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Useful phrases in the state of Charter by Pekkis on 24 October 2011 8:48am
 
Some useful phrases and idiotisms in foreign (that's the language spoken in the state of Charter (third phase)). For the sake of clarity, we have translated the phrases in finnish.

Go odmor ning! - Hyvää huomenta!
Go odaft ernoon! - Hyvää päivää!
Go odeve ning! - Hyvää iltaa!
Go odni ght! - Hyvää yötä!
Notsoter rible - Hyvä!
Notsoter rific - Huono!
We llwe ll! - Hyvä, hyvä!
Wel lwel l! - Hyvä kaivo!
(huomatkaa fundamentaalinen ero kahden edellisen lauseen tavutuksessa! - N.B. the fundamental difference in the hyphenation in the two previous phrases!)
Idli kethe menuple ase! - Ruokalista, kiitos!
Teaan dlem onple ase! - Teetä ja sitruunaa, kiitos!
Wat neysre dbar relple ase! - Olut, kiitos!
Fi shandchi psple ase! - Kalaa ja perunoita, kiitos!
Than kyou! - Kiitos!

 
Re: Useful phrases in the state of Charter by Ken Dunn on 11 December 2011 7:40pm
 
To begin with I thought this was two foreign languages but on looking closely at the phrases on the left hand side you have:
Good morning
Good afternoon
etc.
until one near the bottom is:
Watneys red barrel please!

Please and thank you in Finnish seem to be the same - kiitos.

~

Please is ole hyva or something near that. Thank you is kiitos.
 
Re: Useful phrases in the state of Charter by Pekkis on 14 December 2011 8:08pm
 
No w!

Yo uha veno t
rea dyour
Car Lbarks.

An dth eon ecen tmagen ta.
Th egil dedma n.

An dwat neysre dbar relple ase!

Is a phrase always near the bottom...
 
Re: Useful phrases in the state of Charter by Pekkis on 15 December 2011 9:35pm
 
Toil et pap erple ase - vessapaperia, kiitos.

Dou ble dou ble toil an dtrou ble fir ebur nandca uldr onbub ble - the three witches of Thamel, please...
 
Re: Useful phrases in the state of Charter by Lounge Trekker on 23 December 2011 2:28am
 
Yo u'reafu nnygu y Pekkis. Anewla nguageth atavo idssu chthi ngsli kespel lingan dgra mmera staug hti nsch ools.

Lo ungetr ek ker
 
Re: Useful phrases in the state of Charter by Pekkis on 12 January 2012 8:02am
 
Imno tafu nnygu yata ll.

Imre allyde adse rious.


Not abene!

Hal ibutsa reta ugh tin deepsch ools.
 
Re: Useful phrases in the state of Charter by johnnyBgood! on 12 January 2012 11:12am
 
dolp hinsa ret aug htbyi po dstheseda ysihe ar
 
Re: Useful phrases in the state of Charter by Pekkis on 14 January 2012 3:04pm
 
No w!

Thi sthi ngisg ettinga bitto osil ly!
Sha llwe keepi tthataw ay! Ay?
Iho pethegra mmaravo idsitse lfasfasasth elan guageel volves.

Pekkis
 
Re: Useful phrases in the state of Charter by Loretto on 14 January 2012 3:20pm
 
English is a rapidly changing language Pekkis. It does evolve but hopefully not into the coded words you are using. It is a bit silly, but clever though.

:-)
 
Re: Useful phrases in the state of Charter by Pekkis on 14 January 2012 4:01pm
 
Foreign has nothing to do with english.
It's only spoken in the state of Charter (third phase).
And has no coded messages.
It's a language solely spoken by the natives.
-Honestly, I've been heard tell.
 
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