Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Don't Smack on Your Food.

Parents here in the states will often say to their children, "Don't smack on your's not polite!" "Smacking" refers to eating with your mouth open and making an irritating sound, so it's easy to see why parents will tell their children this.

With this translation, the menu list is titled "Smack Food" which almost invites the smacking behavior!


Anonymous said...

necesito informacion para aprender el idioma ingle

Anonymous said...

snack food? But I think "snack food" still can not accurately translate what they mean. Who can suggest a better translation to it?