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What Did Jabba Say?: Star Wars Huttese Translator Ring

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This is a $14 spinning decoder ring that lets you write and translate Huttese (the language of the Hutts, like Jabba). It couldn't have come at a better time either, because I just intercepted a message from another Hutt crime lord. It reads, "Jabba panwa waffmula chone patogga che lickmoomoo". So far I've got, "Jabba gobbles dingdongs, please don't salt my tail." Not gonna lie, I almost feel bad for the Bothans that died to bring us this information.

Thanks to Claire, who wears a different decoder ring on every finger because she has a lot of friends who write in different languages. WELL WELL WELL, MISS POPULAR.

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  • mesa

    Lickmoomoo means dessert in huttese. Look it up on this website: http://www.completewermosguide...
    Dont know where you got the tail thing from.

    The bothans definately wasted their lives if it was about Jabba eating dessert.

  • DouchMcDouche

    Eh, I must own everything star wars related.

  • Vladeon

    Or, you could just bring up any of the many English to Huttesse translation charts that are available for free on the internet. All of which do the exact same thing for you. Unless you want portability. In that case, why the hell would you need an English to Huttesse decoder ring "on the go?" What a waste of money.

  • It's not particularly pretty.

  • transliterate

  • Nick Vaccaro

    Why the hell would a decoder ring spin? Either it's translating to an "alien" language, or it's a Caesar shift mechanism. You can't have it both ways. But on the plus side, it comes with 14 free dollars worth of buyer's remorse.

  • Easier to read when it's on your finger- simpler to spin if it has bearings.

  • amish_vampire

    he he. lickmoomoo..

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