Re: Invented (was and still is "lunatic")
|From:||Mathias M. Lassailly <lassailly@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, November 15, 1998, 9:14|
Just to pick up this thread for the (I hope) last time...
>No, Sally ! Here I pop out from my broom cupboard - hopla !
> On Mon, 9 Nov 1998, Logical Language Group wrote:
> > That's what I was saying. The English "invented" suggests completion, and
> > there is no easy way in English to express the incompletive termination of
> > inventing.
>Indeed, what kind of language is that ? In Joblang - our loglang - the word *invented*
mandatorily encodes aspects, time, mood, weather condition and - in case of
connection to *cooking* - the colour of the French cook's apron. That colour is
encoded blue-white-red, except when no French cook is involved (however with a
distinction as whether there is no French cook or no cook at all) which de
facto encodes no apron and thus no colour except in the case some French
argument is involved that is not a cook such as frog, snail or fries - or flies
given the frequent lapsus linguae among Japanese Joblangers. But THAT's another
story I won't tell right now (I fear for Bob stealing our genial yet
painstakingly elaborated ideas).
IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER : I'M JUST KIDDING - and you may also deride JOBLANG, we do not care, ha !
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