"purira madri podunga its confusing"
Not even Google can figure it out. I hope it's not swear words. That's why I didn't tack it in the title.
And yes. The last 2 words were part of the comment. I guess my visitor is bilingual...
I have it on good authority (from a fellow Hubber), that the first part is in Tamil. Sadly, it isn't swear words, in the usual sense.
It basically means they'd like you to say it in a way that can be understood.
It's something to do with completed entirely or something like that. No idea what Podunga means
I think it's spam actually as I had something almost identical last week, but I didn't approve the comment. Pretty sure it was identical, it definitely had the same english at the end with just the random words before and google translate didnt have any translation either.
LOL...no. The fellow hubber in question (who wishes to remain anonymous) speaks native Tamil, so she would know for sure, and she did. She laughed out loud too, apparently. Given paradigmsearch's proclivity for obscurity, it is not surprising to receive such a comment, spam or no spam.
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