|Some samples of Polari sentences
|Both my culls multee bonar for Robert
||Both my mates are strongly attracted to Robert.|
|Nanti vardering the cartes. - Oooh, nada to varda in the larder.
||Don't look at his basket! - Oh, he is not well endowed.|
|Omnes and palones of the jury, vada well at the eek of the poor omee standin' before you, his lallies trembling.
||Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, look carefully at the face of the poor man who stands in front of you - his legs are trembling.|
|As feely homies, we would zhoosh our riahs, powder our eeks, climb into our bona new drag, and our gildy batts and troll off to some bona bijou bar.
||As we are young men, we would comb our hair, powder our faces, wear our best new clothes, and our fancy shoes, and walk to some good little bar.|
|How bona to vada your eek!
||How good to see your face!|
|Varda that swishin' omi-poloni with the nanna matini.
||Look at that flamboyant gay man with the awful ring.|
|Vagaried to Eine, where I met a fantabulous gylrig, but NTBH.
||I went to London, where I met a fantastic (and desirable) male, but he wasn't available.|
|Nantee palari before the gajo cull.
||Don't speak Polari before that outsider.|
|Polari version of the King James Bible|
|1. In the beginning Gloria created the heaven and the earth.|
|2. And the earth was nanti form, and void; and munge was upon the eke of the deep. And the nanti lucoddy of Gloria trolled upon the eke of the aquas.|
|3. And Gloria cackled, Let there be sparkle: and there was sparkle.|
|4. And Gloria vardad the sparkle, that it was bona: and Gloria divided the sparkle from the munge.|
|5. And Gloria screeched the sparkle Day, and the munge he screeched nochy. And the bijou nochy and the morning were the una day.|
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