Everyone who has taken a foreign language class has at least thought about getting some homework assistance from Google Translate. Those of us who have actually gone through with it typically discover that what we thought would be a perfect translation is instead a horror show of inverted syntax and poor grammar, a bastardization of the language entirely different from what you meant. (Basically: the foreign language version of forgetting the comma in "I'm going to eat, Grandma.")
The guys at CDZA make that point in a pretty funny new clip that has them running the well-known lyrics of Will Smith's "Fresh Prince" theme through Google Translate 64 times, then taking what remains and translating it back into English. All but the first verse is translated, and the translations run down each of the most spoken languages. Finally, if you're wondering why they would do this, they give this answer in the YouTube description: "We have no idea why we did this."