“O hai, this r intrstng stuf! Luv teh dyagramm!” commented a user on icanhascheezburger.com. The post, made about an article that analyzed the evolution of language on the web, is an accurate representation of the language teens use.
The word “teenager” normally brings to mind a variety of stereotypes, namely drugs, drinking and sex. These pleasures have cast a gray image of irresponsibility, while becoming the juicy topics of discussion among older generations.
A lone newspaper gently rolls across the vast desert of the quad, never to be picked up, and never to be recycled. Like tumbleweed, the newspaper continues its lonely journey, bumping into the occasional student who is too occupied to pick it up and recycle it.
It’s true. I’m not afraid to admit it. I hate germs. I hate them with a burning passion.
Every time someone offers me a sip of their drink or says I can waterfall it, I always say no.
I’ve seen plenty of people waterfalling other people’s drinks, and not everyone succeeds. I don’t like taking that kind of risk and drinking from the same place that contains saliva other than mine.