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Bugger me, that's cool.

Anyone know anyone who could translate the words around this amazing piece of destructionware?

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figg
Sep. 7th, 2004 05:25 am (UTC)
There is a translation in the comments

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figg
Sep. 7th, 2004 05:26 am (UTC)

whow! I get 50 comments in some strange teutonic language. Am I slashdotted or wtf? I guess I’m not slashdotted, coz then I propably wouldn’t be here saying this. Ok, anyway some explanations…


I got the picture from my friend via e-mail. I don’t know what the machine is but I’m pretty sure it is photoshopped. I think it is big enough to cut Turku from Suomi. It is bit hard to explain foreingers why people from Helsinki don’t like Turku too much. One thing is the annoying dialect they speak. There is also saying that Turku is Finlands ass.


And last the headline lehtileikkeleet doesn’t have much to do with the machine. It is somekind of.. umh language trick. The spelling lehtileikkeet means cutting from the paper. Lehtileikkeleet is not a real word. It trasnalates something like thin sausage cuttings. Some finnish pop star from sixties, Irwin Goodman, used it in telly and I thought it was funny. Propably most of the finns can’t tell the difference. Ok, have fun and don’t spam my site with emoticons
triplee
Sep. 7th, 2004 07:04 am (UTC)
Holy hell!!! I think I know what's going to be at the top of my Christmas list.

~EEE~
dj_rabid_angel
Sep. 7th, 2004 02:50 pm (UTC)
All it needs is some bus sized speakers and a house sized amp and that thing would be an industrial DJ's slimiest wet dream...
triplee
Sep. 7th, 2004 03:17 pm (UTC)
Hehe, you know you want to sample the sound of that fucker when it's running.

~EEE~
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