What is Flanderspeak?
Flanderspeak (\ˈflan-dərspēk\) is the colliquial discourse utilized by Ned Flanders of The Simpsons, and some different individuals from the Flanders group. It is described by steady infixation and prefixation of words like "diddly", "dadily" and "noodly". A few scenes fo The Simpsons appear to imply that Flanderspeak might be a tongue, or even a language in itself.
The most notable of Ned Flanders' sayings is his utilization of "diddly" as an infix which cuts a customary English word into two sections - referred to etymologists as "tmesis". Take the accompanying sentence, for instance:
> Wel-diddly-elcome, neighborino!
Here, "welcome" has been sliced down the middle by "diddly". At whatever point Flanders does this, he embeds the infix soon after the accentuated syllable in the word (which is "wel" for this situation). Fascinating, Flanders shares this propensity for utilizing tmesis with Snoop Dogg. We likewise observe Flanders' prefixation of neighbor with "ino" - something which he does consistently, apparently for accentuation or to express good humor. Flanders additionally normally utilizes similar sounding word usage:
> What can I diddly do you for?
What's more, there are numerous different nuances of Ned Flanders' discourse, not canvassed in this short outline, and this interpreter does its best to cover many of them. In the event that you have a recommendation, it would be ideal if you don't hesitate to send them utilizing the structure!
Above is a gif from "Hurrican Neddy" where Ned gets extremely furious.
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