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.
Kenny Language (Southpark) - dCode
Tag(s) : Substitution Cipher
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Kenny McCormick's character in Southpark doesn't speak but mulbles / grumbles M, F and P based sounds.
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:
Example: DCODE is translated MPM,MMF,PPF,MPM,MPP
This encryption principle is identical to the Bacon 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).
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.