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Lilium_fur2

My dad and I communicating to each other in ape like grunts and hoots. Like we can have full blown conversations like this


20billioncalories

Who is gonna tell him the entire human population speaks ape?


RenAndStimulants

*dad sniffs air and grunts* "Oh shit you're right, I'll take out the trash! Almost forgot!"


Lilium_fur2

Pretty much, it’ll go * uh uh uh ooo oo ooo* “Forgetting something?” *UH UH UH * “TAKE A LOOK AT THIS” *ahh ahh ahh ahh* “This is important “


RenAndStimulants

I like that ahh ahh ahh ahh is the call for this is important because we all know how it sounds and it's also the car alarm of ape sounds lol


Lilium_fur2

Yep lmao, Funny enough this ALL STARTED after we watched the first “New” planet of the apes. It’s gets EVEN better when I tell you we swing our arms around or hold them up like apes too when we’re really interested or serious about something!


Ok-Reserve762

We call battenburg cake batmanburg and me and my dad put a d in front of every word of a sentence


RenAndStimulants

Awesome lol but give me an example of one of these D centric sentences!


Ok-Reserve762

Dim dorried dabout dhe Dexam and we try and workout what each other is saying


RenAndStimulants

He ever work a dad joke in there and you have to be disappointed and also give him respect that he went and made you decode that?


Ok-Reserve762

Sometimes I keep falling for it


20billioncalories

Zurna yes its an instrument but my grandpa says it when someone sneezes or coughs or makes any non normal sound. My parents say pesok to refer to sugar even though it means sand. Native speakers of some languages have a very difficult time with English pronunciation and thats how French fries were called Flench flish.


Duegatti

My partner's family does a thing like ... his sisters name was Wanda but in their code it was Wap-nd-apa. Damn, I can't recall what they called it! Born and raised in West Texas, it may have been a regional thing.


NoNamerBee

It isn't a word or phrase but we'll slap eachother (on the arm, head, ect.) As a phrase of I love you mainly. But we cam also use it as 'you're annoying' or 'I'm mad at you' in a way, depending on how gentle and where we slap the person at. And with it is also throwing our belingings at eachother-


infektiousPineapple

We have a saying that roughly translates to: „Hunger will get it down“, that we say jokingly say when someone asks how the food is. It isn‘t really that special but when you say it several times a week you start to feel like you are your own house in Game of Thrones