Monday, October 3, 2011

Do other languages even have a word for "squeaky"?

How many of you speak a second language?

Today's your day to show off.

In the comments, please feel free to translate these phrases into any language you like.

(I realize there are translator sites where you could cheat and do this without knowing the language at all. Sigh. Go ahead, if you must.)

1. "Actually, Sarah's hairy mole turned out to be a hibernating ferret."

2. "Why do you want to smell like a middle-aged basketball player?"

3. "I forgot to tell the truck driver my name isn't 'Squeaky'."

4. "That day, Tim finally saw a cloud shaped like his liver."
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5 comments:

Adrian Katrina Miller said...

I took Latin in high school.

»Nullam Sarae pilosus sit hibernating migale talpa evenit. '

nonamedufus said...
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nonamedufus said...

My French is a little rusty but that last one is something like:

J'ai oublie dire a le conducteur de camion que mon nom est "M. Grincer". (grincer is to squeek) How's that?

Monkey Man said...

Que?

Janna said...

Adrian: And the best part of all is I have no idea if that's right, so I have to give you the benefit of the doubt. :)

nonamedufus: Neat!

MonkeyMan: Pourquoi?