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    [–] What are some normal/everyday words in your language that when literally translated become very different in form or context? ImmediateLetterhead 2 points ago in AskReddit

    Is this a really old saying, from a time when having a pig might be the only way to feed a family and so you are actually lucky or is it just a random modern conception that has nothing to do with the actual pig?

    [–] Refusing to play ImmediateLetterhead 5 points ago in BetterEveryLoop

    And the way he stares at it before it’s even thrown with that look like “Don’t even think about it, I won’t degrade myself”

    [–] Do I need my eyes testing or is there very little difference? ImmediateLetterhead 1 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago) in gaming

    That screenshot is from the ghost of Sparta game, he’s Greek/Mediterranean so his skin would likely be bronze in the summer sun from tanning and paler during the winter months, depends how you class that I suppose but I would say Mediterranean is more towards the white classification myself, your opinion might differ though of course

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    Callisto, Krato’s mother is white too and Zeus has never been depicted as black to my knowledge so I don’t see why Kratos would be other than the fact his voice actor is black and honestly a lot of voice actors don’t match up to their characters so that’s not uncommon

    [–] Do I need my eyes testing or is there very little difference? ImmediateLetterhead 1 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago) in gaming

    He’s actually white underneath the ash

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/3/3c/Young_Kratos_and_Deimos_GoS.jpg

    Kratos is the child on the left, both his voice actors have been black which has led some people to believe he is too but different flashbacks throughout the games show him as white even pre-ash

    [–] Military personnel of reddit, while working with foreign forces, what did you find most unusual about their customs, behaviour and such? ImmediateLetterhead 577 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago) in AskReddit

    I’ve heard it said from a few older relatives of mine that were in the navy and their friends that I have met “that the Royal Navy’s reputation was built by drunken sailors and by damn we’re gonna fight to keep it that way!”

    I dunno how accurate that would be nowadays though

    [–] Sawdust cannon ImmediateLetterhead 67 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago) in BetterEveryLoop

    The beacon is lit! Gondor calls for aid!

    [–] Military personnel of reddit, while working with foreign forces, what did you find most unusual about their customs, behaviour and such? ImmediateLetterhead 135 points ago in AskReddit

    well I’ve learnt something new for the day ahaha, were they pretty funny and cheery to be around or deadly serious even in downtime? (Not sure if that’s the right word?)

    [–] one lucky lizard ImmediateLetterhead 1 points ago in Unexpected

    I ain’t even gonna argue with that