"Will You Marry Me" and other handy phrases in steno (stenograph machine)

Occasionally I'll write a post based on the search terms that brought someone to my blog. This one, "Will you marry me in stenograph," is too sweet not to!  Apparently some thoughtful person wants to propose to their significant other in steno (using the language of the stenograph machine). I hope whoever it is searches those terms again and finds the information they need. So here's that phrase and a few other ones that might be useful for people that want to send personal messages, decorate cakes, or make homemade holiday or other greeting cards for the stenographers, court reporters, CART providers, and captioners in their lives. PS - The capital letters are standard and easier to read.

Will you marry me?   HR- KWROU PHAR/REU PHE STPH-
I love you    EU HR*UF KWROU
Happy birthday   HAP/PEU B*EURT/DAEU
Good luck   TKPWAOD HRUBG
Happy anniversary   HAP/PEU APB/SRERS/REU
Get well soon   TKPWET WEL SAOPB
Merry Christmas   PHER/REU KR*EUS/PHAS
Happy New Year HAP/PEU TPHU KWRAOER
Thank you   THA*PBG KWROU

! (exclamation point)   STKPWHR-FPLT
? (question mark)   STPH-
. (period)   -FPLT

11 comments:

Ricardo Beltran said...

How do I write
I miss you beautiful

Anonymous said...

EU PHEUSZ KWROU PWAOUFL

That says "I miss you beautiful" in steno.

I would add a comma after "you" because it's a direct address. So it'd be "EU PHEUSZ KWROU RBGS PWAOUFL."

Anonymous said...

How do I write

From a friend to a friend

Anonymous said...

TPR A TPREUND TO A TPREUND

Lisa Urso said...

Actually, friend would be TPREPBD.

jared said...

how do i write

ILOVEYOU my PRINCESS ?

Jenni said...

EU L*UF KWROU (RBGS is a comma) PHEU PREUPB/SESZ

Anonymous said...

How do I write "First my mother, forever my friend"? :)

JUNG said...

Hey, @anonymous! I'd go with TP*EURS PHEU PHOER RBGS TPR*FR PHEU TPREPBD

Unknown said...

We are trying to make a banner for our mother's as a surprise Thanks. To read: Happy 90th Birthday! We love you!

JUNG said...

@unknown, I write that
HAEP 9/0/*T PW*EURTD!
WE HR*UF KWROU!

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