tempo é mais fácil diferençar entre as 2 linguas e que saber espanhol é uma grande ajuda para a gente que aprende português.

doni1212
Dec 14th, 2010, 07:56 PM
é frustrante, sim, mas acho que depois de algum tempo é mais fácil diferençar entre as 2 linguas e que saber espanhol é uma grande ajuda para a gente que aprende português.

Sim.
Vou escrever em ingles: I just realized that of course Portuguese is easier for me because I already have the spanish language as a foundation. Both languages are very similar and it helps that I have Spanish to compare Portuguese to. I'm sure if I had not taken Spanish for many years, Portuguese would be more difficult!

azdaja
Dec 14th, 2010, 09:39 PM
Sim.
Vou escrever em ingles: I just realized that of course Portuguese is easier for me because I already have the spanish language as a foundation. Both languages are very similar and it helps that I have Spanish to compare Portuguese to. I'm sure if I had not taken Spanish for many years, Portuguese would be more difficult!
it's easier in english, isn't it? ;)

anyway, just to return to the topic, again something in portuguese:

Da Weasel feat. Buraka Som Sistema - dialectos da ternura (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0G1jtvkhVQo)

<Majmun>
Dec 18th, 2010, 06:02 PM
Dragana Mirkovic - Placi Zemljo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqZ_k0PwKl8

and

When i get drunk blast from the past

Dobrivoje Topalovic - Crno Vino (Red/Black Wine)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsvK5EdFGCw&feature=related

Dexter
Jan 26th, 2011, 04:14 AM
Bump for the off topic thread.

Hello from Indonesia. :wavey: 3rd week here already (time flies) and I love it here so far. Everything is just sooo different to anything Im used to in Europe and it's not even remotely similar to China. Apart from the fact they eat tons of rice every day.
People here are incredibly nice and open, sometimes even to direct in their questions, but I dont mind. Work isnt too difficult either.
Indonesian cuisine is :drool:icious and incredibly spicy.
For once I can actually follow AO matches w/o waking up in the middle of the night, but the problem is I'm usually at work and Internet connection sucks here. I didnt follow Ana's match (that day there was no Internet) so I just read the reports. Really pissed she lost in the 1st round as she lost a huge chance to improve her rankings. :( Gotta hope she will do better in Asian tournaments now.
I was actually enjoying this AO until the QFs... but out of these last 4 ones standing I really dont know who I want to win. Surely not Fiona, nor Crybaby, nor Sunshine, nor Nana... ewwww. :o I think honestly I would mind Na winning the least. :o

<Majmun>
Jan 31st, 2011, 04:59 PM
One of the better Serbian rock bands of an old era, before the influence of western pop music came along and trend became who wore less got more fame and who mimed better... got contracts.

Because singers these days are alergic to singing/preforming live.Not to mention rock faded away and so did the 90 Euro dance, rap is crap, so we are only left with ethnic music.

I dont have problem with folk/ethno music since i listen to it as well but there is no other kind such as rock or good dance music on the scene to balance it out.

They moved from singing live to miming these days, looks like it's a trend in almost every country now.

Then they took it a step further...now all singers are dressed as tarts and mime during preformences not to mention the plastic surgeries that they piled up. You have to go thru 50 songs these days to find 1 good one. Motto is quantity not quality.

But then again i can't blame them too much since people these days rip/download music off the net, so most of the money comes not from CD sales but from touring/preforming at venues. CD sales are more like promos.

These days fast food, fast cars, fast/cheap music, get an old song add a techno beat to it get some rapper to sing few verses that don't make sense while wearing so much bling that it looks like he just robbed a jewler, and voila! Bobs' your uncle.

Now that you have a song you just need to add half naked bitches and it's complete.

Back to the old rock...

Bajaga i Instruktori - Jos Te Volim (translation: "I still love you")

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enjravdgywE

Bajaga - Tisina (Peace/Silence)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLpLUOcczno

Bajaga- Plavi Safiru (Blue Safire)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8_JE3s1ozc&feature=related

Bajaga - Zazmuri (Close Your Eyes)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmYMiSQo864&feature=related

Piloti - Zaboravljeni (The Forgotten Ones)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mIZ6fgblosA

krystian
Jan 31st, 2011, 08:25 PM
btw, are there any articles where Ana says about music/songs she likes? I read once she likes Beyonce - Single Ladies and Justin Timberlake - What goes around.

Maybe you know what else she likes listening to? :P

nestor_bgd
Jan 31st, 2011, 09:01 PM
I can't, just can't stop listening to Jessie J - Do it like a dude (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOf3kYtwASo).

McPie
Feb 2nd, 2011, 06:24 AM
John Barry I believe ;)

<Majmun>
Feb 2nd, 2011, 01:43 PM
Some Eurodance music from Serbia that came from the mid and late 90s.

