130 letters in one word!
No one has been bitten by a Black Widow for quite some time now so they think they most possibly have died out during the latest cold winters we’ve had. But just because no one has been bitten doesn’t mean they all are dead 🙂 As long as I know they might be here I’ll be careful when ever I might see a spider suspiciously like a widow 🙂 As the expert said: It’s getting warmer here too and all kinds of shit comes to us via containers so we’ll soon have plenty of new animals here anyway 🙂 🙂 🙂
It’s Thursday evening for me right now, tomorrow is the last working day of the week and then I’ll have a long weekend. June sixth is our national day and a holiday now days. We haven’t had a national day for that long time and most people don’t know why we celebrate it 🙂 We really don’t know how to celebrate it either to be honest 🙂 But I’ll tell You more about that on June sixth.
The longest word in German is no longer, it had 63 letters and was Rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgabenübertragungsgesetz. It had to do with testing on cattle for mad cow disease but since they no longer requires to test the animals the word is now removed from the dictionaries. But that was nothing compared to the longest word in Swedish which has 130 letters in it 🙂 🙂 🙂 It’s:
“Nordvästersjökustartilleriflygspaningssimulatoranläggningsmaterielunderhållsuppföljningssystemdiskussionsinläggsförberedelsearbeten” I won’t even try to translate it and I doubt that google manages it either 🙂 🙂 🙂 But it has to do with preparation work for something in the coastal artillery 🙂 🙂 🙂 But this is still nothing compared to the longest word in the world, that has something around 1700 letters in it 🙂 🙂 🙂 Unfortunately I couldn’t find it, only that it had around 1700 letters. I do wonder what it means 🙂 🙂 🙂
Swedish unlike English tends to put many different words together to one word, like for instance mad cow disease, in swedish we would make that one word to madcowdisease. Yesterday I saw an ad on the internet they sold longhaired miniature dachshund’s ( in our way of writing it should say longhaired miniaturedachshund’s but we call them longhaired dwarfdachshund’s). The writer of that ad was unfortunately very influenced by the english language and wrote it in three separate words instead of writing it as two words. So the ad told us that they sold a longhaired dwarf and dachshund’s 🙂 🙂 🙂 I wonder if one could buy the dachshund’s separately or if the dwarf came along 🙂 🙂 🙂
It’s time for something to eat and today I think I’ll have coffee instead of tea otherwise I won’t have any tea for breakfast tomorrow 🙂 The evening is a bit chilly and the wind is stronger again. So we might get frost tonight if the wind calms down. That would most probably be the last frost until autumn arrives.
Have a great day!