Oh noes around the world

Monday, November 7, 2016

British graphic artist James Chapman (previously) illustrates how people from various countries say "Oh no."

James Chapman
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Anonymous said...

In Spanis, it could either be "Ay no" or "Oh no". In Japanese it certainly isn't "da-me". That's the expression used to tell someone that something is not allowed. You'd instead something like "yada" or "majikaina". The person who mad that comic has no damn idea.

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