Tuesday, May 7, 2013

The Language of Leave Me Alone

previous post: Feeling Stupid



  1. I would have used Pig Latin, but that’s just me.

  2. Dawn of the Dan

    As a native Milwaukeean, who grew up in Menomonee Falls, I very much enjoy this one.

    He could also have said “Kewaskam! Kewaskam Ashwaubanon Wautoma!”

  3. Idigi widigould hidigave yidigused gidigibbidigeridigish.

  4. They are certainly annoying. In 6 days I spent in Shanghai and Beijing, I met at least 7 women who “came from Western China, wanted to make friends and practice English, and suggested that we go drink a cup of tea… only for 10 minutes”. At least they should change their spill to make it more believable.

  5. ^ Did you by chance reply, “I’m not interested because I’m gay”?

  6. The ending would have been better if Kent got his ass Kung Fu-ed by the seller.

  7. @5 Haha… No. I was asexual when I was by myself in China.

  8. The language of “Jersey” would’ve been great as well.
    “Mahwah Ho-Ho-Kus Hopatcong Netcong Parsippany Whippany Piscataway Cheesequake!”

  9. @DawnoftheDan, I’m from Wisconsin too! I would even include my hometown in what I would say:

    “Waupaca markesan! Kenosha oneida fond du lac sheboygan!”

  10. Fake.

  11. Heheh. You could do the same thing with Washington too:

    “Wenatchee! Snoqualmie Nooksack Kittitas Ilwaco Chewelah!”

  12. Lodi Algoma! Omro Wausau Manawa!

    I ain’t actually lived in any of those particular cities, but it sounds a lot better (for these purposes) than “Sun Prairie, Madison, Columbus!”

  13. Dawn of the Dan

    Haha, loving all the Wisconsin shoutouts here.
    As funny as it is, I’ll be the one to ruin it by pointing out the fact that the guy from the posting was not actually “inventing a language,” as much as simply saying a bunch of random Algonquian words…

  14. Sounds legit to me.

  15. And in Louisiana: “Tchoupitoulas, Natchitoches, Opelousas, Houma, Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Char….ah shit, those last ones are just French 🙁

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