adn ebbry wurd iz troo

cyooryus he sed tehn blinkd adn luukd at me askyoo
ai doent fink ai haz evver met ennywun kwite liek yoo
ai smyloled at him adn nodded adn dansed upon mai toez
adn wile he wozznt luukin ai kwikly boopd himz noes

ai’z a kitteh of menny cullurz mayd of fluff n stryng
can juss abowt do wot ai wunt eksept ai cannut syng
ai can nitt yoo a nyoo doggeh or carv yoo owt a hawse
rite a lernèd feesis or trayd stox on teh Bourse

iz nott taht ai am clebber thoe tehrez sum of taht ai sed
ai can conjoogayt irregyoolarly adn do hard sumz in mai hed
ai can speek elebenty langwajes non of wych egg cyst
adn it iznt wiedly noen butt ai tort Chubby hao tu twizt

tehrez storeez haz been told ai sed adn sum ar eeven troo
of hao ai bilt teh piramydz adn paynted teh sky bloo
of hao ai rescyood Lassie adn mayd Sauron a nyoo ring
butt doent beleev teh beggur wot telz yoo ai can sing

aiz elebenty yeerz owlder tahn teh plan net urf yoo see
tehre hazznt been a armee yett cud putt teh wind up me
wel luuk heer cumz a pleesman he can bak up wot ai sae
adn wen he turnd arownd tou luuk ai kwikly ran awae

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  1. tihs woz rijinully rit in ingerlish, butt teh subjek mattur sooted lolspeak so ai translayted it πŸ˜†

  2. I’m impressed by your lolspeek. The American in me struggled with “hawse” and “Bourse” until I realized that “hawse” might be “horse”… am I right in thinking that? (I might have written “howrse” since most Americans pronounce the “r”s all the time, even those of us from the Sa-ouf). πŸ™‚

    • Yes, that’s how I pronounce horse πŸ™‚ As for my lolspeak, I am a firm believer in: if it’s readable, it’s right. πŸ˜€

      • lolspeek does have flexible rules, lol. You are very fluent, though. I still have an accent, hehe. But I don’t practice much since it does tend to creep in and as an English teacher, well… that might be a bit confusing for the students… 😯 πŸ™‚

        • I’ve made a couple of faux pas like that πŸ™‚ but in my case, obviously, there are no consequences apart from feeling a bit silly, and I have never had a problem with silly πŸ˜€

  3. damommza

     /  October 24, 2011

    I read this on the train and laughed so hard at the Chubby Checker and the Twist reference that you could hear me at the other end of the car snorting! This is a powem of ossumness! and it’s very funny!

    Villow, sunovawot is so good at LOLish and he writes it fluently. I learned almost all of it that I know by reading his poems. Although there are no rules, there are standards and I use his to correct my own! πŸ™‚


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