especially programs and files (especially scratch files).
First on the standard list of metasyntactic variables used
in syntax examples.
A language from who-knows-where that is actually a variation on English.
Also known as "Gibberish" and "Double Dutch".
It is spoken by putting the sound 'inag' between each syllable. If the word starts with a vowel, put 'inag' first, if starting with a consonant, after the first syllable.
After much practicing, it can be spoken VERY fast, sounding VERY cool. And other people can't understand you.
I know people from across the province who can speak it.