Re: "Dissin" the English Language (was Re: Lying)

Subject: Re: "Dissin" the English Language (was Re: Lying)
From: Dawn Langley <CDLangley -at- AOL -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 24 Feb 1997 08:13:22 -0500

In a message dated 97-02-24 02:53:30 EST, you write:

<< I laud Dawn for her integrity, however . . . . . .>>

Thanks.

<<I've been out of the States for a few years, but the last time I heard a
translation of the verb "to diss" someone, it meant "to be disrespectful
of" someone, not "to disrespect" someone.

Can ANY word in the English language be used as a verb now?
>>

Not to my knowledge. You might want to register your complaint with MS Word.
I was in a mad rush last evening and relied on its spelling/grammar checker.
Nice timesaver, huh? ;-)

Dawn

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