Love for Minions

There are lots that make people like me feel crazy, when it comes to Minions. Minions are the funniest animated creatures I admire. Though they look strange with one or two eyes in a yellow cylindrical body, they express a lot of significant life lessons. So, obviously appearances are deceptive. Here’s a train of thoughts that convey my love for Minions.

Pull your friends also in trouble if you are wrong or get caught.

1

Be optimistic.

2

It’s fun to imitate.

3

It’s OK to get tired but do not stop there.

4

Never miss a naughty friend who can understand your looks.

5

Plan birthdays of your loved ones. You may be their hero!

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Helping your parents or partner in household chores is pleasure.

7

Set out for an adventure mission with friends.

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Watch movies and forget pain.

9

It isn’t advisable to believe everyone passing through your life (though the lesson may reward you at later part).

10

Vacate and Live Long.

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Capture beautiful moments.

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Hard work and willingness-to-do will always be rewarded.

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That Minion Policy.. Hug and speak so that the person who is down can open up their minds after feeling the comfort from you.

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Have an attitude.

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Develop a healthy gang around you at workplaces.  Your Friends Are Integral To Having A Good Time.

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Follow you passion no matter how bad others feel that will look on you.

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Innocence may hurt.

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Play.

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Don’t ever take yourself too seriously.

Finally, here’s the minion language – Minionese or the Banana Language – for those minion lovers. I had read this from a website few days back, and bookmarked.

Phrases

  • Hello – Bello
  • Goodbye – Poopaye
  • Thank you –Tank yu
  • I’m sorry – Bi-do
  • Can we start? – Pwede na?
  • For you – Para tu
  • How dare you? –Sa la ka!
  • I hate you – Tatata bala tu
  • I swear… – Underwear…
  • I’m hungry – Me want banana
  • Look at you – Luk at tu
  • We love you – Tulaliloo ti amo

Numbers

  • One – Hana
  • Two – Dul
  • Three – Sae

Food

  • Apples – Babbles/Papples
  • Ice cream – Gelato

Other Common Words

  • Bottom – Buttom
  • Butt – Butt
  • Chair – Chasy
  • Cheers – Kampai
  • Fire – BEE DO BEE DO BEE DO
  • Kiss Kiss – Muak Muak Muak
  • Marriage – La boda
  • Stop – Stupa
  • Toy – Baboi
  • Ugly – Bananonina
  • What – Po ka

Poopaye..

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