Aug 28th, 2007, 11:11 am
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Join Date: Mar 7th, 2007
| | Sick n /Tired of being expected to be a Yank
Okay people, it's come to the point where I've had a gutful of being told that my English isn't quite good enough because I'm not UH-MERIKAN.
I've never watched 'Friends' and I really don't give a toss who lives or dies on 'E.R.' In fact, I hope they all choke to death. Since when has the word 'like' become an indispensible and integral part of a typical Uh-Merikan sentence?
Since when is was Uh-Merikan language considered 'English'??
Is 'yo' and 'sup my main *****' now an acceptable greeting in the classroom? - even to other students who have never set foot on the mean nasty streets of lame-*** places like Seoul or Beijing, let alone the candy-*** 9mm 'buss a cap in yo ***' streets of LA?
What ever happened to the Queen's English?
The trend sucks.
Just seeing it in action. And how sad it is.
Last edited by Motivated : Aug 31st, 2007 at 03:16 am.