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  • Lisa Perkins
    Enjoy this it is cute. Lisa ... little ... will ... If you ... (evil ... forget ... zeppoles, ... with ... salud ... wrote ... If you ...
    Message 1 of 1 , May 5, 2004
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      Enjoy this it is cute. Lisa
      >
      > Subject: Learn To Talk in Italian...
      >
      > Let's start at the beginning.
      >
      > Come stai? Molto benne. Bon giorno. Ciao. Arrivederci. Every Italian
      > from Italy knows these words and every Italian-American should. But what
      > about the goomba speech pattern? Those words and phrases that are a
      little
      > Italian, a little American, and a little slang. Words every paison and
      > bacciagaloop has heard, words we hear on The Sopranos and throughout our
      > Little Italy neighborhoods of New York and New Jersey. This form of
      > language, the "Goomba-Italiano" has been used for generations. It's not
      > gangster slang terms like "whack" or "vig", if that's what you are
      > thinking---nope, this is real guido talk!
      >
      > The goomba says ciao when he arrives or leaves. He says Madonna Mia
      > anytime emotion is needed in any given situation. Mannaggia, meengya,
      > oofah, and, of course, va fungool can also be used. Capeesh? He uses a
      > mopeen to wipe his hands in the cucina, gets agita from the gravy and
      will
      > schkeeve meatballs unless they are homemade from the famiglia. Always
      > foonah your bread in the pot of gravy or you will be a goo-gootz.
      >
      > Mezza-fanooks are usually mamalukes and the girl from the neighborho od
      > with the reputation is a facia-bruta puttana or a schifosa whoore.
      If you
      > are called cattivo, gabbadost, schfatcheem, stupido, or strunz, you are
      > usually a pain in the ass. A crazy diavlo can give you the maloikya
      (evil
      > eye), but that red horn will protect you if you use it right. Don't
      forget
      > to always say per favore and grazie and prego.
      >
      > If you are feeling mooshadd or stunad or mezza-morta, always head to
      > Nonna's and she will fix you up with a little homemade manicott',
      > gavadell', or calamar', or some ricott' cheesecake. Mangia some
      zeppoles,
      > canollis, torrone, struffoli, shfoolyadell', pignoli cookies, or a little
      > Nutella on pannetone. Delizioso!
      >
      > I think I'll head to the kitch and fix myself a sengweecj of gabagol'
      with
      > some proshoot and mozarell' or maybe just a hot slice of abeetz. So
      salud'
      > if you have any Italian blood in you and if you understood anything I
      wrote
      > here. If so, you are numero uno and the professore of the goombas.
      If you
      > don't get any of this, then fa Nabola with the whole thing, and you are a
      > disgraziato. Scuzi, me dispiachay, I didn't mean that.
      >
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      >
      > Viva PIP Numero Uno!
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