Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Oldie Goldie

Seville, dere dago
Tausen bussis inaro.
Dosarnt bussis
Dosar trux
Sumwit cowsin
Sumwit dux.


Vee said...

Ha, ha. Internet comes in really handy sometimes.

Secondary Roads said...

Clever. At first I wondered what language it was. It didn't look like Italian, French or Spanish. Then like that fly ball that kept getting bigger and bigger, it hit me.

Thanks for the grin and chuckle.

vanilla said...

Vee, you peeked. Back in the day when I wrote those lines on the classroom chalkboard, kids had no such "aids."

Chuck, tickles me that it hit you. Had you asked, I would have lied and told you "Latin." Since Vee pointed to the internet, I found several versions, each with slight variations.

Sharkbytes said...

I did not have to resort to the internet, but had to read it several times. This was a new one on me- always makes me smile. Your excellent clue with the picture saved me.

Secondary Roads said...

Well those language are derived from Latin, aren't they?

vanilla said...

Sharkey, I guess I chose well: subtle, but not too subtle.

Chuck, that is my understanding, though I am no expert in the field.
Any field :-D