Ihay olksfay. Romfay ownay on-ay I-ay am-y oingay otay ostpay in-ay Igpay Atinlay! For those of you who still don’t get it : THAT IS PIG LATIN. What’s that? What’s Pig Latin?!?!?! Well… um… thats hard to explain so I’ll let dictionary.reference.com do the work for me. Ok here’s what they say Igpay Atinlay is:
|a form of language, used esp. by children, that is derived from ordinary English by moving the first consonant or consonant cluster of each word to the end of the word and adding the sound (â), as in Eakspay igpay atinlay for “Speak Pig Latin.”|
Ok-ay, idday atthay elphay you-ay? If-ay otnay, anthay ooklay erehay. And I you still don’t get: click here quick. Ownay Iay ancay ypetay igpay atinlay in-ay eacepay. Eway eakpsay isthay in-ay aday anvay enwhay eway etgey oredbay, it-ay akesmay aday ideray oremay citingexay, and-ay unerfay. Ok I’v had enough pig latin.