jm + gaeilge   2

The Irish for spam
'turscar: from the old word for dead seaweed that's been dropped, uninvited, by the tide on the shore.'
turscar  irish  gaeilge  spam  etymology  seaweed  stinky 
5 weeks ago by jm
Phishing in Irish
someone has gone to the trouble of translating the 'Hang Seng Bank' phish to Gaeilge. I would surmise that some phisher has a table of CCTLD-to-language mappings and is pasting their text into Google Translate before spamming their .ie address list. If only they knew how few people can read it!
irish  gaeilge  funny  languages  translation  from delicious
february 2010 by jm

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