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Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by ClosetVitorFan, Apr 20, 2018.
"IM VERY HAPPY"
OR "I VERY HAPPY" will also do.
Anybody else notice This?
its more like, im very happe or im very happ
Well the phrase
"Happy ending" is universal in massage shops all over the world.
I see a correlation
For Brazilian fighters who don't know English, I would recommend learning just one phrase for post fight interviews and press conferences.
"It is what it is."
Just make sure you say it like Makenzie Dern so you sound authentic.
I want to fuck Conor
And remember to always thank Jesus.
Eggplant will salute other pigeons
I giv my best, I work reel har, thank you.
You just made a lot of Conor fans soil their underwear
When I was in Stevedore school, I spent a summer working the docks in Brazil.
What crazy times I had.
“I very happ. Thanks for UFC. He very good fight but I ready forth. Thank you!”
—wait for half hearted applause—
Do the rest in Portuguese that will be cut short and semi-accurately summarized by the translator.
"I very happ, I want to make a show."
"I trainy, I eaty, I sleepy" - Mauricio 'Shogun' Rua
I'm very happ, I trainy very hord for this fighch.
Such a mature crowd here.
I can hear the "U S A U S A." chants.
It's "I'm very hep for fighh"