2022-11-22 at 4:05 PM UTC
the english language as it relates to the use of characters. For instance this is a favorite
Way is it $200 instead of 200$ You literally say "Two Hundred Dollars" You don't say "Dollars Two Hundred" People have been correcting me on this for like 20 years and I'm not CHANGING! Like you typically write 200USD if you don't have characters for money, you know why? Because it's 200 United States Dollars, you don't put USD200 that would be retarded!
The word façade is a term I liked to use a lot in the past, pretty much any time someone is putting up a front or faking, you can accuse them of having a façade. However I dind't know until I was about 18 that it's "Fa-sodd" I pronounced it Fawk-Aid you know since I don't have a letter C with a dangler on it, I think it's Greek or Italian.
The incorporation of ebonics into American Standard English should be a priority for those people at websters. For fucks sake I remember like 10 years ago when they put the word "Spam" into the dictionary defining it as junk email correspondences. So why no words such as:
I'm sure there's more
I suppose that's good for now, I'm sure I can come up with more later.
2022-11-22 at 4:40 PM UTC
$ is a symbol to indicate the following is a reference to currency rather than just a random number. It's nothing to do with the verbalization.
2022-11-22 at 6:12 PM UTC
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2022-11-22 at 6:34 PM UTC
lrn 2 reed ya dfukcing noncetard
2022-11-22 at 6:51 PM UTC
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