margaret at onr.com
Tue Sep 21 11:28:17 EDT 2004
Gili, I got an English/Hebrew silly that (although not a translation
mistake exactly) is probably dumber than ANY of your examples.
Had a young colleague once who was being sent to Israel for a few weeks
to install some of our software. First thing he did, on hearig the news,
was run out and buy an English-Hebrew dictionary so he'd be able to talk
to the natives (tr: hit on the girls).
THEN he noticed that there was a whole different alphabet involved....
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