I love this sentence without an article, because it does sound like something only a nonchalant Russian mafia member dealing in black market stolen organs would ever say. "хэло, дыс ыс элбо."
Laughing so hard!
haha, I like it :P.
It might be one of those really lame Marvel superhero mutants whose superpower is having big elbows or something.
Or one of those extraordinarily bizzare golden-age and silver-age villains.
Not sure this is a great sentence.
Should be "Hello, this is an elbow"
That would be “Helo, ini seorang sikut.”
Seorang? Are sikut-sikut orang-orang?
A elbow is not a living thing unless it is someones name which is very unlikely for a name.
My name is Elbow
"Hello, this is elbow" doesn't make sense.
Just say "Hi, how're you elbow".
Hello, this is elbow, welcome to dominos, how can i help you?
Hello, this sentence is goofy.
Sound like a parade of body parts coming through the door.
pretty sure i actually heard this at an Elbow concert
"Hi, this is the elbow" should also be accepted.
senang bertemu denganmu itu adalah tangan
ok enough comments, obviously "Hello, this is elbow" is not right.
I'd add "an"
Elbow, did you loose your mind? Knee is staring at you, get dressed immediately!
I tried "Hello, your elbow" I was trying to think how anyone would say this, and imagined a packed train, and someone's elbow was digging into my side.
What if elbow is a proper noun "hello, this is elbow, and this is arm and this is tongue. Nice to meet you"
Would anyone ever say "hello this is elbow" ??
What's with this sentence lol
Hello, this is elbow speaking. May I please speak to hand? Oh, hello hand! How are you? Its been such a long time!
I just wanted to visit this glorious thread and leave a fun fact about my friend, elbow: You cannot lick your own elbow. In case you're already trying to do it now - are you slowly getting frustrated? You're welcome.
Not sure what the context was supposed to be, but it should say, "Hello, this is my/your/his/an elbow."
hi elbow nice to meet you
I resorted to hello this elbow, which makes just as little sense