Sunday, November 13, 2005

You nestling! ... What did you call me?!

In Korean, I usually avoid talking about "nestlings" because I feel like I am cursing.

The Korean word for "nestling" is 새새끼.

4 comments:

  1. 새새끼 is a baby bird, and I was just making a joke about it because it sounds a lot like 개새끼. As far as I know, Koreans do not have a joke about it. It is something silly that came to mind while I was working on something else.

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  2. I appreciate the comment on my blog. I would have to agree with you as I wouldn't think I'm "pretty" either, as that would connote that I'm femine-like.

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  3. No problem, Jun-gang. I enjoyed reading that post and others on your blog.

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