It Appears That Taking (You) out of our Vocabulary is Wise

@Teep11 (7137)
United States
April 11, 2016 9:50pm CST
I don't want no trouble. I mean I like my peace and I don't need no extra headaches. Not at all. I enjoy writing and have to figure out a way to get rid of the word (you) don't need it. Perhaps replacing the (U) sign is better. Boy I tell yeah. It's a mean world. Some people don't play (that). Gosh. I love listening to music and I don't want to stop listening to it. U is fine with me! "U" are the winner.. Don't be a (you) be yourself. That's the way!
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@sharon6345 (137739)
• United States
12 Apr 16
This is the first time you confused me.
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@Teep11 (7137)
• United States
12 Apr 16
You shouldn't be confused. You don't want to find out.
@sharon6345 (137739)
• United States
12 Apr 16
@Teep11 I will come back later maybe I will pick it up then.
@UncleJoe (10829)
• Virginia Beach, Virginia
12 Apr 16
I didn't get it either @sharon6345 , and I'm a retired English teacher.
@Hatley (164486)
• Garden Grove, California
12 Apr 16
ugh arugh bad words textese no U's for me.I am me not a U lol I will be myself always s pecially now Im older and people will not talk down to me.
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• United States
12 Apr 16
Okay Teep. You´re alright my friend.
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