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Life is only what you wonder.

Saturday, August 28, 2004

Gained In Translation?

"Nice jeans. They would look good crumpled at the foot of my bed."
Korean: Good pants. Them whom it crumples the good thing the foot of my bed the ball then the place.

"Is it hot in here, or is it you?"
French: Is he hot inside here, or you?

"Hey, baby. What’s your sign?"
Chinese: Hello, child. What is your symbol?

"My boyfriend and I both think you are cute. Want to come over for a three-way?"
Portuguese: Mine boyfriend and I both think that you he am cute. It wants to come on to a way of three?

"Is it as big as it looks?"
Italian: Is it as large as it observes?

"There’s a party in my pants, and you’re invited."
German: It gives in my trousers a party, and you are invited.

"Is that a gun in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?"
Greek: This is firearm your arm in pocket, or it is you precisely glad me it sees?

My boyfriend and I would like to take you home and make a sandwich."
Japanese: Take my boyfriend and I the house, would like to make the sandwich.

"Are you a top or a bottom?"
Dutch: Are you an upper part, or are you a floor?

Translations courtesy of the Babelfish.