"voi vittu" on sopiva vastaus kaikkeen
"Muistitko viedä koiran ulos?" "Voi vittu"
"Onko toi sun eksä?" "Voi vittu"
"Teitkö matikan läksyt?" "Voi vittu"
"Hei kato tää kissavideo" "Voi vittu"
"Mä rakastan sua" "Voi vittu"
"Äiti tulee" "Voi vittu"
"Mikä on sun lempiruoka" "voivittu"
Doesn’t mean I don’t think about you. Doesn’t mean I don’t check up on you. Doesn’t mean I don’t worry and wonder about how you are doing. Doesn’t mean I don’t care about you anymore.
if you say something that bothers me ill remember it for the next 5 million years
let me sleep in ur stupid t-shirts and hold ur dumb hand u piece of shit
Finns have an astounding array of precise words for various sounds.
Here are some examples:
sirinä - the sound a cricket or a high pitched electronic device
sorina - crowd talking busily
surina - a buzz like an insect or a kitchen appliance
särinä - a tingly or crackly “buzz”
helinä - jingle of…
Whether you are black or white, rich or poor, male or female, gay or straight, religious or atheist, we all stand together in solidarity at the fact that we thought the McFlurry spoon was also a straw the first time we used it.
have you noticed that when someone goes ‘i was bitten by a dog once and now I’m kinda wary around them’ most people are like ‘aw, I understand’ but if a woman says she’s been raped/abused by men in the past and is now scared of them she gets told she’s paranoid and needs to get over it?
I noticed that.
have you noticed that when a dog bites a person, it gets put down
that second comment