Sorry but I’m not keeping up with the txtng jargon. Is it a new fad to double letters at the end of a word? Really doesn’t make sense. They abbreviate everything like idk, lol, & bc but then add other letters. Is that to make up for not typing the other letters? I’m scared to think what the written English language will look like in a couple of decades.
To answer the double-letters question, some poor idiots try to imitate the vocal drawing out of a word, for some strange reason, by repeating the last letters. So what cuntface was probably going for was “looooooove story,” but her stupidity turned it into what would sound like “lovieeeeeeeeeeeee story.”
Some of my friends do this on Facebook constantly, and it drives me INSANE!
The answer is “no”, Suoh. I’ll hold you while we cry for our nation’s ignorant youth. -_-
Meghan scares me. She kept saying “haha”, but then would say, “I find no humor in this.” She’d laugh, but then she’d be so serious about such a stupid, little issue. I think that might be a sign of bipolarism or schizophrenia… maybe she did cut Melissa that weekend…
1: We’re so in love we have our own song and everything! *swoon*
2: No it’s my song!
1: No it’s mine!
2: We had it first!
1: No, we did!
2: You can’t keep it!
1: I’d like to see you try!
2: I hate you!
Wow. First off, no human being should ever debase themselves to the point of arguing over a Taylor Swift song.
Secondly, “Romeo and Juliet” was basically Shakespeare commenting on how foolish young people were (and are). It’s not about undying love or sacrifice, it’s about the stupidity of youth (as outlined by the opening and closing soliloquies). Hmm. Actually, I guess it’s applicable in this case.
Third, is anyone else annoyed by the whole “adding the extra letter to the end of the word” thing? I have the tendency to imagine the person’s voice when I read their comment, so it always comes out weird, as if they’re pointlessly elongating their words.