The English "American" is comprised of many different languishes from many different cultures over many decades and it keeps changing with every generation .
I love it when Dullards say otherwise .
Excellent. Not only a Carpisium, but an entire Carpologism.
Thanks Nothing angers me more then American Colonialism - influencing in the way they see fit throw out the world
My anguish of languish throw out my world has no clue what you mean. Just sometimes to funny or not to funny, that is the question. Or WTF? We're not angry. Just puzzled. You cannot be angry at puzzlement.
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many different cultures over many decades
Nothing angers me more then American Colonialism*
I don't get it. But then that happens to me a lot! I usually don't ask for clarification. But not wanting to embarrass anyone or cause a stir, did the poster mean to say "coloqualism*". I'm not sure that would clear up everything for me though.
To the point that things CHANGE. . . . .
I really long for the Kings English that the early settlers spoke after the settlements were established. Twas so lyrical and beautiful. Don't ye think?
Of course things change! I loved the '40s. Then I loved the '50s, then I loved the '90s. I don't want to go back to any of them, but I cherish the memories of each era.
As befuddling as this thread is, I enjoy it much better than those about rubbish!
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