Monday, May 20, 2013

Forest Phrasebook

So you've wandered into the forest and want to learn the lingo... Let this handy phrasebook guide you down the path of woodland words, storybook sentences and charming conversation. Weather you say it aloud or write it down, these forest phrases are always sure to leaf a lasting impression!

~Words to Know~
Words used every day can be a chance to speak with the fluency of the forest folk.  Replace these words in notes, texts and visual correspondence for best effect.

Leaf: to leave.
example: Leaf the book on the shelf.

Owl: replaces the word "all"
example: Owl love you forever.

Hoo: Who
example: Hoo are you?

Berry: replaces "very" in a sentence.
example: The salad was berry good!

Fairy: see above
example: That dress is fairy beautiful!

Mush: means much.
example: I enjoy foraging in the wilderness berry mush!

Wood: used like the word "would"
example" Wood you like to join me for a picnic?

Elf: a substitute for "self"
example: Sometimes I enjoy being all by me elf.

Gnome: a word that means "known"
example: It's nice to have gnome you.

Fawn: fond
example: I'm quite fawn of vintage fashion.

~Phrases of the Forest~

Don't litter the forest, litter your conversation with the phraseology of the forest.  You'll be talking like the trees in no time!

How are things going in your neck of the woods?

There's a party in the pines!

Why don't you make like a tree and leaf?

One happy camper.
Give a hoot, don't pollute.

Well, I'm stumped.

I'm really going out on a limb here...

I must go to bed now, forest.

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