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2020-07-03 7:10:23 AM  

Smoking GNU: cman: I could care less (yes, that was intentional) what others feel about English

I speak American, so fark y'all.

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Simplified


It is so funny that it says simplified
Fitting.

To all the teachers at Winston Elementary, EABOD
 
2020-07-03 7:14:16 AM  

Marcos P: Wh4t3v3r 1t w4s p4rf3ct3d s0m3t1m3 1n th3 90s


I understood that without slowing down, so I'll allow it.
 
2020-07-03 7:15:31 AM  

turboke: CFitzDE: A language misuse that bothers me is 'peruse' -- I've heard many people use it to mean 'skim' or 'look over lightly' when the dictionary defines it as 'to examine carefully at length.'

The 'literally' problem is alarming to me because we've already lost 'really' in the same way. I don't want to have to say "that wasn't a metaphor" after we lose the battle of 'literally' (that may or may not have been a metaphor).

That bothers me as well. How can you literally say literally if it can literally mean figuratively?


Because it's sarcasm.
Not, that I make a habit of it.
I like saying

I'll literally slap that dudes face.
 
2020-07-03 7:20:13 AM  

Resident Muslim: studebaker hoch: The verbing of nouns.

Sorry, I was mouthing your words, and they floored me.
I'm just helping you in painting the larger picture.

/I have enough issues with people blending words; mansplaining, moobs, etc
//though brunch has become mainstream
///don't brunch myself, though


I never really, really, understood what mansplaining was/is?

But,
The movie I Love You, Daddy

Was/is on YouTube.
And there this sense where CK is explaining something to his daughter. And a massive light bulb was going off. And, I was OMFG this scumbag is mansplaining.
 
2020-07-03 7:22:23 AM  

thesharkman: How many people spell the wore lose as loose. Two completely different words and meanings. If I see that again I'll loose my mind.


Autocorrect actually does that to me I need to get into the habit of rereading everything to make sure autocorrect hasn't 🦆 me
 
2020-07-03 7:23:24 AM  

Abacus9: Marcos P: Wh4t3v3r 1t w4s p4rf3ct3d s0m3t1m3 1n th3 90s

I understood that without slowing down, so I'll allow it.


h4xx0r!  <('.'<)

';..;' kekekek ';..;'

-_-;; -_-;; -_-;;

^____^
 
2020-07-03 7:24:09 AM  

Marcos P: Wh4t3v3r 1t w4s p4rf3ct3d s0m3t1m3 1n th3 90s


eYe dOnT lIkE tHaT cOuLd rEaD tHaT
 
2020-07-03 7:24:37 AM  

DoughyGuy: When humans were first making words for things, sometimes things or concepts would get discovered that needed new words. So someone would make up a new word for something and everyone eventually agreed upon using it.

Apparently, some people feel we shouldn't do that anymore? Language policing is very odd...


Its also a very Quebec thing

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2020-07-03 7:27:47 AM  
We jumped the shark when "twerk" was added to the dictionary.
 
2020-07-03 7:30:10 AM  
Dead languages don't change.
 
2020-07-03 7:36:18 AM  

Marcos P: Abacus9: Marcos P: Wh4t3v3r 1t w4s p4rf3ct3d s0m3t1m3 1n th3 90s

I understood that without slowing down, so I'll allow it.

h4xx0r!  <('.'<)

';..;' kekekek ';..;'

-_-;; -_-;; -_-;;

^____^


You want the ke ke ke to take my baby away?
 
2020-07-03 7:37:03 AM  

Smoking GNU: cman: I could care less (yes, that was intentional) what others feel about English

I speak American, so fark y'all.

[Fark user image 526x409]



That's amusing but Americans aren't the ones who decided "Worchester" was pronounced "wooster".
 
2020-07-03 7:37:14 AM  

ecmoRandomNumbers: Written language died when teenagers got smart phones.

My lawn. Off it.


My English teacher back in 1976 would disagree with that.
 
2020-07-03 7:39:59 AM  
it be
 
2020-07-03 7:40:27 AM  

waxbeans: Resident Muslim: studebaker hoch: The verbing of nouns.

