Sunday, October 09, 2005

This one goes up to eleven ...

Just for fun, I fed my previous blog entry into Babel Fish, translated it into Spanish, and then translated the translation back into English. I think it greatly improved the piece:
Drink for above, the cabritos that I have had many opportunities empirical to verify that its capacity to recover of combats of the excessive consumición of the alcohol diminishes whereas one obtains older. The last such experiment was yesterday, the occasion that was wedding of my neighbors of the following-door. Well, the reception, really. The wedding itself did not offer any consumición of the alcohol, but there was a lady of honor with two broken arms, in addition to several children pre-verbals that added their commentary to the procedures. The reception of also open-sweeps presented/displayed an occasion to return to even discover that one does not have to discuss to policy and the religion with the foreigners, if the several beers one have consumed the opinion is ACCEPTABLE blurt outside its atheistic opinions of the left-handed person. The beers neglect generally to notice one that the individual with that one is to seem of conversation much a preservative republican Baptist of Roofing tiles. In fact, the only really safe thing to do in such occasions is to demonstrate the appropriate way to sacudarir its healthy end to stylings healthy of sir Mezclar-Uno-Mix-A-Lot. The several or plus the beers are helpful in such effort.

6 comments:

leff said...

11 nothin'
that one goes to twelve.

elsacapuntas said...

how the hell did "roofing tiles" get in there?

Lisa B. said...

The word "texas" is pronounced like "tay-has" in spanish, which would be the same as the word "tejas," which are roofing tiles. When I was in Chile people actually thought that the state of Texas was named aftyer roofing tiles. maybe it was, but when I lived there they taught us in school that it was from an Indian word that means "friendship."

dick umbrage said...

"teja"= tile.

dick umbrage said...

er, what lisa says.

andrew said...

If I ever have a world famous indie rock band (and that will be any day now) I will call it "combats of the excessive consumición" in your honor.