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Imposssible must be possible..Category: (general)
Tuesday, 28 October 2008
10:50:42 AM (GMT)
Have you ever thought about words???
NO, I mean like Impossible, it has possible in it which cancels out the im part which
might have been unfortunate but that has the word fortunate.
And when people say that everyone is unique, that makes us all the same because the
opposite of unique is to be normal which means the majority and being part of the
majority means we are not all unique we are all the same which is not what the people
were trying to tell us. Which is really... wierd how that works innit.
And slang words are wierd.. I mean like how many words there are in hip hop songs for
jewellery there are... Ice, bling etc.
And then there are accents, I have a lancashire accent... So I use weird words and
phrases but sometimes an accent affects our actual voice. I love my accent but loads
of people can't talk
a) as fast as me
b)with as many words as I do because I actually writing like I talk but when I write
it's usually quite posh like and with olden vocab.
Writing is also quite weird, no one can hear you so it's different you can be anyone
no one can see you, and typing is even worse bacause there is no way for anyone to
recognise your handwriting like, they can only sort of realise your style.
But... weird people learn others style and use it for evil you see.
It's all just very.... weird, which is not my favourite word so no one say it, my
favourite word is actually ace.
ciao XoXo

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