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RE: Filipino Gay Lingo
(09-21-2008 03:46 AM)qamibios Wrote: why do you discuss about gay, don;t you have any other interesting topics??
This topic is not about gays, but about the language created by them and told by anyone who chooses to use it. I too use this type of language because it makes me happy. "GAY" means happy, which definitely is the best word to describe this very colorful language.
Here in Cebu, we have a simpler form of the gay lingo... We usually invert the pronunciation of our terms, and to some extent, totally invert them at time (becuase a lot of boys nowadays understand visayan gay lingo!) We do have some vocabulary an here are examples:
pera (money) dada
ako (I, me) oka, okish, ox
wala (none, nothing) waz, awshang, aurora
ina, nanay (mother) amamia
kain (eat) lafang, noak(inverted)
maliit (small) gamz, yamag(inverted)
mataba (fat) kovmatch (inverted), yobab, yova
iyak (cry) kale-etch
ano (what) ashnu?(inverted), uzna?(inverted-inverted)
hi....i have a badingish aunt whom i love..but just recently, after failing her for not having sent her something she wanted- she sent me this message..."until now, wla ka pa ring hongkong"....anybody out there who knows what this is supposed to mean? please...cuz id really want to be able to respond to her..is she upset or what?
ask ko lang sa inyo kung paano sa tingin ninyo napapayaman ng gay lingo ang wikang Filipino?
just wanna ask u guys how gay lingo help enriched our national language?
i choose Gay lingo as my topic on our tesis