Discussion in 'Health Tips for the Martial Artist' started by Parzival, Feb 11, 2020.
its missing an A a D AND a G
Then use real words
I'd expect someone who learnt English as a native language to be able to write words properly
There is an answer to that but as it's political I'd better not make it, I will say that those at the very top are not setting a very good example. Covfefe!
Languages change brah, if they didn't you'd be speaking Old English
You'd be mistaken.
I'm actually heated about this, if I said "You mire?" what do you think I mean? Do you think I'm calling you a landform consisting of wetlands, or do you think it's short for "Are you admiring my aesthetics?" I expect people to be able to read the context as well as my words
If there was no context, I'd have no clue whatsoever what you meant. With context, I'd have to figure it out like any other word I don't know.
4 steps stretching:
Head touch toes -> eyebrow touch toes -> kiss toes -> chin touch toes.
The day when your chest can touch your toes, you are very flexible.
Thanks for the advice brah, but I'm not into toes. Especially my own
or.....you could use real words instead of trying to look cool (you don't by the way)
If you said that to me in the same context as was given here, I'd not know what you were talking about. Nor would most of the folks I know. I'd be pretty sure you weren't asking if I was in a quagmire (literal or metaphorical), but wouldn't make the leap to "admire", because I've literally never heard that usage before. It'd be about as communicative as if you'd said, "Shate?", meaning "Do you appreciate that look?"
You've left out all of the steps I've ever been able to do, John.
Do you shate, brah?
One day when I said, "I'm happy to see you" and the guy said, "How happy?" I knew that guy tried to collect negative energy from me.
I wasn't there so I don't know the tone or anything but if I had that said to me I would take it as if he was joking
One day when a prostitute asked me if I needed company. I told her that I don't accept credit card. I could feel negative energy from her at that moment.
A: Someone told me that ... has hearing problem lately.
B: What did you say?
A: I just said that ... has hearing problem lately.
B: What did you say?
Separate names with a comma.