Controversy Of Friends

“Uh, um” that is how I commonly end up when I talk to new people. I often use different tone and language when talking to a distinct type of person. My words vary, I may get stumbled up, or even make snarly comments. All of that depends on the type of person I talk to. I talk separately to my friends, through text, new people, my father, and my family. The first group of people is my friends. When I am with my friends, I am usually free and do not feel constrained. I often joke a great deal and often find myself saying “just kidding”. Whether I am making a joke or picking on a friend, I always seem to say “just kidding”. I say it in a hush towards of manner. Equally to that, I also make sarcastic comments to my friends. For instance, my friends would tell me about their day and all I would say is, “How interesting…” and not say another word. It really aggravates them, and I like that. Along those lines, I often catch myself saying “y’all” instead of you all. “Y’all” is often a southern type of saying. Such as, “Is this all of y’all’s favorite piece of pie?” Usually this would be something that my grandma would say. This is why I only use it when I’m comfortable with the people I’m around, …show more content…
This is the laziest way I use “English”. I usually use this with whomever I text, whenever and wherever I need to. This requires a different style of English, where one abbreviates words. For instance, if I want to say the word “yeah” then I would abbreviate it to “ya” or “yea”. The name of this style of writing is leetspeak. The whole reason I use leetspeak when I text is because it helps me type faster. Commonly, I am in class and I need to type “Yeah, I will talk to you later. Goodbye.” Instead of taking all that time to type all that out, I would simply just type “Yea, I’ll tlk 2 u l8tr. Bye.” Generally who ever I text will not be someone that I need to be formal with, because this style of “English” is not very

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