Maximouse


“Of course it is not a good idea to delete all trash and delete the word ‘boxes’ and write a letter.”
– Google Translate


After seeing this, I decided to make a topic about

Playing with Google Translate

As most of us know, Google Translate is often not entirely accurate. So I decided to have fun with it a bit.
Some time ago I found this project by dragon0307, which translates text you enter into many different languages and then back to English, and the result is typically something completely different.
Edit: Boomer001 now made another funny Google Translate project, found here.

Reply to this topic and tell what kind of nonsense you got! Here are some lots of examples:

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I wrote:

The Scratch cat is, well, a cat

The project wrote:

There is no circle

I wrote:

Scratch is a great introductory programming language.

The project wrote:

We recommend not displaying languages on the screen.

I also tried with quotes from the project's description:

I wrote:

This takes advantage of how bad Google Translate is at translating between many languages via the Google Translate plugin, which most likely utilises the Google Translate API.

The project wrote:

Google Translate is available through the Google Translate plugin.

I wrote:

Please note it is a bit slow

The project wrote:

Songs

I wrote:

Just saying that it ruins things to a point of ruinedness that it may come out as just ‘I do not understand’, and doesn't produce as silly results as a manual roulette

The project wrote:

Of course it is not a good idea to delete all trash and delete the word “boxes” and write a letter.
(this one is my favorite)

Recursion:

I wrote:

Of course it is not a good idea to delete all trash and delete the word “boxes” and write a letter.

The project wrote:

It is not a good idea to clean the plant, clean the spoons and write the paper.

I wrote:

It is not a good idea to clean the plant, clean the spoons and write the paper.

The project wrote:

Cleaning plants, towels and paper is not a good idea.

Random pieces of text:

I wrote:

Minecraft is a sandbox construction game created by Mojang Studios founder Markus “Notch” Persson, inspired by Infiniminer, Dwarf Fortress, Dungeon Keeper, and Notch's past games Legend of the Chambered and RubyDung. Gameplay involves players interacting with the game world by placing and breaking various types of blocks in a three-dimensional environment. In this environment, players can build creative structures, creations, and artwork on multiplayer servers and singleplayer worlds across multiple game modes.
(Source)

The project wrote:

Minkeck is a reality created by Marcheck, founder of Mojing Studios, inspired by Infinity, Cassels, Seychelles, and legend Ruby Dong. The player who left the game yesterday added another screen, turned it off and then played the 3D game. In this environment, players can connect and change the game to bring joy and creativity to any remote world.

I wrote:

Every potion starts with a water bottle, made by filling a glass bottle at a water source or filled cauldron. The next step is to add a base ingredient to create a base potion, usually nether wart is used to create an awkward potion, and adding blaze powder to the fuel slot. By brewing an effect ingredient into the awkward potion, in the same manner, the player can create a potion with a working effect. A modifier ingredient (glowstone dust, redstone dust, or fermented spider eye) may be added to make the effect more intense or last longer or change the effect entirely. Gunpowder can be added to a potion at any stage to convert it to a splash potion, which can be thrown (or fired using a dispenser) to affect all players and mobs in a radius. Dragon's breath can be added to a splash potion to convert it to a lingering potion, which can be used to create a cloud that grants an effect as long as it remains. Each brewing step takes 20 seconds.
(Source)

The project wrote:

power supply

I wrote:

Take into account the design goals described above. While you may want an atomic lambda 3d recursive sine function so you can use Scratch to calculate pi to 96 trillion digits, that may not be possible given the resources and design goals of Scratch. Luckily, there are better tools for that kind of thing out there.
(Source)

The project wrote:

The list has been updated. Do not send text messages or send messages if you want to spend $ 3.8 trillion on a 3D Mac browser. Fortunately, there are better tools.

I wrote:

Got hooked on coding when I was a kid, now I'm a parent and nothing's changed! My day job involves java coding. In my spare time I love making games, being creative & drumming in church.
(Source)

The project wrote:

When I was young, my dad left, and now my dad. So nothing has changed! My daily routine is to scan the Java code. I laughed, made art and went to church.

