Post # 1
kind of an SOS call … can anyone read chinese? I want to make sure this text is correct before it’s a tattoo 🙂 the artist had a last minute cancellation and i’m going in soon!
thank you! i can PM the two lines of text!
Post # 2
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Go to google and put in “chinese to english translation” and use that.
Post # 3
MrsTtoB: People still do this!? Those online translators are usually GROSSLY inaccurate.
Post # 4
I wouldn’t trust Google translate 100%. PM me, I can read basic Chinese. If not, I’ll ask my mom.
Post # 5
If teaberrie couldn’t help, I should be able to.
Post # 6
I can read Chinese.
What do you want to have tattooed?
Post # 7
sugarcube: My SO can read chinese. PM if you want me to pass it along.
Post # 8
This is a terrible idea! I’m sorry, but why get a tattoo in a language you don’t understand? I’ve seen soooo many ones that a clearly not right.
Post # 9
i read chinese. you can pm me if you’d like : )
Post # 10
MrsTtoB: There was a sign in Wales that said ‘I am not in the office at the moment. Send any work to be translated’ because the translator as away and the idiots making the sign thought the out of office reply was the translation! I’ve also heard of signs basically being an error message because Google translate couldn’t translate it but people assumed the error was the translation.
Post # 11
Yeahhhh if you can’t read it, then it doesn’t belong on your skin.