20 Times People Question The Logic Of English Language

20 Hilarious Times People Question The Logic Of English Language

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If English is your first language, it’s possible that you never really question the logic of it. It just is, and speaking in the language comes out as natural, but once you learn a different language, then you can relate to these tweets. Despite all the rules and grammar structure, there are just words that don’t make sense, like how ‘hour’ and ‘our’ sounds the same.

Unless you’re a geek who loves literature, this list won’t make sense at all. How does a language work that it can have a completely different reading by just changing a single letter? Or how come that there was someone who thinks it’s cool to have ‘silent’ letters that made some words sound the same?

Who the hell invented this language? Where is logic?

How… How?!

rudy_mustang

I need some sleep.

tweetsbyrocket

It’s not that that is hard to understand…

quazza

When you read these in two different ways in your head.

chlothegod

I remember getting confused at ‘yacht’ as a kid.

johnrossbowie

That doesn’t look English.

livemulticulturually

Firefly and waterfall.

imhighdude

See?

showerfeelings

Cue: adding ‘only’ on every part of the sentence.

shadowwraiths

Y’all’d’ve’f’ld’ve.

farmsuggestion

It really do be like that.

ifunny

Imagine this sh**.

poweredbyjollof

She was paid to get laid, said that the bread tasted like lead, and couldn’t find her beads.

dajo42.co.vu

Naked and baked.

nikkideejay

The ultimate pun.

death-limes

Q.

languageguru

You read them in different ways.

moist-grunge

Playing the English game.

egberts

There are no rules.

questlon

Tiptoe and tipfinger!

Suave-Matthews