21:45 - Redn1ght Nimlot, actually "Smartphone" in Finnish is: Älypuhelin. (Straight word for word translation. Oh and, the Chinese are pretty random on how they come up with their words.
21:43 - Sunny Pagliaccio But it's not just us, you have to realize that this happens on global scale and it's not necessarily something bad. Anyhow saying that it happens in one country only is a very ignorant and frustrating statement.
21:41 - Nimlot The difference is we're taking other languages' words, not coming up with our own. We also say smartphone, not уме 085;тел ефо
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21:40 - Sunny Pagliaccio Not really the point, but an interesting fact nevertheless, Red. :D
21:36 - Redn1ght You should see how the Chinese deal with that shit. Sunny. Mobile Phone = Hand Machine. lel.
21:35 - Sunny Pagliaccio No, this evolution is driven by the need for new words to name the new things we deal with. I.e. in a Victorian England one wouldn't need a word for a smartphone, but now we do so we put two words together. Voila.
21:33 - Nimlot Sunny, I can make that statement because while it's true that languages evolve, this evolution is driven by a native lack in vocabulary.