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Thread: Who Uses A Translator?

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    Who Uses A Translator?

    I know I don't being as I speak English, but I just wanted to know who doesn't know English and are using a translator. Now don't be shy, we all go through these things one time or another...
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    One has searched in vain, pray can you help me? I have searched high and low but as of yet, I cannot find an online American in to English translator.

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    I'm sorry, but I couldn't tell if you were being serious or just being funny...
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    One is merely exploring the jocularity of the concepts presented by the afore mentioned epistle.

    Fear not my young colonial friend, methinks it is a fine and stalwart investigation of the ethic diversity of these humble forums and the contributors therein.

    Mayhap it will lead to many a ribald laugh, occasioned by the propensity of Babbage's miraculous invention, when employed in untangling linguistic conundrums, to erroneously interpret the literal semantics of an innocent phrase or colloquialism into an unfortunate, unconsidered faux pas or double entendre!

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    It shall be an interesting find indeed, dear Fraser...

    To know more about others is the way to finding out more about yourself, correct?
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    After reading that Neil, I do need an American to English translator! lol!
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    I agree with Sketch! That was a little odd to read, but I got an idea of what you said...
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    Indubitably dear chap.... Non scholae sed vitae discimus

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    Quote Originally Posted by fraser_paice View Post
    One is merely exploring the jocularity of the concepts presented by the afore mentioned epistle.

    Fear not my young colonial friend, methinks it is a fine and stalwart investigation of the ethic diversity of these humble forums and the contributors therein.

    Mayhap it will lead to many a ribald laugh, occasioned by the propensity of Babbage's miraculous invention, when employed in untangling linguistic conundrums, to erroneously interpret the literal semantics of an innocent phrase or colloquialism into an unfortunate, unconsidered faux pas or double entendre!

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    Seems pretty straightforward to me, fraser!
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