Sticks is an alternative alphabet for English invented by Kristian Baird. It can also be used to write Latin, Dutch and Welsh. Sticks is based on the letters T, L and I, and was also party inspired by repeating patterns which change slightly for each time.
Letters with a * next to them, should be pronounced with an "Ur" in combination with their original pronunciation. For example, V is pronounced "Vur", and Q at "Kur".
I think therefore I am.
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