And some stuff from the list of rejected sugestions:

I wrote:

This topic contains suggestions that have previously been rejected by the Scratch Team. As a result, these suggestions will not be added to Scratch, so please do not make any posts in the “Suggestions” forums asking for one of these. Otherwise, you may be directed to this topic.

The project wrote:

In this article I will explain the meaning. Therefore, this proposal should not be confused again. So don't worry when the developer needs it. But you can take this product with you.

I wrote:

The block below would allow a project to detect when a broadcast is sent. But, there is a lot of ambiguity on how this would work. Would it return true if the broadcast was fired since the project was created, since the green flag was clicked, or since something else was broadcasted? The workaround is simple: use variables that change when a broadcast is received, then use the “equals” block.

The project wrote:

The blog includes a presentation by the editor. But there are many questions about success. If you remove the blue flag and remove the project poster, is the second column correct? The task is simple. If the changes are specified, the variables must match the required fields.

I wrote:

he block below would allow a sprite to detect it is pointing towards another sprite. However, this block is also rather ambiguous; does it return true if the sprite is pointing in any direction towards another sprite, or strictly at the center of the sprite? Either way, it is relatively easy to work around, and the workaround depends on how you want the block to work.

The project wrote:

This blog will help spread the word to other artists. However, this blog is recommended. Does the length show that the people who enter the heart are real? This tool utilizes comfortable work flow.

I wrote:

The block below was in the Scratch 1.4 editor, and worked the same as putting an “if” block inside the existing “forever” loop. It was removed in Scratch 2.0 because many beginning Scratchers found it to be confusing. The aforementioned workaround, evidently, is simple and more intuitive.

The project wrote:

After formatting and formatting “1.4”, the next step is the same as following the blog. This problem is added by Reference 2.0 and most problems are serious. The first answer is very simple and clear.

I wrote:

This would be difficult to moderate not only due to technological limitations, but also because it could lead to private messaging; for more information, see #7.1 on this list. This suggestion includes live editing (similar to Google Docs) and other forms of private collaboration. If you would like to work on a project with another Scratcher, you can remix each others' projects.

The project wrote:

Recording personal messages is complicated, not technical. See section 7.1 of this article for more information. In that place. The package includes related changes (e.g., Google Books) and other versions. If you want to use another folder, you can assign other tasks.

I wrote:

Some users prefer the look and feel of the Scratch 2.0 editor, and have suggested that the editor look like Scratch 2.0, but still run off of HTML5 like Scratch 3.0 does. However, this would be more complicated for educational and documentation purposes. It could be confusing if someone is trying to learn Scratch from someone who is using a completely different layout of the editor than them.

The project wrote:

Some users prefer the Tab 2.0 interface and believe that Message 2.0 is bundled, but 3.0 is different than HTML5, but it makes people learn and learn. I was angry. Offer

I wrote:

Scratch has to update sometimes in order to accommodate for certain changes. In particular, an online editor that ran off of Adobe Flash (rather than Java) was added in Scratch 2.0, and Scratch 3.0 was created for tablet support and in anticipation of the discontinuation of Flash. Changing the editor back to these older versions of Scratch would not only undo years of hard work by the Scratch Team, but also might not work online anymore. If you wish, you can download the Scratch 1.4 and Scratch 2.0 offline editors. However, the Scratch Team is likely no longer concerned with fixing any bugs with these offline editors.

The project wrote:

You need to update some parameters to make changes. Adobe Flash (unlike Java) is a support tool for data engineers, especially Ciga 2.0 and Message 3.0, an online web editing tool. Not only do I use the previous version of the report, but I also spend a lot of time and effort creating the report, but maybe I can't access the internet. You can download the changes in Figure 1.4 and Report 2.0. You don't have to worry about foreign advertiser's mistakes.

