English Only Understood by Female English Speakers?
|From:||David Peterson <digitalscream@...>|
|Date:||Friday, May 3, 2002, 6:38|
I'd heard this awhile back, and then forgot about it, but then heard it
again, and now I'm intrigued. Apparently there's this lesson or theory in
psychology about how women and men understand language, and to accompany this
is a paragraph which, when passed out to an audience, is perfectly
intelligible to women, but completely incomprehensible to men. Is this true?
If so, why? What does Chomsky have to say about this? ;) (Just kidding.)
And (most importantly) does anyone have a link to a place where I can find
this mystery text?
"fawiT, Gug&g, tSagZil-a-Gariz, waj min DidZejsat wazid..."
"Soft, driven, slow and mad, like some new language..."