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It illustrates the meaning of sweet words in 15 different languages

Every language has its own way of calling a person we love. So obviously, there are hundreds of ways to say it (and we can even invent it easily) but it must be admitted that there are some very well known in each language. And it is this specificity that interested the illustratorTom Mcloughlin for a very entertaining project.

The latter was amused to illustrate the sweet words of different countries, 15 languages in total, to show the diversity of this expression which means the same thing in all cultures. So the famous "My little cabbage" (ie whether you are talking about cauliflower or cream puff) is the equivalent of "My little ladybug" in Hungarian or "My half orange" in Spanish.

In short, we, that made us smile, because there are really very strange. A thought for all "Gold nuggets" and the "Mouse-Bear" who share their love in the most fun of ways.

My little cabbage (French)

Credits : Tom Mcloughlin

My crumb of bread (Finnish)

Credits : Tom Mcloughlin

My little ladybug (Hungarian)

Credits : Tom Mcloughlin

My mouse-bear (German)

Credits : Tom Mcloughlin

My gold nugget (Danish)

Credits : Tom Mcloughlin

My little fries (Dutch)

Credits : Tom Mcloughlin

My half orange (Spain)

Credits : Tom Mcloughlin

My little microbe (Italian)

Credits : Tom Mcloughlin

The fruit of my heart (Indonesian)

Credits : Tom Mcloughlin

My little round thing (Flamand)

Credits : Tom Mcloughlin

My little elephant (Thai)

Credits : Tom Mcloughlin

My little chicken (Arabic)

Credits : Tom Mcloughlin

My little egg with eyes (Japanese)

Credits : Tom Mcloughlin

My cute nose (Swedish)

Credits : Tom Mcloughlin

My little eyes (Greek)

Credits : Tom Mcloughlin

Imagined by: Tom Mcloughlin

Video: Animated My No No No Day by Rebecca Patterson. Read Aloud Books for Children! (January 2020).

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