How do you speak the butterfly language?

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How do you speak the butterfly language?

How do you speak the butterfly language?

For example, "know" will be "sa-pe-re" subdivided into syllables and "sa-fa-pe-fe-re-fe" in bow tie. A simple verb like "do" will be "fa-re" and therefore "fa-fa-re-fe". The grammar of the bow tie language includes other rules, such as that of the "f" placed at the end of vowels.

How do you say hello in the butterfly language?

It can be understood as an extremely simple form of secret code and consists in doubling each vowel by adding an interposed f: for example, a becomes afa, and becomes efe, and so on (so "hello" becomes kyphiaphaophus).

Who Invented the Bow Tie Alphabet?

It seems that this new outfit was invented by the American tobacco magnate Pierre Lorillard IV who, in his Tuxedo Club, introduced a new way of dressing that is still considered among the most elegant today: black tuxedo, white shirt and black bow tie, the which replaced the tail tails of ...
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