The Kind

I had a kinda bad day today, so wen decide foa go back and read Lika’s Log foa cheer up. I wen go back to her very first post! She can always make me laff.

In dat first post, she stay talkin about “da kine”, and how da teacha said was supposed to be “the kind”. “Yeah, right!”, I wen think. And from dea wen staht for make up da most ridiculous sentences I could using “the kind” foa “da kine”. Lemme tell u, I no feel so bad nomo!

EX:

“Eh, try hand me the kind.”

“Eh Lika, try the kind da light, k?”

“Eh, u like go the kind tomorrow oa wat?”

“Eh Lurkah! Try the kind da the kind befoa u hele outa hea.”

Ho! I stay on one the kind roll, yeah?

“The kind” indeed.

Some peeps jass got no class.

“The kind” oni belongs in sentences lidis:

“The kind man fed the lost dog and took it home.”

“The kind teacher gave me an A even though I missed the last question.”

K’den. I’m off foa think up moa the kind.

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4 Responses to The Kind

  1. AFK says:

    I think “da kine” is the general pidgin noun/adjective, and “li’ dat” is the general pidgin adverb.

  2. Mokihana says:

    Yeah, like “Hakum u walk lidat?”

    Oa: “Eh, hakum u da kine lidat?”

    Cuz I use “da kine” as one verb, too. LOL.

  3. Lika says:

    Yeah you, depends if noun, verb, adjective, adverb, dangling participle; I neva undastood da dangling thingee, wot stay dangling? I know only da dangling part or is dat dingaling…dangling dingaling….yeah dat!

  4. Mokihana says:

    Heah some dangling da kines:

    EX: The robber ran from the policeman, still holding the money in his hands.
    See, makes it look like da cop da one wit da kala.

    EX: After being whipped fiercely, the cook boiled the egg.
    Sounds like da cook da one getting whipped.

    EX: Flitting gaily from flower to flower, the football player watched the bee.
    Sounds like da football kane was flitting. Oh! Maybe was, yeah, if he stay da kine. ROFL!!!!

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