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I think this is really revolutionary, give him 50 paragraphs and the client would be like… ahem, mmm, what do you…. mean.. I mean…. ah really.. mmmm … what the heck is this?
That’s hilarious:) I mean no disrespect, but that word sounds really…. well.. nice. It’s so … how to say it … cute? Yeah, cute:)
Also I am working on a Cinema 4D plugin that generates some curly splines, and I had problems with finding a name for that plugin:) Guess what? It probably will be called something along “kurulumuun”
I’m feeling kurulumuun tonight
Commonnn! of course he knows speaking Turkish. don’t be angry!
Turkish note: Demek istedigimi anlamisindir sanirim! (means; understand me?)
I’ve just seen this article and it makes me laugh. He needs to learn how to speak in Turkish first. It’s not google’s fault if it doesn’t translate it.
PS: I live in Turkiye.
How did I miss this thread?! Hilarious.
kurulumuun is not just what it looks like and feels like, kurulumuun is how it works.
Yesterday, I thought about kurulumuun, when someone talked about full moon
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