This is what people have said about the GonMad Cumbrian Dictionary, and the BabelSheep translator.


What Yahoo Internet Life said about us in 'Strange Site if the Day':

Strange Site for 10/09/01           by Scott Alexander

Turning Cumbrian, I Really Think So

The GonMad Cumbrian Dictionary

The Inuit may have a hundred different words for snow, but the Cumbrians have a thousand ways to tell you about jumping over gates. While Cumbrian still continues to be snubbed by the likes of the Altavista translator, and it's still nearly impossible to find a decent tutor, at least one site is keeping the flame alive. "Old Cumbrian is spoken by very few these days, so I don't want to see new Cumbrian go the same way," he expounds. Now, thanks to his courage and perseverance, you too can learn the appropriate way to tell someone that you jumped over a gate, are too tired to jump over gates, that you stole a gate, or that the next person who jumps over a gate is going to get slapped.

Visit Yahoo Internet Life here.

And some of our visitors:

"I was overjoyed to find your wonderful website..." - Sue W

"A've found the Cumbrianator. Fabulous, eh!...this yan is jus' ower barie ter miss, eh!" - Steve U

"I just wanted to say how pleased I am to be able to consult the Cumbrian dialect dictionary which is most useful." - Tony J

"...wanted to let you know as an exiled Cumbrian I haven't laughed so much in ages!" - Sue S

"Almost like being back there... Thanks for a great site, and the best laugh I've had in ages!" - Alex B

"... this is the most brilliant thing I've seen for a long time. It has given our office hours of laughter, (I was in tears)" - Stephen H

"I just want to say that I think its is absolutely brilliant." - Rob R

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