Twins - Beli hleb, crni grozd

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03bKExLM7_s

Twins - Kad Tad

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thxPSZttXg4&feature=related

Twins - Zena Mafia

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5DYVU_WKYI

there is no official video on youtube for this song so i had to post this link. So enjoy shitty car slides from someone :P )

Dr. Iggy - Oci boje tuge

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slk8CX-yp1s&feature=related

DR IGGY - NIKAD

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njP7fMWwnkY&feature=related

This genre of music disapeared almost as fast as it came on to the scene from the mid 90s. At the time everyone was bashing the new wave music /eurodance that emerged but there are many people that miss it now.Me being one of them but i still miss old rock more.

There is only one thing i disliked about this genre of music and that was extended use of English words in the songs.

I don't see English artists using other language for domestic market i never knew why other countries use English words for their domestic markets.But anyways...

Currently anything is better then the pop music coming out of America that is influencing the industry.

<Majmun>
Feb 8th, 2011, 12:09 PM
Paul Oakley - Final Sunset

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAzFjphEzTc

<Majmun>
Feb 20th, 2011, 02:32 PM
Neda Ukraden - Vidovdan (видовдан)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dFiLAtK_bY0

Safe-From-Harm
Mar 10th, 2011, 05:07 PM
Some Eurodance music from Serbia that came from the mid and late 90s.

Twins - Beli hleb, crni grozd

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03bKExLM7_s

Twins - Kad Tad

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thxPSZttXg4&feature=related

Twins - Zena Mafia

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5DYVU_WKYI

there is no official video on youtube for this song so i had to post this link. So enjoy shitty car slides from someone :P )

Dr. Iggy - Oci boje tuge

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slk8CX-yp1s&feature=related

DR IGGY - NIKAD

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njP7fMWwnkY&feature=related

This genre of music disapeared almost as fast as it came on to the scene from the mid 90s. At the time everyone was bashing the new wave music /eurodance that emerged but there are many people that miss it now.Me being one of them but i still miss old rock more.

There is only one thing i disliked about this genre of music and that was extended use of English words in the songs.

I don't see English artists using other language for domestic market i never knew why other countries use English words for their domestic markets.But anyways...

Currently anything is better then the pop music coming out of America that is influencing the industry.



Haha, Dr Iggy was one of the most popular group/guys in 90s,
I was a kid at that time but I know I knew almost all teh lyrics of his songs.

Wow, there were pretty funny artists at that time.

Ivanovic2008
Mar 28th, 2011, 09:35 PM
Moment 4 life by Drake and the girl rapper I usually hate who will remain nameless

azdaja
Mar 31st, 2011, 08:30 PM
i don't think i posted this here and since we have a brazilian poster here it really is missing.

oBXfpFzTNCE

so, izzy, do you know this song?

the drum'n'bass remix of this song was one of the biggest dance hits of the past 10 years. brings back so many memories even though i actually hate drum'n'bass (used to love it until i realised that some music genres are best consumed before some point in time). here it is, nevertheless:

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most people will probably recognise this song by jerge ben, though:

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listening to music like this is probably a more respectable way to learn portuguese than by watching telenovelas ;)

doni1212
Apr 2nd, 2011, 02:45 AM
i don't think i posted this here and since we have a brazilian poster here it really is missing.

most people will probably recognise this song by jerge ben, though:

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Yup! Our Brazilian/Portuguese singing club sings this all the time! I've song it a few times with them as well in class and stuff.

And this song made it even more popular to people who don't speak Portuguese.

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gaviotabr
Apr 2nd, 2011, 03:53 AM
i don't think i posted this here and since we have a brazilian poster here it really is missing.

oBXfpFzTNCE

so, izzy, do you know this song?

the drum'n'bass remix of this song was one of the biggest dance hits of the past 10 years. brings back so many memories even though i actually hate drum'n'bass (used to love it until i realised that some music genres are best consumed before some point in time). here it is, nevertheless:

2qgH1MURhvs

most people will probably recognise this song by jerge ben, though:

oCM_VWzSiMo

listening to music like this is probably a more respectable way to learn portuguese than by watching telenovelas ;)

Yeah, I know the song! It's nice..

It reminded me of this song with Carolina as a title as well..:lol:

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I liked this one from Jorge Ben Jor as well:

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azdaja
Apr 2nd, 2011, 08:10 PM
Yeah, I know the song! It's nice..

It reminded me of this song with Carolina as a title as well..:lol:

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I liked this one from Jorge Ben Jor as well:

dLTGVbPxVRE&
is carolina bela a famous song in brazil?

the first song you posted is blocked in my country. the second one is nice. do you know the jorge ben song from which "sexy" rod steweart stole a melody?

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gaviotabr
Apr 3rd, 2011, 01:14 PM
is carolina bela a famous song in brazil?

the first song you posted is blocked in my country. the second one is nice. do you know the jorge ben song from which "sexy" rod steweart stole a melody?

