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What Kissing Sounds Like in Different Languages and Other Mysteries Solved

Ever wonder what the things we say and do sound like in other languages? Artist and illustrator James Chapman created cute comic-style illustrated posters to portray how people across the world express common emotions, sounds and actions. Check out the illustrations below to see how eating, drinking, kissing and more sound in different languages.
 
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jeff j
I wanted to see "fart"
James Nunn
You attributed 'Joj' as Croatian, which isn't correct. Croatian isn't a language, it's a dialect of Serbian, and Joj is therefore Serbian.
 
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