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On Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 10:21:04AM +0100, And Rosta wrote:

> with its perplexed marker.) The interesting thing here is that this conlang
> existed the way natlangs do, in the mind and speech of the speaker with
> scant conscious knowledge of the rules that constitute the language. But I
> can't remember having encountered another such conlang. The closest would
> be Teonaht. I wonder whether this sort of conlang is genuinely rare, or
> whether it's rather just not publicly visible, since its speaker is unable
> or disinclined to document it, perhaps is not even interested in
> publicating it in any way.

I think this rather sounds like the case with Aaron Simon (bornforwater)'s 
Sandic.

tylakhlp'f,
Amanda