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  • 4-4-2017 That is what young people have always done. https://images.fastcompany.com/magazine/107/next_essay_chart.gif
  • The English language changes constantly, and in fact becomes so changed in a 500 year period that it becomes an entirely different language (such that you and someone from 1517 would have a problem understanding each other at all). And it isnt just the words that change...when I was a boy, the old people (mature generation) had very clear diction, and pronounced every little syllable and letter of their speech crisply. But the boomer generation felt that was "uptight" and changed the way English is pronounced in the US entirely - from clear and well, to loose and sloppy, so that people began to omit the g on words that end in "-ing" for instance. Winter became pronounced "win'er" and so on.
  • To be annoying asses.

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