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MOST COMMONLY USED ENGLISH WORDS

August 9, 2008

Try this test: how many of the most commonly used English words do you know? Five minutes.

via kottke.org

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Renato Pacifico permalink
    August 13, 2008 9:08 pm

    You know. You know. Uh-hum, oh I see, yeah right, whatever, fuck, shit, .. my five minutes is up

  2. ricelander permalink*
    August 14, 2008 12:24 am

    Hehe, we share most of the words.

  3. Renato Pacifico permalink
    August 15, 2008 2:28 pm

    Actually, I don’t use “you know”, “uh-huh” and the rest except “fuck” and “shit”. These two words gives me fluency and maintaine the embers of anger in me. The more angry I am the more I write.

    I post directly into blogs’ reply without draft and review. This is what’s coming out of my head. I don’t care about grammatical errors and spelling because these two are espoused by Filipinos who take pride of their impeccable englischtzes and perpekt englischtzes.

    Pekeng-Amerikanos (Fil-Ams) who claimed to be very good in englischtzes bash the Hispanics, Koreaneses, Chineses and other non-speaking minorities. Pekeng-Amerikanos bash whites for writing grammatically erronious sentences.

    Now look where these pekeng-Amerikanos are? Don’t count on pekeng-Amerikanos has the 2nd highest household income. Because th3se pekeng-AMerikanos dont’ even register a blip in Economic and scientific journals.

    Pekeng-Amerikanos are just led because they are idiots, commanded because they cannot think, controlled because these morons squabble over englischtzes and taunt everyone else …. So Filipinos follow. By following they become 2nd highest household income in Amerika. By being led, commanded and controlled nothing is accomplished. No life-altering, business-enhancing decision. What is there to think when they are led, commanded and controlled? NOTHING!!!!

    When White Amerikans says 1+1=11 Filipinos says 11 it is because it’s coming from White Amerikans. If it’s coming from a Filipino, they’ll bash each other to obliviions thy king dome come

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