Translation of “The Magnificent Human” —By Hank Morris

October 28, 2009

I [Hank Morris] recently discovered a website called translationparty.com. What it is, is some kind of translation device. What it does, is when you put in a phrase for it to translate, it translates to Japanese, then back to English, then back again and so on until the English phrase is literally the same as the Japanese phrase. I decided to “translate” your [Adam Veaner] poem through this device. As it can no longer be said to be your poem, I have renamed it and I shall produce it here for you. This is only a joke. The title shall be “Man, Machine, Food.”

“Man, Machine, Food”

Well, here it is please. Minutes between 2:58 minutes in 1 2 2 1 Pack 1, the following two, one or two of the three two days away.
Juicy and use his lower teeth and shaving cream
1 1 222222 two are hidden in one cookie.
Delicious treat.
He cookies will destroy the fragile shell.

Women sitting in the corner, eating a lot of donuts.
Perhaps, to form an insulating layer of fat
Please next winter.

And in the first sample, thanks to a different time zone again. Fell. Please. Please. Please. Please. Please. Please. Please. Please. Please. Please. Please. Please. Please. Please. Please. Please. Please. Please. Please refer to the food?
Observed to share their food without eating method.
Notice how he uses a long plastic rod tool.
He now will be held on the ice in the runoff.
Simply genius.
He is full of destroyed on the ice.

She returned to the pan
She knows to use a tool like the new plastic.
She is a donut, it was inserted
And it is a pity jelly.
And the bitter cold of winter, all the necessary precautions.
This is a really fascinating event.

-A translation of many translations by Hank Morris

The original poem can be found here.


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One Response to “Translation of “The Magnificent Human” —By Hank Morris”

  1. I like how one of the possibly related posts is just. Kanye West… I guess he is kind of magnificent.

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