Someone I know pretty well sent me an e-poster. I loved the poster but could make no sense whatsoever of the conversation with this person's colleague that was also part of the email. It began:
Which received the reply:
Have you fallen a marklar yet?
Please make this week super punch and roundhouse week. You know she will volunteer 1st before she even knows that she will be the punch bag/roundhouse guinea pig. Trust me if you do not do it, I will, and probably in the middle of the office. Work is poopy par parp!
So I asked. I had to, even though it involved showing my age:
Please provide a translation. Did a girl get hurt? Should I tell the police it was your idea?
I was particularly enthusiastic to know what:
...ooonanga.chapitout lefemme? Baboushka mamma...
(from another part of the email) meant.
I deserved it. Reply follows:
Fair point. Me and P speak a kind of hybrid language, part French & part alien. Ooonanga should be pronounced U Marga and stems from the time that M, a French guy who works here came to see our manager. Manager wasn't there, so I advised him that said manager would be back to her desk in 30 mins and also that I would leave a message if he needed. He said, 'Can you get her to call me, it's M.' But I heard 'U Maraga!' U Maraga has now become a form of salutation + a whole lot more!
Chapitout is a kind of French and doesn't really mean anything. Marklar is a useful word from South Park (Aliens episode) where the Aliens swap every noun, pronoun, adjective and verb with Marklar. I.e. my marklar is marklar in the marklar marklar = my finger is stuck in the plug hole.
The rest is b*llocks.
Don't worry about the girl. She didn't become the roundhouse guinea pig... P is a kick boxer and has recently started training nights up. Some of the people from work have been going including a particularily annoying girl. She must have been especially annoying that day, thus the e-mail.
Dontcha just love that expression, 'The rest is b*llocks.' The rest?
Now marklar marklaring and marklar on with the marklar or Marklar will be marklar when she marklars marklar from marklar. I have a new weapon of blog confidentiality and can be freely rude to all and sundry.