Linguabuff wrote:The Irish equivalent is: Tá mo cheathrúna do mo mharú.
Linguabuff wrote:Sounds like: "Taw moh kaer-oo-nuh doh moh wah-roo (or vah-roo)".
Babbsagg wrote:While formally correct (except "mordsweh" would be lower case), few would say it like that. Usually, it'd be "Meine Schenkel tun (mir) sauweh", or even better--close to the English version--"Meine Schenkel bringen mich um". "Schenkel" is also rarely used without culinary context, most would just say "Meine Beine". "Meine Beine bringen mich um" sounds much more natural.
(sorry, I usually hate correcting others, even more since I'm new here, but in my understanding this is why we're all here)
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