But it rather seems than instead of being constructive you've decided to troll here a bit, haven't ya, Bitmap...
I'm not trolling, I'm dead serious. Granted, I make fun of people every now and then (though never with the intention of spoiling a thread), but I don't do that here. I frankly don't even understand what you're talking about. If the method you described worked the way you described it, it wouldn't come up with a phrase like 'quomodo te habes?' when there is ample evidence of 'quid agis' or 'ut vales' in actual Latin texts, and it would not coin a new word for 'toilet' (that is not even based on the way any Romance language would circumsccribe a 'toilet') when there is enough actual Latin evidence to choose from.
I also think that in your defence of such phrases (and of the method by which you arrive at the justification thereof), you contradict yourself in your earlier statement in which you warned about the delusions 'chat Latin' (or whatever you may call it) might bring about in the attempt to get a grasp of genuine Latin.