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Language Expression Meaning Correct Guess By Contributor
Swedish Smaken är som baken, delad. ? ? @fraud
Austrian Ghupft wia ghatscht. Went to nothing. - @RainbowCat
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“Smaken är som baken, delat”
The taste is like the butt, split.

Can anyone guess the meaning?

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I have no idea :sweat_smile:
What is it? :eyes: Or does anyone know? XD

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Guess something XD Then I’ll tell you :wink:

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Umm… Idk, I don’t get what ‘the taste is like the butt, split’ means

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Aw… It means that the taste is different like the butt which is split into two halves lol XD

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Everything is two-faced, and has it’s pros and cons :eyes:

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So everything is like the butt? XD

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Idk
Maybe

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:pleading_face:?

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I did tell you! HAHA

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Wait, what?

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This is the meaning HAHA @SkyWalker

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Literally?

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Oh no

The “like” in the sentence above was meant to show that this was a parable/imagery.

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I’ve got an Austrian one :joy:
Austrian version: Ghupft wia ghatscht
German version: Gehüpft wie gegangen
English version: Jumped like gone

It sounds so weird in English :joy:

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Someone is scared?

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No :rofl:

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Missed something?

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You’re thinking in the wrong direction :joy:

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