We did actually come close to making a random comment on Facebook or the Twitter. That would have been weird, if we'd actually gone back to Twitter. I feel like Twitter is a dangerous place, and yet I don't really see it being more dangerous than Facebook. But anyway, there was this guy and people kept talking about how somebody beat him in a direct confrontation, as opposed to, like, sneaking up on him or something, and it just would have been so much easier to translate a couple of lines to something about "killing him to his face," and we considered going onto social media and just saying something about wishing the phrase "kill [someone] to [his or her] face" was a normal thing to say in English. (Unfortunately, the facial expressions and tone of those conversations were not conducive to silly translations.) I think the main thing holding me back is I'm not sure even half our Facebook friends know that we're translators (and so wouldn't understand the comment), and Twitter is just a little too intimidating at this point.
Today I'm thankful for making fairly good progress on this translation, the deluxe jumbo cupcakes we got a Bread Day yesterday, being done with doing the laundry, the lovely rain we had most of the day, and not having rain when we were doing laundry.