How they say "12 months" in Estonian

Warning: foul language. (or is it?)

Login to rate this video.

You can place this video on your website by inserting the (X)HTML code below:

Options:
pixels
pixels
Embed code:
<iframe src="https://www.snotr.com/embed/2644" width="400" height="330" frameborder="0"></iframe>

You can email this video to your friends by entering their addresses below:

Your information:
Recipients:

add Add another recipient

Human verification:

People who liked this video also liked

Alternative Math
Awesome bike skills
Skt. Clemens Bro, Aarhus (Denmark, 1902) (Restored Footage)
Fox pups playing
Scary Storm
Steam lorry acceleration

Comments

23 comments posted so far. Login to add a comment.

Expand all comments

Picture of BlackNinjaFSC15 achievements

+27 1. BlackNinjaFSC commented 12 years ago

That is quality!! :)
Picture of patriotaus39 achievements

+39 2. patriotaus commented 12 years ago

such a lovely language
Picture of gringo40 achievements

+4 3. gringo commented 12 years ago

Is this for real :o cant believe :D
Picture of messmaker45 achievements

+15 4. messmaker commented 12 years ago

What tastes what? :D
Picture of Revengo10 achievements

+25 5. Revengo commented 12 years ago

They say "kaksteist kuud" but it sounds... good :D
Picture of frizzlsnits32 achievements

+19 6. frizzlsnits commented 12 years ago

"do they?"
:D
Picture of mihkel123036 achievements

+5 7. mihkel1230 commented 12 years ago

#5 are you estonian

it took me some time to understand what should make this foul language
Picture of minkki38 achievements

+9 8. minkki commented 12 years ago

"Kakstoist kuut" - " kaksitoista kuuta "
Picture of alexnader38 achievements

+36 9. alexnader commented 12 years ago

hot chicks + foreign chicks + sexual reference + slight cleavage + beer maid uniforms = epic win
and the word play just ties the whole thing together.
Picture of ranirahn31 achievements

+3 10. ranirahn commented 12 years ago

You sanawa bitches:D Don't joke with our language:D They even don't realize what they say in English :D
Picture of JaxCK7 achievements
Comment rated too low. Show this comment

-18 11. JaxCK commented 12 years ago

Cock taste good >:)
Picture of moskwiz36 achievements

+4 12. moskwiz commented 12 years ago

Wohoo Estonia got on the map yet again :D

Ma ütleks, et päris ilus keel on täitsa ja ei ole nii ropp midagi ;)

Good wordplay indeed btw.. I hadn't come to that myself :)
Picture of MsZoomy34 achievements

+10 13. MsZoomy commented 12 years ago

#6 in answer to your question - not particularly :P
#12 "I hadn't come to that myself :) " no pun intended right? O:)
Picture of tastytim39 achievements

+13 14. tastytim commented 12 years ago

i know where i'm going for vacation!
Picture of moskwiz36 achievements

+1 15. moskwiz commented 12 years ago

#13 nope.. no pun intended :P There's plenty of words in English that sound equally nasty in Estonian.. So who's foul now? :D

I WAS talking about the wordplay, not the fact that what tastes what y'know :D

complete mess of the babylon going on up in here :D
Picture of MsZoomy34 achievements

+15 16. MsZoomy commented 12 years ago

#15 I openly admit that I have a filthy mind!! :P
Filthy, filthy, filthy. In fact, I'm a very bad girl and I think I'm due for a good spanking!! O:)
Picture of most_uniQue33 achievements

+3 17. most_uniQue commented 12 years ago

Such a weird language...
Picture of Scotsman5045 achievements

+3 18. Scotsman50 commented 12 years ago

Offers to spank Zoomy untill she cant take no more :D
Picture of zf140 achievements

+2 19. zf1 commented 12 years ago

#10 i think they do realize what they say in english
Picture of Maxrune7 achievements

+1 20. Maxrune commented 12 years ago

#14 Me too >:)
Picture of angrytattedguy18 achievements

+1 21. angrytattedguy commented 12 years ago

wow amazing i wonder if some english guy along time ago helped them create their language, a drunk english guy....perhaps
Picture of Severd_nerv22 achievements

+1 22. Severd_nerv commented 12 years ago

HOT!!!
Picture of Burimi59 achievements

+1 23. Burimi commented 7 years ago

"12 months" - kaksteist kuud (Estonian)