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  2-May-13, 17:52   #1
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milagrosaz 
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ahhhh I tell them tego a page taken over by pagan you clik and surveys those who want to send you send me your mail invitation and add greetings Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up

     
  2-May-13, 18:37   #2
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Mober 
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milagrosaz you need to do something about your language.
All the posts you have done so far dont make any sense.
If you want responses better give us a better clue on what you are saying every time.

USO Google Traducción de tus Mensajes Smile

     
  2-May-13, 23:15   #3
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mahdrof 

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Let’s see how well Google translator maintains the original intent of a sentence. First from English to French:

If you use google translator and try translating it four or five times, you may end up with a sentence that looks like this!

Si vous utilisez le traducteur google et essayez de traduire quatre ou cinq fois, vous pouvez vous retrouver avec une phrase qui ressemble à ceci!

Into Spanish :

Si utiliza el traductor google y tratar de llevar cuatro o cinco veces, puede terminar con una frase que se parece a esto!

Into Lithuanian:

Jei utiliza el traductor google it Tratar iš llevar Cuatro o Cinco veces, puede Terminar con una Tiksli tai parece esto!

Into Icelandic:

Ef utiliza El traductor google það Tratar af llevar og Cinco Cuatro veces, puede terminar sam UNA Nákvæmlega Það virðist sem esto!

And finally back to English:

If utiliz El traductor google it Citrate of llevar and Cinco Cuatro veces, puede Termini con UNA exactly what seems Galvesto!

Hmmmmmmm.....
Confused

     
  2-May-13, 23:46   #4
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Mober 
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Yea it needs lots and lots of improvement.

     
  3-May-13, 05:28   #5
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Doarulle 
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Anyone understand what she wanna say? i never understand what she wanna tell us because i don't understand that language... better post in spanish... so i can translate with google.. GL next time

     
  3-May-13, 10:45   #6
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pochui 

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hey Mahdrof, you had the right idea on checking other languages, but you clearly missed the correct one- Swahili with Kibajuni dialect (spoken by the Bajuni minority ethnic group on the coast and islands on both sides of the Somali–Kenyan border and in the Bajuni Islands (the northern part of the Lamu archipelago). Also called Kitikuu and Kigunya).

Anyways in Swahili with Kibajuni dialect what OP wanted to say is the following: ahhhh my boobs are the biggest in Bajuni Islands & for $0.02 loan i will allow you to see them via webcam

     
  3-May-13, 14:17   #7
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rbdflyboy 

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Posted by pochui:
hey Mahdrof, you had the right idea on checking other languages, but you clearly missed the correct one- Swahili with Kibajuni dialect (spoken by the Bajuni minority ethnic group on the coast and islands on both sides of the Somali�Kenyan border and in the Bajuni Islands (the northern part of the Lamu archipelago). Also called Kitikuu and Kigunya).

Anyways in Swahili with Kibajuni dialect what OP wanted to say is the following: ahhhh my boobs are the biggest in Bajuni Islands & for $0.02 loan i will allow you to see them via webcam


hmmm...Swahili...Nee pa tia kitu kidogo...give me something small (begging for spare change) Heard this one many times when in Nairobi. Smile
As for the OP...might offend the pagans

Edited by rbdflyboy (Friday, May 03, 2013 @ 14:22 GMT)


     
  3-May-13, 16:51   #8
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pochui 

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Posted by rbdflyboy:
hmmm...Swahili...Nee pa tia kitu kidogo...give me something small (begging for spare change) Heard this one many times when in Nairobi. Smile

you miss the point here flyboy, key is Kibajuni dialect - you see dialects are very important & they radically chance what was supposed to be said.
small example from your phrase: Nee pa tia kitu kidogo means give me sth small only in Modern Swahili (it's based on Kiunguja, the dialect spoken in Zanzibar town) - but same words said amongst the people who speak Chimwiini dialect would mean: my left boob is bigger than my right one. Moreover same words in Makunduchi dialect would mean: have you shaved your balls this week?


     
  5-May-13, 09:57   #9
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issi1976 

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