Jumbify, you have to use more gutteral/back-of-the-mouth noises in German, so toss in many more letters such as 'g,' 'k,' and that goofy 'ch' sound in 'Bach.' Also, a lot of German words also like to end in '-e' and '-en,' so plop a few of those on the end of your texts, and then get rid of some of those 'j' letters that aren't really used so much--but you can keep the dots and just shift them over 'a,' 'o,' and 'u' occasionally, but always in pairs. Finally, and particularly pertinent to a discussion of Lexaloffle games is the '-chen' ending, which basically makes the word that you plug it onto mean also 'cute' and/or 'small.' Here is an illustration:
So your message (with some tinkering) should look something more like this:
Umsaden awe likden fi klask ispfchen! Schöie flädchen aüdwien englicshen asken... Mösten eje seid wölfdasen?
Hurrah! Perfektes Deutsch!
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