Just, remembering …

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2djs3RGI remember the days when people used to take the time to write a letter and send it to the Post-office; and the recipient, knowing full well that it’d take days or even weeks for a letter to get to its intended destination would pour their heart out on paper; marking every detail as clearly as possible. With texts and chat, the playing field has had a serious do-over, immediate communication prompts effortless responses, and unfortunately with every emerging generation the words in texts just keep getting shorter.

I asked anonymous once, “why do people rid the alphabet of its job?” and the response I got was, “We do it to save time” … … …Yes, because putting a single ‘y’ in ‘My’ will surely shorten your lifespan …

Call me a detail freak, but honestly, I’d rather chat with someone who uses proper wording, than someone wHu T0Ks LYk Th!S.

On the bright side: those who can’t spell have an easy out …




4 thoughts on “Just, remembering …

    wrightlovehonestly said:
    November 5, 2014 at 10:28 PM

    “Yup” “BTW, I still love letters 🙂

    forgottenmeadows said:
    November 11, 2014 at 2:58 PM

    Nicely Said! Handwritten letters are something I always cherish. 🙂

      Original-Dante responded:
      November 11, 2014 at 4:19 PM

      The feeling is mutual… I feel like they carry more meaning, unlike chat messages.

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