The Weirdest Ways People Have Found My Sinhala Blog – A Happy Post From Dubai

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Taken from my phone camera. Look at how well it came out!!!

 

It’s around 9.30 a.m. and I’m in the best of moods! I find myself on a short holiday in Dubai again. 2nd time in 6 months… And I feel happy and extremely fortunate!

I’m having a coffee by myself at the hotel lobby waiting for my ‘sleepy-head’ friend to wake up after the late night-out we had. I put away my crossword puzzle and decide to check my Keyword Searches on Google Analytics for fun.

(In case you’re unfamiliar… “Keywords” are basically what you type into Google when you’re looking for something on the internet.  For example, many of you found my blog by searching for “learn Sinhala”. The Analytics Tool gives website owners like me a full list of all the searched keywords that led visitors to our sites. Got it?)

Here’s the thing… I swear I didn’t expect to chuckle so much while going down the list! There was erm… much more than just “learn Sinhala”…

My friend is probably not going to show up anytime soon (a veritable ‘Diva’ who must have 10-hours of beauty sleep) and I’m “right” now in the “right” mood to “write” (how’s that for clever alliteration?!!). So I thought I’d take advantage of this time as well as this “happy” mood I seem to be in and share with you all a selection of my favorite & weirdest search words.

(Note: You won’t learn any Sinhala in this post. It’s just a fun post that I did for my own amusement. You might be wasting your time right now…).

 

Edit: Just so you know, I’m already back from my break and am publishing this post from Colombo. I only did the first draft in that hotel lobby.

The 4 Types That I’ve Divided Them Into:

 

  • Type 1:  Lovey-Dovey Ones That’ll Make You Go “Awww…”
  • Type 2:  Sad Ones That’ll Make you go “Ohhh…”
  • Type 3:  Weird Ones That’ll Make You Go “Huh?!!”

And I’ve saved the BEST for last:

  • Type 4:  Twisted Ones That’ll Make You Go “Ewww!!!”

 

Now the most common type of search was a variant of “Lazy But Smart Sinhala”. People came sooooo close with attempts such as “easy but lazy sinhala”, “smart but easy sinhala”, and even “lazy but fun sinhala” (which I’ll take as a huge compliment).

But I won’t bore you with these. Let’s get to the good ones instead. I’ve tried not to make too many spelling/grammar corrections to keep them authentic.

Remember, 100% true.

Enjoy!

 

Type 1: Lovey-Dovey Ones That’ll Make You Go “Awww…”

how we can say you are in soft corner of my life in Sinhala
How to say I miss you baby in Sri Lanka Sinhala
How to know if a girl like you in Sinhala language
How do I say you speak so cute in Sinhala
I want to kiss u in Sri Lankan language
How impress girl Sinhala blogs
Translate I’m very happy to have you in Sinhala
Ways to keep your boyfriend happy in Sinhala
How to express my love in Sinhalese language
How to say I am inside your heart in Sinhala
Find future wife Sinhala

 

Type 2: Sad Ones That’ll Make you go “Ohhh…”

How to say I don’t love you in Sinhala
I have no girlfriend in Singhala
No more girls in my life Sinhala meaning
No one to love me Sinhala
You hate me in Sinhala
Don’t forget me translate in Sinhala

 

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Type 3: Weird Ones That’ll Make You Go “Huh?!!”

I’m a Sri Lankan how I get love from white girl
How to make your woman happy in Sinhala reader
Duties click on wife to husband in Sinhala
What do you call your husband after marriage in Sinhala
Sinhala female English teachers for friendship

 

Type 4: Twisted Ones That’ll Make You Go “Ewww!!!” (Kids, block your ears)

How to make happy wife on bed Sinhala
Sinhala aunty intercourse
Sinhala pukin veediyo
Can I eat you in Sinhalese?
Sinhala love juus

 

I’ll say it again, 100% TRUE!!! Haha, you can imagine my shock too!

So anyway, that brings to an end my little “good-mood” post.

QUESTION for you before I go:

Which one was your favorite? Tell me in the comments below.

I’ll do the courtesy of going first:

I apologize in advance but mine would certainly HAVE to be “Sinhala love juus”! Seriously, what the hell was this guy looking for?! :-)

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One last photo to end this post. Dubai Marina in all its magnificence!

 

 

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30 Responses to The Weirdest Ways People Have Found My Sinhala Blog – A Happy Post From Dubai

  1. Anja May 18, 2014 at 14:06 #

    Definitely

    “I’m a Sri Lankan how I get love from white girl” !!!

