By Aleksander AasAleksander. Friday, December 10, 2010 12:37:34 PM
December 10th, Santa tries to decipher the Australian dialect! Congratulations to our daily winners, are you up for the challenge tomorrow?
Please note that there is one prize per My Opera user even if you get it right more than once. Any entries with more than one country guessed counts as invalid. If you are a winner please send a message to Elmeligy
with your full name and address, but no spaming his inbox! He might not reply, but if you sent it he will get it!
Santa is searching for more cookies and good kids tomorrow. Do you know where? If so, you can win a goodie bag with some sweet Norwegian holiday candy! The rule is simple: Enter your guess as a comment before the next comic is posted in the community blog!
Where do you think he's off to next? Get the country right and you win!
By Espen André ØverdahlEspenAO. Thursday, December 10, 2009 11:38:28 AM
Yesterday we wanted to know what the "Bork" edition of Opera was and TriMN knew this: "The Bork edition behaves differently on one Web site: MSN. Users accessing the MSN site will see the page transformed into the language of the famous Swedish Chef from the Muppet Show: Bork, Bork, Bork!"
Submit your answer!
By Espen André ØverdahlEspenAO. Wednesday, December 10, 2008 11:59:57 AM
Yesterday we were looking for the Norwegian name for this traditional dish of dried cod, soaked in a lye solution, before boiled to give it a gelatinous consistency... The correct answer is of course lutefisk and soumitram4u is today's lucky winner! Congrats! We've now managed to spread the fantastic word of lutefisk all the way to India.
Today's question is a challenge of epic dimensions. It will be very interesting to see who manage to decipher this cryptic message:
We want a complete translation of the above text. If you also include the title of this great song, that's awesome too.
Letter Frequncies (external Web site)
Decrypting text (external Web site)