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TGIF: Juliette Binoche and Ricky Gervais translate jokes into English April 14, 2017

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TGIF: Mistranslated menus on The Graham Norton Show March 31, 2017

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TGIF: Best Christmas ad of the year December 9, 2016

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This ad out of Poland (shot in English) tells a moving story that touches on human truths and deep values, using subtle humor and pathos. If you don’t cry I’ll be surprised. I started bawling about halfway through.

TGIF: 7 Movie Jokes You Missed If You Only Speak English October 14, 2016

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TGIF: Discussion on voice dubbing on Graham Norton June 10, 2016

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This is actually quite entertaining and may interest some of you. Enjoy the weekend!

TGIF April 1, 2016

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TGIF: A must watch March 18, 2016

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TGIF: Disney princesses singing In their original language #2 February 26, 2016

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This part two features a couple of clips of what Disney Princesses sound like singing their songs in their native or original language with a before and after in English. Belle from Beauty and the Beast is French, Snow White from Snow White and the Seven Dwarves is German, Megara from Hercules is Greek, Aurora from Sleeping Beauty is French, and Anna from Frozen is Norwegian.

TGIF: Disney princesses singing in their original language February 19, 2016

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This features a couple of clips of what Disney Princesses sound like singing their songs in their native or original language with a before and after in English. Elsa from Frozen is Norwegian, Ariel from The Little Mermaid is Danish, Jasmine from Aladdin is Arabic, Mulan is Chinese (Mandarin), and Rapunzel from Tangled is German.

This is what happens when you reply to spam email January 8, 2016

Posted by Jill (@bonnjill) in Business practices, Scam alert, TGIF.
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This guy is my hero. I love his sense of humor. Don’t we all wish we could be him? I usually hit the delete button if it slips through Mailwasher, but I’ve sometimes been tempted. Here’s to a year of hummus in 2016.