    Dear stranger,
    you get love from white girl if you treat her like a ladyyy :)

  2. shilpa May 18, 2014 at 14:29 #

    Sinhala aunty intercourse….bwahahahahah….i jus cnt stop laughing at dis post of urs…!!!! you just made my day..lolz..;)

    • Dilshan Jayasinha May 18, 2014 at 17:14 #

      Awesome! So I’m not the only one who find these lines hilarious. I was pretty impressed by the wide variety of needs my blog visitors seem to have, haha.

  3. Elizabeth May 18, 2014 at 14:55 #

    Hello Dilshan

    Very beautiful sights. Hope you had a lovely time during these holidays with your
    friend/s.
    Anyways, how are you & your trip to our beloved country Sri Lanka? If I find the
    necessary funds, my first chance is to visit SL. I do miss SL weather badly compared
    to Calgary.

    Take care & please keep in touch.
    Elizabeth

    • Dilshan Jayasinha May 18, 2014 at 17:17 #

      Thanks Elizabeth, yes I had an amazing time there. I’m really enjoying my time here in Sri Lanka. Started driving in Colombo after 13 years and it all came back naturally (I mean, I drove in Monaco too but driving in Colombo is ‘slightly’ different, haha).

      Hope the weather in Calgary gets better soon. Take care and you too, please do stay in touch.

      • Elizabeth May 19, 2014 at 17:25 #

        Hello Dilshan

        As I have already mentioned, it’s close to 11 years I have not visited SL. All my working life was in Colombo beginning with a Law Firm in Hultsdorf, up to the time I migrated in 2003, while still working at Associated Electrical Corporation.
        Any change in Fort & Pettah. Well Sri Lanka diving is from the right side. Is that the difference you mean? A skilled driver is bound to get used to the difference.
        At last Calgary is done with snow, but now rain has started. I like rain. Today it is cloudy & cooling. Much better than the white stuff or the piercing sun.
        Take care & keep in touch.
        Bye
        Elizabeth

        • Dilshan Jayasinha May 19, 2014 at 17:39 #

          Hi again,

          There are lots of changes in Fort & Pettah. I’m sure you’ll be impressed.

          About the driving, no, the left-hand right-hand switch was the easy part. I was referring to how relaxed most of our people are with the road rules, haha. But like I said, I find it easier (and more fun) to drive here. It’s in the blood I guess :)

          • Elizabeth May 22, 2014 at 16:28 #

            Hello Dil

            Yes you are a full blooded Sri Lankan all International Boy.

            How’s that?

            Keep going.

          • Dilshan Jayasinha May 23, 2014 at 06:19 #

            Ha! That sounds perfect. Now if only I could find my old CV, I shall introduce myself like that right at the top :)

  4. peter kocsis May 18, 2014 at 15:44 #

    Hi Dilshan !

    Like Shilpa, I opt too for “Sinhala aunty intercourse”

  5. Heather May 18, 2014 at 16:33 #

    Dilshan,
    Good on you for the vacation!!!! I almost fell off my couch laughing… these are absolutely hilarious… I have to say my favorite was “Can I eat you in Sinhalese?” Any thoughts of obliging for some translation? Hee hee
    My learning is progressing well… and I am going to send the LBSS link to my boyfriend. I can’t wait to hear what he says about it!

    • Dilshan Jayasinha May 18, 2014 at 17:23 #

      Hi Heather…

      Well… I’m assuming you asked for the translation only to understand the sentence structure in Sinhala, right? ;)

      How can I say no. Here you go:

      “Can I eat you?” = ma∙tȧ o∙yaa∙vȧ kan∙nȧ pu∙lu∙wan∙dhȧ?

      Hope that helps (with your Sinhala learning of course :))

  6. Andrea May 18, 2014 at 17:24 #

    Hi Dilshan,

    seems that your blogs up to now did not match with everybody`s interests. Thanx a lot for sharing this information with the average clientel. I must confess that I am not yet able to laugh because I have not yet realized what you have posted there. It is not easy to say which one`s my favourite. I am fluctuating between love juus, aunty intercourse and can I eat you….. :) Now while I am writing it the laughing starts…..

    Very very nice photos from Dubai especially the first one with the morning scenery (?) without (disturbing) hotel guests. Mirroring palms in the pool and the impressive skyscrapers in the background.

