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Public Response On John Mcwhorter Txtng Is Killing Language Jk

Melvin Cruz7 Months ago
An update to this video,some SJW,LGTB extremists and lesbian as excuse to their so call neutral language...hope they do an update against this destruction of language by this pseudo experts in the use of their "speech"...a detriment to any real language
it’s jenna7 Months ago
who has to do this for school ? if u do , anyone wanna give me three quotes that prove his point lmfao
Sepia Smith7 Months ago
Who used "slash" like that, and when?? I've literally never seen it ever.
Shane F7 Months ago
A friend told me once John is a real life version of Tom DuBois from the Boondocks. Definitely a great analogy. John is much more dignified though.
Shane F7 Months ago
I love John McWhorter!!!
SIGHTABLE STUDIOS7 Months ago
Slash is no longer used that often anymore.
Virtuoso 807 Months ago
It's interesting watching this and realizing how texting has changed in the 7 years since it was posted. Saying 'lol' now almost makes you behind the times, like a parent trying to be cool texting with their kid.
The Caroline Chronicles7 Months ago
ppl still thought lol meant "laugh out loud" LMAOOOOO this mug old
SELKÆ7 Months ago
Does this make me the only person who uses capital letters and appropriate punctuation when texting yet occasionally combine those properties with the way the general human texts?
Newton7 Months ago
Lmao this is from seven years ago?? My mans here was onto smth frfr.

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    Public Response On John Mcwhorter Txtng Is Killing Language Jk

    Melvin Cruz7 Months ago
    An update to this video,some SJW,LGTB extremists and lesbian as excuse to their so call neutral language...hope they do an update against this destruction of language by this pseudo experts in the use of their "speech"...a detriment to any real language
    it’s jenna7 Months ago
    who has to do this for school ? if u do , anyone wanna give me three quotes that prove his point lmfao
    Sepia Smith7 Months ago
    Who used "slash" like that, and when?? I've literally never seen it ever.
    Shane F7 Months ago
    A friend told me once John is a real life version of Tom DuBois from the Boondocks. Definitely a great analogy. John is much more dignified though.
    Shane F7 Months ago
    I love John McWhorter!!!
    SIGHTABLE STUDIOS7 Months ago
    Slash is no longer used that often anymore.
    Virtuoso 807 Months ago
    It's interesting watching this and realizing how texting has changed in the 7 years since it was posted. Saying 'lol' now almost makes you behind the times, like a parent trying to be cool texting with their kid.
    The Caroline Chronicles7 Months ago
    ppl still thought lol meant "laugh out loud" LMAOOOOO this mug old
    SELKÆ7 Months ago
    Does this make me the only person who uses capital letters and appropriate punctuation when texting yet occasionally combine those properties with the way the general human texts?
    Newton7 Months ago
    Lmao this is from seven years ago?? My mans here was onto smth frfr.