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kawaii polaroid camera vinyl sticker



How to say smile for the camera in different languages:

USA : Say cheese!
Germany : käsekuchen ( meaning cheesecake or ‘ameisenscheisse’, which translates as ant shit )
France : ouistiti ( which means marmoset )
Spain : patata ( a staple in Spanish cuisine )
Italy : sorridi ( an instruction meaning smile )
Latin America : diga whiskey ( say whiskey )
China : qiézi (茄子) which sounds very similar to cheese and has the same smiling effect
Taiwan : seven, qī (七) is used
Hong Kong : just say one two three, yāt yim sàam (一 二 三)
Japan : hai, chiizu! (はい、チーズ!), derives from the English say cheese. there is another cute variant, where the photographer says 1+1 in Japanese, to which the person being photographed answer with two, ‘ni’ (二)
South Korea : Kimchi ( a spicy fermented cabbage dish )
India : paneer’ (पनीर), the Hindi word for a local cottage cheese
Bulgaria : zele (Зеле), which means cabbage.
Russia : seer’ (сыр) which also means cheese
Denmark : The word for the fruit orange, ‘appelsin’, gets the Danes grinning
Hungary : csíz, which phonetically sounds the same as the English but is actually a Eurasian siskin, a small type of bird.
Sweden : When in Sweden, you’ll want to say omelette instead of cheese, ‘Säg omelett!’ But you can also say ‘snigel fiss’, meaning snail fiss, to get a bit of laughter on camera.

Many many ways to say smile :) now just take this vinyl polaroid camera sticker around the world and have some fun with it!

> Glossy Coated Vinyl Sticker
> Designed by Amsterdam artist: "LEON RÖMER"
> Quality Guaranteed
> 8x7.2 cm
> Price is for 1 awesome super amazing sticker. Feel free to stick it anywhere you like.

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