Could you imagine if Lincoln delivered his famous Gettysburg Address using today’s horrific usage? “Soooo, ummmm, four score and ahhhhhhh, seven years ago, you know, our fathers, sort of brought forth on this continent a kind of new nation, I mean, aaahh, sort of conceived in, ahhhhhh like Liberty, and you know, ummmmm dedicated to, […]
Millions of people have been conditioned to perceive generalizations negatively. People commonly say in a dismissive tone, “oh, that is just a generalization”. Our politically correct environment has certainly contributed to this ill-informed idea; which limits our ability to learn and understand new situations. It also makes our thinking conventional and predictable. Given the fact […]assumptions, generalizations, politically correct
What is the deal with people abbreviating short and simple words? Are these people nuts? What is so hard about saying the word medicine? No, some people have to say “meds.” How about these: BO – body odor FYI – for your information Peps – people BTW – by the way LMAO – laugh […]Abbreviation, Abbreviation and acronym mania, acronym, annoying words, bo, btw, fyi, intelligence in the United States, lmao, meds, milf, overuse, peps, simple words
There are a lot of names that have shortened versions that people commonly use. For example, guys named Frederick are commonly referred to as Fred or Freddy and women named Susan are commonly called Sue or Suzy. These make sense because they sound similar and are shorter; thereby saving milliseconds of speech time. However, there are […]short nicknames, shortened versions of names, Strange nicknames
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