I will hold your sack...( ͡º ͜ʖ ͡º)
Haha I came here only for this.
So did I!
Mi pensas, ke vi pripensas pri nukssakon.
Why does he pronounce it cakon instead of sakon?
maybe that n in vian makes it sound viancakon when the tongue moves from n to s.
Eble tiu "no" en vorto "vian" similigas la aŭdaĵon al "viancakon" pro la langomovo de no al so
I don't hear it like that. Note it's an s, not a z. It would make some sense to put a t between n and s in careless pronunciation, but to me (native German speaker) this doesn't seem to be happening in this case.