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This page looks absolutely ridiculous. --Ivan Štambuk 14:46, 17 August 2009 (UTC)
- Glad I'm not the only one who thinks so. It looks like someone made a mistake, doesn't it? Someone browsing the page would be like "Are Bosnian Croatian and Serbian the same language or did someone just fuck this up?" — [ R·I·C ] opiaterein — 14:56, 17 August 2009 (UTC)
- LoL. No, they're completely different languages that have absolutely nothing to do with one another. Croats have been always speaking "Croatian", Bosniaks have always been speaking "Bosnian", Serbs have always been speaking "Serbian", and Montenegrins have always been speaking "Montenegrin". It's just that these 4 happen to have 99% identical grammar, and 95% shared basic lexis, but we don't care about that, do we...
- Some 40-50% pages of all Serbo-Croatian words will look exactly like this, where B/C/S/SC entries will be the only ones on a page! In some cases (such as this one) words will be shared with Slovene or (much rarely) with Czech/Slovak, but with 4 identical sections (or 5! Montenegrin will get ISO code this fall!), it would nevertheless look completely ridiculous.
- Long live the democracy! --Ivan Štambuk 15:08, 17 August 2009 (UTC)