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A cache by Wizard of Foz Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 8/11/2009
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1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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The following is in the language "Arpie-darpie", also known as "Arp", "Arpenlarpen", "arfie-darfie", "arple-darple", "arp language", or "kerosene language". Similar to pig latin this language was developed by Australian school kids as a secret language. If you are unfamiliar with this language basically you just add "arp" in front of every syllable, so that 'Wizard of Foz' would become 'Warpizarpard arpof Farpoz'.

Carpache larpocarpatarped arpin tharpis smarpall strarpeetcarpap parpark. Carpache arpis arpa larparge smarpall carpontarpainarper.

Harpere arpare tharpe carpoordarpinarpates sparpellarped arpout:

Narporth Farpour, Farpive ° Farpour. Arpone Zarperarpo Narpine
Warpest Narpine Tarpwo ° Farpive Sarpevarpen. Thrarpee Arpone Zarperarpo

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