Sorry, I was mouthing your words, and they floored me.
I'm just helping you in painting the larger picture.

/I have enough issues with people blending words; mansplaining, moobs, etc
//though brunch has become mainstream
///don't brunch myself, though

I never really, really, understood what mansplaining was/is?

But,
The movie I Love You, Daddy

Was/is on YouTube.
And there this sense where CK is explaining something to his daughter. And a massive light bulb was going off. And, I was OMFG this scumbag is mansplaining.


Serious question, have you ever been north of the Mason/Dixon line? Curious, you said you're from Texas, I'm from Michigan, and we couldn't live in more different worlds. Just seeing what the common ground is, you know?
 
2020-07-03 7:42:23 AM  

aerojockey: Smoking GNU: cman: I could care less (yes, that was intentional) what others feel about English

I speak American, so fark y'all.

[Fark user image 526x409]


That's amusing but Americans aren't the ones who decided "Worchester" was pronounced "wooster".


I don't think I pronounce that word the same way one single time in my entire life

We sore sur sauce
We sure sa sir sauce
War sore
Wish sir
And on and on
 
2020-07-03 7:43:00 AM  

aerojockey: Smoking GNU: cman: I could care less (yes, that was intentional) what others feel about English

I speak American, so fark y'all.

[Fark user image 526x409]


That's amusing but Americans aren't the ones who decided "Worchester" was pronounced "wooster".


Worcester =/= Worchester. Don't know who decided, but it's correct in American too. Unless you're stupid.
 
2020-07-03 7:46:13 AM  

Abacus9: waxbeans: Resident Muslim: studebaker hoch: The verbing of nouns.

Sorry, I was mouthing your words, and they floored me.
I'm just helping you in painting the larger picture.

/I have enough issues with people blending words; mansplaining, moobs, etc
//though brunch has become mainstream
///don't brunch myself, though

I never really, really, understood what mansplaining was/is?

But,
The movie I Love You, Daddy

Was/is on YouTube.
And there this sense where CK is explaining something to his daughter. And a massive light bulb was going off. And, I was OMFG this scumbag is mansplaining.

Serious question, have you ever been north of the Mason/Dixon line? Curious, you said you're from Texas, I'm from Michigan, and we couldn't live in more different worlds. Just seeing what the common ground is, you know?


Lived in Lawton Oklahoma for a spell.
Modesto, California.
El Paso, Texas and about 7 other cities in Texass.
I just caught a new word Texass.
Pronounce tex ass.
Oh and Mexico.
 
2020-07-03 7:47:03 AM  

Abacus9: waxbeans: Resident Muslim: studebaker hoch: The verbing of nouns.

Sorry, I was mouthing your words, and they floored me.
I'm just helping you in painting the larger picture.

/I have enough issues with people blending words; mansplaining, moobs, etc
//though brunch has become mainstream
///don't brunch myself, though

I never really, really, understood what mansplaining was/is?

But,
The movie I Love You, Daddy

Was/is on YouTube.
And there this sense where CK is explaining something to his daughter. And a massive light bulb was going off. And, I was OMFG this scumbag is mansplaining.

Serious question, have you ever been north of the Mason/Dixon line? Curious, you said you're from Texas, I'm from Michigan, and we couldn't live in more different worlds. Just seeing what the common ground is, you know?


Oh my God I love Auburn hills I want to die in Auburn hills Detroit.
 
2020-07-03 7:49:25 AM  
Good. Now maybe people will shut the fark up.
 
2020-07-03 7:53:50 AM  

waxbeans: Abacus9: waxbeans: Resident Muslim: studebaker hoch: The verbing of nouns.

Sorry, I was mouthing your words, and they floored me.
I'm just helping you in painting the larger picture.

/I have enough issues with people blending words; mansplaining, moobs, etc
//though brunch has become mainstream
///don't brunch myself, though

I never really, really, understood what mansplaining was/is?

But,
The movie I Love You, Daddy

Was/is on YouTube.
And there this sense where CK is explaining something to his daughter. And a massive light bulb was going off. And, I was OMFG this scumbag is mansplaining.

