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Metafilter Absurdified via Spanish.
posted by fieldswn (29 comments total)

 
Metafilter Absurdified via Spanish.
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Fixed by.
posted by iceberg273 at 1:38 PM on December 14, 2001


If first time is his here, it hangs towards outside, and it obtains a sensation for the place.
posted by pup at 1:42 PM on December 14, 2001


The device of Ginger/IT/Segway is being discussed here , in case that you thought about the fixation of a thread of spiral of him.

You have no chance to survive make your time. Ha Ha Ha Ha...
posted by jpoulos at 1:47 PM on December 14, 2001


I wanted to click this link recursively, moving further and further into absurd space. Alas, google won't translate itself.
posted by rodii at 1:49 PM on December 14, 2001


Also via German, via French, and via Italian.
posted by fieldswn at 1:57 PM on December 14, 2001


All Your Base Ar....oh, never mind.
posted by msacheson at 1:58 PM on December 14, 2001


You do not have any occasion to survive kill your time. He has Has Has Has...

That sounds like a James Bond title song.
posted by riffola at 2:00 PM on December 14, 2001


I love how "Bush" becomes "Shrub" in "Bush: Drug users=terrorist lackeys". Tee hee.
posted by nate at 2:06 PM on December 14, 2001


Alas, google won't translate itself.

Babelfish will, or at least it used to. I used to write out long emails and translate then a dozen times. After I confused reply I would finally send the original text. Call it poor man's encryption and a very inefficent means to communicate.

The will of Babelfish or it used the times a dozen at least for long email writing Poner and later translated it. After it the response confused would finally transmit the original text. Lla it to me coding the poor man and the means very inefficent in connection are.
posted by skallas at 2:08 PM on December 14, 2001


my favorite:
a big wince over regretable timing, and the emphasis is mine

becomes:
an excessive regretable synchronization of the great one of the pain face, and the emphasis is mine
posted by jnthnjng at 2:10 PM on December 14, 2001


As if Metafilter needs to be further absurdified.
posted by pudders at 2:13 PM on December 14, 2001


Google can retranslate itself. That's how this works. Also you may notice, any link you click on from an absurdified page will also be absurdified.
posted by fieldswn at 2:16 PM on December 14, 2001


Google can retranslate itself. That's how this works.

Try it. After one loop, it barfs on the URL.
posted by rodii at 2:17 PM on December 14, 2001


Odd, a FPP that is MeTa in its flavor, but singularly appropriate for MeFi.
posted by dataport72 at 2:19 PM on December 14, 2001


This as soon as it is going to demonstrate that the great translation of machine of the advances has done.
posted by signal at 2:27 PM on December 14, 2001


Try it. After one loop, it barfs on the URL.

Oh, sorry. Right. You have to take the url and pop it in here to translate it again. Then, take the resulting URL and pop it in again to translate it back.
posted by fieldswn at 2:56 PM on December 14, 2001


that the company/signature says is "a critical" precaution of the security against the cakes

watch out for those damn cakes
posted by mokey at 2:58 PM on December 14, 2001


I just had to feed this thread into it. What happened to that tag? Doesn't it translate into Spanish?

I also liked this part in the mangled 'about' link:

Thread of spiral : A spiral thread (sometimes called a post) is one of the main messages that you see in the homepage of MetaFilter. These are the departure points for the discussions, and are ideally unique, interesting, the valuable connections accompanied by the commentary that begins a connection conversation.

Is derived from:

Thread: A thread (sometimes called a post) is one of the main messages you see on the MetaFilter homepage. These are the starting points for discussions, and are ideally unique, interesting, valuable links accompanied by commentary that starts an engaging conversation.

It seemed to me rather perceptive of this darn translation thingumee to substitute "departure points" for "starting points".
posted by davehat at 3:20 PM on December 14, 2001


Unless she is healthier!
posted by computerface at 3:30 PM on December 14, 2001


This is the best post/thread i have ever ever seen.
Thank you fieldswn.
posted by computerface at 3:32 PM on December 14, 2001


I dunno...Bert & Osama is still my favorite, I think.
posted by msacheson at 3:47 PM on December 14, 2001


Name the movies! (Hint: all have won the Academy Award for "Best Picture"):

  • Riot in the generosity (1935)

  • The greatest Earth demonstration (1952)

  • In the Coastline (1954)

  • Lateral history Of the west (1961, my fav)

  • My Mrs. Justa (1964)

  • Cattle tender Of the Midnight (1969)

  • The Puncture (1973)

  • Squad (1986)

  • posted by Shadowkeeper at 3:53 PM on December 14, 2001


    ¡Que ejercicio mas absurdo!
    posted by mmarcos at 4:20 PM on December 14, 2001


    The shrub thread is a real hoot!

    also, she is right I, or any other remembers histories of the caramel of the shrub and the nose? the shrub is so a lackey of the terrorist also...

    The shrub must be high. Or in drugs. Or both...

    It is not the only way to the stomach George W Shrub is when you are high?..

    Sheesh... the level of intelligence astonishes to me here. And I never use the sarcasm, anyone...

    Yes, desire to live in the world of the shrub, the oil-sprinkled planet that choked in which licor-booze-addled the missiles of the launching of Texans in the average sermons of the indigentes nations on peace and righteousness.

    posted by ferris at 4:58 PM on December 14, 2001


    For your convenience... The Absurdifier.
    posted by fieldswn at 5:07 PM on December 14, 2001


    ¡Que malo! !Once again I must sugar my own churro!
    posted by crunchland at 7:11 PM on December 14, 2001


    You are y2karl absolutely right...

    Universal truths will always out.
    posted by y2karl at 9:30 PM on December 14, 2001


    "Travelling Hey. That one is not no way to treat one crepe."
    fixed by MAYORBOB in 6:44 P.M. PST of December the 12

    posted by y2karl at 9:41 PM on December 14, 2001


    in: as if we didn't have enough tacky post-911 merchandising

    out: as if we did not have post-911 sticky one enough that commercializaban

    "commercializaban"? What is the absurdifier trying to tell us?
    posted by EngineBeak at 9:52 PM on December 14, 2001


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