That's it, I am making a skirt from it. There is a shirt making company in my town. It's happening.
YouTube has videos on how to print words and pictures on T shirts. Art shops sell silk screen printing kits. If you lack the skill or confidence to make your own, some T shirt shops offer a printing service for slogans that you like but cannot buy.
Duolingo would make kylling selling shirts like this of their amazing sentences. (That's my last chicken pun for today I swear.)
Wow that's really cool, if it could sells by any shop, then i probably could buy!
Perfekt! Jeg kunne godt lide at køber det når jeg rejser op til Denmark i to ugen. Tak for din arbejd, kære hilsen, Werner
I guess you haven't yet come to the thread with the t-shirt image for "Bjørnene redder hestene."
The only thing that could make it better would be to have a bit of blood dripping from the tusks.
I've noticed that herbivores tend to turn into carnivores when they come into contact with the Danish course.
I think he was saying how do we know the "you" in the sentence isn't referring to a peanut. However, it's good to know that you aren't made of peanut, that's apparently not good for you health.
after having met politely speaking fruit in the dutch course, nothing in this world surprises me.
I remember a sentence earlier that said, "elefanter er vegetarer" [sorry if i spelled that wrong, but you should understand what I mean]
It seems to me that Denmark is a very odd and dangerous place, where people are eaten routinely by animals, never mind people being turned into inanimate objects. Either that, or the authors of the course have spent a little too much time in Christiania.
I wanted to learn this language so bad but now I am not sure if its good idea to visit that country!
bnjm gvfgyhn ftbn sorry, while i was laughing i hit the keyboard weirdly. denmark is actually world's 2nd happiest place.
Even so they're dangerous animals. Although they don't eat people, technically, people regularly get mauled by them. Sometimes it's dumb people annoying them too much, sometimes it's just poor unlucky sods who happened to live in the wrong village.
Who'd be telling someone that the elephants are eating you? Because obviously if the elephants are eating you you're dead or the elephants has lost its teeth. And that guy would be pretty weird telling a dead guy that you're being eaten.
"Uh, hello, hi sir. I don't know if you are aware of this, but the elephants seem to be enjoying you for their midday snack."
Exactly! If he's getting eaten he shouldn't need someone to notify him about it!
I know you're kidding around, but just in case, here comes a tiny explanation :)
In Danish one uses the present tense of the verbs to describe the future as well. So this one could be seen as a prediction that, if you were to go to the jungle of mutated vampire animals, the elephants will eat you! Another one:
- Jeg spytter på din sandwich - I (will) spit on your sandwich, expressing intent.
- Så slår jeg dig! - Then I (will) punch you!, expressing a prediction or promise.
Notice the total absence of anything more complicated than present tense. Isn't Danish wonderful?
“Sorry for the inconvenience, I didn’t want to disturb you, you seem quite occupied as it is...”
They wouldn't be telling someone; they'd be telling some people. Jer is plural.
Ja, er. (That is, unless you're in Denmark. There isn't regular elephant food there so they need make due eating you instead.)
be careful in denmark this holiday season. the animals get even more cranky when they find out that the people are getting things and they are not, so they are more prone to eating you. stay safe.
L O L. Of course over there on the other side of The Bridge everything is much more fun ... ikke? Of course animals read and write, drink wine - so of course they SPISER just like other humans do. Still curious tho, did you Danes once upon a time say that people SPISER but animals EDER or AEDER ? :)
"Hello Bro How Are You" "I'm fine, thanks. The elephants are eating you" "Wait, WTF the elephants are eating me??? Oh, they're really doing it. Fine, baaad boooyyy"
"Sup bro how are you?" "Oh thank you i'm okay i'm just here being eaten by elephants, everything else is fine..."
As much as I enjoy the t-shirt comments, is anyone going to address the fact that "jer" is you plural? How many people are these elephants eating?
staring down at a small, innocent peanut elefanterne spiser jer. Hvil i fred (R.I.P.)
Elephant jokes aside..
Why is it: Elefanterne spiser jer. And not. Elefanterne spiser dig.
Because they eat more than one. They're quite big, elephants; they need a lot of food, too. Jer is multiple you's whereas dig concerns just you. Now run or you'll all be eaten ;)
What's wrong with the traslation" the elephants eat you". Maybe spiser is a present continuos? Tak