Tuesday, December 27, 2005

Protect Your Trademark From This, Bitch

On YTMND, someone posted Adobe's corrections to the use of their trademarked term "Photoshop." Their complaint was that you cannot "properly" use "photoshop" as a verb. That's bullshit. I can use photoshop as a verb if I want.

They insist that people use Adobe Photoshop as a noun, always, and that the use of photoshop as a verb is a complete violation of the rules of English. Fucking crap.

Linguistically, if a person, or group of people, understand what is being said, no matter what is said, the phrase is correct. Within a group of people, if a word is used in a common way and understood, then the use is correct.

YOU CORPRATE WHORES CAN'T STOP THE FLOW OF LANGUAGE, AND YOU CAN'T STOP THE PEOPLES. YOU CAN'T, BITCHES! I PHOTOSHOPPED SOMETHING! CORRECT THAT, ASSHOLES!

FUCK ADOBE! AHHHH TANGENT OF PROFANE WORDS!

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