Bug's Life, A Easter Egg - Cussing Rolly Pollies

In almost every scene with the Rolly pollies (the ones that always fight,) listen closely. They cuss a lot.

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 08-26-1999
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Baker Boy writes:
I just did a Search with Google and Ethnolouge.com. I found NO evidence that the Jordic Language exsists anywhere in the world, other than as a programming language (JordiC). So unless Jordic Axe lives in Geekvile(or I was unable to find it on the net after moderate searching), some of you have had your legs pulled.
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Jordic Axe writes:
You are all wrong, they are speaking Jordic, my native language. They don't say anything profane, they mostly talk about the weather.
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keithlorelei writes:
The voices for Tuck and Roll are provided by Mike McShane. If you don't know him, he's the very big guy that does 'Whose Line is it Anyway' and others. Anyone who knows his work will realise that he probably just improvised the dialogue to himself. He's brilliant at improvisational comedy, especially with funny voices, foreign characters etc, so all the dialogue most probably just came off the top of his head. Very funny.
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soccerwizard writes:
why does it seem that in almost every disney movie, there are charachters that are hard to understand? and people almost always seem to hear curse words coming from them.....
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Peggy writes:
After doing a search on Google.com, Tuck & Roll are Hungarian Pill Bugs, so perhaps they speak Hungarian. But, according to a news release by Pixar when the film was being released on VHS and DVD, Pixar calls them "gibberish spouting twin Hungarian Pill Bugs."
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itomcatt writes:
cussing bugs??? Hungarian bugs??? I think it's gibberish. Would they really, in any language, add swear words to a movie aimed at kids???
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You're both wrong. It's no language at all, just gibberish [although it's meant to sound like Hungarian, and it somewhat does....].
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Freeza Frost writes:
JORDIC IS NOT A LANGUAGE!!!! they're prolly swaering in hungarian.
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Hoju writes:
No, actually Valerie's right. It's either Hungarian or mock-Hungarian. Maybe even Romanian.
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They don't cuss, they're just speaking in a different language.
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boon writes:
I could be wrong but I'm pretty sure that the language used is that of the Spanish Chicken, commonly known as "Curango Malango". A beautiful language with many words yet only 8 letters! Amazed?? see www.curangomalango.com for more
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Annonymus writes:
Maybe Jordic may be a native name of a language, and there is another name for it in English? There is between 3000 and 8000 different languages spoken in the world today! While most of the peoples in the world can only list up to 30, except peoples that works with languages. Here is some info I found on a web page: There is a list of the world's languages, called "Ethnologue" (Grimes 1996). There are 6,500 living languages listed. Of these, 6,000 have registered population figures. 52% of the 6,000 languages are spoken by less than 10,000 people, and 28% are spoken by less than 1,000 people. 83% of them are limited to single countries.
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sesame85 writes:
It definite ly wasn't German. It sounded old European to me. And itomcatt, this is Disney you are talking about. They aren't exactly the goody-goodies they claim to be.
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Courtney writes:
Jordic Axe is the only one right. If it's his native language, and he can understand how they feel about the most recent rainstorm, then I guess it's Jordic and nothing else. Not Hungarian, German, Russian, ect....
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Reighn21 writes:
yes you are mistaken, It's Russian
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You people are SO silly. Jordic Axe clarified it, so why do you still argue endlessly? Yes, Disney hides some things in the movies that aren't very appropriate, but they don't do it constantly, in every single movie!! If you're convinced they're swearing, go ahead and be ridiculous. Go ahead and gossip about how Disney is so dirty. But when someone says it's one language, and it's not swearing, don't say it's another language, and that it is swearing. PLEASE!
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SSTARZ writes:
I think they speak a mix of French and Spanish
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Ashley writes:
German if I'm not mistaken
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