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    (Original post by yoda123)
    mixture of english and mauritian creole
    What languages can you think in?
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    (Original post by momoneyme89)
    What are you talking about?
    Stop playing stupid, don't you have anything better to do than ask the same question over and over again on different accounts? It's ****ing pathetic.
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    Stop playing stupid, don't you have anything better to do than ask the same question over and over again on different accounts? It's ****ing pathetic.
    Look mate, this is my only account on here. I've seen this question before and I find it interesting, so I'm asking it.
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    I've seen this thread about 6 times now.. Why not just stick to one?
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    (Original post by Captivated)
    I've seen this thread about 6 times now.. Why not just stick to one?
    Can you think in another language, but English?
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    (Original post by momoneyme89)
    Can you think in another language, but English?
    I actually answered your question on your other account and similar thread. Maybe you should keep to one thread so you can track responses a little easier? I'm not trying to bash you I'm just saying it's easier for you than making several accounts with the same question. All you have to do is bump the thread.
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    (Original post by momoneyme89)
    Look mate, this is my only account on here. I've seen this question before and I find it interesting, so I'm asking it.
    Look mate, i) that's a lie and ii) There are 6 other threads all made in the last 2 months I imagine, which will provide you with the same answers. Stop ********ting.
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    (Original post by Captivated)
    I actually answered your question on your other account and similar thread. Maybe you should keep to one thread so you can track responses a little easier? I'm not trying to bash you I'm just saying it's easier for you than making several accounts with the same question. All you have to do is bump the thread.
    But can you answer it again
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    Look mate, i) that's a lie and ii) There are 6 other threads all made in the last 2 months I imagine, which will provide you with the same answers. Stop ********ting.
    Yes, by other people.
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    I would say 70% English, 30% Hindi. I think it depends more about the people I am around or the country I am in (either UK or India)
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    I would say 70% English, 30% Hindi. I think it depends more about the people I am around or the country I am in (either UK or India)
    What languages can you think in?
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    (Original post by WBZ144)
    I swear that I have seen multiple threads with almost the same topic as this on TSR over the last couple of months.

    I think mostly in English, depending on the situation and who I'm thinking about.
    This one bloke has, genuinely, been on TSR for years. He's obsessed with cognition and language-related questions, and will be continually banned, then come back, asking the same question for months at a time. When I was a mod, we were inundated with "What is this called?" threads for a year, and he'd post a picture.

    "That's called an apple""But what is it in Japanese"
    "It's a ringo"
    "So it's called a ringo, but how can it be called an apple"

    He's either one of the most dedicated trolls in the world, or one of the stupidest people in the world. Probably both at the same time.

    This has been going on for years.
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    (Original post by Hype en Ecosse)
    This one bloke has, genuinely, been on TSR for years. He's obsessed with cognition and language-related questions, and will be continually banned, then come back, asking the same question for months at a time. When I was a mod, we were inundated with "What is this called?" threads for a year, and he'd post a picture.

    "That's called an apple""But what is it in Japanese"
    "It's a ringo"
    "So it's called a ringo, but how can it be called an apple"

    He's either one of the most dedicated trolls in the world, or one of the stupidest people in the world. Probably both at the same time.

    This has been going on for years.
    Interesting
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    (Original post by momoneyme89)
    What languages can you think in?
    Other than English: Arabic. I'm not at that stage with French yet.

    Though I hope that you're not the same person who has been posting the same threads over and over like they say you are.
 
 
 
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