#1
can you help me translate "LIVE FOR TODAY"
i wanna get it as a tattoo but not in english
and i dont think i wanna use carpe diem, its been used alot
and reason why i didnt put it in the body mod thread is because it has nothing to do with body modification.
#2
viva para hoy in spanish, I'm still learning so you might want to get that double checked.
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#3
I believe in spanish it is "viva al día" ... (like greatone_12's, you may wanna double check it)
#4
leben Sie für heute

German. I used babelfish.
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#7
carpe diem means seize the day... but the full phrase is

carpe diem quam minimum credula postero... seize the day, trust little in the future.
#8
Vivir para hoy.

EDIT: lol people he is asking for live for TODAY not live for the DAY
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#11
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leben Sie für heute


Leben sie fuer Heute!



I think there might be something colloquial though.

EDIT: And of course that something shows up two posts above mine. I've got correct grammar though
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#13
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Leben sie fuer Heute!



I think there might be colloquial though.


lol, i'm not German and i don't know German, except maybe ten words or so. Or TS, you can do it in Japanese or Chinese characters. Mandarin, Cantanese, whatever.
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#14
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for the german, the 'sie' isnt needed. its implied. its like saying 'you live for the day', giving the sentance a subject, whereas one isnt needed


I thought you did it for all formal commands though


EDIT: /\ It's okay. Fourth year German student here to help
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#15
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Vivir para hoy.

EDIT: lol people he is asking for live for TODAY not live for the DAY


This.
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#18
Or if you wanted Spanish and didn't want it to look like you're a gabacho (which is what replaced gringo when white people learned what gringo meant...) "Vivedia" accent mark over i (sorry don't know how to put it...). And yes, completely fluent over here.
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#19
Where I come from, we say that as "Bitchniggaz smokin da chronic."
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#20
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This.


No dude, vivir is infinitive, vive is imperative. He corrected himself.
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#21
今日生きてください

live for today


its in japanese


EDIT: it actually means live today my bad
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#22
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this is true, however i dont believe the statement is a formal command. but heck it may be, in which case the 'sie' will go second


Well, I'm not too sure. I always thought general stuff like that was formal because it doesn't know the subject personally. I guess you'd have to ask a German.

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#25
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i dont wanna put chinese or japanese because i am chinese.
i cant seem to take the word "viva" seriously lol.
thanks alot for the help guys. i'll consider more options


Italian is an option.
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#26
Just get "J'aime la fesse".

Its french for live for today.
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#28
umm how about ancient native american or mayan or something...like pictures for letters...like wingdings for the body
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#29
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Just get "J'aime la fesse".

Its french for live for today.


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#30
I'm guessing that in Estonian, it'd be
Ela Tänaseks

Not sure if that's the actual phrase that Estonians would use, though
Ela=(you) live
Tänaseks= for today

That's grammatically correct, though.

Knowing a pretty obscure language ftw
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#31
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Just get "J'aime la fesse".

Its french for live for today.

lol

"viver pour aujourd'hui" is the formal translation.

Doesn't really have an epic ring to it.

I would just go with "J'aime la fesse."
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#33
Just get "J'aime la fesse".

Its french for live for today.

Here's a french translation:

"J' aime les hommes"

lol

"viver pour aujourd'hui" is the formal translation.

Doesn't really have an epic ring to it.


Hahaha, pretty funny stuff!

In French, it is actually "Vivre pour aujourd'hui", I think the other person did a typo.
#34
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heute leben (if you dont want it formal)

leben fuer heute (more formal)

(yeah pretty much fluent)


That ain't no spainish i know, what is it basque, valencian???
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