I want to know what this means....
It was written like this in Spanish:
Que tengas buen dia besos pienso en ti mamasita que bonitas ojos tienes.
I used some spanish to english translator, and it didn't make ANY sense. haha.
Hi, just a guess, but sounds like the person said, (You) Have a good day...kisses, I think (you) have beautiful eyes.
Someone was flirting a bit.
hello HOT GIRL!! HOW ARE YOU? YOU ARE SO PRETTY and nice boddy, you are very special to me, you are on my heart hot girl!! i well send you my pictures ok
i hope my transacion help you ok adios amiga.
i hope you have nice kisses for you you're very HOT!! what beatiful eyes.
Can you translate this now'? hahaha.. I'm terrible at this.. but you translating for me helps me learn bigtime!!
hola mamsita como estas la verda que eres muy bonita y que buenos cuadros estas linda eres una persona especial para mi la verda que estas dentro de mi corazon mamasita yo temandare luego fotos mias ok besosos.
thank you so much. that was SOOO helpful!!!
You can't trust these translators. They only work for simple factual statements... sometimes. Also, your Spanish sentence has several horrible spelling and orthographic mistakes that change the meaning of the words and the sentences, and that confuses the translator, which cannot guess what the person means if you write "hud" instead of "hood" and things like that. If you try to translate "Tengo dos anos" instead of "Tengo dos años", the translator will rightfully translate as "I have two anusses" instead of of "I am two years old", which is the right translation for the right spelling.
A perfect translator (but not a magic one) should have done this:
That you have good "dia" kisses I think of you "mamasita" that beautiful women eyes you have.
But then, there are four sentences and no punctuations marks whatsoever, so the machine translates the whole thing as one sentence that makes no sense. If everything is properly written, it should be translated as:
(I hope) That you have a good day. Kisses. I think of you, "mamasita". What a beautiful eyes you have!
Now, this "mamasita" is a slang to address a woman. It sounds vulgar in some countries, but it is affectionate in others.
Besos = kisses