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    Default Kerosene-lamp-belong Jesus gone-bugga-up.

    Kerosene-lamp-belong Jesus gone-bugga-up.

    To an Australian aboriginal, that means the moon has eclipsed the sun.
    And of course you know what I'm about to say: “We live in that state all the time!”

    Just to make sure, the moon is all those spurious titillating ideas we read about on forums - and media - that obscure the light of reason and your natural awareness.

    Make sure your Kerosene-lamp-belong Jesus hasn't gone-bugga-up 'again' today!






    Self-gone-bugga-up,
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    Row, row, row your boat gently down the stream,
    merrily merrily merrily, life is but a dream.

    There are so many traditional sayings that hit the spot!
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    Default Re: Kerosene-lamp-belong Jesus gone-bugga-up.

    Quote Posted by pie'n'eal (here)
    Row, row, row your boat gently down the stream,
    merrily merrily merrily, life is but a dream.

    There so many traditional sayings, that hit the spot!
    Row, row, row your boat gently down the stream,
    if you see the crocodile don't forget to SCREEM!!! .

    Tony where did you get that "bugga up" thing?
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    Default Re: Kerosene-lamp-belong Jesus gone-bugga-up.

    Quote Posted by Robert J. Niewiadomski (here)
    Quote Posted by pie'n'eal (here)
    Row, row, row your boat gently down the stream,
    merrily merrily merrily, life is but a dream.

    There so many traditional sayings, that hit the spot!


    Row, row, row your boat gently down the stream,
    if you see the crocodile don't forget to SCREEM!!! .

    Tony where did you get that "bugga up" thing?




    It's been lurking in the back of my mind for years...it comes from the same place as..."tall-fellow-belong-queen" = Prince Philip.
    Our southern hemisphere mates will probably know more.



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    The English live on spammy slang so much that we need a translation machine just to walk down the street and speak to people in the middle of London, never mind the dialect anywhere else.

    now, if one takes that..and goes even more obscure, which is what you seem to be doing....it would be akin to waking up (coming to), on LSD.... on a bus full of Chinese tourists in Cheshire...all speaking icelandic english slang that was created by creole adopted ex-Jamaicans. And wondering where the hell one was and what the hell was going on.....
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    Default Re: Kerosene-lamp-belong Jesus gone-bugga-up.

    Quote Posted by Carmody (here)
    The English live on spammy slang so much that we need a translation machine just to walk down the street and speak to people in the middle of London, never mind the dialect anywhere else.

    now, if one takes that..and goes even more obscure, which is what you seem to be doing....it would be akin to waking up (coming to), on LSD.... on a bus full of Chinese tourists in Cheshire...all speaking icelandic english slang that was created by creole adopted ex-Jamaicans. And wondering where the hell one was and what the hell was going on.....
    How many dialects/languages in China? The Chinese are used to that.
    And tripping out in China is something I have done
    and I can tell you, it helps to make more sense of the world, rather than less.
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    Default Re: Kerosene-lamp-belong Jesus gone-bugga-up.

    It's pidgin- a sort of Creole from the Southern Pacific and SE Asia areas.

    It was devised in Colonial times and is a mixture of English and native languages, so it can differ a bit depending which country you are in, but is understandable all over the area-- like dialects. Some people now consider it is non-OC, but it is still widely chosen as a means of communication in many areas amongst native speakers. New Guinea has hundreds of native languages and pidgin is used between the inhabitants of these various areas.

    The language has recently been in the news as Prince Charles visited New Guinea and gave a speech in fluent Pidgin. It would have been reported in the UK I guess.

    * I'll add on that in Singapore a sort of pidgin has evolved called Singlish-- which is a mixture of English and (mainly) Chinese. It is fascinating to listen to. You nearly, but not quite, understand it!
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    Default Re: Kerosene-lamp-belong Jesus gone-bugga-up.

    I read that it was an aboriginal Australian man commenting on a solar eclipse. When the sun was fully occluded he said "Gods lamp in sky gone bugger-up"

    bugger-up ===> broken
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    Default Re: Kerosene-lamp-belong Jesus gone-bugga-up.

    Oh, I know all that (or will at least pretend I do), I was trying to make a humorous comment. I tend to play the straight man in the python skits.
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    Default Re: Kerosene-lamp-belong Jesus gone-bugga-up.

    Quote Posted by Ellisa (here)
    It's pidgin- a sort of Creole from the Southern Pacific and SE Asia areas.

    It was devised in Colonial times and is a mixture of English and native languages, so it can differ a bit depending which country you are in, but is understandable all over the area-- like dialects. Some people now consider it is non-OC, but it is still widely chosen as a means of communication in many areas amongst native speakers. New Guinea has hundreds of native languages and pidgin is used between the inhabitants of these various areas.

    The language has recently been in the news as Prince Charles visited New Guinea and gave a speech in fluent Pidgin. It would have been reported in the UK I guess.

    * I'll add on that in Singapore a sort of pidgin has evolved called Singlish-- which is a mixture of English and (mainly) Chinese. It is fascinating to listen to. You nearly, but not quite, understand it!
    Please find attached a comprehensive Guide to Singlish:
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