Pizlish – Word Invention

Pizlish

noun

  1. the language of mix English in particular referring to pronunciation. It came from Pizza-English, commonly used in Australia. ‘Instead of speaking Chinglish, I speak Pizlish after 20 years living downunder.’
  2. it implies the person speaking Pizlish is someone with poor pronunciation and it can sound funny to the native English speaking people. ‘I can barely understand her Pizlish.’
  3. it is an endearing way to describe someone’s English accent is adorable and cute. ‘When she speaks Pizlish, my heart melts.’

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