THRAX and RUMELIAN
Today i saw an article in FYROM newspapers
The title is "Help for Amintas".. you can find it easy. The article is for a player, Amyntas.
As always, i saw that the half of the nicknames there wich are Greek origin names (like their CP for this month from the legendary Greek hero Perseus) and the other half that they have as component the word "Macedon" (wich means tall, long in Greek, i dont know what means in their language and they love it so much) but this is not out theme...
I thought "another Greek name" cause is an ancient Greek name really well known name here wich means "the defender" (i dont know what means in their language)
and now the "lol"...
i dont know why, i putted it in wiki... and as i was sure, i saw what i know in english wiki
in the left of the page i saw languages and i hitted the "language" they thing some people talk... what did i saw? lol
they dont tell the people the origin and what mean the name Amyntas !!!
i started laugh cause you know its beeter to know nothing than the half of something...
but the real laugh was in Bulgarian wiki...
in the top says "е древно име, употребявано най-вече в Македония" wich means "an ancient name wich is used especially in Macedonia"
i didnt know if i had to "lol" or to cry....
the propaganda in greatness!!!
fo conclusion: better start using some nicknames like "Josef"... fits better )
ps1: i didnt know what pictures to use so i putted some coins from some of the Macedonian kings named Amyntas... i CAN read them... Amyntas (the one from the article i saw) and the others, CAN?
ps2: i think they ll try to delete the article, but for some reason i cant find why... well... i ll put it on again bey befotre that lets make some people read it:
Propaganda, nicknames and wiki for laugh
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