WallOfStuff wrote:This is satire, right?
Pasie wrote:I actually find the purpose of this neat. Imagine being born in hell. That would be home- the infinite flames, the constant war, etc. I guess your dead, evil, soulless parent(s) would still love you, so you'd grow up normal, but more war like?
Pasie wrote:Could I use this concept for a book?
Pasie wrote:Anyways, about the conlang. I love the hundreds of consonants and vowels. It makes it more mystifying. But it would be easy if it were your native tongue. I like how to letters look together.
Pasie wrote:I really like you conlang!
Koko wrote:Why is it I see no velar trill, hmm? Thou hast thine voiced ejectives, thine uvular fricative trills, and even thine many linguolabials. Surely thou hast not forgotten the velar trill?
Naava wrote:Ok your conlang made me actually say aloud mitä vittua when I saw it for the first time, and my wtf-feeling did not decrease while reading this. Awesome.
Naava wrote:It would be so cool to actually hear someone speaking in this language because even writing its name would be a Fear Factor challenge for me (and likely for most of us because X̋uňnıňıďrşřʻaqm̧əḩdätčïftďıýağeł whaaaat, good luck for those learning to write if this is your mother tongue!)
Naava wrote:Anyway, I'm interested to see what will happen next. You really need to make some grammar things. Btw, are you planning to have like all grammatical cases etc you can find from Wikipedia? Because that would go very nicely with this phonology. Or the opposite, having almost no conjugations or cases.
Naava wrote:In short, whatever you do, I'm waiting to see it. This is great. (I've sometimes wanted to do the exact same thing but I've been too cowardly to try.)
Pasie wrote:Wait... If you were born in hell. That's your home. That's where you love to be. Wouldn't he'll be heaven, and heaven be hell? Those kids would be raised to be bad, so when they die, they go to hell, which is heaven? But it would be like, if humans died, they went back to earth because they were good.
"The use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people's stupidity or vices."Vlürch wrote:I don't even know what satire would be in this context.
Koko wrote:Vlürch wrote:Quetzalcoatl wrote:vocal cords
There are no vocal cords in Hell.
Then there's no voiced consonant whatsoever. In fact, not even vowels (only unvoiced vowels).
Koko wrote:I actually think it would make sense for them not to have voiced consonants and vowels. You're going for a rough, harsh, sandpapery sounding language by the looks of it, right? Voiced phones would just take some of that coarseness away.
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