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While I am all for accepting that Pretty I’M Not Lazy, I’M Just In Quarantine Shirt languages are living, breathing things that will inevitably evolve over time, I can’t help but feel that there’s a real difference between an error that becomes so commonplace that it is accepted as the new normal and a neologism or other linguistic adaptation that is a conscious and intentional departure from the norm. Creative license is one thing; unintentional mistakes are another. “Would of” is one example of a completely nonsensical error that likely confuses many non-native speakers because of its complete disregard for grammatical norms in favor of phonetic similarity. Will this, too, one day be considered proper English?
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