Home » Magic » John Candy’s Name in 23 Different Languages John Candy’s Name in 23 Different Languages Mallory Ortberg on November 28, 2013 in Magic 959221 Commentshttp%3A%2F%2Fthe-toast.net%2F2013%2F11%2F28%2Fjohn-candy-is-universal%2FJohn+Candy%27s+Name+in+23+Different+Languages2013-11-28+19%3A00%3A37Mallory+Ortberghttp%3A%2F%2Fthe-toast.net%2F%3Fp%3D9592 Juan Dulce (Spanish) Giovanni Caramelle (Italian) Džonas Saldainiai (Lithuanian) キャンディ助音 (Japanese) Jean Bonbons (French) Johan Suikergoad (Dutch) Johannes Suessigkeiten (German) Yohana Pipi (Swahili) Jan Lekkergoed (Afrikaans) Janka Cukierek (Polish) Jani Karkkia (Finnish) Jůn Bůmbůn (Silesian) Johann Godis (Swedish) Yuēhàn Tang (Chinese) Джон Бонбон (Bulgarian) Yohannes Permen (Indonesian) Jóhannes Sælgæti (Icelandic) Ivan Konfety (Russian) Džons Konfektes (Latvian) יוחנן יוֹחָנָן (Hebrew) Jŏna Chahiye (Hindi) Jens Slik (Danish) جون حلوى سكرية (Arabic) Tags: a lot of these came from free online translators and are probably messed up, john candy, languages, names, things mallory does for no reason Related PostsThe Names They Gave Me John Candy’s On-Point Orson Welles Impression The Best Line Readings in Planes, Trains, and Automobiles Almost Every Character on Bob’s Burgers Ranked By D&D’s Moral AlignmentThe Ron Weasley DiariesVictorian Doctor Mad Libs About Author by Mallory Ortberg Mallory is an Editor of The Toast. 9592Latest Commentshttp%3A%2F%2Fthe-toast.net%2F2013%2F11%2F28%2Fjohn-candy-is-universal%2FJohn+Candy%27s+Name+in+23+Different+Languages2013-11-28+19%3A00%3A37Mallory+Ortberghttp%3A%2F%2Fthe-toast.net%2F%3Fp%3D9592 dakimel Ivan Konfety is fantastic, but I'll be saying Jean Bonbons and fake-French-laughing all damn day now. 1sic1 Why is Ivan Konfety not in Cyrillic, though? SarahDances Иван Конфеты You're welcome. Pimpom Pedantic linguist and Dutchy here: the Dutch one should be Jan Snoep. Brilliant list though… tragicallyludicrous Hey, I got that without looking it up! I have learned something in 3 years! tragicallyludicrous oh Dutch what a silly language you are (Jan Snoep would also work) meetapossum Jean Bonbons makes me laugh so much. cath Tongan: Sione Lole :) keepthemuse Juan Dulce was so perfect I almost didn't need 22 more…and then I did. Kara The picture needs no translation, so good. To_Martha Seán Milseáin in Irish. Turns out John Candy by any other name would smell as sweet louco_me Yeah… that's right. :) <img src="http://s04.flagcounter.com/count/kfoW/bg=00CC66/txt=000000/border=000000/columns=1/maxflags=1/viewers=3/labels=1/pageviews=0.jpg" width="1" height="1" /> louco_me <img src="http://assets0.ordienetworks.com/images/GifGuide/dancing/tumblr_likmsbsY0M1qgt3ngo1_500%202.gif" alt="tumblr_likmsbsY0M1qgt3ngo1_500%202.gif" /> TARDIStime JOHN CANDY GIF THREAD!!! <img src="http://31.media.tumblr.com/0606b41b723df64bbe35a73ede0ffe74/tumblr_mprkp4agaf1qeo6ejo1_400.gif"> WibblyWobbly <img src="http://24.media.tumblr.com/2f5d19313b1059a28dcea924aa3b9894/tumblr_meun9kzs4s1r948dpo1_1280.gif" /> Dane Good yes perfect Helvetica Jaan Kompvek in Estonian, I suppose. Brunhildenburg I share a birthday with John Candy and he is the best. Fayrouz A حَنّا الحُلْو in Arabic (Lebanese dialect) MadameDakar Jan Sirèt in Haitian Creole LunaHermione Γιάννης Καραμέλας (Yannis Karamelas) in greek.