Thursday, June 21, 2012

Generation gap 代沟 ...


I had a group of fresh graduates in my class 
for the past two weeks
...
The word "Emo" came out when some of them 
were frustrated with some of the 
computer exercise data
...
Took me a while to find out
they meant "Emotional", 
and they use it to mean frustrated 
...

Sunset at a Lotus Pond ...

Canon G12 ISO 100 1/30 @ f/4.5 0EV at 30.5mm (135mm)
Jalan PJU 1A/1, Ara Damansara Park
阿拉白沙罗公园


6 comments:

Traveling Hawk said...

If we would study language again, we will have the surprise to discover a whole new world...

HANS-PETER ZÜRCHER said...

Eine Spiegelung der besonderen Art, faszinieren...

Liebe Grüsse Dir

Hans-Peter

Marion said...

"Emo" matches my feelings when I see your pictures...
best regards, Marion

Carolina Tavares said...

Emotion to be a reduced form of emotional. Things of internitês, the language on the Internet.

UIFPW08 said...

This a true emotions

darlin said...

It's interesting what today's generation does with out English language. It sort of reminds me of when I was in Australia, everything is shortened... most everything this is. I wonder if it's from our technology, it's advancing so quickly and to keep up a faster language is required possibly. (This is about the best explanation I can come up with! lol)

Your photo is bringing out emo in me, I'm trying to decipher exactly what it is and the best I can see is you're in a vehicle, it's raining and possibly that's flowers hitting the windshield? Am I anywhere close?

Cheers.