I wrote:

On Scratch, an important goal is to have anyone be able to look at the code for any project. This philosophy is not only important for learning code and remixing, but is also important for moderation purposes; for more information, see #3.2 and #4.1 on this list. Converting to EXE (or any other black box executables) will prevent users from looking at the code, and hence goes against this philosophy. Third party converters do exist, and you can use those, but an official one made by the Scratch Team will not be made.

The project wrote:

Compression is a great platform for project code seekers. This method is not only useful for learning and debugging code, but also for measuring code. See Section 23.2 for more information. The following indicators are not available. 4. This list changes EKE (and other powerful black network devices) so that users are not able to capture and interpret signals. Other designers can use it. However, the network protocol cannot be defined as normal.

I wrote:

The clone limit is set in place in order to prevent projects from becoming unplayable. Otherwise, users could create a large amount of clones very quickly and crash someone's browser page. Plus, the Scratch Team wants to make sure that all projects run smoothly for as many people as possible. Increasing the limit to even 500 clones might make the project run slowly on some users' devices.

The project wrote:

There are restrictions to prevent side effects. Users can print multiple copies to access other query information. The team is scared because they are watching all the work. Adding 500 phones can reduce the design speed of some consumer devices.

I wrote:

Although it is possible to make a chat project using cloud variables, you cannot make such a project. This is because there is high potential for bullying and inappropriate messages, and the Scratch Team does not have the resources to moderate these chat rooms.

The project wrote:

You can create content in the cloud, but you can't use it. Due to this fraud, abuse is emotional and the publisher cannot judge.

I wrote:

One of the most important ideas of Scratch is the share aspect. Scratch is a website not only for displaying your work, but also for sharing it with others, and by posting your project on the Scratch website you agree to allow others to remix your work. You are not allowed to write “Do not remix this project” in the Notes and Credits of your project; you may get alerted for this because it discourages remixing.

The project wrote:

Most hours damaged. Mark can not only do his work but also share it with others. By clicking on the title, the others agree. There is no digital text saying “Don't change this text.” I don't know if I want to move again.

I wrote:

Scratch encourages creativity, simple as that. As a result, many kinds of projects are allowed, such as algorithms, games, art, animations, music, and others. Some of these projects do not necessarily need any scripts in them, and the Scratch Team will not require that they do.

The project wrote:

Creative development is very simple. The consequences are many problems in strategic games, sports, entertainment, music and photography. It's not right and the Greek team doesn't know what to do.

I wrote:

Although they may seem annoying at times, they can be rather helpful for some users. Removing such messages entirely does not have a clear benefit for everyone. If you find it annoying, one easy way to solve this is to not curate so many studios.

The project wrote:

Over time, personal relationships may change, but they also help others. Not all people delete the message. If you are angry, you will need more accounts, but they can be resolved easily by any means.
(emphasis mine)

I wrote:

This is placed to prevent spam. If any character limits were removed entirely, spammers could use this to paste large blocks of text, effectively slowing down the website.

The project wrote:

Moving the room. Removing all restrictions on people will greatly reduce the amount of spam and include mail.

I wrote:

This emoji is frequently used in an inappropriate manner outside of Scratch. Such comments do not need to be brought to Scratch. Although one could argue that any comments which use the emoji inappropriately could just be reported, sometimes it is better to solve a problem by removing its cause altogether. This was the case with something as minor as the eggplant emoji.

The project wrote:

Only use the word when there are no weaknesses. This view cannot be changed. The difference can be fixed, but at times it is assumed that all problems can be solved. It depends on the size of the egg.

I wrote:

Asking someone to participate in follow for follow is relatively harmless. It is also not enforceable; how do you stop someone from doing follow for follow? If someone asks you to do follow for follow, and you do not want to, just politely decline their request. If they keep spamming you with requests, you can report that user.

The project wrote:

It is safe to negotiate a new contract. There is nothing we can do. How did you try with people? If someone asks for the program, but doesn't receive it, contact the user when asking a question.

