Started by DrunkenSalarr, March 15, 2003, 11:08:43 AM
Quote from: "Asnoboy"As a person who lives in the land where Tlaloc used to be a god, and a native spanish speaker, i can say John's is the most accurate.
Quote from: "Angela Christine"Heck, people in eastern Canada use slightly different pronounciations than western Candada
QuoteErr, Tlaloc wouldn't be a spanish word, would it? The decendants of the Aztecs may be speaking spanish now, but they used to speak . . . Aztecian? I'm not sure anyone knows how the word is supposed to be pronounced anymore, language is funky and fluid.
Quote from: "Tlaloc"If anyone has the chance, I highly recommend going to the Mexico City area to visit all the surrounding ruins (Teotihuacan, Tenochtitlan, etc). I'd recommend going to see the Maya stuff too, though its a bit farther down to the south/south east, and largely in other countries. However, the Yucatan has some great sites to visit.
QuoteIf anyone has the chance, I highly recommend going to the Mexico City area to visit all the surrounding ruins (Teotihuacan, Tenochtitlan, etc)
Quote from: brytta.leofa on August 17, 2010, 07:55:28 PMA glossy, black-shelled mantis says, in insectoid-accented sirihish, "You haven't picked enough cotton, friend."Choose thy fate:
Quote from: "Adult Content"When I see on of Shakespear's plays it takes a few minutes for me to understand the English, and they weren't written all that long ago.
Quote from: DeliriumA hunched shinigami prowls around here, gnashing its teeth.
Quote from: Rathustra on June 23, 2016, 03:29:08 PMStop being shitty to each other.
Quote from: "Malifaxis"3l337 haX0Rz 4ever!!!-L0ng3r +h3n 3lv15(I totally agree, sorry, just had to.)
Quote from: "Shinigami"I almost feel sorry for the d00ds and haX0rz... they don't even realize the world is laughing at them.
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