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".
The original GMM World Wide box has been filled,
but I will entertain additional languages and update
both the list and image at some future date.
Thank you all for your contributions!
God mytisk morgon! :D Swedish
Guten mystischen Morgen ;) German
Spanish -- Buenos míticos días
Hyvää Myyttistä Aamua (Finnish)
" İyi efsanevi sabahlar " - Turkish
In japanese "Shinwa no Ohayou"
something tells me that you may not, in fact, be Japanese or from/living in Japan
Born in japan, but been livin in Ecuador for a long time.
Okay then, it's official!!! By the way, do you (or perhaps a relative) have any idea if the following from Bing Translator tool is accurate or not?
The bolded characters here -- おはようございます神話 -- are just a more formal way of Friederike's "Ohayou" (adding a "gozaimasu" as the underlined/italicized part). For the two non-bolded non-hirigana characters at the end, my extremely limited knowledge can't help!
The japanese order of words its diferent to english. sorry I cant elaborate more, english is not my main language.
but to shorten, it is not correct. because the order is wrong and the meaning is not right