Serious question, have you ever been north of the Mason/Dixon line? Curious, you said you're from Texas, I'm from Michigan, and we couldn't live in more different worlds. Just seeing what the common ground is, you know?

Oh my God I love Auburn hills I want to die in Auburn hills Detroit.


Ok wait what? Auburn Hills isn't in Detroit, and why?
 
2020-07-03 7:54:59 AM  
The farthest south I've lived was Ashland, Ohio, FWIW.
 
2020-07-03 7:58:33 AM  

cman: I could care less (yes, that was intentional) what others feel about English

I speak American, so fark y'all.


🎶 That means you do care
(At least a little)🎶
 
2020-07-03 8:00:48 AM  

GrogSmash: abhorrent1: Irregardless is a perfectly cromulent word to use when conversating.

Sure...  if you want to be beaten upside the head.


User name checks out.
 
2020-07-03 8:01:18 AM  

HawgWild: It's spelled whoa. I'll never accept woah.

DO YOU HEAR ME?! NEVER!


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2020-07-03 8:03:30 AM  

DoughyGuy: When humans were first making words for things, sometimes things or concepts would get discovered that needed new words. So someone would make up a new word for something and everyone eventually agreed upon using it.

Apparently, some people feel we shouldn't do that anymore? Language policing is very odd...


Except that's not what's happening. Instead, people are taking words with a given meaning and unnecessarily changing the meaning, or taking a word without meaning and giving it the meaning of a word that already exists. It's either reducing the language or making it redundant.
 
2020-07-03 8:06:27 AM  

Tyrone Slothrop: DoughyGuy: When humans were first making words for things, sometimes things or concepts would get discovered that needed new words. So someone would make up a new word for something and everyone eventually agreed upon using it.

Apparently, some people feel we shouldn't do that anymore? Language policing is very odd...

Except that's not what's happening. Instead, people are taking words with a given meaning and unnecessarily changing the meaning, or taking a word without meaning and giving it the meaning of a word that already exists. It's either reducing the language or making it redundant.


Irredundant.
 
2020-07-03 8:08:23 AM  
Merriam-Webster is the Daily Mail of dictionaries.
 
2020-07-03 8:08:52 AM  

Abacus9: waxbeans: Abacus9: waxbeans: Resident Muslim: studebaker hoch: The verbing of nouns.

Sorry, I was mouthing your words, and they floored me.
I'm just helping you in painting the larger picture.

/I have enough issues with people blending words; mansplaining, moobs, etc
//though brunch has become mainstream
///don't brunch myself, though

I never really, really, understood what mansplaining was/is?

But,
The movie I Love You, Daddy

Was/is on YouTube.
And there this sense where CK is explaining something to his daughter. And a massive light bulb was going off. And, I was OMFG this scumbag is mansplaining.

Serious question, have you ever been north of the Mason/Dixon line? Curious, you said you're from Texas, I'm from Michigan, and we couldn't live in more different worlds. Just seeing what the common ground is, you know?

Oh my God I love Auburn hills I want to die in Auburn hills Detroit.

Ok wait what? Auburn Hills isn't in Detroit, and why?


When I went to see Metallica, at the palace in Auburn hills, I loved the hell out of it. The leaves; and the combination of the sun and cold combined to be thid feeling that I described as air conditioning outdoors.
I want to spend my last days there. Oh and Windsor is an amazing cherry on top.
 
2020-07-03 8:09:23 AM  

waxbeans: Abacus9: waxbeans: Abacus9: waxbeans: Resident Muslim: studebaker hoch: The verbing of nouns.

Sorry, I was mouthing your words, and they floored me.
I'm just helping you in painting the larger picture.

/I have enough issues with people blending words; mansplaining, moobs, etc
//though brunch has become mainstream
///don't brunch myself, though

I never really, really, understood what mansplaining was/is?

But,
The movie I Love You, Daddy

Was/is on YouTube.
And there this sense where CK is explaining something to his daughter. And a massive light bulb was going off. And, I was OMFG this scumbag is mansplaining.

Serious question, have you ever been north of the Mason/Dixon line? Curious, you said you're from Texas, I'm from Michigan, and we couldn't live in more different worlds. Just seeing what the common ground is, you know?

