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most quoted re "culture": other (7), Jonathan North Washington (7), RZ (3), Tristan Alexander McLeay (2), oberon (1)

other categories found with "culture": sadness (7), patriotism (5), SSSR (4), weirdness (4), provincialism (4)



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[link] heard: 1 February 2013
[edit] added: 1 February 2013

"So Korean dramas are all the rage in lots of countries in Asia. And in China, when they imitate this recurring phrase from the Korean dramas—[Korean...], ‘I love you’—because that's what they do in Korean dramas, they love each other—they repeat it with an affricate."

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[link] heard: 9 November 2012
[edit] added: 9 November 2012

(11:51:13) Francis Tyers: do you have christmas lists in america ?

(11:51:42) jonathan: uhm

(11:51:44) jonathan: maybe?

(11:52:00) jonathan: I feel like there's some extra piece of pragmatics attached to what you have in mind

(11:52:49) jonathan: like, a wishlist that you might show your relatives before Christmas?

(11:52:54) Francis Tyers: yeah

(11:52:56) jonathan: yeah, sure

(11:52:59) Francis Tyers: that you hang on a tree

(11:52:59) jonathan: we have that :-P

(11:53:02) jonathan: whoa

(11:53:02) Francis Tyers: for the christmas robin

(11:53:03) jonathan: wait

(11:53:05) Francis Tyers: to collect

(11:53:08) Francis Tyers: the christmas robin

(11:53:12) jonathan: wtf man

(11:53:14) Francis Tyers: takes the list to father christmas

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[link] heard: 7 February 2012
[edit] added: 7 February 2012

"Now, you know what would make this sound African, is you put those pumpkin seeds in that basket thingy."

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[link] heard: 26 January 2012
[edit] added: 1 February 2012

Андрей: "А почему свинину не кушаешь?"

я: "Моя мама еврейка, и поэтому у нас такая семейная традиция есть."

Андрей: "А мой дед был Удмурт, и поэтому я все кушаю."

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[link] heard: 9 April 2011
[edit] added: 17 May 2011

Monolingual people are so paranoid!

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[link] heard: 18 January 2010
[edit] added: 18 January 2010

(23:37:02) Sarah: Is it bad that I want to take parts of Anne Rice's erotica, copy and paste it into a note on my Facebook, and tag my extremely conservative friends?

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[link] heard: 26 April 2009
[edit] added: 6 May 2009

(22:00:27) [me]: in the movie The Negotiator, Samuel L. Jackson talks on a cordless phone after they turn the power off

(22:00:35) [me]: they, like, don't even try

(22:00:42) [me]: not when Samuel L. Jackson is acting

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[link] heard: 21 March 2009
[edit] added: 21 March 2009

(03:46:50) Michael T: why do you think rice-a-roni was such a big hit ?

(03:46:52) Michael T: it was based on plov

apparently it actually was
culture, badness, food, SSSR
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[link] heard: 29 September 2008
[edit] added: 29 September 2008

Jonathan: "I mean, in Kazakhstan a cellphone is like a toothbrush, but in America, it's more like a bicycle."

Michael: "I donno, I knew some people in Kazakhstan who didn't brush their teeth, but you can bet they had a phone."

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[link] heard: 26 February 2008
[edit] added: 26 February 2008

(22:39:11) [me]: well, we all know the French are chauvinists. They even invented the word.

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[link] heard: 8 December 2007
[edit] added: 7 December 2007

(13:32:30) Brenda: you check, i call him up to pick me up and drive me places and everytime he is happy to come and everytime he gets lost and i have to give up and catch a bus. like, what is the point of relationships? clearly there can be no love bc such cannot exist in the rotted and twisted hearts of men (no offense; it is a gender thing, not a sex thing, which means you're fine bc you are an individual who creates himself outside of societal presssures and definitions)

(13:32:53) Brenda: and men who have 16 hours hangovers and get lost right when you need them have otherwise no point

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[link] heard: 2 November 2007
[edit] added: 2 November 2007

"Well, Europeans travel because they're in Europe, and Australians travel because we're not."

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[link] heard: 27 December 2006
[edit] added: 9 January 2007

(03:12:51) [me]: I think they decided the klingons weren't Russian or Chinese enough anymore and had to rethink a new race to fit that type of society

(03:13:07) Derek: yeah

(03:13:21) Derek: they started Russian-Mongols and ended up Vikings

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[link] heard: 11 July 2005
[edit] added: 11 July 2005

Jonathan: "It's funny; you said you were worrying about American life before you came to America; I worried about Kazakh life before I went to Kazakhstan."

Zaure: "But you have reason to worry about Kazakh life."

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[link] heard: 1 July 2005
[edit] added: 4 July 2005

Kevin: "As far as society is concerned, she's set."

Shawn: "Well, yeah, she's got tits and a vagina."

Kevin: "As do a lot of mammals."

Kevin and Shawn
animals, culture, swseel
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[link] heard: 5 January 2005
[edit] added: 5 January 2005

"Human bonding rituals often involve a great deal of ... talking, and dancing, and crying."

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[link] heard: 15 December 2004
[edit] added: 15 December 2004

"You see, we're edumacatifying you."

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[link] heard: 28 August 2004
[edit] added: 4 July 2005

"I think they would fall down on their asses laughing if Jay-Z came out in traditional Kazakh garb and started keepin’ it real with his dombra."

Danielle Ross, in response to the group Bangor
patriotism, music, scariness, kazakh
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[link] heard: 22 March 2004
[edit] added: 23 March 2004

"Money makes the world go 'round. In a most delightful way."

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[link] heard: 22 January 2004
[edit] added: 25 January 2004

Amy: "My grandmother had back surgery today."

Aaron: "Yay!"

Aaron responds inappropriately to Amy Cotton's comment
incompetence, culture, family
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[link] heard: 7 August 2003
[edit] added: 7 August 2003

(05:04:59) ***Kesuari wonders why america is the centre of the world if they don't have fish and chips, pineapple on hamburgers, or affordable buyable nice bread.

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[link] heard: unknown
[edit] added: unknown

"Tongue in cheek—that sounds like such a Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks movie."

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"I'm Turkish; I can eat as many fortune cookies and get as many fortunes as I want."

immediately after opening his third fortune cookie in 5 minutes (the first fortune he ate with the cookie claiming that's how they're eaten in China, (and then Turkey when we told him no), and the second fell out of the cookie when he dropped it on the floor. The third came out fine.)
stupidity, food, turkisms
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[link] heard: unknown
[edit] added: unknown

"Did you just say 'Robo Williams'?"

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"'Shoelock, shoelock' -- when me and my friends used to pretend we were black and we didn't know any of the slang, we used to make up our own."

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