RPG Forums Online
<img src="/forum/images/index/languages.jpg" height=40 width=40 align=left hspace=12 border=0>A forum for discussions relating to fantasy languages, including lessons on learning to speak and write in a fantasy language, language guides and other related resources.
5 posts • Page 1 of 1
It means This is a stupid launguage and should not have been created.
You thought I was just a jester well think again
you're all mean
Last edited by derdderd on Wed Jun 20, 2007 10:58 pm, edited 1 time in total.
derdderd wrote:fine I will say it again it is not smart it is one free karma and 150 credits
It certainly isn't smart, my little sunbeam. Look at the groups of letters:
Just the top row of numbers on the keyboard, all in order, including the hyphen and equals sign.
Ooh, look. The second row of letters, including the two pieces of punctuation at the end.
Gasp. What a surprise. The third row of letters, including the punctuation mark to the right of 'm', being a comma ( , ).
(Psst, I think someone followed a pattern here)
Aww... Someone has run out of rows of letters, haven't you? 'P' is diagonally right above 'L', diagonally right above the comma key, which is to the right of 'M'.
And this tries to make it look like an insult.
And for the first post...
Oh. My. God. How utterly mindless...
The top row of letter keys, all pressed from left to right. The slash indicates the start of the row.
Again, the number row of keys, including punctuation and symbols, all pressed from right to left. The beginning hyphen and asterisk are just pointless key-taps, and again, the slash indicates the start of the new line.
Yup. Shockingly, the third/bottom row of letters, including some punctuation, all tapped from the full-stop through to 'Z'
Wow. How unexpected. I most definitely wouldn't imagine you guessed that this is the middle row of letter keys on a normal keyboard, all tapped from right to left, including two pieces of punctuation either side, assuming there is some. The plus sign ( + ) I'd imagine is just there to confuse.
Now then. Again, merely a pattern visible on a keyboard. 1 is above 'q', which is above 'a' which is above 'z'. 2 is above 'w' which is above 's' above 'x'. Another really simple pattern. By 0, the same happens, only including punctuation. Then, a hyphen and an equals sign are used to represent numbers.
Not so much gibberish. More, simple patterns.
Thank you for stamping out two minutes of my boredom, mate.
Oh, by the way: You spelled gibberish wrong...
'And we're going to keep on running, you and me,'
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest