Silent I

Have you noticed how many people are starting to drop the word “I” from their email correspondence? I find this jarring… I can’t say why exactly yet… possibly because it sounds like people aren’t owning what they’re saying, somehow.

Instead of saying “I find this really jarring” they will say “find this really jarring”

I’m sticking with I.

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  1. Did anyone notice the differences in languages?

    I – one capital letter (English)
    je, ja – two letters (French, Slavik)
    ich – three letters (German)
    wa ta shi wa – four syllabes (Japanese)

    A word used more often becomes shorter.
    Concerning grammar, spelling and putting myself, i think like that it is just fine…


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