Oh my God I love Auburn hills I want to die in Auburn hills Detroit.

Ok wait what? Auburn Hills isn't in Detroit, and why?

When I went to see Metallica, at the palace in Auburn hills, I loved the hell out of it. The leaves; and the combination of the sun and cold combined to be thid feeling that I described as air conditioning outdoors.
I want to spend my last days there. Oh and Windsor is an amazing cherry on top.


THIS*****
 
2020-07-03 8:23:30 AM  
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2020-07-03 8:29:39 AM  

in flagrante: Spartapuss: Hoisted on it's own petard.

its!

I've personally never heard anyone use the word 'irregardless' when speaking.  In print, the only time I've come across it is in written diatribes bemoaning the collapse of civilization as we know it....usually written by people who are trying very hard to justify those liberal arts degrees.   I honestly think we're ok here.

Clichéd idioms bother me a lot more than mutated single words.  I could live the rest of my life pretty comfortably if I never heard "at the end of the day" again.  You probably all have your own favourites as well.


I noticed that unless someone is discussing something that happens round twilight time, you can remove "at the end of the day" without losing any meaning at all. You also rarely need to add any placeholder words for grammatical correctness. "At the end of the day" lifts cleanly out.
 
2020-07-03 8:31:32 AM  
Alot of words my teacher said ain't real words they were wrong about.
 
2020-07-03 8:33:59 AM  

baron von doodle: If you are making up a word, why not make it funny?


Flabric: the extra fabric you need to cut from a garment you're sewing.

/no charge
 
2020-07-03 8:34:00 AM  

ecmoRandomNumbers: Written language died when teenagers got smart phones.

My lawn. Off it.


Stop your flapping, Daddy'O. That jive ain't flying.
 
2020-07-03 8:39:43 AM  
Cool, maybe thell work on the current, accepted use of an apostrophe to denote a plural, and while there at it, do something about the useless extra spelling's of there and your

Everyone does these thing's these day's after all even if they tell you your going to hell

(also, period's are angry)
 
2020-07-03 8:42:00 AM  

baron von doodle: waxbeans: baron von doodle: waxbeans: baron von doodle: Mitt Romneys Tax Return: waxbeans: anfrind: The English dictionary does not make the rules, it merely describes how the language is used.  If you would rather use a language where the rules are defined by a central authority, you can switch to French.

This

Not entirely. Editors of English language dictionaries spend a great deal of time determining the proper balance between description (identifying and defining words as they are used) and proscription (setting the rules for proper definitions and usage). You're right that there is no central language authority like the French Academy, but you can't have a functional language if the lexicon is a complete free-for-all.

You are correct, but I think that they are taking "common usage" too far. I mean, words have to have meanings or what I just typed is only inteligible to myself. A chair should always be a chair.

No.
Usage determines meaning.
What exactly about that are you incapable of understanding?

I'm still pissed off about the news media fracking up the meaning of decimate. Personal grudge. Beyond that, I don't really care.

Wait.
We can fix decimate.

C-19 may very well decimate the United States of America.

33 mil? Good God I hope not. By the way, decimate is historically important. The officers in the Soviet Union circa WW1 and 2 would shoot 1 in 10 soldiers at random from any unit that deserted. So, keeping that word accurate is historically important. Nya 😝

Serious about the way Soviet troops were treated. Not so much about the rest.


You are gonna have to go back a few thousand years to when the term originated.  ~471ish BC.
 
2020-07-03 8:42:34 AM  

Kriggerel: Cool, maybe thell work on the current, accepted use of an apostrophe to denote a plural, and while there at it, do something about the useless extra spelling's of there and your

Everyone does these thing's these day's after all even if they tell you your going to hell

(also, period's are angry)


We don't need anarchy, buddy boy
 
2020-07-03 8:42:37 AM  

Kriggerel: Cool, maybe thell work on the current, accepted use of an apostrophe to denote a plural, and while there at it, do something about the useless extra spelling's of there and your

Everyone does these thing's these day's after all even if they tell you your going to hell

(also, period's are angry)


u accidenshully hit ur shift key twice
 
2020-07-03 8:47:37 AM  
if you think "irregardless" is redundant and silly french has "au jour d'aujourd'hui" so dont feel too bad
 
2020-07-03 8:49:53 AM  
Noah Webster was full of felgerkarp.
 
