/ʒ/ is my favourite pronunciation of J
I find it to be unique and cool
@Sgt Haleakala P sure it was some dude who goes by "nobody"
I'd say an interesting one of mine is my shortening of "I'm going to get water":
/aɪm ɡəʊɪŋ tu ɡɛt wɒdə/
/əmənə ɡɛʔ wɒɾə/
/əŋ ɣɛʔ ʍäɾə/
The last one features no English letters.
Mine's /əðɐ/ and /ʃæʊɹɪŋ/
74 conjugations. (And heck, if I decide to add perfect, imperfect, subjunctive, etc., then there'll be even more!)
@ConTreeby Honestly though, /ʙʀ/ is really fun to say
I can reasonably pull it off
Yeah just a lil bit complicated... o_0
My word for "rain" (ỳfera'em'm, /i.ɕɛ.ʁä.'ʔem.ʔm/) is extremely similar to my word for "f'ing" (ỳfera'ek'm, /i.ɕɛ.ʁä.'ʔeq.ʔm/) and pretty easy to mistype as it.
Me: *says the word for "rain"*
The host: Ma'am I do not allow swearing on this Minecraft server so I'm going to politely ask you to leave
It usually isn't pronounced this way, but I say "your" as /ʝɔːɹ/
Another one is "yeah" which I pronounce as /çæə/
Most people would probably say both with a /j/ but my vocal cords say no for some reason
Athenne Ruetrique has this one:
"Kỳmr kỳmere kỳtona kẁ kẁver, kẁ kẁva, zỳ ekẁve vỳ kẁ vere!"
/'qi.mʁ qi.'mɛʁ qi.'to.nä qu qu.'ʋɛ: qu 'qu.ʋä si ɛ.'quβ βi qu βɛʁ/
(All of them told them all not to die, don't die, if you die you'll stop living!)
The official word in Ruetrique for referring to someone you hate is "vỳʃazze-maderrvẁqẁ" (/'βi.ɕäs mä.dɝ.'ʋu.qʰu/). That was on purpose.
@MinersHavenM43 Spanish doesn't
Ruetrique also be like:
I say it more like /sʌɻi/ (suh-ree), but if I have to choose between these I'd say /sɔːɹi/