Somebody left a message on my hub about a eastern country which is as follows.
kya paise wchal hamaku bhi thode dede yaar
ala hai tu yaar bahut palse kamate hai kate na
I wonder if there is enybody who can translate it. I did ask the person who wrote it but no reply.
I can't translate it - but am wondering what happens when you get domed? exactly?
I was terrified for this person when I read "domed," myself - 'cos I don't know what that is but it is probably something very serious.
I hope you can get someone to translate, Hello, hello.
Sorry it was a typing error. I ment doomed Thank you for replying.
I ran this through google translator but it didn't help much.
It's supposedly "Galatian" language?
Hamakua bhi kya parents wchal Thode Dédé yaar
ward there yaar tu bahut Pals Kamat is on Kate
Make any sense yet?
I'm sure you'll still need to find someone to translate lol
According to Google translator (and maybe you already tried that) it is Galician... but their translation makes no sense!
My motto is, "When in doubt about being blessed or doomed in a foreign language, assume it may be neither and, instead, be something that could be indecent and delete it."
I do hope you're not doomed or cursed, of anything like that. You seem such like such a fine person and good Hubber.
Now, is "domed" the same as "doomed"? ( or is that something else in Galatian, or maybe in Na' Vi (the language spoken on Pandora)?
domed - cursed into baldness, I think . . . although this is the first I've ever heard of it.
No, mega1, I am not be domed but might be doomed. It was just a typing error.
It's not Gaelic. I tried a Gaelic translator website. They suggested Hindi. It's not that either!
I tried all the languages on babylon 8. I think it might just be a random made up language!
It could just be that the person writing it was just a little worse for wear and had put their fingers on the key board in the wrong place, thus touch typing the gobble-de-gook posted. Not that that has ever happened to me, et hm.
Hello, WryLilt, and you are too kind to go through all that for me. Thank you so much.
If the sender cannot write a message in any known language perhaps it is they that are doomed to be domed!
I say take it positively. Remember it takes more energy to focus on negativity so stick with the positive.
Hi hello, It is Hindi, but can't translate it with google
I think this person just forgot that not everybody speaks his language around here. Just a stupid prank, forget about it.
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