I wrote:

Certain community moderator programs used to exist where Scratchers could moderate the website, but it was removed due to some very inappropriate things showing up in the report activity, among other reasons. As a result, the Scratch Team has decided to only allow adults to moderate the website, including the forums.

The project wrote:

Under the President's leadership, there are many supporters. Some features were deleted for other reasons. In the absence of news, I decided to allow adults (including the forum) to use the site.

I wrote:

Some users are interested in having advertisements around the website which advertise Scratch projects or studios, even if they are not paid for these advertisements. However, it is unclear how projects would be chosen to be advertised. Also, this would require a Scratch Team member to ensure that inappropriate projects are not chosen to be advertised, and the Scratch Team does not currently have the resources to do this.

The project wrote:

Some users pay for advertising and / or for each business or search page. But choosing a marketing campaign is not easy. On the other hand, no member of the garbage group was selected and no funding was available for recycling.

I wrote:

Certainly too much computer time is not good for anyone. But, if someone is concerned about themselves or their children getting too much screen time, there are other methods that exist that can help encourage these healthy choices. There is not a need to have such a warning built into Scratch, even if it is optional or able to be ignored.

The project wrote:

In fact, not all brain cells exist. There are many ways to improve children's health because they have the ability to live permanently. The computer cannot connect to a laptop laptop.

I wrote:

Some people want a Discord server to be created and moderated by the Scratch Team so Scratchers can talk with other Scratchers. However, there are several drawbacks to this. Firstly, links to Discord are not allowed on Scratch. In particular, private messaging is possible on Discord, which the Scratch Team does not allow; for more information, see #7.1 on this list. Moreover, people banned on the Scratch website could still access the Discord chat, and spread inappropriate content very quickly. Lastly, the Scratch Team does not have the resources to moderate this server. If you want to chat with someone on Scratch, you can already do so through comments.

The project wrote:

Some people think this is a problem if a parent is planning to set up and test a Scord server so that the computer can respond to other threats. The breach of the Sackordch plan was not reported, especially if the foreign company did not receive the agreed text. See section 7.1 of this article for more information. In that place. In addition, people who do not interact with tourists can use examples to read important content. The ambulance team cannot use this scanner. Click from the beginning.

I wrote:

If a user could change their username (or even set a certain “nickname”), this could be very confusing for the Scratch community, especially for those following that user. In addition, this would make moderation of the website more difficult because it would be harder for the Scratch Team to keep an eye on what a user may be doing. The Scratch Team has allowed username changes only on very rare occasions, such as if the username contained inappropriate content or personal information. Generally the Scratch Team does not change usernames on request (such as for reasons like “I do not like my current username anymore”).

The project wrote:

The user can use a slider to change their username (or other name). Managing unusual user groups makes it difficult for users to access and use the Internet. If you don't have a subscription, you can change the same domain and folder containing your personal and related information. According to the report, the title has not changed. (E.g. “You don't need a username”)
(emphasis mine)

I wrote:

This suggestion refers to some sort of indicator that lets you know if a particular user is currently online. The Scratch Team has discussed it and has decided that it is not something that can benefit Scratch as an educational platform. Between making projects, sharing projects, and viewing projects, an online indicator is not much help in these areas.

The project wrote:

These guidelines apply to specific types of lists. As he watched the guards, he came to the conclusion that the sailor could not stop his training. The web information requirements in this field are very useful for project implementation, exchange and testing.

I wrote:

This suggestion refers to an optional system that makes it so that you do not have to see comments that a particular user posts. This feature existed in Scratch 1.4, but the Scratch Team found that it buried the problem rather than solve it. Even if you block a user, that does not stop the user from harassing other Scratchers. If you are having a problem with a user, be sure to report that user with the Report button, or use Contact Us if the situation requires more explanation.

The project wrote:

This applies to a security system where the user refuses to provide a detailed description of each message. This list is part of Report 1.4, but the Strategy team reported problems. Other users can't work, but don't follow other settings. Users can use buttons or image reports if they have a problem.

