A language developped throughout Canada
. The language was initially started in a small Saskatchewan
town, but did not become official until it reached Ontario
. The language has been shared throughout Saskatchewan
, and Alberta
The language itself consists of words that are non-existant in English, or a form of slang
to English vocabulary. The language is most commonly used with wide hand gestures
Nom - Eat, snack, food
Bocker - Chicken
Frugen - Frick, a term for greatly annoyed or upset
Sok - "It's okay"
Burb - "Be Right Back"
Curious - A term for a sexually related question
"They should teach Alyssa in school, it would make it so much easier to understand you."