temperatures here are horrible =3= i'm FREEZING on my way to work ; ___ ;
Here's a tongue twister in Bulgarian, quite hard for little kids that can't say "r"
Триста тридесет и три бръмбарчета крачат по ръба на карбуратора.
which reads as
Trista trideset i tri brumbarcheta krachat po ruba na karburatora
which translates as "Threehundred-thirty-three little bugs are walking on the edge of the carburetor"
i should make a video of how i say this xD
Hahaha One of my friends is bulgarian, the next time I see him I'm going to say this xD
PD: Here are two in spanish:
"Tres tristes tigres comían trigo en un trigal", Which is something like 'Three sad tigers ate wheat in a wheat field, and "El cielo está enladrillado, ¿Quién lo desenladrillará? El desenladrillador que lo desenladrille buen desenladrillador será", which doesn't make any sense but it's something like 'The sky is bricked, who will un-brick it? The un-bricker who un-bricks it good un-bricker will be'.
PD: Tip to pronounce in spanish: All the letters are pronounced the same, always. That means each letter makes the same sound, no matter the word it is in.