Multilingual Tagging Rumble - Ice Cream


As you know, our Photos section on features Lomographs from users all over the world. Now it’s time to get your photos noticed, liked and commented on by joining the tag ‘multilingual’! There are also a few Piggy Points in it for you too!

Photo taken by gemmaleigh

Never be Lost in Translation! Today’s lesson – Ice Cream!

What’s that in German, Spanish, Korean, Chinese Portuguese, Japanese or Thai? A delicious chance for some easily earned Piggy Points!

How it works:

- Eiscreme, aisukuriimu, Ice Cream, crème glacée, helado, 冰淇淋, gelado, 氷菓 -

Tag your Ice Cream photos in any of the equivalent words w/the languages we mentioned above, and we will be picking 10 tag-friendly winners at random who will be receiving 5 Piggies each!

Hurry as you only have a full week to tag your images! Don’t let that Ice Cream melt!

written by somapic on 2010-07-02 #news #ice-cream #competition #tagging-rumble #multilingual-tagging


  1. saidseni
    saidseni ·

    Can't understand how it works.

  2. paper_doll
    paper_doll ·

    @saidseni: pick your ice cream photos and tag them with "gelado", that's all :)

  3. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    in italian is "gelato" but don't appear in the list!

  4. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    how I have to tag my italian ice cream shots? or I can't partecipate to this rumble?

  5. lightblue
    lightblue ·

    it only works with ice cream photos??? or it changes wekly? lol

  6. lightblue
    lightblue ·

    ok, forget it! i just get it!

  7. zeester
    zeester ·

    yummy ;)

  8. quaisoir
    quaisoir ·

    ooh didn't realise i got a lot of ice cream shots!!!hahah...

  9. shoujoai
    shoujoai ·

    Only the icecream shoots? Or should we start to tag all our pictures in many languages?

  10. shoujoai
    shoujoai ·

    Eiscreme is the german word btw ;) and I only have two or three icecream shots .__.

  11. takezzo
    takezzo ·

    アイスクリーム doesn't count here?

  12. robot_zombie
    robot_zombie ·

    do ice pops count?

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