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Submitted: 04/08/2014
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#3 - emxwercs (04/08/2014) [+] (1 reply)
User avatar #2 - aximil (04/08/2014) [+] (22 replies)
You end your sentences with a dot? Seriously? It's called a full stop. Or a period. Depending on where you're from.
#22 - acksl (04/09/2014) [-]
What's your 						*******					 problem? Lighten up once in a while
What's your ******* problem? Lighten up once in a while
User avatar #1 - superpats ONLINE (04/08/2014) [-]
User avatar #19 - sonnyboii (04/09/2014) [+] (16 replies)
I dont know, but sometimes i feel that people are trying to seem more intelligent by using a period, like its not really needed. Its the internet you know
#51 - glowworm (04/09/2014) [+] (1 reply)
#50 - rockergamer ONLINE (04/09/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Most people read it with a tone of voice in mind.

"hey dude what's up?" sounds friendly and casual
"Hey, dude. What's up?" sounds more formal like you don't really know them or you're kind of serious
"wanna talk?" can make people worry similar to "we need to talk"
"hey, wanna talk? " seems a lot less formal and you wouldn't need to worry as much
"hey" sounds a lot less serious than "hey." people might think you've got something on your mind or you're just purposely conveying your mood and are being an attention seeking asshole. It's like sighing louder and louder until someone talks to you

Besides talking to maybe a coworker/boss or someone you don't know very well talking so formally is normal. I don't expect you to perfectly enunciate every word when talking to your friends.
User avatar #42 - demandsgayversion (04/09/2014) [+] (1 reply)
connotative grammar vs denotative grammar
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