Aren't there more reasonable ways to get attention than dumbing down conversation? It seems like more and more it's becoming more difficult to understand what anyone is really saying. It only takes one word to change the whole meaning of a sentence.
That's all true. But I would make the argument that WE typically don't have conversations with people for which basic sentence structure is beyond grasp. No?
THOSE people tend to hang out in the dark recesses of the Internet, or spare us the confusion by text messaging other teenagers people.
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