This is the language of your father, your uncles, your grandfather and many of daddyâ€™s friends. It is comprised of cultural references, movie and tv excerpts and general slang terminology. This language, understood by few, is spoken so freely and used so frequently that often times the poor listener misses the entire jist of the conversation. The two of you, however, caught on to this odd vernacular at a very young age, offering to â€˜whack up a sangieâ€™ or protesting that you didnâ€™t want to â€˜hit the rackâ€™. As you learned to communicate, you constructed your own version of â€˜Bakerspeakâ€™. I suppose this sweet pre-schooler jargon of yours will fade with time, and be replaced by proper English grammer, but for right now, it is very cute! Last one there is a rockinâ€™ egg! Can I please be full? - asked every time you finish a meal beeyoosh - to strike when defending oneself as in â€œWe beeyooshed the bad guys!â€ Iâ€™m hate-able at this - Iâ€™m not very good at this tangle - to tie or wrap up as in â€œCan you please tangle my shoes?â€ or â€œCan you please tangle our video games?â€ (wrap the cord around) Are they to life? - Are they real?