Formal Language

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Formal language is that which is marked by writing in such a way as not to confuse your readers, but more often than not, frml language ends up doing entirely the oppisite, and making the reader entirely confused.

Intro to Formal Language[edit]

Forml Language is, like, a super uber cool way, that, u can, um, write stuff. Some of the more famous users of Forml Language include Edgar Allen Poe, William Shakespeare, and Doctor Who, as well as Boromir from LOTR. LOL!!! ;)

ASAMOF, there is another tH30r¥, that the, like, the @ñ©!3ñt ©H!ñ3$3 people invented and patented it in 693,264 BCE, but that is obviously ridiculous. lol

Formal Language is, um, usually characterized by the following characteristics:

-Lack of, um, use of, like, the word, like, and other stuff, um, like, like, like that.

-not u$3 0f Hx0r,4ñd !ñt3rñ3t @bbr. lol

-Absense of Awesome Slang, and Colloquialisms.

-corectt Speeling

History[edit]

Formal Language was invented by Chuck Norris, who got up one day and decided the world wasnt confuzing enuf. So wat he does is travels back in time, to the time of the aNCient chiNesE people (u thot that was obviusly rediculus. u wer rong) and tells them please make Formal Language, the world isnt confusing enuf. so they say okay and aliens transprt him to the present Time, but only 4 three seconds because he geTz pulld back to the past by the ancent chinese who invent time travel.

So then he like, lives in china 4 fifteen years, and gets trained by Palpatine, WHO TEACHES HIM ABOUT HOW TO USE THE POWER OF CAPS LOCK. THEN HE, LIKE, DECIDES TO COME BACK TO THE PRESENT AND HE DOES. THEN HE DISCOVERS THAT FORMAL LANGUAGE HAS NOW TAKEN OVER THE WORLD. HIS FINAL THOUGHT WAS THAT HE HAD SUCCEEDED.

THEN HE WROTE A BOOK ABOUT FORMAL LANGUAGE AND Kill EVERY ONE WHO TRIED TO STOP HIM. THEN HE PRESSES CAPS LOCK again n goes into non CAPS mode, and then he gets attacked by an army of grues lead by the evil grue master whos, like, super uber evil and gets killed. Then, after theyve all, um, gon3, Athe n god bring him bak 2 life, still, like, um not admitting that each other exists. n the moral of the storee, kids is that my name is classified n it shud [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] SUKKAS! :D

Notable Examples[edit]

"IMHO, 2 B or not 2 B, that's the question. lol"

~Hamlet, William Shakespeare

"Et tu, like, um, Brute? That is like, so, uber-surprising!"

~Julius Caesar, William Shakespeare

"The thousand injuries of this guy called, um, f0rtuñ4t0 I had borne as I best could; but when he ventured upon insult, I vowed revenge. U, who, like, so well know the nature of my soul, will not suppose, however, that I gave utterance to a, um, threat. At length I would be avenged; this was a point definitely settled — but the very definitiveness with which it was resolved precluded the idea of risk. I must not only punish, but punish with, like, impunity. A wrong is, like, uñr3dr3$$3d when retribution overtakes its redresser. It is equally, like, totally, uñr3dr3$$3d when the avenger fails to make himself felt as such to him who has done the wrong."

~The Cask of Amontillado, Edgar Allen Poe


The Doctor: Hi. I've, like, come to help. I'm the Doctor.

The Last Dalek: [Grating] Doc-tor?

The Doctor: That's so totally uber awesome!!!

The Last Dalek: THE Doctor?! Exterminate! Exterminate! EXTERMINATE!


And Finally:

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~Virgil, The Aeneid