Friday, March 13, 2009

Indonesian Language Lesson

The word for today is "Bingung". This is a word that I hear very often over here and it means "confused".

Sometimes, I hear people say "Saya bingung" and it means "I am confused".

I also hear people say "Bingung saya" and I think it also means "I am confused".

Today, I was bingung-ed by this shirt. By the way, there is no past tense to words in Indonesian so the -ed was just me using the English past tense on the Indonesian word. (Not part of the lesson :P)



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13 comments:

Wifey Dessert said...

LOL I have no idea what that means but it is hilarious to me!! :)

Wifey Dessert said...

oh wait! i think i got it!! my heart, can you feel the love tonight!! i have no idea why the my heart part is there but the rest almost makes sense!! :)

fiona said...

I want one!
I'm beeling the love...LOL

newlyweds said...

I'm Bingun-ed Also. Thanks for the lesson.

Missy said...

ROFLOL

I so need that shirt, just so I can bingun everyone.

Mike said...

So when are we going to see a picture of you with your new shirt on?

Kimber said...

That shirt is classic. I had to read it a couple of times, but I did finally get it. LOL

Bilbo said...

A true classic - especially the "to nisht" part. This one definitely goes into my linguistic oddities collection!

Wayne said...

Bingung what a odd word lol,

great photo friday

Nap Warden said...

OK, if you don't get it, how the heck am I supposed to?
I'm Bingung?

Carrie and Troy Keiser said...

I too am confused!

Anonymous said...

Looks like "my love can you feel the love to shit" to me!....ha ha ha!

NomadicExpat said...

I've not used that word in such a LONG time. I'm going to start using it now and mixed that in with my Mandarin vocab. Hahaha.