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    Me thinks da Adventure is smart and COOOOOL!! YAY! Thanks dear!

    Ok, so da translator gave me:
    "Everything in the kitchen garden were gone, but wreck trained of bemoeizuchtige the neighbour man of, will have to there experience nothing."

    Gimme a sec ta guess, ok?

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    ROFL!!!

    Okay.
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    Here is my suggestion:

    Everything in the kitchen garden was gone, and an interfering neighbour who had no experience in gardening caused the mess.

    I feel so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lilliputt
    Here is my suggestion:

    Everything in the kitchen garden was gone, and an interfering neighbour who had no experience in gardening caused the mess.

    I feel so
    ROFL!!! Nice try! But the first part "Everything in the kitchen garden was gone/away" is indeed correct.

    Edit: And "interfering/meddling neighbour" is also correct.
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    I have updated the rules a little bit. I just didn't want to make the rules very complicated as we have some young players as well who won't understand if the rules are complicated. That is the reason why the first rules were simple. But now I have given them in details. I am really sorry for the inconvenience.
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    Everything in the kitchen garden was gone, and according to the meddling neighbour, without the moles it would never had happened.

    (Even worse I suppose )


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    You are brilliant!! Thank you dear

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    Actually you are more close then the first time Lilli. The last part start is still a mess. But "mollen" are indeed "moles".

    I never thought that this sentence would be this hard.
    Faily of Kzin


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    Everything in the kitchen garden was gone, and an interfering neighbour who had no experience in gardening blamed the moles.

    (I only made a minor change this time )

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    I got this from intertran..
    "Everything in the kitchen garden were gone, but wreck trained of bemoeizuchtige the neighbour man of, will have to there experience nothing."

    We already have Lilli's translation..

    "Everything in the kitchen garden were gone, with an interfering neighbour who had no experience in gardening it ended in failure."

    The best I can now...

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    @Lilli &Lili
    Yes the second part has something to do with an meddling neighbour and with moles, but nothing with gardening, having experience or failure. And the word "blamed" is not used in this sentence, however the second part of the sentence has something to do with the blame question. And why do you leave the translated word "trained" out?
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