Step 1: Obish

Obish (or Obby Dobby, or Pig Greek) is a simple gibberish language game whos public knowledge seems to have faded. You can use this to your advantage, and have "private" conversations with people right in front of someone you wouldn't normally talk in front of.

Playing this "game" well will make your speech near-unintelligible to people who don't know the trick to understanding this method of speech. To people who understand, your speech will come in loud and clear!

Please, remember that this mode of speech isn't unknown, it's just not widely known. So conferring "privately" with someone in front of a car salesman (who will likely know all the secret languages) or involving truly serious matters is not recommended. There are some people know this language, so it's really just PGP (pretty good privacy), and a bit of fun for you and your friends or significant others.
STELLAR!<br>(Damn Roger, damn Roger to Hell)
or of course you could just say their name, since names aren't normally translated when you are speaking a different language, that wouldn't give it away either
What's the one where you insert &quot;ma&quot; and repeat syllables in short words?<br/><em>&quot;Tubamaba, Viomalin, Obomoboe- Saxamaphone&quot;</em><br/>I think it was favoured by Sara Cox...<br/>
lol my band teacher says &quot;saxamaphone&quot; all the time<br />
Back in about 1955 we called this "Double Dutch." Usually we learned it just after Pig Latin got too easy.
this is cool
excellent use of the fallout guy
Sobeems sobortoba usefobul, but you could easily substitute different sounds when talking in front of someone who knows this. For example, Ebish, or Abish.
My first thought was "Mushmouth" from "Fat Albert"... though he used "ba" as in "hebaloba howba arba youba?"
I used to speak Ubi-Dubbi. Its the same thing but you say ub instead of ob. It was on a TV show called Zoom. I was pretty good at it. Maybe I should re-learn it XD
I got pretty good at that too. Zoom's been replaced by Dragonfly now though.
"Come on Zoom-a-zooma-zoom.... come on and zooma-zooma-zooma-zoom.... come on and give it a try......... we'll show you how and just why..........." (everybody sing with me!) could be the Instructables theme song.
My grandfather and I used to do this when I was a kid. I had forgotten all about it. Thanks for reminding me.
In Spanish you can do this, but just by adding a letter instead of ob, "Hablar con la F", that is what i would call it when i spoke with F, i can speak faster in spanish and the letter F between every vowl sound, than i do normally in english (i am completely bi-lingual, but i speak spanish faster because after all, it is the fastest spoken langage in the world). the only objection that i have with this is that althought it tends to throw people off more, the b sound at the end makes it harder for the words to flow.
That's the beauty of the language; the b sound forces a phonetic pause, so while it does make it harder to say fast, it breaks up words to throw people off more. "friday night" doesn't sound like "frobidobay nobight," It sounds like "frob idob aynob ite". It throws off the cadence. It's just one way to throw people off, high speed is another.
But the B is before a vowel so it still flows for me

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