Message from kammerjunk in Everything Is Space #nsfw-da_share_zone

2018-02-02 16:26:13 UTC  

Which, considering it's from the 1600s, is like calling a gun today a "firearm"

2018-02-02 16:26:33 UTC  


2018-02-02 16:26:44 UTC  

Do you think people call snorkels snorkels

2018-02-02 16:26:51 UTC  

On account of the snorkeling sound they make?

2018-02-02 16:28:42 UTC  

Considering it's a very unique sound that will *only* be made with a snorkel, maybe

2018-02-02 16:29:06 UTC  


2018-02-02 16:29:07 UTC  

Considering you posted a video of a beer bottle being opened, it sure doesn't seem like the same applies to "soda pop"

2018-02-02 16:29:38 UTC  

It is exactly why that is.

2018-02-02 16:30:08 UTC  

If you search for "soda pop sound" you will not get a beer bottle being opened

2018-02-02 16:30:21 UTC  


2018-02-02 16:30:25 UTC  

You'll get a sound now

2018-02-02 16:30:35 UTC  

If you open a glass bottle, a can, and a plastic bottle, you'll get three different sounds

2018-02-02 16:30:38 UTC  

Because people don't typically drink their sodas from a glass bottle

2018-02-02 16:30:49 UTC  

But originally soda came in glass bottles

2018-02-02 16:30:55 UTC  


2018-02-02 16:31:00 UTC  

Back when milk came in glass bottles

2018-02-02 16:31:40 UTC  

Look I know it's been awhile since we argued but I mean there's no need to be purposefully stuborn friend.

2018-02-02 16:32:11 UTC  

Perhaps calling something "pop" based off the sound it *and other things* make when they get opened is pretty stupid

2018-02-02 16:32:56 UTC  


2018-02-02 16:33:07 UTC  

I dunno how it works in the USA, I guess

2018-02-02 16:33:13 UTC  

But if I go to buy soda, I don't usually come home with beer

2018-02-02 16:33:29 UTC  

Gee whiz.

2018-02-02 16:33:40 UTC  

What a teetotaller

2018-02-02 16:33:43 UTC  

What a wowser

2018-02-02 16:33:52 UTC  

What a temperance movement supporter

2018-02-02 16:34:51 UTC  

I am unsure, you see, min engelsk ikke død ord. :^)

2018-02-02 16:35:08 UTC  

I don't think that means what you think it means

2018-02-02 16:35:11 UTC  

It doesn't

2018-02-02 16:35:17 UTC  

I'm pretty confident of that because I think you think it means anything

2018-02-02 16:35:29 UTC  

Nah I know what it's missing

2018-02-02 16:35:48 UTC  

I don't know how to say almost everything

2018-02-02 16:35:56 UTC  

But the word for language would be helpful.

2018-02-02 16:36:14 UTC  

Also I'm not sure how/if you distinguish dansk from 'danish' as in the language

2018-02-02 16:36:47 UTC  

Dansk/Danish refers to the language and the nationality

2018-02-02 16:36:53 UTC  

Just as English refers to the language and the nationality

2018-02-02 16:37:11 UTC  

Dansk har det lyst til døder

2018-02-02 16:37:19 UTC  

Dansk er død.

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