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Right, stop that! It's silly. Very silly indeed. Clear off, the lot of you!

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I love them! especially how they speak German. I speak German fluently and I'ts very interesting and shocking how good they spoke altough they don't know any German. I have german roots and I have a very literal family name: Faust ;)
Michael has the most accent, but John is very professional.
And lovely sketches! ;)

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Gambolputty wrote:
i only told him the 2nd joke from the war-joke-sketch.
we germans understand of it as much as all others do: nothing :wink:

Just like the dirty hungarian phrasebook... absolutly blackout :shock:
But it's funny to hear german phrases especially in the Hitler in England sketch... was ist das Wort für Forwertsbewegen? :D Hike.
You should be damn proud that they did an entire episode in German... what a privilage... I would love to hear actual Hungarian phrases :)
But I love to see phrases like: The BBC-entry for the zinc-stoat of Budapest, or how Eric says Hungarian phrasebbok in the court, or at the hide-and-seek around the world sketch: he wanted tickets to Budapest ;) makes me feel very good.

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Well, in the llama sketch they speak is Spanish and is rather good. They don't use fake words or anything, it all has sense (well, if you think that the fact that llamas have a beak for eating honey has any sense.... :lol: )

Las llamas son más grandes que las raaaaanaaaaaas!!!!!

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or how cleese speaks Russian in A fish called Wanda... Just have to love it

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Unfortunately they didn't say any word in polish :( and didn't do any sketch about Poland or Pole... In one interview with John for polish magazine he said that in that times had been so many jokes about Poland that they hadn't found it funny... No! There's one mention about Poland: In Hollywood Bowl Terry In Arabian Song sings in the end : "never be rude to the polack" (Am I right that polack is another name for Pole?). I would like to see how would the do a sketch about my country :) I'm just dreaming.....

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iwona wrote:
There's one mention about Poland: In Hollywood Bowl Terry In Arabian Song sings in the end : "never be rude to the polack" (Am I right that polack is another name for Pole?).

Yes that's right :) that means never be rude too a polish man

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