That's the name of the website?
"Living with human"
That's a subhead on the website? Well, what does the body copy say?
"In my parents have a dog. Golden Retriever dog breed is. Born in the house of his relatives seven years ago, I came to my home...The name of the dog in my house is such a ram. Seems to have dated a girl like that come out in comic guys because my father sold. But what my father would have been wondering. Lamb is a male. Family life and lamb we began all told.
Ok. The punchline here is computer translation, as if you hadn't already guessed.
This all started when I typed in an old URL for my running club. Instead of using the .com suffix, I used the original .org. It seems that in the last few years, the abandoned URL was bought by a Japanese firm in order to publish nonsensical stories.At least that's my take from the translated copy.
I used Google Translate to make some sense of the Japanese characters. I got similar results from Bing Translator. I'm sure other online tools would have been the same.
And so this experience has taught me two things:
- There's no substitute for a professional human translator.
- There's value in keeping old domain names, because you never know who will snatch them up...or why.