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Please change ahem funny bot name

Zulu

Well-Known Member
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
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
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
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
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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