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Sure.. All those Jorge Ben Jor songs are classics. I remember singing them when we had band festivals at school. :spit:

Try this video, it's the same song I posted before, but another version.

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gaviotabr
Apr 3rd, 2011, 01:20 PM
Looking for the video above, I came accross this one:

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This whole concert is awesome.. :lol:

azdaja
Apr 3rd, 2011, 06:24 PM
Sure.. All those Jorge Ben Jor songs are classics. I remember singing them when we had band festivals at school. :spit:

Try this video, it's the same song I posted before, but another version.

oBGFwr-1WHw
ok, that one worked. i prefer the other carolina song, though.

i'm only discovering portuguese language music and there is so much to discover.

gaviotabr
Apr 3rd, 2011, 10:50 PM
ok, that one worked. i prefer the other carolina song, though.

i'm only discovering portuguese language music and there is so much to discover.

There is a world to discover really... Brazilian music, for an example, has all kinds of styles.. some not even I know...

jelenacg
Apr 5th, 2011, 01:11 PM
XhSx8uKdD5o

W3x4HvXTyGQ

azdaja
Apr 5th, 2011, 10:33 PM
XhSx8uKdD5o

W3x4HvXTyGQ
saxophone :o lemon tree :oh:

jelenacg
Apr 6th, 2011, 10:23 AM
saxophone :o lemon tree :oh:

Yeah lemon tree :lol:
I can`t get that song out of my head :o

Safe-From-Harm
Apr 6th, 2011, 01:32 PM
Saxophone is the best instrument ever.
And I love Candy, have her Best Of album which hasn`t become boring, since 2003,to me.

UltraViolet
Apr 18th, 2011, 10:48 AM
Bump

UltraViolet
Apr 18th, 2011, 10:52 AM
Gaviobtr, I have to write an science essay in class. The question is "Is there enough evidence for the theory of evolution to persuade sceptics?" And you have to involve creationism and Intelligent Design. I have wrote the essay but I haven't exactly finished it. I was just wondering if you could take a look over my essay? Would you mind to give me your email so I can send it to you? I havent finished the essay, I've only got one reason so far, but if you wouldn't mind taking a look over it?

gaviotabr
Apr 18th, 2011, 10:57 AM
Gaviobtr, I have to write an science essay in class. The question is "Is there enough evidence for the theory of evolution to persuade sceptics?" And you have to involve creationism and Intelligent Design. I have wrote the essay but I haven't exactly finished it. I was just wondering if you could take a look over my essay? Would you mind to give me your email so I can send it to you? I havent finished the essay, I've only got one reason so far, but if you wouldn't mind taking a look over it?

I'm not sure I'll be able to help you honestly. PM me. I don't like to give out my e-mail address on the internet.

UltraViolet
Apr 18th, 2011, 10:59 AM
That's okay. I can PM you. But do you understand the question?

gaviotabr
Apr 18th, 2011, 11:35 AM
That's okay. I can PM you. But do you understand the question?

I'm sorry. I had to leave for a moment. Yes, I understand the question. That's why I said I'm not sure I can help you, since the theory of evolution is not exactly my area of science. But you can PM me and I'll try. :)

UltraViolet
Apr 18th, 2011, 11:37 AM
Okay. I just want to know if my facts are right.

UltraViolet
Apr 18th, 2011, 11:44 AM
I PMed you

gaviotabr
Apr 18th, 2011, 11:51 AM
I PMed you

Ok. I'm going to read it and see how I can help. :)

UltraViolet
Apr 18th, 2011, 12:03 PM
Ok, cool:)

JAS_
May 3rd, 2011, 04:59 PM
I've been listening to this old song the last couple of days.
It just so happens to be so appropriate for my sentiments re Ana right now :)
(I don't think I can give justice to the lyrics with my translation, not even the title.)

So I leave this for her if she takes a peak in here ;)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9JhpSXdXNhs

jelenacg
Sep 10th, 2011, 01:56 PM
qemWRToNYJY

:inlove::inlove:

doni1212
Sep 10th, 2011, 03:29 PM
Adele is amazing, :worship:
You should check out this thread we have about her in Non-Tennis. http://www.tennisforum.com/showthread.php?t=426847

SidTheKid
Sep 10th, 2011, 06:53 PM
Muse :))

Shinjiro
Sep 13th, 2011, 09:21 PM
GEfaoFzy-3E

jelenacg
Sep 13th, 2011, 11:05 PM
Adele is amazing, :worship:
You should check out this thread we have about her in Non-Tennis. http://www.tennisforum.com/showthread.php?t=426847

A little bit late but i did thanks :)

SidTheKid
Sep 14th, 2011, 04:28 PM
http://youtu.be/xSzEpXKkZxE