The topic explains everything,
but if your an idiot then this should help:
FIND A FUNNY TEXT AND POST IT HERE!! OMG DAMN NEWBS
anyway this is a text about the languages spoken in Yugoslavia (which does not exist today, and its the country I was born in)!
There were gazillion of languages, the main was Serbo-Bosnio-Sloveno-Croatian (shortly Serbocroatian). After breakup the Yugoslavia, every village tried to have own language. Croatian, Serbian and Macedonian are now done and official in their countries, next step will be Montenegrese, Vojvodinese, Istrianese and Slavodinese. If situation will evolve this way, after 40 years it will be totally imposible for every person from ex-yugoslavia to understand his neighbour.
In all this languages is very often to end almost every normal word with -ja ending (Jugoslavija, Dalmacija, Bohemija, Wikipedija)
Yugoslavian languages are very similar to Moravistani, which is spoken in Moravistan, eastern part of Czech republic.
"I suppose the Serbs and the Croats are okay, but don't get me started on those god damned Albanians!" ~ Oscar Wilde