the language made when a person learning j-panese puts in english words when they don’t know the vocbulary.
1. kyou, kaimono de -clothes- wo kaimash-ta
(today, i bought -clothes- at the shop.)
2. jimmy doesn’t know the words for the activities he did on holidays, so he’s writing his holiday recount in jinglish.
the language my hubby (with the initial j)speaks when he is incredibly drunk.
“abububjlle!” he said in jinglish as he raised another pint.
is a type language that is spoken by a chinese person that lives in australia. is not as good as english, but better than chinglish. often spoken by people with the name jin.
jin speaks jinglish.
- Got weight
an object, phrase, or experience that is by nature really awesome or phat “wow man your new rims got weight ” “holy cr-p dude that purp’s got weight” “nifty i just found twenty bucks” “sweet that’s got weight”
a sound or music that is pleasant to listen to what is this glorious eargay we’re listening to? it’s mozart. oh, how lovely.
just the way to pr-nounce “always” i will allus love you
about getting ready to go do something “i’m finago smoke, do you want to come?”
the very covert act of replacing numbers with words. can be very broadly applied, ranging from single-digit characters to very large integers. originated from wwi american to british secret transmissions. very effective if there is a third party who is not in-the-know. mcginty-won : twenty-one dixie chicks : sixty-six p-n-s hunger i implore : three-hundred […]