User talk:Soap

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Things to do

  • check deeted page of this
  • punishment for atlaman raspara of 100 diet if commiting a major crime

Oi>bi on Play bldg

  • The likely cognate of Poswa pib "to pick fruit; sample, example, specimen" in Khulls is and in proto-Moonshine p.

note to self: frathwiki time zone is PST, so all times are 3hrs behiund local



I came upon your page Subumpam using the "Random page" feature, and I think "Subnumpamese" is supposed to be "Subumpamese". Khemehekis (talk) 13:06, 25 January 2020 (PST)

Thanks, but thats just one of hundreds if not thousands of typos .... I really dont have the time to keep all these pages going, let alone fix all the typos ... I've lately been focused on writing up pages on my website, anyway ... some of which are also here, and some of which are not. But thank you, I appreciate the attention. Soap (talk) 17:46, 6 February 2020 (PST)
In fact, I just now realized you left this message almost 2 weeks ago. I've actually been slowing down a lot lately. Soap (talk) 21:07, 6 February 2020 (PST)


Your "playful planets"

Bornovia? I have a planet in the Lehola Galaxy called Branovia. Khemehekis (talk) 01:30, 16 February 2021 (PST)

I think subconsciously I was thinking of Russia, .... I was very young then .... but I didn't really put much thought into names back then. There was no associated culture to go with it ... it was just a geographical name and ended up hosting many cultures. Poswob Rare (talk) 14:05, 2 March 2021 (PST) (Soap)

From your Unbalanced Gender Setups list

male gender associated with broken objects or unpleasant things. (Jmo; some English feminists sarcastic use of male- as a variant form of mal-)

Does "Jmo" stand for "Just my opinion", or is there some conlang called Jmo? Khemehekis (talk) 13:42, 8 March 2022 (PST)

Jmo is the name of a conlang I remember reading about some time ago, yes. Offhand I don't remember anything else about it, but there's some information on Reddit. Soap (talk) 17:58, 8 March 2022 (PST)
Thanks for the quick response! I don't read Reddit unless googling "Khemehekis" or "Kankonian" takes me to a conversation that's taking place there. Khemehekis (talk) 20:44, 13 March 2022 (PDT)