January 4th, 2008
|03:34 am - Wanted: Translator...|
So I got some spam email tonight with the subject line: HEBAT & TERBUKTI..! DUIT MASUK HARI-HARI..!
I'm thinking I like the beat of it, and I'd use it as something for evil cultists to chant, if I was sure it wouldn't offend anyone...
A Google of the phrases involved doesn't seem to link back to anything in English, and in fact the only link I'm turning up seems to be to Malaysia. So! Anyone out there happen to know what this means? :>
Edited... so I did a little more searching, and I must say, even after consulting online dictionaries, it doesn't exactly make sense. Though Hebat is apparently the mother goddess of the Hurrians, an ancient Mesopotanian people...
Why is my spam trying to invoke ancient goddesses? *looks worried* If I'm reading this right, this ancient goddess wants my money...
Current Mood: amused
|Date:||January 4th, 2008 09:13 am (UTC)|| |
At least it's just Mesopotamian.....it could be worse.
Reminds me of the now ancient 'Famous Last Words' collection
'This scroll is useless, it has "Hastur, Hastur, Hastur" written all over it...'
Maybe she just wants you to enlarge something for her?
|Date:||January 10th, 2008 12:34 pm (UTC)|| |
It's Indonesian :) Well it could be Malay, the two are very similar. Word for word, it means "Great/Amazing & Obvious! Money will come in every day!" I guess spam is spam no matter the language hahaha.