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Let us vs. Shall we?
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RE: Let us vs. Shall we?
Why, does "let us" sound more demanding?

Let us play a game!
Shall we play a game?

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RE: Let us vs. Shall we?
AtomIcarus  Wrote: (07-17-2017 08:04 PM)
Why, does "let us" sound more demanding?

Let us play a game!
Shall we play a game?

It is more of a command rather than a request. Jhikpghf

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RE: Let us vs. Shall we?
Shill we or lettuce be vegetables or trolls?
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RE: Let us vs. Shall we?
Actually English is the worst language ever, completely destroyed the case structure built into our language and brains.

It has emasculated our ability to communicate effectively with one another and is most likely the language of demons since it is gender-less.

An abomination if there ever was one.
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RE: Let us vs. Shall we?
Katz  Wrote: (07-17-2017 08:04 PM)
AtomIcarus  Wrote: (07-17-2017 08:04 PM)
Why, does "let us" sound more demanding?

Let us play a game!
Shall we play a game?

It is more of a command rather than a request. Jhikpghf

I really hate it when my dad says, "Of course." He uses it very inappropriately. Very dominating, my father. He's a micro-manager and barks commands left and right.

I also hate it when he says, "Look at your computer and tell me what time it is."

Well, doh, I'm wearing a watch. Should I really go through the trouble of clicking on the task bar to find out the time when I have a perfectly good wristwatch?

But, before I attack my father, he would give his right arm for me, so I can't really complain.

So long, LOP! And thanks for all the fish. $200 reward offered! http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-788432.html

Thread: For the one I've always loved.
Includes all of my writing, my free book, and many of my paranormal experiences.
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RE: Let us vs. Shall we?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-17-2017 08:06 PM)
Actually English is the worst language ever, completely destroyed the case structure built into our language and brains.

It has emasculated our ability to communicate effectively with one another and is most likely the language of demons since it is gender-less.

An abomination if there ever was one.

This part is indeed strange in comparison to other languages.

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RE: Let us vs. Shall we?
Shall we puts you in debt to. Like i ought to.
Or out of gulit to do.
You know already youre not on the same page you just go along. Not your true will.
Choose your words and listen. Out of the two or more are you the follower or the leader.
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RE: Let us vs. Shall we?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-17-2017 08:05 PM)
Shill we or lettuce be vegetables or trolls?

Very creative.
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RE: Let us vs. Shall we?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-17-2017 08:06 PM)
Actually English is the worst language ever, completely destroyed the case structure built into our language and brains.

It has emasculated our ability to communicate effectively with one another and is most likely the language of demons since it is gender-less.

An abomination if there ever was one.

True
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RE: Let us vs. Shall we?
AtomIcarus  Wrote: (07-17-2017 08:07 PM)
Katz  Wrote: (07-17-2017 08:04 PM)
It is more of a command rather than a request. Jhikpghf

I really hate it when my dad says, "Of course." He uses it very inappropriately. Very dominating, my father. He's a micro-manager and barks commands left and right.

I also hate it when he says, "Look at your computer and tell me what time it is."

Well, doh, I'm wearing a watch. Should I really go through the trouble of clicking on the task bar to find out the time when I have a perfectly good wristwatch?

But, before I attack my father, he would give his right arm for me, so I can't really complain.
He doesnt realize it.
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RE: Let us vs. Shall we?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-17-2017 08:14 PM)
AtomIcarus  Wrote: (07-17-2017 08:07 PM)
I really hate it when my dad says, "Of course." He uses it very inappropriately. Very dominating, my father. He's a micro-manager and barks commands left and right.

I also hate it when he says, "Look at your computer and tell me what time it is."

Well, doh, I'm wearing a watch. Should I really go through the trouble of clicking on the task bar to find out the time when I have a perfectly good wristwatch?

But, before I attack my father, he would give his right arm for me, so I can't really complain.
He doesnt realize it.

Yeah, I know. It's just frustrating for the whole family.

So long, LOP! And thanks for all the fish. $200 reward offered! http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-788432.html

Thread: For the one I've always loved.
Includes all of my writing, my free book, and many of my paranormal experiences.
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RE: Let us vs. Shall we?
AtomIcarus  Wrote: (07-17-2017 08:04 PM)
Why, does "let us" sound more demanding?

Let us play a game!
Shall we play a game?
Let us is inviting and accepting you feel part of the whole.
Shall we you feel like if you dont youre a part pooper and at the same time you feel the person asking whats you to think youre in charge but its a set up of a joy kill you are if you dont.
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