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posted on Oct, 8 2012 @ 01:57 PM
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Oooops I hit the create button to soon....please be patient while I type the darn post....thx
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posted on Oct, 8 2012 @ 02:07 PM
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Okay....

Another member posted an original puzzle to solve yesterday and I had fun working on it.
www.abovetopsecret.com...

So I decided to post something original to me and my family.

It is a "secret" language we have used to communicate within our family for years. Unfortunately
everyone that used this language has died and only I am left with the secret.

My family called this "Cussing" and we would use it for fun and to stay sharp, and of course, just in case,
it would or could be used in a dangerous situation to communicate secretly in front of others.

So here goes....A short message for you to decipher....

Mum yak nun a mum eee i sus gug i lul. I mum a tut rur u cut kus dud rur i vuv eee rur fuf rur o mum
tut eee x a sus. I lul o vuv e pup u zuz zuz lul ee sus.

So there ya go....a secret language you can teach your children. It is pretty unique.

u2u me if you figure it out please so others can have some fun...
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posted on Oct, 8 2012 @ 02:25 PM
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Originally posted by rival
Mum yak nun a mum eee i sus gug i lul. I mum a tut rur u cut kus dud rur i vuv eee rur fuf rur o mum
tut eee x a sus. I lul o vuv e pup u zuz zuz lul ee sus.


My name is Gil. I'm a truck driver from Texas. I love puzzles.

Hope you don't use that for any valuable family secrets. It's about as secure as double ROT-13 encryption.
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posted on Oct, 8 2012 @ 02:36 PM
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Yep, that's it.

Not for family secrets


But I always imagined a scenario where the family was held captive or something and
we could use this to set up a counter-attack to free ourselves....like....

you distract him and I'll hit him



posted on Oct, 8 2012 @ 02:37 PM
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My name is Gil. I'm a truck driver from Texas. I love puzzles.

Easy.



posted on Oct, 8 2012 @ 02:40 PM
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Got it as well.

One last thing....as a written language this is not very effective but when spoken it is very confusing
and nearly indecipherable....we only spoke this aloud.



posted on Oct, 8 2012 @ 02:42 PM
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Hi Gil

people are quick and good
It looked like to me an Alien language not from earth


i had no idea what was all those mum (3 times)
i though you were speaking about your mom LOL
but im ready to learn it (love learning new stuff)

was interesting thanks for sharing !
must sound like the Klingon in Startrek
must be funny to hear how it really sound like

im a bad linguist lol
need to complete my C3PO robot first to help me out with different languages


your from Texas !!!! the state of RON PAUL !!!
my Master (im his Padawan) lol
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posted on Oct, 8 2012 @ 02:53 PM
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Thx....it is a unique language that is really easy to learn to speak.

Rules for consonants are add a "U" between the same letter...as in..."B" is bub..."P" is pup

"C" is cut
"J" is judge
"K" is kuss
"Q" is que
"W" is wuv
"X" is x
"Y" is yak

and the vowels are sounded out...aaa eee i o and you

Tut rur yak i tut o you tut lul o you dud....i tut i sus rur e a lul lul yak e a sus yak



posted on Oct, 8 2012 @ 03:26 PM
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Originally posted by rival
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Thx....it is a unique language that is really easy to learn to speak.

Rules for consonants are add a "U" between the same letter...as in..."B" is bub..."P" is pup

"C" is cut
"J" is judge
"K" is kuss
"Q" is que
"W" is wuv
"X" is x
"Y" is yak

and the vowels are sounded out...aaa eee i o and you

Tut rur yak i tut o you tut lul o you dud....i tut i sus rur e a lul lul yak e a sus yak




Thanks .. it is quite clever


it remind me a bit when i was working on the phone(IT) with the customers
asking for their names when they call
i hate loosing time with names on the phone trying to search them in the system
so this letters system was very usefull

A- Alpha
S-Sierra
G-Golf
L-Lima
Z- Zoolou
Y-Yankey
etc ..

but its not a very secret language .. everyone use it

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posted on Oct, 8 2012 @ 09:11 PM
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As kids my extended family used avanish. You put the syllable "avan" after every syllable. It is quite repetitive, but for short messages, when spoken quickly, it is a mess.

Instead of "yes" we'd say "yavaness savanir" ("yes,sir") I remember using it to agree on a story when dealing with the police while in college.





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