Monday, 9 September 2013
Since when did 'inbox' become a verb? Well, it has been for quite a while and I believe it was my daughter who introduced it to me years ago when she stated that she would inbox me a link. That was my first introduction to the fact that you don't 'email' on FaceBook, you 'inbox' when using the email facility... Der???? Same with holiday - to holiday???
Well, not necessarily having thought it through I started thinking about how I am statusing daily to inspire and lift spirits. I hope my aim is achieved and that no one feels let down or undermined or even uninspired.
So, now introducing:
- verb I status, I statused, I have statused, I have been statusing, I will status (won't status)
Now, I have been going on quite a bit in my past blogposts about language but in all fairness I find it invigorating and interesting, exciting and exuberanting to explore communication. Afterall, it is one of our methods of interaction and it can either be exhilarating or it can be downright depressing.
Share wisdom but don't point fingers - be the centre of exploration and make sure people are left empowered in a conversation.
It is all in our words, posture, attitude and expression and it comes across the moment we open our mouth and let it out. Don't tear it all apart.
Create the world!
Words - where creating magic begins...
Have fun statusing and beeeeee gooood.
Or as we say in Gibberish: Glysdi snoogle abishpiboop!