Beanish symbols update time!
To use one in your post, right-click a symbol, copy image URL, and wrap the url in an img tag. This latest speech is so extensive that I've left the spacing in it, and added spacing to the other speeches (via colored periods). The color I use is #ECF3F7 if you want to try the same thing.
New speech (with spacing): . . . . . . . . . . . Notes:
We added a couple more kays, which are looking more and more like they are diacritically marked:
Perhaps the base symbol is an enn?
We got another sea, but it's unclear whether it's a freestanding symbol or a diacritic marking for the epsilon that immediately follows it:
We also seem to get a true six, as someone mentioned earlier, with a degree marking:
This new marking is interesting, a diacritically marked enn:
There's a two with what appears to be a pair of diacritics:
We finally get some buddies for our lone open nine:
A couple of other new degree-mark combos:
A diacritic flat:
And the finale, a symbol that doesn't readily fit any category. The closest grouping might be the curled yews. It reminds me of an upside-down power symbol: The SpeechesSpeech 1: . Speech 2: . . . . Speech 3: . . Speech 4: . . . . Speech 5: . Speech 6: . Speech 7: Speech 8:
Beanie: . Speech 9:
Cueball: . "Water." . Probably.Speech 10:
Beanie: Speech 11:
Cueball: Speech 12: . . . . . . . . . . . The Groupings
The curled yews:
The pinched loops :
The closed nines:
The open nines:
The power symbol: Redundant: