I am in the process of addicting myself to a variety of addicters.

I am in the process of addicting myself to a variety of addicters.

The addictificative properties of this addictor, addicting several addictivists addictively, addictify the addictees in addictifying ways.

New? That’s how scientific language works constantly. They nominalize verbs on a regular basis.

l a n g u a g e s be f l e x i f i c a b l e

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“becoming addicted to” implies full transformation happening without recourse to change.

“addicting myself to” is now, active, reversable.

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Look at the “hopelessness” of “addiction”. Its seen as a condition.
What if it was active?

John is addicting himself to cigarettes. “Well, stop him – it’s stupid!”

John is becoming addicted to cigarettes. “Poor guy, they’re hard to stop. He’s doomed”.

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“Becoming” Be. Being. Existence. State. Be is an ontology word. Almost an “is”. Wait – it *is* is. To Be is is. Be-coming – coming towards a “be” state. Forever.

It’s right in the word.

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Train of thought? Yes. But I’m a grammar nut. It bothers me that people use “love” as a noun. It’s a terrible noun. These little changes matter. But I’m a grammar nut, not a grammar nazi.

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Sadly, I don’t need it. Major ADHD / fast typist / lateral brain. Nuts. How it is.

SOLUTION: Words are implied!
This is addicting [me to itself].
This is addicting [itself] to me.
SOLVED.

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Oh, I’m far more pure than a grammar nazi. Grammar Nazi’s proscribe opinions. I provide fact and allow others to stand or fall on their own. I am freedom.

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Oh, they can continue fighting in the mud. I just hold the towels for when they’re done playing.

If someone says something, and you understand, somehow correct grammar is involved.

If it was incorrect, you wouldn’t understand it at all.

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I used to be fluent in the early 90s. Had friends in the scene. Forgot most of it though. It’s still correct grammar if you understand it. Words can be implied and not said aloud.

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You read it, your brain subvocalizes. In the subvocalizing, that’s where the transformation takes place.

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Grammar is the very skeleton a language hangs off of.

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Most grammar is so invisible you can eliminate almost every word in a sentence and your mind fills in the gaps without you even knowing it’s happening. If you understand it, the grammar system worked, even if it “sounds weird”.

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Like talking in emojis and stuff? That’s a language using different words (emojis) and is a different grammar. How does the brain descramble meaning? It just does if you want to communicate.

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Like talking in emojis and stuff? That’s a language using different words (emojis) and is a different grammar. How does the brain descramble meaning? It just does if you want to communicate.

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A controversial but successful language teacher had his students learn only nouns and gerunds and a few adjectives, along with body language.

He turned all his students into speaking just like most immigrants do ANYWAY and was very successful. Other linguists hated him.

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You don’t use uppercase properly but I’m ignoring it out of kindness.

I think most mammals have some kind of language and grammar system, including body language.

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I never, did I, ever fully understand where, commas, go.

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I had Shatner in mind but Walken works too also as well.

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Sorry. “works too also as well as.”

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It was a good challenge for me. I didn’t care if you ever agreed, but I enjoy the addicting attempting.

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…oh no, grammar machine broke…
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