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Make your own Speech Bubble with Dutchisms — 22 Comments

  1. Hi Loes,

    This is really funny and easy tool to use! I’m sure I’ll use it for my website sooner or later.

    Besides, there are so many posts about different free tools on your site, I can’t wait to find out more! Thank you for sharing the tools and great ideas.


  2. Hello Loes
    what a funny idea, I think with those idioms you get to see the core of a language resp. the way its people think! Here’s a tyipcal Swiss one:
    “You can blow into my shoes!” = “Well, screw you!”
    Take care, Stefan

    • You can get really fun phrases when you turnover a language literally, Stefan, thanks for your respons:) Have a terrific creative and successful 2016! Loes

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  4. Hi Loes, I thought that your article was very interesting! It was very detailed and thorough! To be honest I never really knew what dutchisms were, so when I read your article I couldn’t help but laugh because some of them were really funny! I love how simple phrases can be turned into funny, everyday talk! Thanks for the interesting read!

    • Hi Asna, there are even little booklets available with all kinds of dutchism you can buy. Glad I have given you a good laugh:) Kind regards Loes

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  7. I’ve been wondering how so many people make their memes and speech bubbles to enhance their comical images. Is everything free that you create and download from superlame? I image they have upgradeable accounts and ways to charge for other things. Maybe I’ll just have to hop in and try it to find out.

    • Hi Sarah, nice to see you here:) Sometimes there is a donation button on websites like this. Enjoy this great website, greetings Loes

  8. There’s not many sites that I come across that make me laugh out loud, yours did! So thanks a lot. I think this is a bit of a metaphor for how we humans communicate with each other – there can be a lot of misunderstanding and I really like the way you’ve used humor here. Could you please clarify how and where these speech bubbles would come in useful?

    • Hi Grant, glad to have made you laugh out loud 🙂 a day without laughter is a day wasted. The speech bubbles are extremely suitable for your about me page for instance. Besides that, they are great to promote some special product as well, success using them:) Loes

  9. Hi,

    I’m very honored that I’m part of your educational process about ‘Make your own Speech Bubble with Dutchisms’. And by the way, every single part of your website is very interesting and educational.


  10. Very funny! My wife lived in Germany for 8 years and they have some strange proverbs too. But I guess being strange is entirely subjective isn’t it?

    I cannot make any chocolate of it? For real? I wonder where this proverb initially stemmed from, or if the direct translation into English is completely different?

    My favourite has to be “The child can do the washing” lol – now that’s just awesome.

    • Hi Raymond, I am LMAO, yes I can not make chocolate out of it is the literally translation, beats me where it comes from, anyway I see you’ve enjoyed my blog:) See you later:) Loes

  11. Hi

    Ha! I’ve never heard of Dutchisms before! This is hilarious! I’m going to have to give this a go and confuse my family by speaking in nothing but Dutchisms.
    Oh sure they’ll kick me out of the house but it will be worth it!
    Thanks for the laughs


    • Hi Anthony, thanks, you’ve made me smile, you are quite a goldrooster = you are quite an asset 🙂 Keep me posted on your whereabouts, in or outof the house:) Greets Loes

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