I wrote:

Essentially, digital currency would not really benefit the educational value of Scratch; after all, there is not really anything that you can buy. While there could be features that are only unlockable via digital currency, this does not really contribute to Scratch's purpose of being a programming language available for everyone. In addition, it is not clear as to how users could obtain this digital currency. However, you can make digital currency in your own projects, if you like.

The project wrote:

Digital currency does not make sense because the market price of private auctions cannot be measured. Although it does not reveal financial secrets, it can easily be added to a creative programming language. You never know what to do with your spare time. You can raise money for this event if needed.

I wrote:

Due to the way that the forum structure works, this suggestion simply is not possible to add. Even if it was possible, there would be a very high possibility of getting spammed with unwanted notifications. The technical issues and the potential for abuse make this feature rather impractical. If you want to stay updated on a certain topic, you can always follow the topic and get notified on new posts that are made.

The project wrote:

The application process cannot be repeated. We don't need integration, technical understanding and social work because we don't want it. If you are interested in the updated content and want to know more about the new search results, you can subscribe to this article at any time.

I wrote:

This forum would have been used for posting about anything that was not necessarily related to Scratch. There actually used to be a forum topic like this, but it was difficult to moderate, and so it was shut down and replaced by the “Things I'm Making and Creating” and the “Things I'm Reading and Playing” forums (which do not completely allow off-topic posts).

The project wrote:

You can send free content on this forum. Finally, there is text. But it's hard to understand, the relationship between faith, education and play is a pain (don't compromise).

I wrote:

There are a lot of users (“mini-mods”) on the forums who like to help out by identifying duplicate posts, explaining rules and forum etiquette (especially in response to blockspamming or necroposting), or quoting this Rejected Suggestions list. Such actions can actually be helpful for the Scratch Team moderators as these mini-mods can effectively answer users' questions or direct a user on where to go. Of course, these mini-mods should be acting helpful; you can report anyone who is trying to moderate someone without being respectful.

The project wrote:

Many users in this category (“Minimum Status”) must manage, register and register domains. These small steps can help companies manage their businesses by responding more effectively to customers or questions. These people are good. You can attract people who are trying to attract depressed people.

Maximouse

Bump.

woodenpencils

I wrote:

I am using this thing to make a post on the Google Translate forum!

project wrote:

Send this article to Google Translate!

Maximouse

woodenpencils wrote:

I wrote:

I am using this thing to make a post on the Google Translate forum!

project wrote:

Send this article to Google Translate!

Maximouse

I wrote:

I want more examples of strange translations.

The project wrote:

I missed a lot of free reviews.

I wrote:

This project is cool.

The project wrote:

This is a good plan

Maximouse

I wrote:

Slovenia, officially the Republic of Slovenia (Slovene: Republika Slovenija), is a country located in Europe at the crossroads of main European cultural and trade routes.
(Source)

The project wrote:

Slovenia Slovenia (Slovenia: Germany) is a European country with cultural and commercial opportunities.

I wrote:

I have added an experimental game recording feature - World records are recorded and posted to the cloud log (I need to collect these and add them to the project before they can be viewed). They are not perfect though as sadly scratch is not 100% deterministic resulting in different collisions at different screen sizes! You can try playing them back full screen, or reload the project and try small window if they fail. Lets just see how this goes - I may remove if it's not good.
(Source)

The project wrote:

This experience is different. Parallel tables are stored and moved to the clouds. (The problem needs to be analyzed and investigated before the election.) Not everything is fine, but the initial pain changes 100% in seconds. If you can read on the screen or start a new project, but use a small window if not yet. Let's see how it works. If he is not a problem, he will not die.

I wrote:

Let me know if you would prefer a few more simple levels before level 5 kicks in. Also, let me know if you complete it and would like to see another level! Infact, I'd even like to know if you thought it too hard to be enjoyable, etc… It's a delicate balancing act as we Scratchers are SO diverse
(Source)

The project wrote:

If you are interested in step 1, press the 5D key and let us know. Wait a minute, tell me! Beauty and beauty are difficult, but I'm afraid.

