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Tried to verify that, but it's night now, so life webcams show darkness:



Yes, they even made fasting camps for us... although they made us build them :/

We stole it first, dammit!
 

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English to Spanish and back:
(EN): Where is the banjo = (ES): Dónde está el banjo = Dónde está el baño = (EN): Where is the bathroom

(except for Spain, those say: ¿Dónde está el water?) "water" from "watercloset", but you pronounce "water" like a Scandinavian "vatter".
And we still have a word "el inodoro" (the odourless, which is well, the pot where you sit on). There is also: "el urinario" if it's to pee only.

The Dutch are the only logic ones. : Waar is de W.C. (where is the W(ater)C(loset)) and the "throne" where you sit on is called "wcpot". and to pee "urinoir" (yup, French word)
 
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English to Spanish and back:
(EN): Where is the banjo = (ES): Dónde está el banjo = Dónde está el baño = (EN): Where is the bathroom

(except for Spain, those say: ¿Dónde está el water?) "water" from "watercloset", but you pronounce "water" like a Scandinavian "vatter".
And we still have a word "el inodoro" (the odourless, which is well, the pot where you sit on). There is also: "el urinario" if it's to pee only.

The Dutch are the only logic ones. : Waar is de W.C. (where is the W(ater)C(loset)) and the "throne" where you sit on is called "wcpot". and to pee "urinoir" (yup, French word)
Be careful how you pronounce the word “ma” in Mandarin... ;)
 
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