Language Quotes

Cultural Perspectives in Language: Entries in an Actual Dictionary 1. Bloke n. (Informal - British)  A man. ('He's a nice bloke.')

2. Dude n. (Informal - North American)  A man. ('If a dude hits me, I'm hitting him back.')

There's no use crying over spilled milk.  But as for spilt milk, that's a different matter entirely.
A definition of terrorism presupposes the terrorism of definition.
I suspect the idiom 'worm one's way' entered the language gradually, possibly by means of guile or deceit.
Sometimes I have kept my feelings to myself,
because I could find no language to describe them in.

"The word ‘I’ symbolizes own EGO as sage says, ‘YOU’ sounds ADVICE as directed towards others and ‘WE’ signifies ACTION as it involves everyone alike; A true leader defines and differentiates oneself from others by often constructive ACTION than ADVICE and the same reflects in one’s language."
~Anuj Somany
   
♦ Je T'aime Pour Toujours 
people: watch ur language

me: oh šhít sorry
Myr fyar scypíren Lucyus,
Cywnn ayle Cwynníg!
Sometimes
I think about that fact that,
at one point in history,
someone had to look at a duck,
and say, 
"gee I really think that this thing in front of me
should be associated with and described by the sound "duck". "
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