Discussion in 'General Chatter' started by Fucker, Sep 30, 2016.
Good to know where you stand I guess?
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I think I actually remember the context for this one—I’ll spoiler it in case that ruins the humor for anyone.
If I recall correctly, they were going for something about the recipient being good with kids. I can’t remember if it was a translation goof or the act of a disgruntled person somewhere down the line, but I seem to recall that being the why there.
On Cake Wrecks the sender actually didn't explain what the context was, just that they found it in a restauraunt in Asia. The "loves children" mistranslation was a speculation in the comment section, and does seem like the most likely explanation. Other possibilities suggested are that it's a case of a word sounding pretty if you don't know what it means, a joke cake for someone married to a much younger person, or a garbled phone call about a cake for "Peter and Phil".
Thanks for clarifying—it seems I had misremembered!
Can't remember if I've put this here before, but youtube put it in my recommends, so here you go.
What it was supposed to look like:
What they got:
Spoiler: the owl house s2 spoilers
i was absolutely losing it over this earlier, its that thing where an AI tries to use voice samples of celebs to let you make them say your own text
Theres a transcript in the pinned comment on the video if u have trouble
This incredible collection of responses to the Batman Cunnilingus Discourse (obviously NSFW).
Among the many additional gems about this on my dash was someone bringing up Neil Gaiman's story that when he was writing Sandman, editorial censored exactly one word from the volume about a convention for serial killers, the keynote speaker of which eats eyeballs with his fang-filled eye sockets:
Stuff like this and sitcoms without laugh tracks have been on my YouTube feed and in my brain for like the last two hours with no sign of reprieve:
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