Offensiveness posted 4th Aug 2013, 3:28 PM
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Xamag


The day when I can draw him and make awful puns and portmanteaus has come. *sobs happily*

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Xamag


RUS
СТРАШИЛА: Ты как? Прости, я и не слышал, что ты там. Но нутром чуял, что последние спички еще перегодятся! Точнее, пригодятся.
ДОЛЛИ: Ну зачем же так! Гости не стреляют в хозяев!
СТРАШИЛА: Какие же они хозяева, малыш. Это просто полусгнившие пугала!
ДОЛЛИ: Тихо, ты оскорбляешь их чувства!
СТРАШИЛА: Один твою голову ест.
ДОЛЛИ: Ну вот.

Вот мы и приехали к первой гигантской проблеме перевода. С русскими играми слов я упираюсь в тупик и кроме "голых дохлубей" ничего подходящего ситуации в 90% случаев придумать не могу, поэтому иногда Страшила приобретает еще более ярко выраженный национальный колорит и сыпет шуточками-прибауточками там, где раньше была путаница слов по причине недостатка мозга. Как бы ни был печален факт частичной потери сей прекрасно раздражающей манеры, прибауточки вполне соответствует его любви к каламбурам, так что, пожалуй, сойдет.

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cattservant


Well, there are limits to the proper social niceties, one supposes...

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Dodom


Oh my, that is one gorgeous and intriguing comic!

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CyberSkull


That has got to be the gentlest gnawing ever.

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Xamag


Indeed.
She's just lucky they don't really understand what they're doing anymore.

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Jackie M


Oh my god. He is so cute I could die. I want a doll of him to put on my desk!

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JustNoPoint


I love her reaction to the last one getting shot XD

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Kamo


Beyond adorable >v< I just want to kiss him on the cheek!

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alston123


Scarecrow: "One is eating your head right now."
Dorothy: "...oh, well..."
Hilarious!! :D

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RyGuy


Moldy Grass Stinks
My mom has a huge backyard, and occasionally, things get overlooked in nooks and crannys. Once after mowing the lawn, I put a big sack of clippings in a corner and went to do other things before hauling it to the garbage can. One thing led to another, and by the time was finished for the day, I had completely forgotten about the sack. A few weeks later I came over to help out back with other things, and discovered the sack still there. It had been raining that spring, and a lot of moisture got in, making it heavy, and some spilled getting it out to the can. I imagine these grass zombies have a similar smell too them. About as sharp on the skin as cooked spinach; the smell might make your brain melt out your nose, however, so maybe the creatures can then lick it up.

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