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First spoken Lojban [[User:And Rosta|And Rosta]] ever heard:
 
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[[User:Nick Nicholas|Nick]]: ''mi vizykla''
 
[[User:Nick Nicholas|Nick]]: ''mi vizykla''

Revision as of 14:46, 23 March 2014

"We are arrived."

First spoken Lojban And Rosta ever heard:

And (answering phone): Hello?

Nick: mi vizykla

And: (thinks: What the fuck??)


The story as told by And sooner after it occurred, in a discussion of the Glasgow Conversation:

When Nick phoned me up when he arrived the first thing he said was {i vizykla} and I thought he was speaking Klingon - the last syllable was klah, and I wasn't expecting {i}, and hands up everyone who doesn't know the rafsi for {vi}.

So it looks like the comment has morphed over the years. Nick, any recollection?

Nope, although it sounds like the kind of thing I'd do. I remember it being dark, and I'm pretty sure that's all the Lojban I uttered...