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Non-Welsh People Try To Guess The Definition Of Welsh Phrases

"I have no clue. It sounds like a sneeze?"

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Kim (UK): Pub now! Mathew (Australia): Pub lunch!!Flo (UK): Let's go to the pub.Tom (UK): Pub time!Dani (Germany): I have no clue. It sounds like a sneeze?
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Kim (UK): Pub now!

Mathew (Australia): Pub lunch!!

Flo (UK): Let's go to the pub.

Tom (UK): Pub time!

Dani (Germany): I have no clue. It sounds like a sneeze?

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Mikey (Australia): You do you.Jessica (USA): Yoda. As in Yoda.Sarah (Canada): Someone was typing "Yoda" and dropped their phone.Dani (Germany): The Welsh way of saying "Ew".Guillermo (Spain): That's probably a rapper.
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Mikey (Australia): You do you.

Jessica (USA): Yoda. As in Yoda.

Sarah (Canada): Someone was typing "Yoda" and dropped their phone.

Dani (Germany): The Welsh way of saying "Ew".

Guillermo (Spain): That's probably a rapper.

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Jessica (USA): Mug drug. The cup you drink your weed tea out of. Luke (UK): Mug drug. A drug in a mug.Jenna (Australia): This is what Welsh gangstas call their bros.Hilary (UK): Sounds a bit downbeat, so it's probably a reaction to really shitty weather. "What's the weather like today?" "Mŵg drŵg." "Again?"Flo (UK): Nice dog.
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Jessica (USA): Mug drug. The cup you drink your weed tea out of.

Luke (UK): Mug drug. A drug in a mug.

Jenna (Australia): This is what Welsh gangstas call their bros.

Hilary (UK): Sounds a bit downbeat, so it's probably a reaction to really shitty weather. "What's the weather like today?" "Mŵg drŵg." "Again?"

Flo (UK): Nice dog.

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Hilary (UK): "Ych a fi" is Welsh for café. It's pronouced "Y(ou)r cof-fee". Adam (USA): Wi-Fi.Guillermo (Spain): Hi-fi.Luke (UK): An expression signifying powerless in the face of circumstance. That's life! What can you do? Said with a shrug.Alex (UK): Fuck you.
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Hilary (UK): "Ych a fi" is Welsh for café. It's pronouced "Y(ou)r cof-fee".

Adam (USA): Wi-Fi.

Guillermo (Spain): Hi-fi.

Luke (UK): An expression signifying powerless in the face of circumstance. That's life! What can you do? Said with a shrug.

Alex (UK): Fuck you.

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Claire (USA): Bored, DUUUHHHHHHH.Hannah (UK): "Your dad is boring."Jenna (Australia): This is how you tell your dad that you're bored and want him to amuse you/give you money so you can waste it on a dumb toy you'll be over in five minutes and be all "bore da" again.Flo (UK): I'm boring like a dad.Jessica (USA): Bore that....like drill that...like sex or woodworking.
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Claire (USA): Bored, DUUUHHHHHHH.

Hannah (UK): "Your dad is boring."

Jenna (Australia): This is how you tell your dad that you're bored and want him to amuse you/give you money so you can waste it on a dumb toy you'll be over in five minutes and be all "bore da" again.

Flo (UK): I'm boring like a dad.

Jessica (USA): Bore that....like drill that...like sex or woodworking.

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Hilary (UK): I know this one! MICROWAVE. Wooooooo.Paul (UK): MICROFUCKINGWAVE.Hannah (UK): THIS IS A MICROWAVE! Omg I got one.Flo (UK): MICROWAVE I KNOW THIS ONE.Shayan (India): Welsh table tennis.
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Hilary (UK): I know this one! MICROWAVE. Wooooooo.

Paul (UK): MICROFUCKINGWAVE.

Hannah (UK): THIS IS A MICROWAVE! Omg I got one.

Flo (UK): MICROWAVE I KNOW THIS ONE.

Shayan (India): Welsh table tennis.

7.

Alex (UK): Massive penis.Rafael (Spain): Huge dick.Flo (UK): Long penis.Claire (USA): Check out my schlong.Dani (Germany): Penis.
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Alex (UK): Massive penis.

Rafael (Spain): Huge dick.

Flo (UK): Long penis.

Claire (USA): Check out my schlong.

Dani (Germany): Penis.

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Flo (UK): Shiney bald head.Guillermo (Spain): Rad.Mat (Australia): A jumping castle. "Our children love jumping on the sboncen," said Catherine Zeta-Jones. This one I am 100% on.Luke (UK): To bonk. Shag. Bone. Welsh rumpy-pumpy.Claire (USA): I can't even begin to imagine what this means.
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Flo (UK): Shiney bald head.

Guillermo (Spain): Rad.

Mat (Australia): A jumping castle. "Our children love jumping on the sboncen," said Catherine Zeta-Jones. This one I am 100% on.

Luke (UK): To bonk. Shag. Bone. Welsh rumpy-pumpy.

Claire (USA): I can't even begin to imagine what this means.

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Guillermo (Spain): This has to be a Pokémon.Alex (UK): Cheeky Nando's.Flo (UK): Pilau rice with that please.Adam (USA): This sounds like a nice children's cartoon character.Tom (UK): Friendly drug dealer.
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Guillermo (Spain): This has to be a Pokémon.

Alex (UK): Cheeky Nando's.

Flo (UK): Pilau rice with that please.

Adam (USA): This sounds like a nice children's cartoon character.

Tom (UK): Friendly drug dealer.

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Kim (UK): I'm so frigging tipsy right now.Hannah (UK): Drunk, but only a little, e.g. "I get a bit flirty when I'm Twpsyn."Mikey (Australia): Errybody in the clerb getting Twpsyn!Shayan (India): SERIOUSLY WHAT IS A VOWEL EVEN.Mat (Australia): When you're four drinks down and you're trying to appear sober to get into a club you're twpsyn AF.
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Kim (UK): I'm so frigging tipsy right now.

Hannah (UK): Drunk, but only a little, e.g. "I get a bit flirty when I'm Twpsyn."

Mikey (Australia): Errybody in the clerb getting Twpsyn!

Shayan (India): SERIOUSLY WHAT IS A VOWEL EVEN.

Mat (Australia): When you're four drinks down and you're trying to appear sober to get into a club you're twpsyn AF.

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Guillermo (Spain): Another Pokémon, but this time a water one obvs.Luke (UK): A cool greeting. "Smwddio!" Potentially accompanied with finger guns, like the Fonz.Flo (UK): Drunker.Kim (UK): Yippeeee!Jenna (Australia): This has got to be a dick.
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Guillermo (Spain): Another Pokémon, but this time a water one obvs.

Luke (UK): A cool greeting. "Smwddio!" Potentially accompanied with finger guns, like the Fonz.

Flo (UK): Drunker.

Kim (UK): Yippeeee!

Jenna (Australia): This has got to be a dick.

12.

Jessica (USA): Man to man to monkey. A heart to heart between two zookeepers and their charge.Tom (UK): Two blokes and a monkey.Hannah (UK): This is Welsh for "all men must die".Alex (UK): Ring a ring o' roses.Flo (UK): Man oh man I wish I had some Monster Munch.
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Jessica (USA): Man to man to monkey. A heart to heart between two zookeepers and their charge.

Tom (UK): Two blokes and a monkey.

Hannah (UK): This is Welsh for "all men must die".

Alex (UK): Ring a ring o' roses.

Flo (UK): Man oh man I wish I had some Monster Munch.