Did you know that Russian animals make different noises than American animals?
Okay, so maybe they don't but they are different in the two languages.
Jon and I have been battling about this for years now – and neither one of us is willing to give in.
A dog says “Woof” or “Gahf-gahf.” (Honestly, when have you ever heard a dog Woof?)
A horse says “Neigh” or “EE-go-go.” (You go long on the “eeeee” and quick on the go-go").
A frog says “Ribbit” or “Kva-kva-kva.” (I dare you to show me a frog that says “Ribbit”).
A pig says “oink-oink” or “khryoo-khryoo.” (You gotta do this sound through the nose, kinda like the pig does).
Honestly, how is this even an argument? Obviously, the Russian animals are right.
Do you speak another language? Are animal sounds different?
Did you just try to make the Russian noises?
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