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#1 Posted by TrashMustache (449 posts) -

Dutch: Gigantische Bom

French: Bombe Géante

#2 Edited by Video_Game_King (34608 posts) -

@trashmustache: This site eats messages like a site that eats messages.

#3 Edited by von_wemberg (129 posts) -

Never-ever going to say it out loud in Estonian, but it's Hiiglaslik Pomm.

#4 Edited by Kidavenger (3380 posts) -

Giant Bomb eh

#5 Posted by CaLe (3678 posts) -

Jiant Bom

#6 Edited by Stefanten (51 posts) -

Kæmpe bombe.

#7 Posted by Flacracker (1391 posts) -

Geeant beem

#8 Posted by hermes (1270 posts) -

La bomba gigante !!!

A couple bombcast episodes ago, Vinny had a good time with it for a while.

#9 Posted by isomeri (1172 posts) -

Finnish: Jättipommi!

#10 Posted by AMyggen (1992 posts) -

Gigantisk bombe (Norwegian)

#11 Edited by Largo6661 (326 posts) -

Welsh: bom anferth

#12 Posted by crusader8463 (14311 posts) -

Giantbomb

#13 Posted by produceman (98 posts) -

I understand that "Giant" and "Bomb" are two common words that can easily be thrown together. However, since it is a proper noun wouldnt it just always be the english version?

#14 Edited by Budwyzer (486 posts) -

Giantbomb - I'm AMERICAN

or maybe my native tongue is now closer to: Bomba Gigante

Since I live in the south and Mexico's borders seen to be expanding.

@kidavenger said:

Giant Bomb eh

Canadian? or just severe north in US? lol

#15 Posted by Coafi (1433 posts) -

La Bomba Gigante! Sí.

#17 Edited by dantey (236 posts) -

Latvian: Milzīga Bomba

#18 Posted by corgorav (219 posts) -

Finnish - Jättimäinen pommi, jättiläispommi or jättipommi

#19 Posted by MrCaptain (361 posts) -

I understand that "Giant" and "Bomb" are two common words that can easily be thrown together. However, since it is a proper noun wouldnt it just always be the english version?

Of course, but that's not very fun is it?

Swedish: Gigantisk bomb

#20 Posted by faustyn (614 posts) -

Polish: Gigantyczna Bomba

#21 Posted by Superkenon (1191 posts) -

巨大爆弾
Kyodai Bakudan

you can't prove that's not my native tongue

except maybe if you point out a better translation

#22 Posted by JoeyRavn (4886 posts) -

I understand that "Giant" and "Bomb" are two common words that can easily be thrown together. However, since it is a proper noun wouldnt it just always be the english version?

Thanks for pooping the party, party-pooper!

#23 Posted by Jams (2956 posts) -

Giant Shlong

#24 Edited by CaLe (3678 posts) -

@superkenon said:

巨大爆弾

Kyodai Bakudan

you can't prove that's not my native tongue

except maybe if you point out a better translation

超大型爆弾 sounds more intimidating (think the 鳳凰院凶真 of bombs) to me, but yeah, your translation is fine.

#25 Edited by Fredddi43 (287 posts) -

Gigantische Bombe

#26 Posted by csl316 (7355 posts) -

Gigantyczna Bomba!

#27 Edited by Superkenon (1191 posts) -

@cale said:

超大型爆弾 sounds more intimidating to me, but yeah, your translation is fine.

You might be on to something. Chouougota Bakudan!!

#28 Posted by Yummylee (20571 posts) -

Giant Bomb, innit.

#29 Edited by Azteck (7447 posts) -

Jättebomb punkt kom

#30 Edited by Bocam (3551 posts) -

Gamebomb.ru

#31 Posted by Olu (95 posts) -

Гигантская бомба

#32 Edited by Splodge (710 posts) -

Gaelic : Buama fathach

#33 Edited by Video_Game_King (34608 posts) -

巨大爆弾

Kyodai Bakudan

you can't prove that's not my native tongue

Romanization, motherfucker.

#34 Posted by TwoLines (2762 posts) -

Gigantyczna... Oh... Well, apparently Poland is well represented here.

#35 Posted by SomeJerk (2970 posts) -

It's Tuesday, saatana vittu perkele, welcome to Jättiläinen Pommi!

#36 Posted by TheDudeOfGaming (6077 posts) -

Џиновска бомба.

Have fun trying to read and pronounce that shit.

#37 Edited by CaLe (3678 posts) -

@thedudeofgaming said:

Џиновска бомба.

Have fun trying to read and pronounce that shit.

Unhobka Gomga?

#38 Edited by TruthTellah (7647 posts) -

Jie-ant Bah-m.

#39 Posted by TheDudeOfGaming (6077 posts) -

@cale said:

@thedudeofgaming said:

Џиновска бомба.

Have fun trying to read and pronounce that shit.

Unhobka Gomga?

How'd you do that? Are you a wizard?!

#40 Edited by xyzygy (9624 posts) -

I'm actually Canadian but since I'm living in Germany for the year and nobody pointed out German, here it is: riesige Bombe.

#41 Posted by CaLe (3678 posts) -

@cale said:

@thedudeofgaming said:

Џиновска бомба.

Have fun trying to read and pronounce that shit.

Unhobka Gomga?

How'd you do that? Are you a wizard?!

I spent 11 years trekking through Tibet, along the foothills of Mount Gwapaloopoo. It was there I met a shaman, wise as he was old. He taught me in the ways of the Wachiki, the language decoding secrets of ancient Kwalapeck. It was a simple task for someone such as me to decode your message.

#42 Posted by Szlifier (464 posts) -

@twolines said:

Gigantyczna... Oh... Well, apparently Poland is well represented here.

That's right.

#43 Posted by ftrevelin (33 posts) -

In Brazilian Portuguese it´s also "Bomba Gigante"

#44 Edited by PinkFloydPLA (32 posts) -

Bombă Gigant in Romanian

#45 Posted by MormonWarrior (2485 posts) -

English: Dat Giant Bomb

I speak Spanish but it's far from my native language. Not sure why Alexis keeps calling it "Bomba Grande" since it's clearly "La bomba gigante". Whatever.

#46 Posted by FirePrince (1762 posts) -

Bombă Gigant in Romanian

Mă gândeam la Bombă Uriașă.

#47 Posted by Ducksworth (656 posts) -

I'm not really sure, I've never had to use the word bomb in my language before and it's never come up in a discussion in the language itself. Since I am a Muslim from a predominantly Muslim country, this would be a great opportunity to make an offensive joke though.

Truthfact, I don't buy/wear anything from the GB store because it either says the word "GiantBomb" or depicts a bomb, even if people aren't making the association I subconsciously feel like when they see me they are or will. My only other option is the Hot-dog Patrick tee, and I don't want people to think I'm a weiner.

#48 Edited by WickedFather (1713 posts) -

Bom Gawraidd.

#49 Edited by rubzo (37 posts) -

Boma mòr in Gaelic... probably.

#50 Posted by obcdexter (531 posts) -

Mächtiges Badabumm.