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    (Original post by JamesN88)
    I think in English and communicate in grunts.
    good
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    OMG stop with these threads
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    (Original post by 1secondsofvamps)
    OMG stop with these threads
    Are you bilingual?
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    LOL, I think mostly in English but sometimes bits in my other language and stuff.
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    (Original post by RogerFedora)
    LOL, I think mostly in English but sometimes bits in my other language and stuff.
    What languages can you think in?
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    (Original post by Gadero)
    What languages can you think in?
    Arabic and English.
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    (Original post by RogerFedora)
    Arabic and English.
    Was arabic your first language? Can you choose between these 2 languages, which one you want to think in? Can you think in any other languages?
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    More bumps in this thread than a French road after the world wars, Christ. To answer the question, I don't say things out in my head when I'm thinking them, I just think. Also, I'm fairly sure this is one of Karl Pilkington's shower thoughts.
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    (Original post by Gadero)
    Was arabic your first language? Can you choose between these 2 languages, which one you want to think in? Can you think in any other languages?
    Chill. Yeah, it was. It's kinda been phased out since .
    I don't know if I actively choose. I think it just happens. Idk, I'm learning Spanish and sometimes I think 'mmmm chicos'.
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    (Original post by AH127)
    More bumps in this thread than a French road after the world wars, Christ. To answer the question, I don't say things out in my head when I'm thinking them, I just think. Also, I'm fairly sure this is one of Karl Pilkington's shower thoughts.
    LOL
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    fgs these threads just stop the amount of bumps are higher than this year’s grade boundaries
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    (Original post by RogerFedora)
    Chill. Yeah, it was. It's kinda been phased out since .
    I don't know if I actively choose. I think it just happens. Idk, I'm learning Spanish and sometimes I think 'mmmm chicos'.
    can you think in arabic?
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    (Original post by Gadero)
    can you think in arabic?
    Na3m! Ofc I can. Can you?
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    (Original post by RogerFedora)
    Na3m! Ofc I can. Can you?
    What is Na3m?

    No I can't. Can you think in english as well?
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    (Original post by Gadero)
    What is Na3m?

    No I can't. Can you think in english as well?
    It's like yaaass. And yaaasss.
    Why is this important btw?
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