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"Parlo yore Sesamedue?"

Discussion in 'Sesame Worlds' started by Effralyo, Sep 8, 2005.

  1. Effralyo

    Effralyo Active Member

    Yes, you read right! It means "Do you speak Sesame?" in language I made up for the muppets long ago. Howcha`think, would it be nice for them - not only for SS characters, but for ALL of the muppets, - to have their own language? Afterall, these magic critters might have some magic features, including their speaking...
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  2. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    It would be great. Like how the Kilongons, and the Vulcons have languages that people speak. And now that you have told us a little of yours, we must have more!

    What other phrases have you invented?
  3. Effralyo

    Effralyo Active Member

    Well, I thought that the Muppets with their face building might use many sonorous sounds ( do you remember the names of Gyokkee-Gyokkayree and Gwendeleeke?)- e.g., such names of my fan muppets as Mr. Yeodd, Tandreleek, Gleemmy Glee, Deldambuddy, or glees like "tangerlangerlan..." - well, all those GYOOS and KYOOS, KIONGS and TDANGS, or such a funny sound as "DRLANK!"
    -The phrase "Wanna hug ya Beau!" in Sesame will look like:
    Imro gyirk a goyteire yore, Beau!
    And the suffix "-goit" has the same meaning as the word "sweet" or "honey", or "darling".
    The greeting, since not way long, sounds like Gamarjoba! And "Goodbye" (thanx to Obelix for some reason) will be Gabblegabble.
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  4. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Wow! Awesome! *updating signiture*
  5. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Not to mention how Animal speaks!
  6. Effralyo

    Effralyo Active Member

    Just decided to cheer up anyone looking here, and here`s even a song in Sesame. It`s a twist. I can give the translated version later, and now - here`s the original. Since it`s difficult to put the accords properly here, here`s their color code: C, Am, Dm, G.

    Do-do-do-dorkayde, do-do-do-re, esteriknow dioykeda/a/ar,
    Tangerlan dorkay-de it/ta-glo-re o -
    Ongyoleen tokkeda/ar;
    Do-do-do-dorkayde, do-do-do-re, shaktis-baktis in-geloit,
    Do-do-do-dorkayde, din-da-fio-re, hey dofren Itag-goit!-Wah-hohoo!-
    Tin dioy-kedar,-
    Dyongioleen sing-do,
    Tondelindo ay do,
    U/ulagii/diooo -
    Goudesekto wahed lar!-
    Do-do-do-dorkayde, do-do-do-re, esteriknow dioykedar,
    Do-do-do-dorkayde, do-do-do-re, halmi sibro hoykeDAR!
    Do-do-do-dorkayde, do-do-do-re, ogyrlogy dioykedar,
    Odorande Cisar ow fingyore habble
    Sing-do, hogg-lo, hegg-lo, higgla-rig-do/ooo
    Dorkelinde ai-do,
    Sing tondelinde-ay-do,
    ("bare" music)
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