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July 23, 2009

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hello... something something 2 oranges, mix.... 4 smoothies and no gnomes? Do I win? Maybe I should listen again!

Hello, we're Innocent and this is a smoothie. We take 34 strawberries, 6 apples, 2 oranges, 2 bananas & 19 grapes all into a blender & viola - you eat all the the goodness without the hassle. Innocent - the naked fruit.

Hello!

To fill up this Innocent bottle we press and mix 34 strawberries, 6 apples, 2 oranges, 2 1/2 bananas, and 19 grapes. A quick bit of blending, and there you go! If you eat more fruit it'll be thanks to us! (It's nothing to do with the Dwarf).

Innocent.. completely pure fruit.

Drat looks like I've lost out! Was there really no mention of gnomes? Gutted.

Hi,
To make our carton if innocent smoothies, a smoothie mix:
34 strawberries
6 apples,
2 oranges
2 bananas and 19 grapes.

Theh! Put it in a mixer.
There you go! If you eat more fruit, it's good for you and the gnome gets nothing? Innocent, the naked drink?

Hello! To fill this innocent carton, we squeeze and blend: 34 strawberries, 6 apples, 2 oranges, 2 and a half bananas, and 19 grapes. And 'op', a little blast of the blender, and voila / there you go! If you eat more fruit, it's thanks to us. The gnome had nothing to do with it. Innocent: completely naked fruit.

Hello ! To fill up this Innocent box, we have squeezed and mixed 34 strawberries, 6 apples, 2 oranges, 2 and a half banana and 19 grapes...
Hop, a turn in the blender... And here you go ! Now you're eating more fruit, thanks to us (and not to the Garden Gnome).
Innocent, naked fruit.

hello. if you want to make a bottle of innocent, squeeze and mix 3 or 4 strawberries, 6 apples, 2 oranges, 2 and a half bananas, and 19 grapes. And there we are, a quick go in the blender and done. We're doing something so you can eat more fruit. And the gnome is free. Innocent - nothing but nothing but fruitl.

Hello,
To fill this carton of Innocent you squash and mix:
** 34 strawberries
** 6 apples
** 2 oranges
** 2 and a half bananas
** and 19 grapes
Ta darr! A wizz in the blender.
And there you go. If you eat more fruit it is thanks to us.
The garden gnome has nothing to do with it!
Innocent – naked fruit.

Hello.

To create a carton of innocent smoothie, squidge together
34 strawberries
6 apples
2 oranges
2 and a half bananas
and 19 grapes
whizz.

If you eat more fruit, it's good for us.

The gnome is free of charge.

Innocent, the naked fruit.

Hello, in one bottle we mix: 80 strawberries, 6 apples, 2 oranges, 2 bananas, and (some number) grapes. Put it in a mixer. And Voila, (or There you have it.) Eat more of your fruit. It's (something) Naked. (I might say, "It's all natural.") For next to nothing. Innocent...Your Naked Fruit.

Although Natural might be the best translation for naked in this case, but it might be better on an ad to say Naked. This is the best translation I can come up with. However, here should be your English copy:

We stuff in one bottle: 80 strawberries, 6 apples, 2 oranges, 2 bananas, and some grapes. That's all it is. Nothing more. Eat more of your fruit. Naturally. For next to nothing. Innocent...Your Fruit...Naked.

Hello!

To fill up this bottle of Innocent we press and mix 34 strawberries, 6 apples, 2 oranges, 2 1/2 bananas, and 19 grapes. A quick bit of blending, and there you go! If you eat more fruit it'll be thanks to us! (The gnome's irrelevant).

Innocent.. nothing but fruit.

Hello. To fill this carton of Innocent we press and mix 34 strawberries, 6 apples, two oranges, two and a half bananas, and 19 grapes. And now a little whizz in the blender and there you are. If you eat more fruit, it's thanks to us. The gnome has nothing to do with it.
Innocent. Nothing but fruit.

Hello!

To fill this carton of Innocent we press and mix 34 strawberries, 6 apples, 2 oranges, 2 1/2 bananas, and 19 grapes. A quick whizz in the blender, and there you go! If you eat more fruit you'll have us to thank! (The gnome's irrelevant).

Innocent.. nothing but fruit.

Hello!
To fill this Innocent bottle/this bottle of Innocent, one presses and mixes...
34 strawberries
6 Apples
2 oranges
2 ½ bananas
And 19 grapes
And “hop!” ... a little blow of the mixer...there we go!
If you eat more fruit, it’s thanks to us!
There is no need for the dwarf...
Innocent.
Pure fruit.

Hi,
To fill this Innocent bottle,we press and mix thirty-four strawberries, six apples, two oranges, two and a half bananas and nineteen grapes. And then, a bit of blending.

There, if you eat more fruits, it's thanks to us. And the gnome has nothing to do with it.

Innocent. Naked fruits

Hello ! To fill up this bottle of Innocent, we squeeze and mix 34 strawberries, 6 apples, 2 oranges, 2 and a half bananas and 19 grapes. Then ... here we go ! ... a quick blitz in the blender. Bzzz ! And tada, there you have it !

If you're eating more fruit, it's down to us - the gnome has nothing to do with it !

Innocent - pure fruitiness !

( PS it says "bouteille" which is bottle, even though it shows a carton which should be "briquette" or "brique")

(PPS For the "pure fruitiness"/"fruit in the nude" bit, it would be cool to dress up a banana as Jamie Oliver and leave it as "the naked fruit" !! )

The English team here fancied a shot at this. We've done our translation as a subtitle file for you to upload to YouTube alongside your video. You can grab the file from drop.io/internetsubtitling using the password "innocent".
Salut!
internetsubtitling.com

By the way...Wow, I'd like to know where to buy it where I live. Sounds amazing. OK..OK..I'm dyslexic. I heard Quatre-veignt Not Trente-quatre. Sorrrreeeeeee!

What no condoms?

(Sorry to the rest of the world - have just heard Dan speak at a conference so this will mean something to him)

I really should have paid more attention at school!

Hurrah! Someone subtitled it! Cheers to Rob Colling...

But while he was doing that, I made up my own little non-subtitled what-you-see-is-what-you-get deaf interpretation:

It's raining fruit in France and an Innocent Smoothie carton likes to disco dance (ha! I might be deaf but I know that rhymes).

Then the carton gets arrested and put in a line up with several smoothie bottles and a gnome who were all obviously misbehaving, too.

The gnome gets rumbled and exterminated. The smoothies reign on...

toot la froot

The end

Hi! To fill this Innocent carton we squeeze and blend:
34 strawberries,
6 apples,
2 oranges,
2 and a half bananas and
19 grapes.
A quick whizz in the blender and bingo! There you go! If you’re eating more fruit, it’s thanks to us. (Nothing to do with the gnome).
Innocent - sheer naked fruit!

Hello!
To fill up this bottle of Innocent, we squash/squeeze/press and we mix/blend thirty four strawberries, six apples, two oranges, two banana's and a half and nineteen grapes. And "hop", a little bit of the blender/mixer. There you go! If you eat more fruit... It's thanks to us! The dwarf has nothing to do with it. Innocent. The completely naked fruit!

Hello!

To fill this innocent carton, we squeeze and blend: 34 strawberries, 6 apples, 2 oranges, 2 and a half bananas, and 19 grapes. And 'op', a little blast of the blender, and voila there you go!

If you eat more fruit, it's thanks to us. The gnome had nothing to do with it. Innocent; completely naked fruit.

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