Saturday, May 2, 2009

Beware: This post has neither relevance or a point. It is simply a post.

So just now I was checking my layout settings...I do this every once in a while to see if I have any creative ideas to make my blog cooler. Normally I end up not doing anything and keep everything the way it was before. It gives me a feeling of cleanliness....I don't know why, though.

So anyways! To business! I was checking my layout settings and was looking at my post configuration. As I was looking at the arrangment of it, I saw that the "Post Body" portion had an example sentence. To my great delight, it was in Latin. Thusly, I translated it. The sentence read:

Lorem ipsum vim ut utroque mandamus intellegebat, ut eam omittam ancillae sadipscing, per et eius soluta veritus.

Translating makes me happy. It makes me even happier when I encounter words I don't know. This sentence had lots of words I didn't know. But thanks to a wonderful friend by the name of Wheelock, I have solved (most) of them. Here's my rather horrible translation.

I wish that Lorem knew each point we commanded, so that I will omit the maidservant [it has been assumed here that sadipscing must be either a Latin gibberish, or a very advanced word that even Wise Wheelock cannot comprehend. The translator has made up a meaning to look smart found the meaning through intense research on the highest snow-covered and trecherous mountains of Latin-dom] has been spalunking, through and his one virtue.

Woooooow, that made no sense. If you know Latin, please, feel free to correct this epic failure.



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