11/29/2018 (Thu) 21:09:25
Yeah, I have aversion toward that as well. For me the whole Hungarian chanculture is alien and somewhat disturbing. Interesting thing even when they write in proper Hungarian it still feels weird.
One thing I found appealing there, that on /int/ they call Anon as Nyilas Koppány. That's pretty funny. It's a satire basically. The Nyilas was the Natsoc dudes during the interwar period and in WWII, and Koppány was the pagan arch-nemesis of our first Christian king, Saint Stephen, so putting together the two name - using Nyilas as a surname - equals with the non-plus ultra name of every turbo-Magyar.>içindeönce
Now it's not Hungarian. Kek. The bentmielőtt
is Hungarian and I tried to translate it to Turkish both the meaning and the "structure" if I can call that. I can give Another example: imageboard = képtábla
. I'm not sure the word you use it in Turkish but the Hungarian one in our language is a bunch of nonsense. But at least somewhat funny.
I think it's not a problem making fun of something we like or think high of. It is also a self-critique, a self-check and helps not to take ourselves too seriously.
Here I want to ask Danish Bernd the same: do Denmark has chanculture and own boards? Memes?
Oh, and Swiss Bernd too.
All the others I know they have.