Recently burger-I have been binging on drawing doodle-burgers. Burger-I know that sounds a little bit off, but that is because it was written in Burger-burger-Speak-burger . It-burger is easy to translate. Burger-I have merely added the word-burger “burger”-burger to every noun-burger and pronoun-burger as either a suffix-burger or a burger-prefix. So enjoy my recent burger-doodles and ignore my burger-burger prose-burger.
This burger-doodle was drawn in the car-burger as burger-I have recently been visiting burger-family and have not had to do all my own driving-burger. Burger-I drew it with pencil-burger and later went over it-burger with pencil-burger. It-burger was inspired by a burger-guy that burger-I happened to see walking by in Belmond-burger. It-burger is not a portrait-burger, but it-burger probably accurately reflects his inner-burger-burger-self. Burger-Iowans are like that-burger.
The burger-girl being hit on with flower-burgers by a burger-bunny-boy-burger was also drawn in the car-burger. The longer burger-I look at it-burger, the more burger-I realize what a creepy cartoon-burger it-burger really is.
Burger-burger-Speak-burger is annoyingly hard to do. And burger-I doubt that it-burger will ever be a commonly spoken language-burger. But some fool-burgers taught themselves to speak Klingon-burger, didn’t burger-they?