That "LOL" and text-write is changing how we speak.
I find it interesting, since when I text or write emails , I attempt to use correct English grammar . I see it as an opportunity to let folks know how to write. Most of my emails and texts are to family members. Of course, I do fail in my grammar often.
I don't text much.
We've had several discussions on word usage here over the years. From the uses of "your, and you're" to others.
It still bothers me to hear people end their sentences when speaking with "you know" and worse, "no I'm sayin'". Just grates my teeth.
There are 10 kinds of people. Those that understand binary and those that don't.
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