Mila Kunis: Russian Sounds Like Klingon! (The Graham Norton Show) sözleri
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But no matter what language she's speaking, strangers on the street still yell a certain Family Guy reference at her.
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There's also Hebrew mixed with Russian and it's called Yiddish
My grandparents and mu family came from Chernivtsi, Ukraine, too. She was born there though. I was born in Canada. Being adopted and learning that I was of Ukrainian descent I was like "ok time time to study Ukrainian" so I decrypted the Cyrillic alphabet pretty well but now I can read slowly and I need to learn what more words mean in both Ukrainian and Russian. I guess I can probably skip learning Russian though, Ukraine is very russified and you need Russian to speak to your friends or family or listen to the radio in Ukraine, but Canada isn't like that. But I'll keep learning a bit of both. (:
frankinsane and myrrh
Everytime I feel bad for poor Meg I just think about the fact that she's actually voiced by the very lovely Mila Kunis and I feel a little better lol
German more sounds like Klingon since they both sound aggressive.
I'm reaaaaally sorry but....does native english speakers consider yourselves sound kinda attractive to other people in a rest of the world ?uh ?
She feels like Emma stone...I don't know😌
Graham asks her all this Russian stuff as if he doesn't know she's originally from Ukraine. It's like asking Graham how was his English childhood, cause Ukraine is exactly like Ireland close to the neighbouring empire. Also her native town of Chernivtsi by its population is somewhere between Newcastle and Belfast, so I don't know if it's huge, massive or whatever
тупая шютка про Черновцы, видимо сама писала, без сценаристов
"Russian sounds like Klingon"
pulsuz video yukle"http://err.no/">Err.no... fail.
Damn she’s so hot 😄
Russian sounds like the french of the slavic languages. It's a very playful and melodious language.
ps. I don't like french ;)
True not always translation is not the same. In any language
But Ukraine has its own language,doesn't it?
how come she doesn't have a Russian accent ?
That wasn't ukraine she left from the soviet
I don't like her but she keeps getting sexier
just do not stop....
My russian lesbian nature just uuugughhh when I see Mila