Mox is a young but well educated translator. Two PhDs, six languages...
and he hardly earns the minimum wage.
ohh It was great.
Yes! I liked it! The best one ever! :)
I nearly laughed my head off:))Thanks!
On quite a few occasions, I was required to translate during lunch for the trainer and the trainees. The food was usually very good, but I never had time to eat it all (or anything close to that) because they kept talking. So, eventually, I just disregarded the etiquette and just went on eating while translating, or translating while eating. Not very nice, but healthy. Otherwise, I would've been left hungry and frustrated. Anyway, I enjoyed the joke.
Thank you very much, moichispa & Arkadi.Mimi, that's very funny. I hope you won't mind if I use the idea for a future strip!
XDI really liked it!We're not a gadget.
I had a similar experience, but when I got to the table the people I was interpreting for were horrified that there was such an order and insisted that I join in - had some great food and wine and got invited to Malta to do some interpreting on the strength of it :) My colleagues weren't on such hospitable tables, though, and spent the whole evening looking thoroughly miserable ...
Dear Spammers, your comments will be deleted and marked as spam.Dear colleagues, I will not be able to reply to your questions. It was too much time consuming.
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