Do YoU HaTe PeoPle ThAt WriTte LiKe tHis?
The new teen generation tends to writte like this, even long paragraphs. It´s anoying and hard to read. Do you hate them?
No, hatred is something I cannot relate to over a breach in writing etiquette. It does annoy me and I think they are going to have a hard road if they ever make it to college or want to write for a living.
But hate? No sir.
No, do we hate people or do we hate some of their habits, I think that writing in the way you show. if done deliberately, is rather pathetic. Of course, when we have our heads down, and just looking at the keyboard, and not looking at what we write, we all may make this sort of error. It is unfortunate that some are too lazy to go back and correct it. As for having tying ourselves down to an emotional, negative emotion over them, that is just absurd.
Its part of the Emmo subcultures. A writting style.
And I´m not gonna hurt them Mick.
I have no idea what the Emmo sub-culture is, I've never heard of it.
I've made a divot error there, it should of course, be 'negative response...' Still, we don't catch them all. Glad that your not going to hurt anyone over their writing.
It irritates me and hurts my eyes, but then they are pretty sensitive and I can't find my eye drops. It's interesting to see psychology paragraphs written like that on facebook where you can share or not share at your own desire. When they write like that in a direct message to me, I take it as a sign of disrespect and right out tell them so.
Let me not call it hatred but i dislike that for a reason: the more you practice a thing the more it becomes part of you unconsciously. Doing it as fun may bring you to being used to it that you may realize the same error in an application letter or a report to your boss.
I really don't hate anything except onions and pickles. Although I do sometimes write like your example by accident because I am the Queen of All Typos, I really can't stand it. When someone texts me with words that look like this (or text-speak), I'll write back with the longest words I can find, even if I don't know what they mean. That's just how I roll.
yeah, this pattern of writing looks similar to my 6 year old son's handwriting. Hardly able to read them . Feel like scolding the author for bad writing format. I don't carry on reading the article even though it has interesting topic. Couldn't concentrate properly and annoying too.
That is now the so called new generation teens like the new things around them and influence others. They write like this to look IN, fancy, and cool to others. Its actually annoying because the older one's can't understand what they say on the message. Like for example your son texted you like this and you can't read it you have to ask someone to read it for you to understand and that is annoying for me.
No, I don't hate them for writing like that, or in any other way. Hate is too strong an emotion for something that can be ignored or can be remedied,
I don't know why people bother to write like that. I've written like that to prove a point but it just takes so much more time and concentration. I don't know if it's just because i'm actually good at typing or what.
It just shows that the next generation, while growing up with technology, still doesn't know how to use it to their advantage.
I haven't come across this ... but what I really hate are the people WHO THINK THEY MUST HAVE EVERYTHING THEY HAVE TO SAY IN ALL CAPS!!
Jajaja. Yeah. I see this a lot in facebook, specially SPAM messages
And I will go along with everyone else who has said "hate" is a bit strong...I hate what I see--not the people who do it--I don't even know them. But I do find it irksome.
No, I don't hate them... why should I hate them, when I don't even bother to read what they write, LOL. It's so hard to read.
I am certainly annoyed when I read text messages in that form. It is difficult to read and distracting.
yes they call it rollercoaster letter lol. very popular in my teen years thank god that's over
To put it simple, yes. I hate people who type in alternating caps as well as all caps. I also hate it when people cannot spell and don't proof what they write. Another is people who do not know the context for which they are using a word for. Example: "this looks write" versus "this looks right." Makes you wonder if these people were ever taught proper English grammar in school. Or, if they've retained knowledge they've gained.
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