Chris (conjurdude) wrote,
Chris
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rampant geekery abounds

Following a post by reichmarshall (aka Lee Presson), in which several random phrases were translated into foreign languages, I started thinking of phrases that were funny in English that could be amusing translated into Spanish. I'd done this previously, as evidenced by my LJ's title, "El chupacabra se llevó mis pantalones," "The chupacabra stole my pants," but now I was determined to bring the funny en español.

So after much deliberation, I bring you the funny..."¡Estoy profundamente en la rodilla delicioso calamar!" or, "I am knee deep in delicious squid!"

¡Ay de mi, que suerte!

Now I must develop phrases in French and German...perhaps something about wombats...
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