Wednesday, Jul 31, 2013

July 31, 2013

July 2013

Greg: So, as of now, we are officially sharing a house with a two year old, and she has begun to speak a language that seems very similar to English, but it is NOT English. Thankfully, I have managed to take some time to translate some words and phrases that may help us communicate with her.

Greg: “Good morning” is pronounced “no”. “Good night”, on the other hand, is “no”.

Greg: If you want to ask if she wants more of something, the word is “no”. Also, “yes” is “no”.

Dave: What does she say when she actually MEANS “no”?
Greg: They actually don’t have a word for that in their language.