San Bernadino, CA – A group of nerds have created a new language called “Nerfspeak” to keep their conversations private from their devices. The language is a complex mix of English, Klingon, and binary code, and is designed to be indecipherable to devices while still being understandable to humans.
While many have praised the cleverness of the language’s design, some have questioned why the group didn’t simply turn off their devices if they wanted privacy. “I don’t really understand the point of going to all this trouble,” said tech expert and skeptic, John Carter. “If they’re that worried about being listened to, they could just turn off their phones or put them in another room.”
When asked about their motivations for creating this language, one member of the group explained, “We’re just tired of feeling like our devices are constantly listening in on our conversations. We wanted a way to speak freely without worrying about being overheard.”
The language has already gained popularity among the nerd community, with many praising its unique blend of languages and clever design. “I never thought I’d be speaking Nerfspeak on a daily basis, but here we are,” said one satisfied user.
However, the language has caused some confusion and frustration for non-nerds who attempt to eavesdrop on their conversations. “I thought I was pretty tech-savvy, but I couldn’t make heads or tails of what they were saying,” complained one frustrated eavesdropper.
Despite this, the creators of Nerfspeak remain confident in their creation. “We’ll always find a way to outsmart our devices,” said one member of the group. “And if that means speaking in a mix of Klingon and binary code, so be it.”