4 Replies to “Double Dutch?”

  1. Andre_Hedegaard
    February 22, 2006 at 3:57 am

    That looks distinctly Finnish, though I could be wrong.
    Try copy/paste the text into an online translator.

    This way, the text appears:

    “Speak now already onko role Blogeista devil spywarea or what those ovat? Me tulee proportion ajan Operation left alakulmaan anybody pikkuilmoitus keltaisella substratum where rank : Newsfeed asia : Nick Whittome The naked MVP (1) Began enter neuropathy proportion Nick Whittomen too that speak proportion charge justified unless yonder statement range leave and few abruptly. En even science whence ihmeestä such parasite is mechanical pesiytynyt. Publication no finally wherewith although exclude everybody temporarily file , everybody nettisurffaustiedostot and cookiesit etc , and Operation that Yoke :. Am viewfinder koneeltani also everybody spywaret and virukset and wherewith software no löydy aught. Olkoon flaming proportion husband!!”

    Use some imagination to decipher 🙂

  2. Janne
    February 22, 2006 at 8:26 am

    The poster had mistakenly subscribed to your RSS-feed, was getting notifications in Opera and now was blaming you (and the blog community in general) for spamming/spyware.

    He got help with the problem + some heat for “being clueless”. Needless to say, the discussions at suomi24.fi are not generally known for having a very high standard.

  3. February 22, 2006 at 11:32 am

    Andre,

    My wife will be so happy!

    “Olkoon flaming proportion husband”

    Janne,

    Thanks very much! I really thought that no one here would be able to translate! What language is it?

  4. Janne
    February 22, 2006 at 1:04 pm

    It’s indeed (more or less) Finnish.

    The last sentence that translates to “Olkoon flaming proportion husband” could be translated word-for-word to “Let the entire man be damned”.

    Or just “damn him”. Finnish is a funny language that way.

    regards from Finland/FISD,

    Janne

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