African man sees snow for the very first time


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+40 1. jeffy commented 9 years ago

"No" , indeed . O:)
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+18 2. txo commented 9 years ago

You don´t need to be an african to had never seen snow. A lot of portugueses never saw it too. And it snows in some parts of Portugal!
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+8 3. kirkelicious commented 9 years ago

These subtitles are completely useless. I can understand him perfectly, even though English isn't my native language. Seems slightly racist to me.
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+7 5. Geekster (admin) commented 9 years ago

#3 I agree with you, but as far as I know its a fact that non-native English speakers understand other dialects better than native English speaking people (since they speak/understand other language(s) as well). I also know this from personal experience because I was a translator for a humanitarian organization and talked in English with people from all over the world and could perfectly understand English spoken with Russian or Scottish accent for example, while other people from the group that were from America, could barely understand something. There is a saying that behind each sign there is a story. i can say that the same could go to the subtitles :D
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+6 6. Itsme78 commented 9 years ago

#3 so deaf people don't watch tv?
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+2 8. martynbiker commented 9 years ago

it doesnt add up for a lot of us brits too! I HATE SNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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+2 9. kirkelicious commented 9 years ago

#5 That's very interesting. And also counter-intuitive for me. So a Scottish dialect would be in fact even less comprehensible for a Londoner than for me?

#6 If you observe closely, you'll notice that the voice from the off isn't subtitled.
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+2 10. Zeusisgreat commented 9 years ago

Where is this clip from? I would really like to watch more. Any help is welcome. Thx in advance. (i)
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+2 11. Judge-Jake commented 9 years ago

#10 Unfortunately the chief being the chief, demanded that he slept out that night in just his slippers and well the documentary kinda ended there :D
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+2 12. Geekster (admin) commented 9 years ago

#9 Well that depends on the person. A Londoner there is a higher chance to understand a Scottish speaker since they live close to each other and most probably he has encountered more Scottish people than an American. But also I have met people from UK that were having difficulties understanding Scottish people.

#7 well it seems that #4 was fast0r than you today :D
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+2 13. Zebulun commented 9 years ago

Sometimes subtitles are simply required...
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+2 14. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

And here I read the title as "African man sees snotr for the first time"...
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+2 15. Geekster (admin) commented 8 years ago

#14 I think you had too much Snotr for today :D
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+1 16. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

#15..Haha, ya think so? ;)...well, time to go to work anyways, make some money, to pay for internet bill, so I can watch more snotr... O:)
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+1 17. Genetics101 commented 7 years ago

Lived in Alaska for several years & there were hardly any blacks around
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0 18. buckleg08 commented 4 years ago

adaptation to climate...8-)