Maximouse

I wrote:

The “60 Second Rule” refers to the fact that Scratchers need to wait 60 seconds after posting in the forums before they are able to post again (120 seconds for New Scratchers). While this may seem annoying, it is extremely effective against spam. Moreover, it can require users to carefully think about what they have typed before posting. You generally do not have to wait for very long between forum posts anyway; it is just 60 seconds.

The project wrote:

The rule: "60 rocket lovers should wait for the message to be heard while waiting for the call (fine, but PR effectively removes it).

I wrote:

By requiring an image host website (such as cubeupload) to be used when posting images on the forums, this decreases the chances of inappropriate images being posted on the forums, as inappropriate images are not allowed on these image host websites. The Scratch Team does not have the time to whitelist everybody's websites, especially when acceptable websites already exist.

The project wrote:

Loading an image to the processing site (as a heat source) can reduce the risk of posting the image to the platform. It does not always represent the time when people are drawn to your website when the page is full.

64lu

I wrote:

Hi there! Please don't post on old topics as doing so is called necroposting, which is not allowed. Thanks!

The project wrote:

Attention! In principle, we're not talking about murder. to attend . Irene!
(source)

mtech22

Maximouse wrote:

I wrote:

The “60 Second Rule” refers to the fact that Scratchers need to wait 60 seconds after posting in the forums before they are able to post again (120 seconds for New Scratchers). While this may seem annoying, it is extremely effective against spam. Moreover, it can require users to carefully think about what they have typed before posting. You generally do not have to wait for very long between forum posts anyway; it is just 60 seconds.

The project wrote:

The rule: "60 rocket lovers should wait for the message to be heard while waiting for the call (fine, but PR effectively removes it).

I wrote:

By requiring an image host website (such as cubeupload) to be used when posting images on the forums, this decreases the chances of inappropriate images being posted on the forums, as inappropriate images are not allowed on these image host websites. The Scratch Team does not have the time to whitelist everybody's websites, especially when acceptable websites already exist.

The project wrote:

Loading an image to the processing site (as a heat source) can reduce the risk of posting the image to the platform. It does not always represent the time when people are drawn to your website when the page is full.

Try translating a long paragraph into Hawaiian, then back to english. It's funny, trust me

cheesyfriedeggs

I put “Bloons Tower Defense is a fun game” into the project, and it came out as “Bloons Tower Defense is an amazing gym.”

zahmbie1

I put helo and it said let’s a go

64lu

I wrote:

glory to butterfly

The project wrote:

Ice cream is a scam

Maximouse

64lu wrote:

I wrote:

Hi there! Please don't post on old topics as doing so is called necroposting, which is not allowed. Thanks!

The project wrote:

Attention! In principle, we're not talking about murder. to attend . Irene!
(source)

I wrote:

glory to butterfly

The project wrote:

Ice cream is a scam


I wrote:

I’ll close this topic so we can keep the discussion all in one place.
(Source)

The project wrote:

Close this post and talk about everything together.

Maximouse

I wrote:

As most of us know, Google Translate is often not entirely accurate. So I decided to have fun with it a bit. Some time ago I found this project by dragon0307, which translates text you enter into many different languages and then back to English, and the result is typically something completely different. Reply to this topic and tell what kind of nonsense you got!

The project wrote:

As we all know, there are problems with Google translation, so I decided to use it. This report has been translated into several languages recently and other results have been translated into English for Dragon0307. Comment on this article and let us know!

I wrote:

I realized that a game that simple yet that dynamic had a lot of potential to turn into a really great game, and kept coming up with things I wanted to change and stuff I wanted to add.
(Notch)

The project wrote:

We always improve when we know that a simple but powerful game can be fun.

I wrote:

A scratch is a mark of abrasion on a surface. Scratching is a form of rubbing which may create scratches; living creatures that scratch their skin usually do so in response to itching, which response is sometimes called a scratch reflex.
(Source)

The project wrote:

Symbolism is a sign of facial decay. You can raise your cheek. He says I'm chewing the skin

I wrote:

If I was a moderator I'd be using the temp ban hammer on the people who steal stuff and don't give credit
(KittyFireSt0rm)

The project wrote:

If you're a boss, wear masks so you don't miss hijackers or others.

