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Posted: 2005-09-10, 14:08
by Alcadras
interesting.

why did he need to write in finnish ? :D

Posted: 2005-09-10, 14:19
by CoBB
It just says they also provide 'service' in Finnish. Since the principal activity doesn't involve much talk, I think this applies to the anecdotes the barber is telling while doing his job. ;)

Posted: 2005-09-10, 14:59
by Liisi
CoBB wrote:It just says they also provide 'service' in Finnish. Since the principal activity doesn't involve much talk, I think this applies to the anecdotes the barber is telling while doing his job. ;)


I think it's that easy only for men, you just ask for a haircut. But for us women... you explain in your native language for five minutes what you want, and still they do it wrong ;). I wouldn't want to get a haircut in a country where I don't speak the local language fluently.

Posted: 2005-09-10, 15:54
by Jonne
Meillä = On us
saat = you get
palvelun = (the) service
myös = also
suomeksi! = in Finnish
Tervetuloa! = welcome

Posted: 2005-09-10, 15:55
by Jonne
I'd like a haircut, please
Haluaisin hiustenleikkuun, kiitos