Marshall <email@example.com> writes: > So when you start telling him that his solution is biased, > he's over there saying whatever the British equivalent > of "duh" is. Some kind of metric "duh" I imagine. Or > maybe they're standardizing on a Euroduh. Although I > suppose if they did that the U.K. wouldn't adopt it, at > least not right away.
Here in Finland, we use the Euroduh. We would spell it phonetically, but don't have the letters for that, alas. The closest we can get would probably sound a bit like either Swedish or puking, assuming there's actually a difference between the two.
/jööroudah/, bork, bork, bork, retch.
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