Let the Fight begin

“I suppose my translation is better than yours, because mine returns 130,000 Google hits, while yours a mere 1,300”. Where have I heard this before? Anyway, if size matters, and for what it’s worth, you may want to try Google Fight:

Google Fight

Simply type in the contenders, and let the fight begin.


One thought on “Let the Fight begin

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