LOLcat strikes back: the LOLcat translator

October 26, 2007

I can’t get enough of these inane furry creatures. Today (and yeah, I’m a little late on the game, but so what) I discovered LOLcat translation services: http://speaklolcat.com and http://txt2lol.com. Both sites are decent, but both suffer from computer-generated-translationitis. I guess language–even made-up language–is still too complex for machines to pick up on the subtle nuances.

I like SpeakLOLCat.com for its creative use of the Impact font, but as you can see, it’s still missing that je ne sais quoi:

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