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Kenny Language (Southpark)

Tool to decipher Kenny mmp mpf mff in Southpark. A coded language based on triplets of letters M, P, F that can be translated into our alphabet.

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Tag(s) : Substitution Cipher

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Kenny Language (Southpark)

Kenny Code Decoder

 

See also: Bacon Cipher

Kenny Code Encoder

 

Answers to Questions (FAQ)

What is Kenny mumbling? (Definition)

Kenny McCormick's character in Southpark doesn't speak but mulbles / grumbles M, F and P based sounds.

How to encrypt using Kenny cipher?

Kenny's language is a substitution (replacement) of the letters of the alphabet by a triplet of 3 letters (also named triliter) composed of M, F and P.

To encrypt, each letter is associated with a trigram according to the correspondence:

AMMMBMMPCMMFDMPMEMPPFMPFGMFM
HMFPIMFFJPMMKPMPLPMFMPPMNPPP
OPPFPPFMQPFPRPFFSFMMTFMPUFMF
VFPMWFPPXFPFYFFMZFFP

Example: DCODE is translated MPM,MMF,PPF,MPM,MPP

This encryption principle is identical to the Bacon cipher.

How to decrypt Kenny cipher?

The deciphering of Kenny's words consists in replacing each trigram (composed of M, F and P) by the corresponding letter in the alphabet (see above).

How to recognize a Kenny ciphertext?

The Kenny encoded messages are composed only of the letters F, P, M and theoretically contain a letter number multiple of 3.

Any reference to Southpark, especially to Kenny McCormick's character and its death (he is known to die stupidly in all episodes) is a clue.

The sentence Oh my God, they killed Kenny after he's dead, and its answer You bastards has become a meme.

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