Well, as it happens, it is fun to play with the old-fashioned strong verbs and conjugate them by using the Indo-European ablaut. However, as far along as modern English is, many possible forms alread have other meanings, e.g., "dink, dank, & dunk" are forms that all have other meanings and that precludes their use as strong verbs together, as above.
Some verbs have odd remnants of what might once have been a regular progression, such as hang, hung, and hung or hanged (for ppl.).
I applaud youze guys for playing around with it, as that could stimulate you to learn.