Anna asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 1 decade ago

what does "ik ben trots op je jumb, srry moest ff" mean?

4 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    It's Dutch :

    ik : I

    ben : am

    trots : proud

    op : of

    je : you or your

    srry : sms language = sorry : in Dutch we use the same word

    moest : had to / I had to

    ff : sms language = 'even' in Dutch = 'just' in English

    "srry moest ff" : I interpret this as :

    "sorry, I just had to say this"

    But the big secret in this sentence is 'jumb'.

    It looks English to me, but it's not a common word

    like the English 'sorry' in the Dutch language.

    You sure the spelling is correct?

    Edit #1 :

    I discovered something and I'm hoping to get an answer

    from someone about the word 'jumb'...

    I'll let you hear as soon as I got it.

    Edit #2 :


    I didn't get any answer so far from Amy-Loves-Fashion,

    but one part of Amy's message :

    voor judith! perfecte perfecte! ik ben trots op je jumb,

    srry moest ff .Cool set.

    is addressed to Judith-Fashionqueen.

    Amy is glad for Judith (one of Amy's favorites, just like you)

    that you made this set for her,

    and she thinks this set of yours is cool.

    Amy calls Judith 'jumb'.

    Now I think that 'jumb' means 'jumbo' in the sense of

    'super', 'genius', 'wizard'.

    So the translation would be, I think :

    (This has been made) for Judith! Perfect, perfect!

    I'm proud of you, giant.

    And this part is addressed to you

    (and to other members of Polyvore) :

    Sorry, I just had to say this. Cool set.

    Hope this helps and good luck!

    Source(s): How do I know? Just Googled, and I'm Dutch.
  • 1 decade ago

    "Ik ben trots op je" is Dutch for "I'm proud of you". The rest doesn't seem to mean anything.

  • 1 decade ago

    I am proud of you/your [jumb ?] sorry, must've... ff

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    im sorry fior that ..

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