On May 1, 2010, at 1◊17 PM, Mechthild Czapp wrote:
>> Throw Away Your DAT Recorder: Only one in every 152 thousand created 
>> languages is ever spoken aloud—and of those, only 2.3% are spoken by 
>> more than one person (i.e. the constlangoleur him- or herself) at any 
>> point during the language’s existence. As a result, you’ll likely not 
>> find any use for an audio recording device.
> Sooo true! I would so have issues saying something in KHMG or JSG... OTOH, I can speak rejistanian and am understood in it at least a bit by my SO*, so I guess that is an exception (you can say what you want about its naïve phonology, it DOES have the advantage of being easy to speak at least for me).

My wife knows several words in my various languages, but only
because we use them as names for World of Warcraft characters
and cats.

"Sunlü eleškarez ügrallerüf üjjixelye ye oxömeyze."
"No eternal reward will forgive us now for wasting the dawn."

-Jim Morrison

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