2020-07-03 9:08:23 AM  
I silently judge people that say this because a little bit of me dies inside when I hear it. And if you try to explain why it's wrong, they never believe you.
 
2020-07-03 9:09:43 AM  

waxbeans: Abacus9: waxbeans: Abacus9: waxbeans: Resident Muslim: studebaker hoch: The verbing of nouns.

Sorry, I was mouthing your words, and they floored me.
I'm just helping you in painting the larger picture.

/I have enough issues with people blending words; mansplaining, moobs, etc
//though brunch has become mainstream
///don't brunch myself, though

I never really, really, understood what mansplaining was/is?

But,
The movie I Love You, Daddy

Was/is on YouTube.
And there this sense where CK is explaining something to his daughter. And a massive light bulb was going off. And, I was OMFG this scumbag is mansplaining.

Serious question, have you ever been north of the Mason/Dixon line? Curious, you said you're from Texas, I'm from Michigan, and we couldn't live in more different worlds. Just seeing what the common ground is, you know?

Oh my God I love Auburn hills I want to die in Auburn hills Detroit.

Ok wait what? Auburn Hills isn't in Detroit, and why?

When I went to see Metallica, at the palace in Auburn hills, I loved the hell out of it. The leaves; and the combination of the sun and cold combined to be thid feeling that I described as air conditioning outdoors.
I want to spend my last days there. Oh and Windsor is an amazing cherry on top.


When was this? I saw them there on 12/31/1999 along with Ted Nugent, and (was too late to see Kid Rock or Sevendust - and good! cuz they suck - Kid Rock sux anyway, don't know about the other). It may explain the sun with the outdoor air conditioning (Winter, we call it here). Any why were you in SE Michigan anyway?
 
2020-07-03 9:11:10 AM  

waxbeans: waxbeans: Abacus9: waxbeans: Abacus9: waxbeans: Resident Muslim: studebaker hoch: The verbing of nouns.

Sorry, I was mouthing your words, and they floored me.
I'm just helping you in painting the larger picture.

/I have enough issues with people blending words; mansplaining, moobs, etc
//though brunch has become mainstream
///don't brunch myself, though

I never really, really, understood what mansplaining was/is?

But,
The movie I Love You, Daddy

Was/is on YouTube.
And there this sense where CK is explaining something to his daughter. And a massive light bulb was going off. And, I was OMFG this scumbag is mansplaining.

Serious question, have you ever been north of the Mason/Dixon line? Curious, you said you're from Texas, I'm from Michigan, and we couldn't live in more different worlds. Just seeing what the common ground is, you know?

Oh my God I love Auburn hills I want to die in Auburn hills Detroit.

Ok wait what? Auburn Hills isn't in Detroit, and why?

When I went to see Metallica, at the palace in Auburn hills, I loved the hell out of it. The leaves; and the combination of the sun and cold combined to be thid feeling that I described as air conditioning outdoors.
I want to spend my last days there. Oh and Windsor is an amazing cherry on top.

THIS*****


Yeah Windsor's a bit of all right, eh?
 
2020-07-03 9:19:01 AM  

psychosis_inducing: in flagrante: Spartapuss: Hoisted on it's own petard.

its!

I've personally never heard anyone use the word 'irregardless' when speaking.  In print, the only time I've come across it is in written diatribes bemoaning the collapse of civilization as we know it....usually written by people who are trying very hard to justify those liberal arts degrees.   I honestly think we're ok here.

Clichéd idioms bother me a lot more than mutated single words.  I could live the rest of my life pretty comfortably if I never heard "at the end of the day" again.  You probably all have your own favourites as well.

I noticed that unless someone is discussing something that happens round twilight time, you can remove "at the end of the day" without losing any meaning at all. You also rarely need to add any placeholder words for grammatical correctness. "At the end of the day" lifts cleanly out.


Incorrect. Much of it comes from religion, in the form of Jewish people ending their day at sunset. Like it or not, that has ingrained itself into American culture via the Christian religion, which is somewhat related. Phrases like "don't let the sun set upon your anger" are examples of this. Maybe educate yourself before speaking next time.
 
