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    Here's What Eating, Kissing, And Farting Sound Like In Different Languages

    Illustrator James Chapman has been explaining what the world sounds like in different languages for over a year. Here are some of the highlights.

    1. Screaming.

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    2. Splashing.

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    3. Frying.

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    4. Applause.

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    5. Farting.

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    6. Explosions.

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    7. Thinking.

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    8. Pain.

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    9. Engines.

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    10. Gun shots.

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    11. Smashing.

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    12. Clocks.

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    13. Yawning.

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    14. Popping.

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    15. Wind.

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    16. Sirens.

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    17. Brushing teeth.

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    18. Taking a photo.

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    19. Snoring.

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    20. A heartbeat.

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    21. Telling people to be quiet.

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    22. Sneezing.

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    23. Eating.

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    24. Crying.

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    25. Kissing.

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