li! (Was: Re: Naming mp3 players and Yakuza was Re: Comparison of philosophical languages)
|From:||H. S. Teoh <hsteoh@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, January 22, 2003, 13:14|
On Wed, Jan 22, 2003 at 12:39:45PM +0100, Daniel Andreasson Vpc-Work wrote:
> > Well, it's your choice, since after all, one of the rules of the
> > language is that you can coin any combination you like. It's up to us
> > poor saps to try to figure out what the heck you said. But, if I may
> > impose myself, I think that it _definitely_ ought to include "li"
> > somewhere in it. :)
> LOL! This whole discussion is pretty li. I wonder what my neighbor Li
> would have to say about that. :)
LOL!! (Recalls an argument somebody made earlier, that people have very
little motivation to learn a language that sounds silly... I mean,
si-*li*... nothing like being asked to learn a language in which your name
> I get a feeling that "li" will be the new conlang catch phrase.
> "Oh my god! That's so li!" :)[snip]
ROFL!!! Well, *I'm* going to start using it, whether or not it catches on.
Is it a coincidence that one of our conlang catch phrases happen to be
Hmm, according to the Ygyde noun/prefix tables, "maggelity" (or more
precisely, 'magelity') appears to mean "detector environment absurd
country". I'm not sure what that may mean; maybe Christophe can enlighten
us. Or maybe it's all just li. :-P
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