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    • Tourist: "Is this the hotel?" Guy: "perish"
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    • 死 ("si") means death in Chinese, same character used for Japanese too
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    • Tomio 4 aug
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    • Chinese si and spanish si are pronounced differently.
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    • Spanish "Si" meaning "yes" can easily sound like "shi" which is Chinese for both "four (4)" and "death". This is actually why in many places in Asia, there is no 4th floor in buildings, they go from 3 to 5. It's associated with terrible luck and bad omens.
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    • Chinese guy: is this the hotel? Me:
      Issacle 4 aug
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    • Chinese man ask me if this is a hotel, Me:
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    • I find of alot of them to be rude and careless. I live by Gettysburg we a had a kid fall off a 40 foot monument and not even a month later I find Chinese tourists letting their kids be on the edge so I just kept repeating "June 4 1989"
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    • it’s pronounced “see” in spanish, but die in chinese is pronounced “suh” but still spelled si
      Antilles 5 aug
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    • I speak spanish fluently and studied mandarin chinese for 3 years in high school. "Si" is the spanish word for yes and the chinewe word for die, but they're pronounced so differently that there's no way a chinese person would understand it as "die". Just the spelling that is the same
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    • “Is this the hotel?” “Four”
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    • Si is four in chinese and looks like this: 四
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    • mexico si and chinese si sound different
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    • Except they are pronounced differently. Si in Chinese sounds different than sí in spanish
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    • It wouldn't translate like.that. Si in Spanish is pronounced SEE, in Chinese SIH.
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    • you just said 4 in Chinese. yes i understand the joke shh
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    • Actually die in the Chinese language sounds a lot like the number 4 in their language
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    • Si in Spanish is if, sí is yes
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    • The fact that my dumb ass has to study Chinese makes this joke so much funnier.
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    • You could have also said 4
      _Dex__ 2 aug
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    • Actually, if the Chinese guy speaks Cantonese, you will have said "shit" to him
      Tomoko13 2 aug
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    • For those who are confused, the word for death in Chinese is 死, pronounced sǐ, except this meme doesn't really hold up because "sǐ" isn't pronounced like "sí" in Spanish. Rather, it's pronounced more like the "soo" in "soot"
      WoJiaoYi 2 aug
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    • Yeah no. Not even in Japanese would that work.
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    • Si would be prenounced like the si in sit.
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    • 死 isn’t pronounced like “see”, it’s pronounced like “sih”. This is the mandarin word for die.
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    • why does pitbull dress like a pro-hitman?
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    • Spanish sí sounds like "see", but Chinese sì sounds more like "suh"
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    • 死 is pronounced like "suh" (it's close to that, the actual sound cannot be made using English phonetics). A better one would be using 死 in Japanese, which is pronounced "shi".
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    • This is why I will never learn Chinese. The same word pronounced differently means completely different things... that’s a recipe for disaster
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    • I thought the "tiananmen square" was chinese for die?
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    • First i thought "wait, thats japanese". Then i realized japanese was "shine" or whatever the fuck, then i realized that i dont speak chinese or japanese
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    • *Is this the hoter?
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    • Si means four
      Pacman01 2 aug
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    • Actually you’re telling him to die in chinese not asking
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    • Actually it would depend on what tone you use. The Chinese word “ma” can mean either mother, pig, or bathroom depending on the tonality
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    • "Is this the hotel?" "4"
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    • Spelt the same way but pronounced differently
      Serific 1 aug
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    • This is too specific to be a meme
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    • In Chinese si means a shit ton of things, with different accents it could mean silk, death, four and a bunch of other shit
      wolvv 1 aug
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    • No they are completely different pronunciations it doesn’t work
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    • He said “if”
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    • Its funny how Chinese tourist replaced americans as the worst tourist.
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    • I’m Chinese and si is poop. Die sounds more like say.
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    • I’m assuming si means die in chinese
      Jivy 2 aug
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    • For those who don’t get this joke, in Chinese, I don’t get it either but google it you dolt.
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    • In Chinese "yes" and "die" already sounds very alike so you have a better chance of them misheard you by saying the answer normally
      TXSmemes 2 aug
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    • Si in Spanish actually sounds more like the word for thin in Chinese than die
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    • Bruh they don’t even sound similar, yes in Spanish goes higher and sounds like sea, death in Chinese goes deeper and sounds like suh but you hold the uh for a little longer to say death and just suh for 4
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    • I can only see escanor blasting the dick outta estarossa and uttering "sine"
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    • しね!
      Sada 2 aug
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    • So si means four in Chinese but it also associated with death
      Grey86 2 aug
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    • That’s not how you pronounce 死
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    • It’s pronounced suh like sugar but without the sh just the s yaknowwhatimsayin 我要死
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    • Even though pikachu don’t seem to have whites of eyes canonically, DP pikachu is the cutest damn thing
      Yzzami 1 aug
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    • I wonder how many people get the joke
      bomambaa 1 aug
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    • 死ね
      Uran 1 aug
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    • Yi er san si wu liu qi ba jiu shi
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    • You’d be closer if they were Japanese. “Shi-死” in Japanese means death, and “shinu-死ぬ” means die. :/
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    • Were not asking... were telling
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    • Si means four
      Heelys 1 aug
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    • 我要死
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    • funny )))
      emma_91 6 aug
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    • I think he meant shi but ok
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    • Me:. Chinese guy:. Me: SHINEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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    • 闭嘴。我是美国人!:)
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    • Si doesn't mean die in Japan, the word for die is Shine, pronounced (Shin-Ayy), like so people can see.
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    • Sí doesn't even sound like 死. It doesn't sound like any Chinese word, but props to you to knowing the pinyin I guess
      Saladaz 3 aug
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    • That doesn’t sound anywhere the same when spoken though lol
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    • si in chinese would be closest sounding to yes
      brugging 2 aug
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    • Y'all are dumb
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    • Pogris 2 aug
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    • It's pronounced more like se than si and it also means 4
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    • I need that pikachu as a react meme to reply to a comment, quick. Pls respond
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    • Si means 4
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    • Si in spanish is not even remotely close to how death is pronounced in chinese
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    • Well, considering Shin in Japanese means Death, and Japanese borrows a lot of Kanji from Chinese... Shin and Si might not sound too far off...
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    • It isn't prononced the same at all
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    • When you say bye to a mandarin speaker by saying “Chow”, and they wonder why you told them to fuck off
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    • Then pewish
      Nebulous 2 aug
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    • 我不喜欢你
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    • except the pronunciation is completely different
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    • SI more like “SUCC”
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