#1
are a conspiracy by a shadowy government organisation aimed at eventually destroying all human language and returning us to a hieroglyphic like existence, where the written or spoken word no longer exists and we exist in a dictatorship ruled only by emojis

- sunaj -

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#5
I will never say that stupid word he says

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#6
Gary loves Blode, like legit. He's totally like a schoolgirl hating on their crush.
#7
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#8
Quote by EndTheRapture51 at #33852345
I will never say that stupid word he says



which one? there's like 100
#9
innit with a few r's shoved on the end to make it unpronounceable

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#11
How can emotions be real if emojis aren't real.
My old signature was too long. Have a daisy.

#12
Well we've come full circle then because Egyptian hieroglyphs are basically emojis
#13
for real tho, there's nothing more embarrassing than the 'english is deteriorating' panic
#14
to be fair the wonderful poetry of old is far more complex, lyrical and heartfelt than the bollocks language that teenagers engage in nowadays

just comparing even basic literature to the shit I hear shouted outside my house at 1am most nights makes me slightly depressed
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#15
hell yeah let's do it
#fuckwords2016
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#17
*hits blunt*
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#18
personally I prefer gifs tho

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#19
“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.”
Charles Darwin
#20
Quote by EndTheRapture51
are a conspiracy by a shadowy government organisation aimed at eventually destroying all human language and returning us to a hieroglyphic like existence, where the written or spoken word no longer exists and we exist in a dictatorship ruled only by emojis

- sunaj -

but hieroglyphics are human language and we already have words like that


like colonel. doesn't represent how it's pronounced at all. how is that not like a hieroglyphic

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to be fair the wonderful poetry of old is far more complex, lyrical and heartfelt than the bollocks language that teenagers engage in nowadays

just comparing even basic literature to the shit I hear shouted outside my house at 1am most nights makes me slightly depressed

because you aren't using the same metric to evaluate them. old literature sounds more profound because we give more value to things that are old. and a lot of literature is totally constructed anyway brah

and of course old poetry is better than what teenagers write today. old poetry was good enough where it was read long enough to be old.
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Quote by Banjocal
to be fair the wonderful poetry of old is far more complex, lyrical and heartfelt than the bollocks language that teenagers engage in nowadays

just comparing even basic literature to the shit I hear shouted outside my house at 1am most nights makes me slightly depressed


Yeah because everyone spoke like poets back in the day. Not a small percentage who could afford a decent education and weren't illiterate
Eat your pheasant
Drink your wine
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#23
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Yeah because everyone spoke like poets back in the day. Not a small percentage who could afford a decent education and weren't illiterate
You're right. It was a bad argument on my part.

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because you aren't using the same metric to evaluate them. old literature sounds more profound because we give more value to things that are old. and a lot of literature is totally constructed anyway brah

and of course old poetry is better than what teenagers write today. old poetry was good enough where it was read long enough to be old.
See above BUT I'm really not valuing Blake or (namedrop here) based on their age. I appreciate them for their use of words and the pictures they paint with them. Reducing it all to "because it's old" is pretty #basic

a lot of old literature is toss, after all

But, as above, your basis points are correct: it was a poor argument on my part that reduced it to less complex an issue than it is.
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#24
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You're right. It was a bad argument on my part.

See above BUT I'm really not valuing Blake or (namedrop here) based on their age. I appreciate them for their use of words and the pictures they paint with them. Reducing it all to "because it's old" is pretty #basic

a lot of old literature is also toss see: Ayn Rand.

But, as above, your basis points are correct: it was a poor argument on my part that reduced it to less complex an issue than it is.

I've been pulling the ultimate hipster card recently because I'm reading the old Grecco-Roman epics

poetry older than the English language itself
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#25
idk the first thing about them to be honest. Bar Sappho I start at Dante which is pretty late really
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#26
oh man i fuckin love them

we need like an Ajax falling on his own sword emoji
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#27
haha nerds

(yall should read decreation by anne carson)
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#29
But boys will be boys and girls have those eyes
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and all you can do is just wait by the moon
and bleed if it's what she says you ought to do
#30
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are a conspiracy by a shadowy government organisation aimed at eventually destroying all human language and returning us to a hieroglyphic like existence, where the written or spoken word no longer exists and we exist in a dictatorship ruled only by emojis

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#32
It's okay banjo, I like old literature as well
Eat your pheasant
Drink your wine
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#33
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I've been pulling the ultimate hipster card recently because I'm reading the old Grecco-Roman epics

poetry older than the English language itself

Far too many never bother. Hiatus valde deflendus, and all that.
#34
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Far too many never bother. Hiatus valde deflendus, and all that.


Quidquid praecipies, esto brevis!
“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.”
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