Animal Language Translation
I have to admit I’m making slow progress on my domesticated animal language translation work, but here are some translations I’m pretty sure are accurate:
[Note: some animal sounds have multiple meanings]
“Ruff”: 1. Feed me. 2. Let me out. 3. Stay away from my yard.
“Snarl”: Back off or I will bite you. Or you could run. But then I’ll just chase you and bite you. What’s it gonna be punk?”
“Yip, yip, yip”: Look at me. I’m a small dog. Look at me! Look at me! I can’t stop barking. Look at me!
“Meow”: 1. Feed me. 2. Pet Me.
“Hiss”: Back off or I will scratch you. Or you could run. But then I’ll just jump on you and scratch you. What’s it gonna be punk?”
“Baa”: Dude, do you know how hot wool is? Is it shearing time yet? Come on!”
“Moo”: I am so sick of eating grass. How about a couple of french fries? It’s not like I’m watching my weight.
My work continues...
Photo by Matthew Wiebe