HOW TO SPEAK PROPERLY.
AN INTRODUCTION ON SPEAKING BY THE MENTALLY STABLE
(Yes I thought we had that established last year?! Please refer to previous entries...)
QUEEN OF INSANITY:
I don't really like it when people "wRitE lyk diz... ... cuz i tink its realli v irritatg... ... cannot read it lehxxx so dotz dotz dotz".
But I adore people who write that this so "rawks" or that "U r CUTE!!! I sooo lurve YOU".
I think there's a very subtle difference between the two that only meticulously observant sickos like me would notice and make a fuss and obsess over.
The first line has a general aesthetic quality of creative annoyance and childishness which spells out illiteracy.
The second line creates a sense of significant emphasis on words that should stand out more, and on pronunciations that should come to life more, making the sentence leave a deeper impact on the person who is reading it.
And I'm neutral towards people who just write whatever they want to write and let the words come naturally. "If I dun use short forms then dun use lor, if I like, then I'll just use it lar. Depends on my mood."
Because I know they just want to keep it simple and laid-back, like a normal conversation in real life.
So speak yes?
Open your mouth.
Ah. AH. AHHHHH.
There you go.
Try practicing with the words, "I can't speak. I suck like shit."
Yea, nice rhyme to it isn't it?
The smarter ones can even do a rap with it.
With lotsa lurve and muackses,