Pig Latin -
In the book "Bart Simpson's Guide to Life: A Wee Handbook for the Perplexed" (Harper
Perennial, 1993 p.96-97), Bart Simpson the bratty juvenile delinquent from the
cartoon sitcom THE SIMPSONS/FOX/1989+, informs his fans on how to speak
classic Pig Latin. The instructions read:
"Take the first letter off each word and move it to the back of the word
and add an "ay." If the word starts with a vowel (antsy, oink, egghead) just
add 'ay' at the end of it (antsy-ay, oink-ay, egghead-ay)."
When two girls try
to kiss Bart he says "O-Nay Ay-Way, An-May!"
He also offers an alternative to Pig Latin called "Oppish" which inserts an
"op" after the first consonant of any syllable. If the word begins with a
vowel, you start the word with "op."