1. An ultimate test of pure determination and skill, where one brave athletic legend along with another brave athletic legend clap their hands together with a thunderous noise that echoes in the heavens. Patty Cake was made purely to seek out the true god. When the game begins, all hell breaks loose, and the two fearless competitors slam the palm of their hands together, creating a ear pounding sonic boom that will ultimately destroy the Universe and all who inhabit it!
2. A simple game where two children clap there hands together and at the same time say Patty Cake.
"OH MY GOD!!! TWO PEOPLE ARE BATTLING EACHOTHER IN AN EPIC WAR OF PATTY CAKE! ALERT THE MEDIA!!!"
"Awww, look at our children having fun playing patty cake, aren't they just adorable?"
An extremely complicated language that is often mistaken for textspeak. It is mainly used for Kitteh pictures, but people don't realize that there's a huge organization running lolspeak. There is even a bible translation project going on where they will translate the entire bible into lolspeak. Ceiling Cat is the god behind this language. It's not as easy as you think, trust me.
Oh hai thare
So you want to speak lolcat? It isn't very easy and you may end up with some kitty scratches in the end. The purpose of this page is to offer help on proper lolcat syntax and grammar. Don't worry if you don't get it at first. It takes some practice but in the end you'll end up with proper lolcat that is both cute and funny.
This isn't fully written though. I shall be doing that soon. For now, if you really want a crash course go to icanhascheezburger and read the comments there. These are the experts. Yes, really.
Here we go!
General Spelling Rule: Homonymous Misspellings
While some of the rules about spelling pertain to common typing errors, baby-talk, kindergarten misspellings and community-specific mannerisms found on online message boards, the important skill is to learn when using lolspeak is how to borrow the spelling of certain parts of one word to misspell another word that shares certain phonetic sounds (or that just rhymes).
You can mix them around like this:
ghost -> goast or ghoast (borrowing from "toast" or "coast")
feet -> feat (borrowing from "meat" or "heat")
moan -> mown (borrowing from "own" or "mow")
crowd -> croud (borrowing from "cloud" or "found")
nothing -> nuthing (borrowing from the typical sound of the letter "u" as in "umbrella" or "hut")