A variation of the AP English course; during which you spent most of your time agonizing over writing thesis statements for literary essays, but then realise that it is a favorable activity compared to trying to - in vain - finish annotating Shakespeare.
Teacher: Caesura. Thesis statement. GO!
Student A: WHAT?! How is that possible for a literary essay?!
Student B: Well, I did one for calcium.
Student A: Agh, thesis statements...
You will get a B-Ting in Tinglish class.
Feeling tinglish is sensation your body experiences as a reaction to a beautiful thing someone has just said to you or it can also be a reaction to that person in general. When that person is near by you, they are in your presence, or they say something incredibly sweet that touches you heart, you will experience tinglishes. This feeling is a sense of warm in your heart, tingles down your spine an overall sense of goosebumps on your body and a glow on your face will be visible. Its a lovely feeling to be Tinglish so don't ever forget to thank the special person who made you feel tinglish... because to feel tinglish is a rare experience for most and only the special people in your life and elicit this sensation on you. Usually only one specific person has this magic touch.
Donna: "i was thinking of buying some roses to put in the corridor honey... what do you..."
Donn's Honey: *from behind his back pulls out a bunch of beautiful white roses* "no need dear, but please don't put them in the corridor, keep them for yourself"
Donna: "Awww... Donna's honey... i'm feeling all tinglish now... Thank you love. I'm so lucky to have you"
a set of pseudo-english words created with ease of typing and laziness in mind. by combining prefixes and suffixes to certain nouns, these nouns can be used to represent verbs, nouns... anything really. this set is named after its primary user, a brilliant and slight clumsy girl, ting.
here's some quick examples of tinglish in action:
anyone feel like tennising tomorrow? (tennising: to play tennis)
hey guys, curbage after tennis? (curbage: to sit on the curb of 7-11 and drink slurpees)
uh oh! spillage! (spillage: a spill)