Today, 9:42 AM · 118 replies and 3614 views.
Well you are not completely alone :)
My English is mainly has mainly been leant in the Southern parts of Africa. They have a rather colourful version of english, often interlaced with equal colourful Africaans and Portugese select words + a few Zulu too. The words spoken are no big deal, but written, would hardly make it to any newspaper in the world. :D
But its not a problem doing so there, but exporting it to other places in the world is ahmmm, counterproductive as most people with just a fair knowledge of English would be mentally stunned.. Words DO have a different meaning to them in different places.
That being said, the reason words are censored, is that words are dangerous! Words and letters have caused revolutions, revolts and crushed oppresors, mobilized millions and invoked all feelings in man. We have seen that all through history, countless, countless exsamples of words changing history.
Weapons are just tools. Useless without words!
Words act as the primer. But words are so much more,...