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18th Aug '16 9:05:54 AM Andyroid
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** In the ''WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail'' "little questions", Strong Bad gets a set of questions from a Swedish viewer in broken English, so Strong Bad answers in kind.
--->'''Question:''' How did you seen out when you was a baby?\\
'''Strong Bad:''' Every age I have seen out as a baby. I think I has the solution: width times height.\\
'''Translation:''' I was one hot baby. All the girl babies were like, "Check out that hot baby."
** In "other days", Strong Bad answers an email from a Polish viewer asking him "Please to be untieing that shoelace on the back of your head."
--->'''Strong Bad:''' Untie my shoelace, eh Janus? [[YourMom Your mother]] is the speed limit! Your aspirin, Strong Bad.
10th Aug '16 4:34:30 PM MarkLungo
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* In ''Newsradio'', Jimmy James has his autobiography ''Capitalist Lion Tamer'' translated to Japanese and back to English. The result: ''Macho Business Donkey Wrestler''.

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* In ''Newsradio'', ''Series/NewsRadio'', Jimmy James has his autobiography ''Capitalist Lion Tamer'' translated to Japanese and back to English. The result: ''Macho Business Donkey Wrestler''.



* Eugene Hutz of Music/GogolBordello deliberately does this in his music to add a humorous quality to it. His English is great in RealLife, since he's lived in the US since the 80s. An example would be the title of the song "Undestructable" or the following lyric in Voi-La Intruder:

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* Eugene Hutz of Music/GogolBordello deliberately does this in his music to add a humorous quality to it. His English is great in RealLife, since he's lived in the US since the 80s. An example would be the title of the song "Undestructable" or the following lyric in Voi-La Intruder: "Voi-La Intruder":
10th Aug '16 4:26:44 PM Bananaquit
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* In ''Newsradio'', Jimmy James has his autobiography ''Capitalist Lion Tamer'' translated to Japanese and back to English. The result: ''Macho Business Donkey Wrestler''.
2nd Aug '16 9:28:33 PM xXNoMoreXsXx
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* Scottish power metal parody band Gloryhammer sometimes use bad English in their lyrics since the archetypical power metal band comes from somewhere like Finland or Norway and thus has no native English speakers among the members to clean up the lyrical content. They also throw a bit of AcCENTonthewrongsylLAble, for the same reason.

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\n* Scottish power metal parody band Gloryhammer sometimes use bad English in their lyrics since the archetypical power metal band comes from somewhere like Finland or Norway and thus has no native English speakers among the members to clean up the lyrical content. They also throw a bit of AcCENTonthewrongsylLAble, AccentOnTheWrongSyllable into the mix, for the same reason.
2nd Aug '16 9:27:47 PM xXNoMoreXsXx
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* Scottish power metal parody band Gloryhammer sometimes use bad English in their lyrics since the archetypical power metal band comes from somewhere like Finland or Norway and thus has no native English speakers among the members to clean up the lyrical content. They also throw a bit of AcCENTonthewrongsylLAble, for the same reason.
-->"Demon at-TACKED me but then it was slain, the dragon appeared and a batt-LE was fight, I spoke from the words of a powerful scroll, and magical dragon became now al-LIED"
21st May '16 2:24:33 PM erforce
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* The level clear screen in ''VideoGame/TheAngryVideoGameNerdAdventures'' reads "Conglaturation!", a reference to the [[BlindIdiotTranslation infamous]] ending screen from the ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' NES game.

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* The level clear screen in ''VideoGame/TheAngryVideoGameNerdAdventures'' reads "Conglaturation!", a reference to the [[BlindIdiotTranslation infamous]] ending screen from the ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Ghostbusters|1984}}'' NES game.
3rd May '16 8:58:18 AM btawng
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* ''{{Webcomic/Polandball}}'' has this as a rule for any countries that aren't English-speaking.

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* ''{{Webcomic/Polandball}}'' has this as a rule for any All non-Anglosphere countries that aren't English-speaking.in {{Webcomic/Polandball}} speak like this. Overlaps with WordSaladHumor.
26th Mar '16 11:55:18 PM Ulrik54
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* ''{{Webcomic/Dolan}}''. '''And how'''. It ranges from simple grammar errors to complete gibberish.
28th Feb '16 2:26:41 AM AnotherDuck
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* One episode of the original anime of ''Manga/SailorMoon'' has [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=olPOx_UAJHQ a scene]] where Usagi demonstrates her inability to speak English, and the group greets a gentleman in English with various proficiency in the language. It goes from Minako's near flawless, "Nice to meet you," to Makoto's less fitting but all the more hilarious, "Thank you!"

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* One episode of the original anime of ''Manga/SailorMoon'' has [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=olPOx_UAJHQ a scene]] where Usagi demonstrates her inability to speak English, and the group greets a gentleman in English with various varying proficiency in the language. It goes from Minako's near flawless, "Nice to meet you," to Makoto's less fitting but all the more hilarious, "Thank you!"you!" Later in the episode they go to a party where Usagi continues to mangle the language while drunk.
28th Feb '16 2:23:37 AM AnotherDuck
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* One episode of the original anime of ''Manga/SailorMoon'' has [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=olPOx_UAJHQ a scene]] where Usagi demonstrates her inability to speak English, and the group greets a gentleman in English with various proficiency in the language. It goes from Minako's near flawless, "Nice to meet you," to Makoto's less fitting but all the more hilarious, "Thank you!"
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