Review Request 108592: Added some more operations in analitza
thomas.luebking at gmail.com
Sun Jan 27 11:59:25 GMT 2013
On Sonntag, 27. Januar 2013 12:16:39 CEST, Alexander Neundorf wrote:
> Analyze etc. is fine, but wordplays starting with "anal" and
> ending somewhat
> like a female first name sound strange to me.
> But it's ok if that's just me, no big thing.
Worse is that it's also
either worrying about "ana-lyze" being near "anal" or "Kant" being pronounced as "cunt" is equally infantile rubbish. (ie. imo asking to rename Kant -to Kate- was wrong in the first place)
Stuff like "Ur-anus" or "Annalen der Physik" is funny when you're 10, but then you grow up and... well - that's it.
If one wanted to avoid any of this incidents, one would better stop talking.
(female co-worker once got *really* upset when a japanese client greeted her... - for non germans: "moshi moshi" sounds alot like "muschi muschi" - "pussy pussy" ... it was not as funny as it might sound)
 Can we still sue ancient greece (analyse) and romans (anus) for these unfortunate words which lead to confusion later on, when some extra smart ppl. called a part of the human body after ("haha"...) a completely unrelated thing (or another, depending on the plural variant) because they were not all that smart and their latin pretty weak?
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