The language of Louvre

Posted by Kyle Jacobson , Tuesday, June 8, 2010 10:22 AM

I am quite interested in creating my own language. I am going to start from the beginning. I am quite interested in creating my own language. I am going to start from the beginning. I am quite inter... Doing a countless 4-day research plunge, I have found that most made up languages come from the latin root base and not the root beer base which would be much cooler. I obviously don't want anything to do with something that has 

already been done. So I am just going to make up my own root to base my language off of. I am then going to go to a little known spot of dirt and bury old-looking artifacts made out of $3 walmart molding clay. This will give the illusion that there was an actual civilization attached to said language. I have also been looking into my options of making some money off of this. Pepsi is currently thinking of my business plan where we place the pepsi logo on the artifacts. I would also place subliminal messages in various 7-up places on my brochures and hostess. There will be few who know said language, myself, and possibly my Colombian pen-pal, Álvaro Uribe Vélez. . Checker Auto parts. 
                            Trans-atlantically, 
                                                        Kyle

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