Lost in Translation

I follow Karna’s utterly delightful blog http://karnashus.blogspot.com/ and usually chicken out by using the Automatic Translator, my Norwegian not being what it should.  Well, this time it has really overloaded, even translating English remarks into Norwegian and back again.  By the time I finished reading the comments I was flapping helplessly in my chair, crying with laughter.  Go on and read below…

(this is a photo of the beautiful work Karna and her father did on the posts and rope)

Anonym Line from the house in the country said …
Incredible! Have no words! Attractive. Kanllfint.Yes, all. Hope you get the last ending when the bullets, so you are completely finished. This was really perfect Karna! By the way … have you thought any more of the wall-stickersen? .. What shall stand, and in what font? Hugs from Line
9. August 2010 10:00 p.m.
Anonym Catherine said …
So incredibly cool, Karna, I am really inponert. Mr. C has been shown pictures and stuff .. he he. Was actually on the water below your house the other day. It is so great – no one can match! Hope to see you soon! Good evening in the living room, requested from Catherne:)
9. August 2010 10:06 p.m.

Blogger Tricia Rose said …

I so love Those post finials! Would you consider exporting restriction two California? The whole thing looks so appropriate and attractive – well done!
9. August 2010 10:15 p.m.


Blogger Lise’s mother said …

Oh this was really good. I like so much the maritime style. How nice your father had made it to the ends of the rope. It’s probably not many people can this anymore.  I enjoy very much with your posts.  Have a great week:) Hugs from Lise’s mother
9. August 2010 10:39 p.m.

Blogger Tingeltangel said …

Oh, so fantastic snyggt it was. Ever the offense.
9. August 2010 10:44 p.m.

Blogger Skrållungar och skärgårdsliv said …

Hi Karna! Kikat in the first gången on riktigt long! has varit ifrån bloggandet a tag, o jag look back rush missat a lot! Skipping back to Haft one summer shoes! Hardware Nadja
9. August 2010 11:01 p.m.

Blogger elin Anita (eddaskreativiteter) said …

It was just terrific … hope you find more balls … Eddie Clamps
10. August 2010 6:30
Blogger Thea & Linnea said …
Hej! Oh, how nice it was! Skip hitter the last kulorna so you can be clear, they är jättesnygga! Do so gott / Karin
10. August 2010 6:48

Blogger Ancien said …

Jättesnyggt! Jag gilar neither know, silvriga och the rough rope Tillsammans. Hardware Ancien
10. August 2010 7:59

Blogger The house on the island said …

Bright Cool. Just for my taste! Is love your style: o)
10. August 2010 8:26

Blogger Tina said …

Very Stylish with taurekkverk have thought of it at the cabin, then perhaps repeat and I hope you do not say anything on it ….! So I think the man may splicing of the rope, learned from his grandfather! Guess not every one who can:) Great was now the least!
10. August 2010 9:38

Blogger Jill said …

Very Attractive! I pull back the noise totally jacking comment that I do not believe the fall is because I have not seen the goose fly in a pack … When I came home yesterday they flew straight OVR my house :-( Good luck with getting hold of recent past fence tops!
10. August 2010 9:51

Blogger Teija said …

So lovely photos you garden overtaken over the summer! All of Them! You garden so beautiful home and yard, I wish I `d garden of the same:) Have a nice autumn there! We `ve Had a very great weather here in Finland all the sums, let’s hope That autumn is too:)
10. August 2010 10:26

Blogger My home is my castle – by Kari said …

Really Great Karna!! And they end the balls were great.looking for something like that and I, but down here I can not find!! Have a nice day also:) Hugs, Kari
10. August 2010 24:36

Blogger Yours Bodil FT said …

This must be the greatest barriers I’ve ever seen!
10. August 2010 12:39
Anonym Lise said …
So incredibly delicious, you got it! Fell in love with the railing like – doing the construction of summer house to the next summer and wondered if I could “steal” your idea of closing the balls? Where you get hold of that? If I find here in Rogaland, I can get 3 to you? Again – an inspiration you are :-) Take care, Carol
10. August 2010 1:41 p.m.

Blogger Jannicke said …

thanks for the tips, Karna. I was inside the couple Courrier, but they were unfortunately out for the rescue buoy, I thought was appropriate .. not easy! Have a great week. Klem J.
10. August 2010 4:02 p.m.
Anonym nr14 said …
Very Cool:) really great with the completion of the pillars:)
10. August 2010 5:22 p.m.

Blogger Nyperosa said …

Bravo;) Proper marine.
10. August 2010 8:13 p.m.

Blogger Blue to light said …

No and no, so good it was. Your father splice skills were formidable, and the combination of the rope and the blank end caps were leaking! Is not it just typical and constituted that one can not obtain all at once, you will be on the take in more balls in autumn. Good late summer-greeting from Liv
10. August 2010 8:48 p.m.

  I haven’t had so much fun – or such a belly laugh – in ages.    Please Karna don’t mind!

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3 Responses to Lost in Translation

  1. La Dolfina says:

    Thanks for the chuckles… gotta love the global village :)

  2. Struggler says:

    Oh dear. Reminds me of the language where 'mother in law' and 'goat' are the same word… I bet that causes some chuckles, too!

  3. Rebecca says:

    You're SO right. This is very funny.

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