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Please change ahem funny bot name

Zulu

Well-Known Member
#1
One of the bots is named "Bryndza", which translates directly to a type of goat cheese however, in modern vernacular it typically means something else. I'll let you work that out. Considering you have a in game chat filter for rude words...
 

cccdfern

Administrator
Staff member
#2
Funny, I tried to find this other meaning and all I got from urban dictionary
besides 'sheep's cheese' was the downvoted 'sheeps condom' (lol, pleasantly surprised at UD for not beating their dead horse)

I even searched google images with safe search off, And was thoroughly disappointed.

No I didn't bother typing each name into the colloquialism translator, I just copied off some international cheese names for something different.

Gouda day
 

Zulu

Well-Known Member
#4
Funny, I tried to find this other meaning and all I got from urban dictionary
besides 'sheep's cheese' was the downvoted 'sheeps condom' (lol, pleasantly surprised at UD for not beating their dead horse)

I even searched google images with safe search off, And was thoroughly disappointed.

No I didn't bother typing each name into the colloquialism translator, I just copied off some international cheese names for something different.

Gouda day
Hi, ok then. Yes it refers to a smoky cured sheeps cheese but that cheese is hardly popular. Everyday use of the word is related to old man ejaculate matter left in the open and being semi-congealed and stinky. But hey, I could be wrong, havent been back there since i left in 1980.
 

cccdfern

Administrator
Staff member
#5
LOL.

Well, seeing as the rest of the internet is blind to that meaning, probably safe to keep it to yourself.
 

CowsWithGuns

Administrator
Staff member
#8
If it doesn't come up on google as what you've described then i reckon we're pretty safe, the EU ave patented he name too, btw, someone must be making it.

Also lol at the description from zulu, then this from wiki: Bryndza cheese is creamy white in appearance, known for its characteristic strong smell and taste. The cheese is white, tangy, crumbly and slightly moist.
 
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