I've been doing a bunch of research, mostly talking to Portuguese-speakers who speak English as their second language, and I have managed to come up with a series of guidelines as to how this vernacular works. For example:
- Words ending in consonants, often have an -ee sound at the end (Ex. Orangee Juicee)
- Words ending in a -d sound end up sounding more like a -gee sound (Ex. Metro Cargee)
- Words ending in a -t sound end up sounding more like a -chee sound (Ex. Bestchee Buy)
So it all comes down to this. It's either me or this assignment. One of us will remain standing at the end of this confrontation and right now it's still up for debate as to who it will be. All I know is this isn't just an assignment anymore. It's a matter of survival.