Off topic: Any suggestions as to what "back end verify" might mean?
Thread poster: Fiona Gonçalves
| | Fiona Gonçalves
Local time: 10:50
Portuguese to English
This was handed in to the travel agency where I work. I have the original Portuguese version and even so I can't work out where they got the above phrase from. Somehow I don't think they'll be getting much English-speaking custom!
"Open at a short distance Hotel AuraMar, XXX Hairdresser with Prices specials end with a 10% discount on alls works execute for the Hairdresser, back end verify you not to repent."
Hope the lady's a better hairdresser than she is a translator...
| | Tony M
Local time: 11:50
French to English
"back end verify you not to repent."
Might she mean that she lets you look at the back of your head in a mirror, so you won't regret it later?
Alternatively, perhaps it's just a cock-eyed way of saying that she has lots of satisfied customers behind her...
[Edited at 2005-11-15 19:26]
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Any suggestions as to what "back end verify" might mean?
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