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10 hours ago, xox said:

teko čipr kdo fontele čizve 🙂

What language is that? Is that the Croatian version of Pig Latin?

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3 minutes ago, darreichungsform said:
10 hours ago, xox said:

teko čipr kdo fontele čizve 🙂

What language is that? Is that the Croatian version of Pig

Bingo! 🙂 we talked like that as children by adding our own twist so we were totally unintelligible to adults

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Yes

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18 minutes ago, xox said:

Bingo! 🙂 we talked like that as children by adding our own twist so we were totally unintelligible to adults

ome-hay ork-way ucks-say :fear:

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9 minutes ago, darreichungsform said:

ome-hay ork-way ucks-say :fear:

😂 something like that

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32 minutes ago, xox said:

😂 something like that

zvečis telefon kod priče tako

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Saatanan saatana!

 

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2 hours ago, darreichungsform said:

zvečis telefon kod priče tako

It’s: Tko te prči (jebe) dok telefon zvrči?

itz fun bc it rimes better when changed

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14 hours ago, darreichungsform said:

What language is that? Is that the Croatian version of Pig Latin?

I once sat across from two girls having a lengthy conversation in pig-latin on the bus, speaking at an extraordinarily fast pace.  Figured they were from some school for the gifted.  I deciphered literally none of it ftr, because that's how gifted I am.

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We had something alike here in Portugal but it was the language of p's... 

Adding a p after each vogal and that vogal again... It goes like:

Like = lipikepe

You = yopoupu

Corona = coporoponapa

I was never able to talk it fast enough and honestly was kinda jealous of whoever did it... :^(

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I heard that 'hoi' is sometimes used as a greet in Holland.

Hoisin sauce. 

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40 minutes ago, ooqpoo said:

I heard that 'hoi' is sometimes used as a greet in Holland.

Hoisin sauce. 

Hoisin sauce is a specialty of the Chinese restaurant in the red light district of Amsterdam.

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9 hours ago, rhmilo said:

Hoisin sauce is a specialty of the Chinese restaurant in the red light district of Amsterdam.

'Hello Sin' sauce  

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