??? I must not understand ghetto-speak, b/c I didn’t understand a word of what Chris Wells said. The only part that made sense is that he doesn’t want some woman to have male friends on her Facebook page.
So, let em get this straight, it IS ok for him to call each other NIGGERS, but NOT ok for me to call me white friends CRACKERS without his kind getting mad? People should be made to take IQ tests at completion of 8th grade, below “x” IQ, send them to a country who has high IQ than us to balance out the world.
Firstly, Yes, “n” is a proper colloquial in the context of a name or a title. However, it was not used as such in this case.
Secondly, the letters used were “nd”, not “n”. Please pay attention next time.
Lastly, You get no credit; I do not give A’s for effort.
More proof that the dumbing down of America is still in full swing. In the not too distant future, it will be proper to type “n” instead of “and;” “ur” instead of “your” or “you’re;” and all those other idiotic truncations of proper words.
For some reason, a lot of people today find it acceptable to sound like an uneducated piece of trash. Sigh… Self-respect is gone.
…firstly??? Really Liz? LOL Has anyone read the comments about this? Oh and only one person pointed out the fact that he used a double negative. His argument is invalid. He WANTS her to have friends on her page because he’s not cool with her having no dudes on it…I’m going to friend her out of spite.
When he says “I’m good, bro” does he mean “I am willing to accede to your request” or does he mean “I am satisfied with the status quo and will therefore not accede to your request.”? Because it could mean either.