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Saturday, 1 October 2011

Translations

This came up the other day on a forum I belong to, I like it so much that I thought I would share

So we're all aware of the terms Transgender, Transvestite and Transsexual, but did you know there are so many more categories than that? Here are just a few examples:
  • Transparent: When your father is actually your mother.
  • Transistor: When your brother decides to become your sister.
  • Transcontinental: A lady living in New York City named Paula that used to be a man named Paul in San Francisco.
  • Transport: A long haul truck driver in a red cocktail dress named Bob.
  • Transubstantiate: When you try to justify your reasons for cross dressing.
  • Transpose: You pretend to be a cross dresser.
  • Transmission: Two twenty year old guys in black skirts and white blouses riding around on bicycles handing out the Book of Mormon.
  • Transplant: Your gardener Freida used to be your gardener Fred.
  • Transient: A homeless cross dresser.
  • Transact: An actor who cross dresses.
  • Transverse: A poet who cross dresses.
  • Transmute: A cross dresser who cannot speak.
  • Transunion: Militia that the Confederacy feared the most.
  • Transpirational: A minister who cross dresses.
  • Transpire: You are nervous about cross dressing and you sweat a lot.
  • Transfuse: Cross dressing electrician.
  • Tranship: Luxury cruises for trans people.
  • Transcend: When Kimmy uploads new pics to Flickr.
  • Transcript: A doctor who writes hormone prescriptions.
  • Translator: A procrastinating cross dresser.
  • Transformation: Several crossdressers at the Wal-Mart check out line.
  • Transylvania: The brand of light bulb most flattering to crossdressers.
  • Transit: Remembering to keep your knees together when wearing a short skirt.
  • Transgression: Two cross dressers fighting over a bra on sale at Victoria's Secret.
  • Translate: Oops! I've got to go!
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