is the family of languages created by inserting a certain code syllable in the middle of each syllable of a regular sentence. For example, if the code syllable were "ob", then "Hello, Thomas" would be translated as "Hobellobo, Thobomobas". While a relatively simple useless language
, Gibberish can be difficult to understand when spoken swiftly and sounds merely like meaningless babble, which is how it received its name. While any syllables could theoretically be used as the code syllables, there are some which have risen to greater use.
- Ubbi Dubbi-- "ub"
- Double Dutch-- "ag"
- Op (or Oppish)-- "op"
In addition, some variations exist with longer code syllables such as "ubbagg", resulting in even more gibberish-sounding gibberish. (Yubbaggou dubbaggon't wubbaggant tubbaggo knubbaggow).