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Re: Spoken Conlangs
On Tue, 24 Mar 1998, Sally Caves wrote:
> How would I feel about Teonaht becoming the intimate language
> of a stranger? I think I'd feel a little proprietary, jealous
> glossopoeist that I am, and want to stand over you in your intimate
> moments and correct your grammer. And that of your beloved.
> ;-) ;-) ;-) ;-) ;=) :*
I think Brithenig is a good language, but because there are people out
there who want to share with me what they think, criticize and make
recommendations, put up with my excesses and maybe try their hand at
learning Brithenig or explore it's world that I think it is a better
language. If I can ensure that Brithenig outlives me then I can be happy.
> What about the
> Brithenig, Padraic and Andrew? Do they combine laverbread and linguini?
> ;-) Caws pobi and antipasto?
I have no idea of the Chomro's eating habits. I wish I did - speckled
bread, toasted cheese...If you eat pasta and antipasto - do you still feel
hungry?! I am a competant, but not a accomplished cook and I have no
idea how to create a Romano-British cruisine. Now there's something else
to discuss (you should have read the fun we had talking about a flag for
the Kemrese nation!)
Andrew Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Life is short, so am I...