Isn’t that the way the language evolves? People think I’m nice until they sit beside me at a baseball game shirt Consider the noun ‘treat’. It is so ingrained in accepted parlance that one scarcely recognizes the origin being from a verb anymore. Eats and Reads will soon find themselves fitting in snugly too. And if one talks about annoying words in the language, I’d rather place homonyms and homographs in the list. It is so difficult to explain the nuances to a non-English speaker. Homonym example: crane: A crane is a bird / They had to use a crane to lift the object / He had to crane his neck to see the show. Homograph example: does: He does his homework every night./There were many does in the forest. To me, that which leads to confusion in meaning is annoying, not that which is a stylized way of using an established verb as a noun, even if it sounds pseudo (which I agree that it does).
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And atheists consistently test as far more educated on the People think I’m nice until they sit beside me at a baseball game shirt subject of religion than theists: most atheists were once theists. If you properly understood the skepticism you pretend to support you would have turned that critical eye inward and become a non-believer. Our skepticism does not mean a continual debate over the shape of the Earth – some beliefs really are put down early, if you care to understand the evidence and the reasoning. like Jesus or Allah or Azathoth: that one proposal would have trillions and trillions of alternatives, so recognizing fallibility in science does not actually validate random idea X. That’s a typical false dilemma fallacy.