Hinglish Rules !

Hinglish.  Perhaps the most evolved of all the variations  of our noble mother tongue.

Most felicitous and expressive, most bower birdish and elastic, most sweet to the senses, most profound to the reason.  You know it makes sense.

We know that Shakespeare and Chaucer would have approved.

But enough of car now Le jay.  What is the foo tore ey of na tore ey ?

 

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8 thoughts on “Hinglish Rules !

  1. Re knowledge- Mrs Creeper taught me how to spell “necessary” in a similar way, although she slapped rather than used a large stick. See- I can can still spell it.

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