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At 4/7/10 10:35 PM, Rabid-Echidna wrote: NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Everyone in this thread missed the reference.
At 4/7/10 10:36 PM, Onepiece285 wrote: NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
I could not be prouder of you two, plus props to Onepiece285 for the complementary pic.
At 4/7/10 10:57 PM, Reed wrote: i mean, im not gay i just think it would freak him out
freak him out into telling us
I think we should have him use my big green mouth as a human toilet
At 4/7/10 09:48 PM, RustySpoons95 wrote: From this post on, you are not allowed to say that word in this thread.
'Tis but a disgrace to language of our imaginary world.
why the fuck not? XD
i'm an asshole
this is my asshole page
thats my asshole signature down there
Fuck me that word is in my daily usage of wording. I use said word all the time. If there was no such thing as said word, I would probably off myself. GODDAMNIT THAT WAS HARD.
When you think about it...it is overused a lot. Besides i dont think the world would go to hell without using it.
At 4/7/10 11:02 PM, Onepiece285 wrote:At 4/7/10 10:57 PM, Reed wrote: i mean, im not gay i just think it would freak him outI think we should have him use my big green mouth as a human toilet
freak him out into telling us
Maybe he he should jerk of my horn and then snowball it back into my mouth!
You see, not using that word would be fairly easy. Finding a replacement would not be easy, but I think we would make due. That word that you people speak of is very important, indeed, but its use is not necessary. Three examples of replacements for this word are "This", "That", and "An". Those words shall replace the old word.
That word is soooo 00's
Ｃａｎ ｙｏｕ ｆｅｅｌ ｉｔ ｍｉｓｔｅｒ Ｋｒａｂｓ？
Standin' on the edge of tomorrow..
Plenty of languages lack their own version of "the". What would be weird is not having the following:
His / Hers
Yeah, that would get fucking weird.
Japanese also lacks said word. Truth is that a language can function perfectly well without that word, yet we still use it constantly. English is notorious for it's strange, and often pointless additions to it's dictionary. I have also managed to write this sentence in perfectly understandable English without using that word, thereby proving that it is not required for a language to function.
What hell are you guys going on about now? Wow, end of this topic will never happen. mods don't like us. And just to let you guys know...
Try writing a story in proper English without it and you will get very mad very fast. It's impossible. But hey, I didn't use it once in this post, so it isn't impossible I guess.
So sometimes throughtout this topic, I have heard examples of languages withought word "the" or something like it. Which brings up, how does that work? I mean besides obvious of just taking it out of English sentances.
At 4/8/10 08:06 PM, SmartNoob wrote: Try writing a story in proper English without it and you will get very mad very fast. It's impossible. But hey, I didn't use it once in this post, so it isn't impossible I guess.
Someone wrote a long ass book that doesn't use letter E wich is a very used letter infact, it is more used than any other letter, damn this post was kinda hard to write.
Also without that word this thread would not exist because it's title has "that" word.
I am imagining a world where English language is slightly more ambiguous.
Also I never found that flash to be particularly funny. It was alright.
At 4/7/10 09:52 PM, chuicy wrote: Imagine
What _ _ _ F***
What _ _ _ Hell
What _ _ _ F***
Ok... FUCK. Say it with me. "FUCK." Yes, I know, it IS possible to say "FUCK" on NG. Surprising isn't it? It happens when you JUST reach 8.
At 4/8/10 08:22 PM, letiger wrote: So sometimes throughtout this topic, I have heard examples of languages withought word "the" or something like it. Which brings up, how does that work? I mean besides obvious of just taking it out of English sentances.
In Swedish, we put "et" or "en" (depending on whether we use "en" or "ett" as one) at the end of our words. So a cat would be "en katt" (en=one), but the cat would be "katten".
At 4/7/10 09:47 PM, letiger wrote: I think it dosen't exist in Russian. I think.
No, it does. There must be some other reason why they are so freaky.