    Many greetings from Germany (sunny, 22 degrees, I feel good, doo, doo doo doo doo doo dood…)

    Andrea

    • Dilshan Jayasinha May 18, 2014 at 17:41 #

      Hi Andrea, how are you?!

      That’s funny how the laughter gradually coming to you :) It gets better when you think of how disappointed he or she must have been when they came to my blog (because as far as I know – and I’ve written every single word on this blog – I’m sure I’ve never spoken about love juus anywhere..)

      About the photos, they’re great, aren’t they? I too was amazed at how nicely they came out. The first one was taken at sunset, FYI.

      22 degrees in Europe must be wonderful. Late spring was easily my favorite time of the year. The summer in Monaco used to get a little too hot even for a Sri Lankan man like me :)

      Enjoy and speak to you again soon!

  7. Haroun May 18, 2014 at 17:30 #

    This is the best! Can I eat you in Sinhalese?

    • Dilshan Jayasinha May 18, 2014 at 17:49 #

      Haha, I know. But we shouldn’t jump to any nasty conclusions. Maybe it’s just someone very well-mannered who always gets permission from his food before he eats it?

  8. Kevin May 19, 2014 at 08:21 #

    I would have to agree with Haroun “Can I eat you in Sinhalese?” it just doesn’t get any better then that.

    • Dilshan Jayasinha May 19, 2014 at 09:09 #

      Agreed. Just thought about it now, I wonder if he meant “bite” instead? Not that I’m saying that it’s any less strange. I’ve just heard a number of people confuse those 2 words in English (in Sri Lanka). Either way, I guess we’ll have to use our imagination to figure out what his story was, haha.

  9. Domoina May 19, 2014 at 08:40 #

    Hi Dilshan
    Good pick as always :)
    Me too i wonder what this guy meant… juus.. maybe it is juice ? like mango juice LOL
    Have a nice week.

    • Dilshan Jayasinha May 19, 2014 at 09:11 #

      Oh yeah Domoina… I’m suuuuuuuure that’s what he meant. Mango juice ;)

      Bonne semaine à toi aussi!

  10. Andrea May 19, 2014 at 11:14 #

    Hi Dilshan,

    it´s me again. Would be nice if we could get an update of this post when you have collected enough new strange requests.

    My mind is still engaged with the intentions of these people. I brought myself to choose my favourite, it´s “can I eat you”.

    Greetings to all of you

    Andrea

    • Dilshan Jayasinha May 19, 2014 at 11:43 #

      That’s amazing! Today, I was actually thinking that I’ll wait another 8-12 months and see if I have enough new strange keywords to do a “Part 2” of this post!

  11. Julie May 19, 2014 at 19:05 #

    Hi Dilshan,
    I vote for the Sinhala love juus….
    for me it was the top – and unfortunatly end of your collection…

    I was laughing so much when I’ve read your list.

    But the meaning of “juus”… !? – Maybe he meant juice – but this would also be weird to look for :-)
    Maybe it was a very serious or somehow cautios guy who was looking for something like Sinhala love laws (derived from ius = ius congens) or something like that…!?!

    Haha, but Dilshan… you are absolutely right… these topics are all kind of different to the issues in your blogs… only the “love blog” could satisfy them a little (!!) bit … hehe :-)

    I am looking forward to your result of the favorites ;-)

    (BTW: Two times in Dubai in only 6 month… uuuuuhhh… not bad. And your pics are great!)

    Julie

    • Dilshan Jayasinha May 20, 2014 at 08:03 #

      Hi Julie! Well, “Sinhala Love Laws”, that’s a new suggestion, haha. I also like how you’ve imagined this guy to be serious and cautious. That’s a little too generous of you…

      About Dubai, yes, not bad at all :) Like I said I feel very fortunate about it. Amazing place.

  12. mja May 19, 2014 at 19:30 #

    How to make happy wife on bed Sinhala was my favourite :) sthutie for the share

    • Dilshan Jayasinha May 20, 2014 at 08:04 #

      Hi Mja, I’m actually relieved that he chose to search for “bed” and not any other piece of furniture in the house… :)

  13. Jane May 20, 2014 at 02:17 #

    Hi Dilshan,

    Nice Dubai photo, I think I will be sharing the same view this weekend. Going to practice Sinhala for a few days. Loved the blog, “how do I get love from a white girl”, definitely my favourite.

    • Dilshan Jayasinha May 20, 2014 at 08:07 #

      Hi Jane, glad that you liked the blog post, thanks for commenting. Enjoy the view this weekend!

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