2020-07-03 9:22:39 AM  

Kriggerel: Cool, maybe thell work on the current, accepted use of an apostrophe to denote a plural, and while there at it, do something about the useless extra spelling's of there and your

Everyone does these thing's these day's after all even if they tell you your going to hell

(also, period's are angry)


Stopped reading after "thell", it was giving me a headache.
 
2020-07-03 9:25:13 AM  

Biohazard Banana Suit: if you think "irregardless" is redundant and silly french has "au jour d'aujourd'hui" so dont feel too bad


Hey I like my soup the way I like it, man!
 
2020-07-03 9:27:29 AM  

Abacus9: waxbeans: Abacus9: waxbeans: Abacus9: waxbeans: Resident Muslim: studebaker hoch: The verbing of nouns.

Sorry, I was mouthing your words, and they floored me.
I'm just helping you in painting the larger picture.

/I have enough issues with people blending words; mansplaining, moobs, etc
//though brunch has become mainstream
///don't brunch myself, though

I never really, really, understood what mansplaining was/is?

But,
The movie I Love You, Daddy

Was/is on YouTube.
And there this sense where CK is explaining something to his daughter. And a massive light bulb was going off. And, I was OMFG this scumbag is mansplaining.

Serious question, have you ever been north of the Mason/Dixon line? Curious, you said you're from Texas, I'm from Michigan, and we couldn't live in more different worlds. Just seeing what the common ground is, you know?

Oh my God I love Auburn hills I want to die in Auburn hills Detroit.

Ok wait what? Auburn Hills isn't in Detroit, and why?

When I went to see Metallica, at the palace in Auburn hills, I loved the hell out of it. The leaves; and the combination of the sun and cold combined to be thid feeling that I described as air conditioning outdoors.
I want to spend my last days there. Oh and Windsor is an amazing cherry on top.

When was this? I saw them there on 12/31/1999 along with Ted Nugent, and (was too late to see Kid Rock or Sevendust - and good! cuz they suck - Kid Rock sux anyway, don't know about the other). It may explain the sun with the outdoor air conditioning (Winter, we call it here). Any why were you in SE Michigan anyway?


OCTOBER 1, 2004, God Smack. Opened.
Always wanted, still want to, fallow Metallica across America. Only managed 3 shows over 14 months.

When I hear winter I think uncomfortable cold.
Not air conditioning, with a warm beam of sun on my face. Did a elk/mousse hunt in Colorado during winter. That was uncomfortable. And not air conditioning. That was cold.
 
2020-07-03 9:29:26 AM  

Abacus9: waxbeans: waxbeans: Abacus9: waxbeans: Abacus9: waxbeans: Resident Muslim: studebaker hoch: The verbing of nouns.

Sorry, I was mouthing your words, and they floored me.
I'm just helping you in painting the larger picture.

/I have enough issues with people blending words; mansplaining, moobs, etc
//though brunch has become mainstream
///don't brunch myself, though

I never really, really, understood what mansplaining was/is?

But,
The movie I Love You, Daddy

Was/is on YouTube.
And there this sense where CK is explaining something to his daughter. And a massive light bulb was going off. And, I was OMFG this scumbag is mansplaining.

Serious question, have you ever been north of the Mason/Dixon line? Curious, you said you're from Texas, I'm from Michigan, and we couldn't live in more different worlds. Just seeing what the common ground is, you know?

Oh my God I love Auburn hills I want to die in Auburn hills Detroit.

Ok wait what? Auburn Hills isn't in Detroit, and why?

When I went to see Metallica, at the palace in Auburn hills, I loved the hell out of it. The leaves; and the combination of the sun and cold combined to be thid feeling that I described as air conditioning outdoors.
I want to spend my last days there. Oh and Windsor is an amazing cherry on top.

THIS*****

Yeah Windsor's a bit of all right, eh?


It was so cool. With the exchange rate, it was like going to Mexico but much more clean.
And I was able to buy a Cuban cigar.
 
2020-07-03 9:32:31 AM  
Dfuq.
 
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