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  1. Nelkree says:
    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Victor Borge - Inflationary Language / Tea For Two Duet at Discogs. Complete your Victor Borge collection.5/5(1).
  2. Maugis says:
    Inflationary Language written by Victor Borge. Victor Borge: Many years ago in Denmark we had inflation, and you are familiar with that problem. In inflation, we have numbers rising. Prices go up. Anything that has to do with money goes up except the language.
  3. Samukora says:
    Inflationary Language A language created by Victor Borge. Every word that has a sound like a number (such as forehead) gets one added to it (fivehead). With inflationary language, " .
  4. Gazragore says:
    Comedian and entertainer Victor Borge used to do a bit where he’d muse about the application of economic inflation to language. See, we have hidden numbers in the words like “wonderful,” “before,” “create,” “tenderly.” All these numbers can be inflated and meet the economy, you know, by rising to the occcassion.
  5. Voodooll says:
    Biography Early life and career. Victor Borge was born "Børge Rosenbaum" on 3 January in Copenhagen, Denmark, into an Ashkenazi Jewish family. His parents, Bernhard and Frederikke (née Lichtinger) Rosenbaum, were both musicians: his father a violist in the Royal Danish Orchestra, and his mother a sigfibesingreka.steracowracigavermosimliepeti.co began piano lessons at the age of two, and it was .
  6. Tolrajas says:
    Nov 20,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Inflationary Language · Victor Borge Victor Borge's Crazy World ℗ Orange Leisure Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  7. Bragul says:
    Victor Borge's Inflationary Language Here's a story that Victor Borge often told at his shows - only he inflated the words by adding one to each number, hidden or not. Inflate this page using the Website Inflater.
  8. Fenrikree says:
    Inflationary Language: A3: The Blue Danube Waltz Composed By – Strauss Jr.* Requests: B1a: Fascination Written-By – Marchetti* Duets: B2a: British Grenadier Written-By – Trad.* B2b: Anchors Away Written-By – Zimmermann* B2c: Summertime Written-By – Gershwin*, Heyward* B2d: Tea For Two Written-By – Youmans*, Caesar* B2e: Cheek To.
  9. Zuluramar says:
    May 19,  · By Paul Erdman on May 19, in Featured, Front Page, InDesign The musician/comedian Victor Borge invented the concept (as far as I know) of “inflationary English.” The premise is that because prices are always going up, our language should also keep pace. Thus, each spoken number (including homonyms) should increase by one.