Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Future standards

It was revealed last week that a Professor had advised a Government body that mistakes in English grammar and spelling should not affect the marks awarded in an exam. After the immediate outcry and initial hail of derision, Thorolf decided to compose a little paragraph to see just how far the Professor was prepared to go in order to support his twisted thesis. At some future date, the following could quite become standard practice if the NWO get their way.

S'ard 2c jus ow ridiclus weel b wiv dis SA on spellin but u nevr no de prof wil c i2i wiv de ole fing n giv us top marx.
a gorjus berd got stopt by da plees ystrdy n shee askt em 4a lyte cus day wer smoken sigs in de ka. She woz sirprisd coz she fort dat de plees h8tid fags. B4 she cud say jak robnsen day wiskd er in2 da ka n arestd er 4 shopliftn. itz u agen day sed we did ya 4 dis de udder week n den tuk er darn de sells.
de morel of de tayl is not to steel n let de plees cash ya. u myte go 2 prisen if u do it reglerlee.
L8ta on shee got releest n shee vowd not 2 go bak n dat she wud b a gud gerl.

(University English Language Entry Paper taken from around the year 2015. It will be awarded a Grade 1 pass mark with a distinction because of it's dynamic content. )

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