Mr. T's version of our own average, pitiful, England-originating, latin-based, taking-from-basically-all-languages language.
Where a normal guy might say, "I feel sorry for whoever ticks me off next..."

Mr. T will say, "I pity the fool who looks at me funny!"

(That was an example of Mr. T-glish, just so you know, since UD needs me to use "Mr. T-glish" in the example)
by nubluva April 02, 2007

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