Google Translate Errors

I use Google Translate a lot because I do the translating work for my Korean church.

As I’m translating some of the stuff, I wanted to find a better translation for a Korean word. So I plugged the word into the Google Translate box, and this came out.

Google Translate Mistake

I mean, a typo in Translate? And to top it all off, it was verified (the little check mark).

This means that someone went over this word and even verified it while not knowing how to spell “separately.”

Also, did any of you ever try writing one word over and over again into the Google Translate box? Well, this is what happens:

Google Translate Mistake 2

It doesn’t only have the translation for that one word but has multiple different translations.

Also, some things are just plain weird. I entered this word once, and it came up with one thing, but when I repeated the word over and over again, some really weird stuff came up.

Google Translate Mistakes 4Google Translate Mistakes 3

I just thought that that was odd.


Anyways, that’s it.


Stubbed Toes

So recently, I had been walking out of a room, as I usually do. As I walked out, there was a dresser that was right by the doorway.

I wasn’t looking towards that ground at the time; I think I was preoccupied talking to someone. Anyway, as I swung my left foot forward, I hit my pinky toe on the bottom corner of the dresser.

Of course, I did the usual thing and I screamed, fell over, and clutched my toe. I was just lying on the floor, grabbing my foot to dull the pain for a good five minutes.

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Hotel Confusion

As our family is on vacation, we move from hotel to hotel as we travel.

Today, we came to a hotel with little time to spare, as my brother wanted to go watch a soccer game.

The name of the hotel is Extended Stay America, and we pulled up to the first hotel with that name in the area. We went inside, but it turned out the Extended Stay America hotel room we had reserved was down the street somewhere.

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Question #2

Why is a bus flat in the front?


Wouldn’t it be better aerodynamically if buses had a rounded front like all other cars? It would just cost more money for the gas because of the air resistance created by the flat front.

What I thought was that a flat front would, first of all, make the bus shorter, making it easier for it to turn. Also, it would probably help in the city because sometimes you have to get really close to other cars, and it would be better for a bus to have a flat front to scrape by them.


Would love to hear your thoughts.

Korean Bread vs. American Bread

I would like to start off by saying Korean bread that you buy on the streets is infinitely better than the crap that Americans sell.

I am Korean, but I have lived in America for most of my life (since I was 2). I always lived mostly in the rural regions, so we didn’t have many Korean markets/restaurants around us. So when we go somewhere that has a lot of Korean people/markets, we tend to buy a crapload of stuff to take back.

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Question #1

What is the first animal you can think of that starts with an N?


I randomly thought of this question after looking at a baby mat which associated each letter of the alphabet with an animal. The animal they had put for N was a newt, so I wondered if there wasn’t anything more obvious/generic than that, like a cat for C and a dog for D.

But upon reflection, besides newt, the only other animal I could think of was the nudibranch, which is this cool-looking sea creature, but that’s hardly generic.


Would love you hear your thoughts.