Home of Rhett & Link fans - the Mythical Beasts!
Konrad H (Dybuk) had a really good idea!
Let's see how many languages we can list for the saying:
GOOD MYTHICAL MORNING
Once enough languages have been contributed, I'll probably compile them into a GOOD MYTHICAL MORNING banner similar to the WELCOME banner used to greet new members . . .
Only one rule - - ->
NO ONLINE TRANSLATOR TOOLS ALLOWED!
All submissions must come from a Kommunity member who is fluent in their respective "mother tongue".
Thank you all for your contributions!
GREAT explanation. Glad to learn a little something new every day. THANKS!
Also going to forward the video link over to Alexis for her Rhett & Link Guest Appearances playlist.
Thank YOU very much! :)
I want to translate GMM to my language - Tamil(FYI it is a South Indian Language), but should I have to translate the words literally to its counterparts in my language or use words that have similar meaning to the words in GMM and try to convey the same effect as saying it?
Hope you can clarify.
PS:- I am asking this because 'Mythical' in most cases means something related to some mythology. But, in the context of the show it means fictitious( I suppose). So I am confused if I have to use the word in my language that stands for 'something related to some mythology' or 'fictitious'.
@ VenkiPhy6 - - I believe that the highlighted definition below would be most appropriate, if your mother language has a different word for different meanings.
Okay then...here you go....Good Mythical Morning in my mother tongue 'Tamil',
நல்ல புராணகரமான காலை
BTW sorry for the very late reply.
THANKS! this makes the 25th entry thus far (counting the American sign language) and looking forward to adding as many as possible.
Lithuanian - Labo Mitinio Ryto!
this is such a good idea btw
Een fabelachtige goede morgen! Dutch/Flemish
where is the MYTHICAL part?
Yeah, I translated it quite freely, you could say this as well:
Goede, mythische morgen!
God mystisk morgen - Norwegian
It's really starting to fill up now.
How many more languages can we get before this KBE closes at end of year?