An illuSTration of the perils of using internet tranSlaTion tools. The correct translation of Antiguos Gomeros is ancient or perhaps indigenous Gomerans and certainly not Rubber Trees :)
My favourite is reading the "English" instructions for assembling a foreign bought object. Hysterical.
26 Jan 2016 7:27am
Thank you for this wonderful image and information !!!!Never seen anything like this !
26 Jan 2016 11:33am
Happy ST !
26 Jan 2016 1:36pm
this is hilarious! i've read similar 'translations' from all kinds of languages into german, and if i hadn't had access to the original, i would never have guessed what this 'information' was about ... ;-)
great idea for ST !
26 Jan 2016 3:35pm
Happy ST! Awesome! best regards, Adela
26 Jan 2016 3:40pm
A fine shot and very interesting comment on the translation.
26 Jan 2016 3:43pm
Très marrant et original super
26 Jan 2016 5:20pm
OH dear!!! Happy ST!
26 Jan 2016 6:04pm
Bonne idée !
26 Jan 2016 6:47pm
it is very interesting to read. I hope that I have correctly understood it ...
26 Jan 2016 9:33pm
26 Jan 2016 9:42pm
There is quite a difference there. Now I am worried because I use a tranSlaTion tool a lot! Who knows what I have said! Happy ST!
27 Jan 2016 3:02am
27 Jan 2016 8:46am
Certainly STretches credibility!
27 Jan 2016 10:20am
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