Lemone (lemone) wrote in thequestionclub,
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Inspired by an earlier post, but also something I've been thinking of for a long time.

Once, on an episode of Freakazoid (probably just the one), there was a little segment on learning French where you learned a phrase in French. The one I saw was "Who cut the cheese?" IIRC, in French it was "Dom le du fromage?" Which I'm sure I spelled in an extremely atrocious manner, but it's okay.

Anyway, I've decided it would be amusing to find out how many different languages I can get "Who cut the cheese?" translated into. I'd try babelfish or something, but I'm sure it would just be sucky translations and it's no fun that way.

So, anyone know how to say "who cut the cheese" in an different language?

Anyone remember that episode of Freakazoid? Were there any more phrases they did, maybe on different episodes?
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  • It's my jam!

    What is your favourite musical or movie soundtrack? Mine for some reason is Heavy Metal--lots of great songs on there!

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    What is your favourite kitchen gadget or tool? (I remember some of you love your stand mixers--I still haven't gotten around to selling ours) What's…

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