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'Dosa Ballebaaz': Literal Translation Of Batter On Packet Leaves Netizens In Splits

With over 689 likes, the picture is being widely circulated across social media as internet users share funny photos with literal substitute for words in Hindi.

Dosa packet

A picture of the literal translation on the packet of Dosa batter has sparked laughter on the internet. Shared by a user named Harpreet on microblogging site Twitter, the picture has left netizens in stitches as the blue coloured pack with “Idly Dosa Batter” written on it, translated lines into “Idly Dosa Ballebaaz” in Hindi and one other regional language. Quick to notice, the user shared the photo captioned damn, you google translator, which led netizens to share some similar literal translations in the comments sections.  

Netizens share literal translations photos

With over 689 likes, the pictures is being widely circulated across social media as internet users share funny photos with literal substitute for words in Hindi. A user shared a picture of a south Indian banner that translated “mess” into literal Hindi term “dirt”. Another user corrected him with a comment “Gandagi is the surname”, sparking more laughter. “It just means GOOGLE has hired women (they relate to IDLI DOSA more) MICROSOFT has hired men (they can only relate to CRICKET),” wrote the third user. “If the batter is ballebaaz - then the battery should be artillery barrage no? What would barrage be? Legal drinking age?” wrote the fourth.  

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