Mycket engelska / much English

Det har kommit många kommentarer på engelska på slutet. Nästan så jag funderar på att göra en engelskspråkig variant av bloggen! Nej då, så avancerad ska jag inte vara, men det kan nog vara idé att översätta informationen på sidorna. Kanske. Om någon engelskspråkig ser det här och känner sig manad, så får hen gärna bidra med översättningar.


Meny of the comments written lately are in English. I’m thinking that maybe I should translate all the information in the blog into English? Even though I’m not an English expert I should be able to make myself understood. So maybe I’ll do so. We’ll see…


2 thoughts on “Mycket engelska / much English

  1. Från skojaren

    Vänligen kontrollera din spam och skräppost e-post, för meddelandet
    från Paypal k fick jag ett meddelande från Paypal i min skräppost låda
    ……Jag har gjort betalningen via min Paypal, så här är namn och
    adress du skickar dator i London nedan,

    Namn:Abigael Lambert
    Address:108 Draper Close,
    Post Code:RM20-4BJ
    Country:United Kingdom

    Allt du behöver göra nu är att du ska gå till närmaste postkontor och
    skicka paketet till min adress ovan idag via (Registered Mail
    International eller EMS International Express), då efter att du mailar
    försändelsen nummer Paypal, så att Paypal kan överföra pengar till
    ditt konto idag liksom ….. Snälla använd inte (Postpaket Utrikes
    International) eftersom det kommer vara mycket långsam att leverera,
    Only (Registered Mail International eller EMS International Express)
    för snabb och säker leverans .. …..

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