Thursday, 17 December 2009

JACKPOT!!!


A JACKPOT




Lost in Translation?


I am sometimes very frustrated when I lack all the tools
needed to express myself in English, and I can only imagine
the trouble You have seen ... when trying to understand me.
I want to thank You Blogspotters for having great patience
with me, myself and I.


(( Love ))

19 comments:

/t. said...

I GET IT!

I THINK

maybe not

<3

Tyko Brae (exgen. NB) said...

You won that nice teapot?
No, you're talking about misinterpretation. If it only were in translations from one language to an other! I frequently misunderstand my own language. But one learns, all the time.

Mariana Soffer said...

Love dude

Ann alysys:
You know my new friend that many times the same happen to me, well indeed my problem is that it could take me a long time to find the proper world I would like to use, I search all over internet to find it generally.
We try to understand you because we like it and we like you, no thanks needed.
I am also going to ask you patience with I me mine.

M

Mariana Soffer said...

Sorry for the first 2 words, they where not meant to be there

jeannette stgermain said...

I understand your frustration very well, since I studied in my 2nd language (English), but bloggie friends are very forgiving:):)

Steve Malley said...

You do a great job! :)

Jon said...

(Union)Jackpot

:)

HA!

Nicely done...

ANNA-LYS said...

/t.
tell me, please, WHEN You get it, and IF
<3

Tykot
So, we do, or?

ANNA-LYS said...

Mariana
Thank You, that was sweet of You!


Jeannette
And bloggers are very helpful, as well

ANNA-LYS said...

Steve
Tnx! You are too kind!


Jon

ha ha ha YOU GOT IT! :-D

Before You arrived I thought that maybe no one knows that Union Jack is the name of Great Britannia's flag and a pot, can stand for many things. When we sometimes use dictionaries to translate ... we can have lots of fun :-)

as with me creating the word JACKPOT in this post.

I guess I do mistakes like this all the time, without being aware of it. I hope I give You all some laughs and not only frustrations ;-))

(( kram ))

ANNA-LYS said...

Does the music play on my blog?

ArneA said...

Nice to see that you still are among my "old" visitors, and take your time to give comments.
I have never messed with Swedish women but have some other very delight experiences. (Including visiting your blog)
:)

Tyko Brae (exgen. NB) said...

No, that is nice. I hate music.
hug
/Tykot

Dick said...

Haha, I know what you mean.

RuneE said...

When I read the comments I wondered what you were brewing in that pot...

Otherwise all three of you are doing a great job. Even a Norwegian can read what you have written - and sometimes even understand the context :-)

/t. said...

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:)

dianne said...

As I said over at my comments, there is nothing at all wrong with your English Anna dear, you write it with a Swedish accent which is delightful. ♥

((hug))

imac said...

You lack nothing in your English my friend, and if you feel you do, you make up for it in so many other ways.

Tarun said...

Brilliant.