- hillngreenLv 61 0 年前最佳解答
And here's what I have to say to the sensitive senator who would like to run a country now embroiled in a difficult war on terrorism: "Ears stick out! Ears stick out! Nyeah, nyeah, nyeah, na nyeah, nyeah!"
Calling it absolute does not make it so.
>Does so! Nyeah nyeah, na nyeah nyeah.
>Just thought I would put it in terms that the new you would understand
You're at work??? Nyeah Nyeah na Nyeah Nyeah!!!!!!!
Access denied--nyeah nyeah na nyeah nyeah!
And I know he's reading this blog so nyeah, nyeah, na-nyeah, nyeah.
"The Trash Heap has spoken! Nyeah!"
Nearly 20 people responded to my inquiry about the stylized
"nyeah-nyeah" tune that I've heard English-speaking children use to
taunt one another
I understand that the tune can be sung with almost any variety
of taunting words -- at least that's my experience in English -- but
some words (or nonsense syllables) are more archetypally used with it.
For _my_ English it is "Nyeah-nyeah-nya-nyeah-nyeah." (I choose this
spelling because it rhymes with "yeah".)
LINGUIST List 9.129: Children's mocking tune –
For _my_ English it is "Nyeah-nyeah-nya-nyeah-nyeah. ...