Too busy texting in class :o)

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You're standards are just two high!

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Lol

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*hi*

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LOL Thank you. I've previously remarked on the apparent fact that English is a second language for most of us.<br />
However, it seems like language is fluid... it always has been (how many people can read Shakespeare or Chaucer without help?)... and so, if the demands of the digital domain require that people play fast and loose with puctuation and grammar, per stasis.... whatever!<br />
Please know, however, that I'm on your side... I would much prefer that language always be clear and concise, but it isn't.... it never will be... it's an illusion.<br />
"Your, "you're".... it's a *****, but it's no worse than "asked" vs. "axed" ... which has also been the custom.<br />
My point is that, while conventional usage is good and covenient, it's not a fixed point in time.<br />
Language, spelling, punctuation, grammar, usage, etc., etc., etc! is not frozen in time! <br />
It will all evolve, change, adapt, morph, insinuate itelf wherever it can.... and wherever it may.<br />
I recognize and welcome the wonders of the new literary revolution while I lament and uphold the conventions of the old.

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I DO ..I DO....i learneded it..<br />
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your foot..your hand..your dinner..<br />
you're mad...you're late..you're hungry

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its not that difficult...people often times (and I have had to look a few of these up so I'm not perfect obviously) have trouble with these too: advice vs advise....affect vs. effect.... there vs. their vs. they're...then vs. than.... there are probably many more that I'm forgetting but these come immediately to mind.

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Lose - Loose.

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good one

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because our education system is terribly flawed, and sucks balls.

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don't hate us civilians, but rather the system under which we live in.

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because they didn't pay attention in school.

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Because they weren't paying attention during 7th grade English.

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Like the difference between their and there....This one annoys me most, but I "overlook" it, which is what you'll have to do on here, as most people are understandably trying to type as best and least possible...

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For the same reason they put an apostrophe on a plural word.

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brain dead probably...I know I am..LOL

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Bang you're dead . Texting alot changes the way most people type.

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varies

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