Endstone is sort of a fantasy webcomic comic. Sort of. But that’s all Google needs to know.
So the world was in danger because Cole needed a manicure. Why am I not surprised ? xD
I guess she will have to learn to rely on other body parts to wear her overstones…
Kyri doesn’t usually have trouble with English/whatever the common language is. Is something up?
Might just be the difference between proper English axe colloquialisms?
I think that’s a fair assessment. 🙂
Good point. 🙂 However, it should be noted that Kyri talks with an accent and while I haven’t developed this side of her so far, I think it’s fair to say she would struggle with some phrases and idioms, especially concerning things she knows nothing about like manicures and teenage slang.
Even when you do know you can have trouble with the foreign language barrier. I have seen for decades my father have trouble with the gender of many common words and items between french and arabic. They often differ between those 2 languages.
English is easier, as it has the special “IT” gender for items and things, and no gender what so ever for the plural form (“THEY”), but in other language that’s not the case, so how many times have we caught him talking about spoons as a “he” instead of a “she” and talking about his glass of water as a “she” instead of a “he”… 😀 😀
This may be relevant as well: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/SeparatedByACommonLanguage
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My favourite mistranslation from British to North American english “My uncle wears suspenders with his pants.”
In North America he’s normal, in Britain he’s a cross dresser (suspender belt/garter belt, with underpants).
Yeah, I hate the fact, but it looks like Primrose was right. 🙁
For once. Though i doubt she meant it that way. :p
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