I'm Bilingual. I Promise Blud.

Hi there guys n gals,

Looky- here its me again, two in one day, thats right it must mean that I have an exam tomorrow (yay!) Nevertheless its because I love you so much that I have to share interesting things with you. So today, I stumbled across something which was very exciting because it informed me (much to my disbelief) that I am in fact bilingual and Dizzee Rascal is my Bilingual Star!

I had to blog about it because my fellow blogging buddy (Blazerwhore) asked me when I showed her if it was sufficient to include in applications for training contracts. But I, always being one to go the extra mile thought let me just put it out there on my blog for all the world to see, so I can demonstrate just how fast the firms will come and beg me to work for them. I mean really, there aren't many people who can speak fluent slang.

6 Response to I'm Bilingual. I Promise Blud.

9 November 2010 at 10:52

AAAAARGH! this is funny and sad all in one fell swoop. I weep for the children of this generation and the next. Things like this make it that much more difficult to teach them the right way.

Anonymous
9 November 2010 at 12:26

loool! I thought it was "chung" not "chug" loool. But this is funny

10 November 2010 at 07:49

I saw this in the papers last week and I was seriously laughing on the train. I couldnt believe thay actually translated the words too funny! My fave translation is 'Ghost - to be frequently absent' LMAO!!! And calling Dizzie a bilingual star is a bit dumb as im sure they wouldn't be happy when people start putting it on their CV's lol.

Imo
11 November 2010 at 04:33

This is funny! Where was this? Im slightly appalled that I understand most of the street slang printed upon the page =l

11 November 2010 at 04:33

Lol this is so funny! With all the slang terms out there now this generation and the next one especially really are bilingual :)

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11 November 2010 at 05:24

I'm not actually sure what paper it is, i think its one they give away free on the street though... who better to provide interpretation services to than to those who actually reside on the street!

It is funny though, comic relief in pressing times! *sigh*

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