Salad is a miniature language used in the Python room. It consists of words which happen to be names for vegetables, fruit, fungi, or seeds. Many of the words have fallen out of general use. Speaking salad is optional, but if you want to have a little fun, toss some salad in to your next message.
The Salad language was created and introduced to the room on April 10, 2013 by Jon Clements and Inbar Rose. The usage of the greeting quickly spread among regulars, and participants added additional words to the lexicon over time.
Greetings and salutations
or, as I prefer to express it - Cabbage
Cabbage to you too then.
Yup - I believe the correct reply should probably be Asparagus... (but haven't quite worked out the semantics of my new language fully...)
Ummm... not a bad name - might consider that ;0
or LinguaVega ?
Or, going with the theme. Lets call the language: "Salad"
And let me just say, "Turnip orange banana, tomato celery onion."
Hey - no need to insult my mum ;)
I didn't say anything about her.
You must think I said "Turnip orange banana, eggpland celery pear."
paw-paw goatsbeard :(
Good day people
Much like the Smurfs, chat members will occasionally use “cabbage” as a placeholder word in circumstances where it would normally make no sense. For example, the motto of the room is “The productive programming cabbage”. Here, “cabbage” means “language”.