tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Tue Apr 27 11:34:28 1999
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Re: Klingons Invade Dover Peace Conference
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- Subject: Re: Klingons Invade Dover Peace Conference
- Date: Tue, 27 Apr 1999 14:34:24 -0400
> DloraH attempted to host a qepHom, he'll fill you in on that. I
I took all my language related materials, a stack of KLI fliers, and posted
signs advertising the qepHom. I did get a couple people in the room to see
the merchandise. I talked to several while out of the room. Actually
speaking the language got some people interested.
>Many "Deligates" recognized simple commands in tlhIngan Hol, and a
>few even laughed at comments, and quips spoken in our native tongue.
wa' ben qepvamDaq tlhIngan Hol vIjatlh jIH neH.
DISDaH tlhIngan Hol lujatlh nuv puS. maj.
Last year I was pretty much alone at speaking klingon, but had apparently
gotten a few people to learn a few words over the past year. I had a couple
people speak a few klingon sentences to me.
> I would really like to see pictures from this CON, the dinner,
>and the Klub afterwards. If you have them to post, ...
> Storytellers, sharpen your quills; I expect to hear some tall
>tales of this CON. While some parts were slow (speeches at the
>Feast, especially without Khaless there), there is still a lot to
There were speeches during dinner? hehe
The stories I have I think may not be appropriate to tell here, there are
children present here.
QI'yaH, QaQ HuDDu'vetlh
>No Tribble Ball, but who started throwing buiscuts at the Feast
>(must have been Feddies:), and do we have a phrase for "Flying
The Feddies wouldn't dare to have fun.
Those at the table which Qor'etlh and I sat at were the most "klingon".
Very loud, very rowty, and even some singing. There was just as much food
on the table as there was on our plates. We ate with our fingers (meat,
corn, scallop potatoes, salad). If you asked someone to pass the rolls,
well, they did. A slab of meat flew past my face, was caught by the guy
next to me and he stuffed it in his mouth; then topped it with some salad
flying from the other direction.
We sang "Qoy qeylIS puqloD", "taHjaj wo'", and that song from "birthright".
bom latlh tlhInganpu' 'ej tlhInganna' Da 'e' vIQoybe'
Didn't hear about any other klingons singing and being "klingon".
'Iw HIqDaq chuch lan 'Iv 'ej bIrchoHmoH jay'?
I want to know who put ice in the bloodwine and made it cold.