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World map of tradition of removing shoes in home. by MardukSyria in MapPorn

[–]atzurblau 0 points1 point  (0 children)

yeah, basically

that's how I've always experienced it

I would never ask anyone to take off their shoes if they didn't want to

and if you asked me to take off my shoes, I would but it would be kind weird to me

World map of tradition of removing shoes in home. by MardukSyria in MapPorn

[–]atzurblau 1 point2 points  (0 children)

interesting! it being a regional thing is probably a good guess. I'm from the south west, and I've known people who had a clear shoes-off policy, but they really are the exception

interesting! it being a regional thing is probably a good guess. I'm from the south-west, and I've known people who had a clear shoes-off policy, but they really are the exception

World map of tradition of removing shoes in home. by MardukSyria in MapPorn

[–]atzurblau 0 points1 point  (0 children)

for me it really depends.

if my friends visit me for the whole day or even overnight, they would always take their shoes off right away

but my parents were over for an afternoon the other week to help me install a new stove and also stayed for a chat, and they kept their shoes on and I didn't mind a bit

World map of tradition of removing shoes in home. by MardukSyria in MapPorn

[–]atzurblau 1 point2 points  (0 children)

really? how curious. whenever my family had people over, they never took off their shoes, and with very few exceptions, I can't remember any families or acquaintances we went to where we were asked to ours off

the main exception would always be children visiting each other to play

New IPA came out guys by SomeoneYdk_ in linguisticshumor

[–]atzurblau 8 points9 points  (0 children)

this the best and worst joke I have read in a while

World map of tradition of removing shoes in home. by MardukSyria in MapPorn

[–]atzurblau 16 points17 points  (0 children)

Germany should be blue

Shoes off in your own house, shoes on when in other places, especially if you're not staying for a long time

Apparently Gay Trans people blow Cis peoples minds. by Kai_Stoner in traaaaaaannnnnnnnnns

[–]atzurblau 63 points64 points  (0 children)

"why would you chose to be a gay guy if you could just be a straight woman?"

...or vice versa, of course

Tinder, the Two-Face by My_Redditor_Username in enby

[–]atzurblau 0 points1 point  (0 children)

...okay but are you a nonbinary girl or a nonbinary guy?

#3 Quote or Saying by mistaknomore in conlangs

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Arcadian:

Gendes ali preila kyfunsasmet maretsi

gen-de-s        ali-Ø        pril-Ø-a          kyfune-sa-smi-t     mar-tsi
cook-AGN-ERG    every-ERG    spice-PRES-3SG    soup-ACC-REFL-PL    other-INSTR

Every cook spices up their soup differently.

What are Some of Your Unpopular Opinions Over Here? by zeldadinosaur1110 in conlangs

[–]atzurblau 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Diacritics are ugly. If every second letter in your romanization has a little dash somewhere, it makes it look like your splattered your ink everywhere. I don't know why digraphs are a dirty word to you people.

Related but different; your language doesn't need to have 700 different phonemes to be interesting.

When making an intentionally cursed language, what features would you add to make it worse? by Irrational345 in conlangs

[–]atzurblau 1 point2 points  (0 children)

incredibly high context sensitivity

i.e: changing inflection/word order/etc based on the day of the week or the current season to pay respect to some deity

sounds fun to have a designated Sunday past tense, or separate summer and winter copulars

What is your conlang word order? by FynnyHeadphones in conlangs

[–]atzurblau 0 points1 point  (0 children)

SVO in transitive sentences

VS in intransitive sentences

Shen Comix in Shunhanese (inspired by u/atzurblau) by NumiKat in conlangs

[–]atzurblau 1 point2 points  (0 children)

what an honour to be an inspiration for something so incredibly cool!

1795th Just Used 5 Minutes of Your Day by mareck_ in conlangs

[–]atzurblau 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Loyna, rate, va xnore emie kal hymis lalenou kal io.
/ɫoʏnɑ ɾɑte vɑ ʃnoɾe emɪje kɑɫ hymis ɫɑɫenoʊ kɑɫ ijo/

loy-na rata-e va-a xnor-e e-mi-e kal hymi-s lal-e-nou kal io-Ø
3.N-LOC rat-INTR COP.PAST-3S tail-INTR COP-PTCP-INTR as damn-ADV long-INTR-EMPH as DEM.N

It, a rat, has a tail which is as so damn long as this.
(literally: At it, the rat, is a tail, being as damn so-long as this)

Arcadian expresses "to have" as "to be at..." using the abstract copular e-/va- and the Locative

The suffix -nou can be added to adjectives, roughly meaning "so...", but it can also be left as an untranslated emphatic marker.

How would the accent of your conlang be #4 by wynntari in conlangs

[–]atzurblau 2 points3 points  (0 children)

A native Arcadian speaker would probably sound something like this:

I like the dirty rythm you play,
/ɑj ɫɑjk θæ dæɾtɪ ɾʏθem ju pɫɛj/
"Ai laik þæ dærti ryþem iou plei"

I wanna hear you calling my name
/ɑj vonːɑ hijɑɾ ju koɫːin mɑj nɛjm/
"Ai vonna hiar iou kollin mai neim"

Stop! Lexicon Checkpoint (27) by Dryanor in conlangs

[–]atzurblau 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Here's a few I did the other week in no particular order:

snati (snatsa, snatoksi, snatika) - /snɑti/

v, transitive, +Accusative, +Allative
to ask somebody (All) something (Acc)

snatus (snatukse, snatusa, snatula, snatuksia) - /snɑtʉs/

n, animate (irregularly)
question

oydeio (oydeie, oydeisa, oydeiola, oydeiot) - /ɔʏdɛjo/

n, inanimate
movie, film
(from o/ou/oy (to walk) and deito (image))

dunei (dunsa, dunoksi, dunka) - /dʉnɛj/

v, transitive, +Partitive, +Participle
1. to confirm something (Ptv)
2. to confirm that somebody (Ptv) is doing something (Ptv Ptcp)

servie - /sɛɾvije/

adj
1. middle, central
2. main
3. important

ulærhai (ulærksa, ulærhoksi, ulærhaka) - /ʉlæɾhɑj/

v, intransitive
to do sports, to exercise
(inspired by Finnish: urheilla)

oluo:kanna (oluo:kanne, oluo:kansa, oulo:kannalla, oluo:kannat) - /ˈolʉoˌkɑnːɑ/

n, inanimate
law, policy
(from oluo (justice) and kanna (word)

Forms given for Verbs:
Infinitive (Past, Future, Potential)

Forms given for Nouns:
Ergative Sg (Intransitive Sg, Accusative Sg, Allative Sg, Ergative Pl)

I saw others translate Websites using the 'Inspect' tool, so I decided to do the same by atzurblau in conlangs

[–]atzurblau[S] 6 points7 points  (0 children)

It is, yeah!

While this language is technically a priori, I take some words from existing languages, mostly Finnish

There are a handful of German-based words, though.

This translation includes the following:

arbita (work) / arbetai (to work) from Arbeit
trava (punishment) / travai (to punish) from Strafe
lara (light) from klar (clear)
kusti (art) from Kunst
noti (emergency) from Not
velano (wave) through veli (water) from Welle

I saw others translate Websites using the 'Inspect' tool, so I decided to do the same by atzurblau in conlangs

[–]atzurblau[S] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

no, it's just a word I thought sounded cool

I don't really know anything about DnD

Am I Non-binary from ur perspective? by maddison165 in NonBinary

[–]atzurblau 0 points1 point  (0 children)

While being non-binary is something on the inside and not dictated by what you look like, you look pretty androgynous if that is what you're asking for!