Can someone add another frame on the bottom of the German Anglo-Saxons laughing at the Brits because if we’re playing that game it’s not their language originally either
@TheColossalTitan, glad somebody else knows. Have a upvote
@voided sanity, *irony*
@TheColossalTitan, Are the Scandinavians, Normans and Germans going to have a brawl about who's language it is?
@TheColossalTitan, shall we add the Norse, the Jutes, the Scandians, the Scots, the Welsh, the Romans, the Phoenicians, the Greeks, the Babylonians, the Irish, the Mongols, the Turks and the countless other civilizations that's had bastardised every vowel, syllable and situational grunt going for the past ten thousand years (not necessarily in that order) to create every language ever?
@TheColossalTitan, Technically this could go all the way back to the Proto-Indo-Europeans laughing at every European language except Hungarian and Finnish
@TheColossalTitan, dude, the English language’s origin is way more complicated than you think. It also has roots in: Latin, ancient Greek, French, and Dutch. Also, Old English( the Anglo-Saxons’ language) looks nothing like modern english, so your argument is invalid.
@voided sanity, you misspelled my name, bro.
@wiseheadlesschicken, Yeah, but the Anglo-Saxon’s are the next step down in the chain there friend
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Im still laughing cause America doesnt have an official language
American English is very different from European English. Same as Mexican Spanish vs Spanish Spanish.
@AnimusJ, I'm sorry friend but that is partially incorrect. The idea you're looking for here is "dialect" and it does not mean that they are different languages.
@NinnyHammer, Incorrect but a valiant effort. Start with a dictionary, and understand what “Dialect” actually means. Then, understand dialect has nothing to do with one word having two meanings depending on the country using it. Then, follow up by actually learning something about the cultures mentioned.
I mean, English is our language. That doesn’t mean we made it, but its still the primary language of the US. Either way, this is an asinine comment, but not necessarily incorrect