I wrote:

With Scratch, you can program your own interactive stories, games, and animations — and share your creations with others in the online community.
(Source)

The project wrote:

Scroll down and manage songs, stories and photos and share your work with other members of the community.

I wrote:

The Scratch Discussion Forums are a part of the Scratch Website where Scratchers may show others their projects, ask for help, suggest ideas for the Scratch program or website, and more. A link can only be found at the footer of the Scratch Website, under “Community”.
(Source)

The project wrote:

Slide websites allow artists to share content with other people. Looking for ideas to open a business or website. The package is located at the bottom of the menu bar in the packing area.

Maximouse

I wrote:

The Things I'm Making and Creating forum is a forum in the Scratch Discussion Forums where Scratchers can discuss what that they are working on, no matter the project's relevance to Scratch.
(Source)

The project wrote:

Internet service providers can integrate platforms and guest forums.

I wrote:

The Scratch Team is a group of evil fluffy kittehs that are in charge of the Scratch Website. They are controlled by the evil Fire Goddess Flematrana, the queen of Flame Wars. Their stated goal is to keep improving Scratch and keep the website safe, but everybody knows that their real intent is to take over the world (see the “Functions” section below). They hate creatures they chomp up their property and favorite items especially Pac-Man.
(Source)

The project wrote:

Makutsu is an evil cat who has found the place and strength of the fire queen. The work must be complex and ongoing. But everyone knows what is the most important goal in the world (see “entrepreneurship” below). I hate things and creatures.

Maximouse

I wrote:

Google Translate Ruiner

The project wrote:

Google Translate is no longer available

sakf504

I had a idea

I wrote:

In A.D. 2101
War was beginning.
Captain: What happen?
Mechanic: Somebody set up us the bomb.
Operator: We get signal.
Captain: What!
Operator: Main screen turn on.
Captain: It's you!!
Cats: How are you gentlemen!!
Cats: All your base are belong to us.
Cats: You are on the way to destruction.
Captain: What you say!!
Cats: You have no chance to survive, make your time.
Cats: Ha Ha Ha Ha….
Operator: Captain!!
Captain: Take off every ‘ZIG’!!
Captain: You know what you doing.
Captain: Move ‘ZIG’.
Captain: For great justice.

The project wrote:

District of Columbia 2101 Night
It is enough
Captain: What happened?
Note: Some of them were shot
It is located in the lot
Captain: Vee!
Corridor: A window opens.
Captain, you're gone!
Cat: As a girl!
Backup: All operating systems
Copy: Search
Captain: What?
Kit: You can't live. do not let me down.
yep, it says nothing
Operation: My Lord!
Complaint you get the perfect ZIG!
Complaint: You know what you're doing.
Capitan: Plover
Complaint: Follow the rules.

Maximouse

The project wrote:

District of Columbia 2101 Night
It is enough

MeowyTitan08

Imma put the CG's in google translate

We hope everyone can help take care of Kili in the community and the workplace.

Thank you.
Whenever you take action or you do not take words, remember that people of all shapes and sizes.
Correct.
When it comes to the actions of others, say what you want about it and give it a thought.
Share yes.
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'do not overthrow the farms of farmers or encourage the pigs'
XD

Also, it says ‘nationalities’ 4 times in the last sentence

Maximouse

MeowyTitan08 wrote:

'do not overthrow the farms of farmers or encourage the pigs'
XD

Also, it says ‘nationalities’ 4 times in the last sentence


It's so funny how “Be respectful” became “Thank you” and “people of many different ages and backgrounds” “people of all shapes and sizes”.
Also it repeats words a lot: “emails, emails, … or email addresses”; “wrong, wrong or angry” and, of course, “nationalities, nationalities, nationalities, nationalities, religions, religions”.