SLOW TALKING FOR FAST FOOD

8-tips-for-people-eating-fast-food-1024x1024Increasingly, I find myself unable to understand my fellow Australians … This is uppsetting because English is my first and only language ..
With many of them, everyday discourse has become, for me at least, almost incomprehensible .
I struggle to make sense of it. Their English if indeed it is English, is spoken in a flat monotone, no pause, no inflection, just one long sentence with all the words forced together.
Habitué’s of fast food outlets are typical exponent’s of this curious new speak.
“Canacokewoppaburgernocheezeanfrenchfries”
Perhaps that’s the cause.
Australian society now frequents, far too often, fast food outlets and as a consequence not only have we become lazy in preparing food, we’ve become lazy in our speech.
So much so, that those who dine regularly at these establishments are fast becoming incomprehensible to those who are not so enamoured of the fast food experience .
“Gitovayerselfyerbigpoofeveryonespeakslikethisyertheonewiththeprobem”
“I’m so sorry what did you say ?”
“Isaidtofuckoffyerdickhead”
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