Yes I’m old, I know.. but so are many of you, in someday at least.
*Shouting angry “Back in the my days, we didn’t have red onions..”
- grandpa Simpson
Next zine eases your struggle in this “emoji-abbreviation-filled” planet called: “Earth”
It’s like easy version of understanding the surroundings.
I feel like modern day Bear Grylls, showing this magic to you.
“SOMEBODY STOP ME!”
Here is few easy ones, you’ve might even know them.
I’m using these myself because, everyone knows the meaning.
Well almost everyone, but after this zine, we all know!
Now we have little bit less used ones. Sure that one I got from the machine, but quite many uses word A/C..
Maybe our languages has changed so much in time, or maybe we have gotten more lazy.
Although, laziness and genius Has alway walked side to side.
IDK and IDC..
Big beautiful woman?
I must confess, I have absolutely zero idea where this can be used…
In my POV this is bit offensive even that we are living on this body positive world.
Maybe I’m just old fashioned in the way.
“Shaking my head” was also new to me, but now when I know it, I’m definitely starting to use it as daily phrases.
Language all around the world is changing constantly, no matter where you live.
Maybe old native languages stay untouched. IDK…
English has changed so much from the days I started to learn it.
Many of you probably laugh my “English” and definitely for the grammar, but it doesn’t matter at all. Everyone understands my writings and words that I use.
I’m using it every day and I’m learning new words and phrases daily. Same thing with Brazilian Portuguese. Every day I find new ways of saying things.
My native language is Finnish and it has also changed along the years.
There is so many things which has been adapted from Swedish and English to the modern Finnish language. We also have weird way of saying some of those English words in Finnish and some of them in English.
No one knows why, but it’s a thing.
For example: Word Apple is pronounced “aple” not like in English, even when people means you know, the Steve Jobs Apple.
Word “Show” on the other hand is pronounced just like in English.
This I think is the most hardest thing in learning the Finnish language…
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