Sunday, July 29, 2007

AOLer Translator

I've just reacquainted myself with this hilarious little thing. You type in anything you want, and it translates it into the way a twelve-year-old AOL user would use it. (I've seen many, many reviews on FanFiction.Net that look as if they've been run through this several times.)

Anyway, here's the most recent victim I copy-pasted into it. If you want a clue as to what it was in its past life: linky.

WHEN3VER I CONSIEDR DA ORIGIN OF THES WAR AND DA NECESITEIS OF OUR POSITION I HAEV A SUR3 CONFIEDNC3 TAHT THES DAY AND THES UNION OF U WIL B DA BGINNG OF FREDOM 2 TEH WHOLE OF BRITANE!!1!!!111 WTF LOL 2 AL OF US SLAEVRY SI A THNG UNKNOWN THEIR R NO LANDS BYOND US AND AVAN DA S3A SI NOT SAEF M3NAECD AS WE R BY A ROMAN FLET!1!111 WTF LOL AND THUS IN WAR AND BATL3 IN WHICH TEH BRAEV FIND GLORY 3VAN TEH COWARD WIL FIND SAEFTY!1!!1 LOL FORMER CONTESTS IN WHICH WIT VARYNG FORTUNE DA ROMANS W3RE RASIST3D STIL LEFT IN US A LAST HOPE OF SUCOUR INASMUCH AS BNG DA MOST R3NOWNED NATION OF BRITANE DW3LNG IN TEH VARY H3ART OF TEH COUNTRY AND OUT OF SIGHT OF TEH SHOR3S OF TEH CONQU3RED W3 CUD KEP EV3N OUR EYES UNPOLUTED BY TEH CONTAGION OF SLAEVRY 2 US WHO DWEL ON DA UTERMOST CONFIENS OF TEH AARTH AND OF FREDOM THES REMOTE SANCTUARY OF BRITANES GLORY HAS UP 2 THES TIEM B3N A D3FENCE!!!11111! NOW HOWAVER DA FURTH3ST LIMITS OF BRITANE R THROWN OP3N AND DA UNKNOWN ALWAYS PASES FOR DA MARV3LOS!1111!! WTF BUT THEIR R NO TRIEBS BYOND US NOTHNG INDED BUT WAEVS AND ROX AND DA YAT MORE TERIBL3 ROMANS FROM WHOSE OPRASION ASCAEP SI VANELEY SOUGHT BY OBDEINC3 AND SUBMISION!11!!1! OMG WTF ROB3RS OF DA WORLD HAVNG BY THEYRE UNIEVRSAL PLUND3R AXHAUST3D TEH LAND THEY RIFLE DA DEP!1!111! IF DA 3NEMY B RICH TH3Y R RAPACIOS IF HA B POR TH3Y LUST FOR DOMINION N3ITHAR TEH 3AST NOR TEH W3ST HAS BEN ABLA 2 SATISFY THEM!!!!!! LOL ALONA MONG M3N TH3Y COV3T WIT 3QUAL 3AEGRNAS POVERTY AND RICHES!!11!1 LOL 2 ROBERY SLAUGHTER PLUNDAR THAY GIEV DA LYNG NME OF EMPIER THEY MAEK A SOLITUDE AND CAL IT P3AEC!!1!! OMG WTF LOL

That unearthly shriek you just heard was the ghost of Cornelius Tacitus.

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