#1 Good luck reading “homeowner” without thinking “ho-meow-ner” now:


#2 It’s all about punctuation and emphasis:

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#3 You ever just like, think about contractions?

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#4 Somehow this makes perfect sense:

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#5 Also, breakfast

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#6 All of this checks out

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#7 Hey, did you know we’re the only language that spells competitively?

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#8 Yep, nobody else does that.

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#9 But spelling is nothing compared to all the hidden rules in English

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#10 Like, given a basic understanding of suffixes, one would assume this is true:

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#11 Or if you were learning, these would sound like the exact same thing:

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#12 These are hard to understand even if you’ve been speaking English your whole life:

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#13 BTW, if you’re a writer, ignore people who tell you not to use the word “said”:

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#14 And don’t let anyone tell you that a word isn’t real:

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#15 In fact, go ahead and “verb” a noun!

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#16 Because frankly, nothing in this language makes a lick of sense:

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But hey, at least we’re not ~these~ languages:

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