Did you know that in the world of linguistics – or more to the point, in the fertile realm which plays host to the origins of dictionaries – there is, in regards to the notion of all that is good and proper in our manner of communication, a Crips & Bloods-style feud between the Prescriptivists and the Descriptivists?

Because there is and it is exceptionally funny, right up to the point wherein they torture me with a sharpened comma for the structure of this sentence, before they riddle me with full stops and cast my punctuated body into the

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