30 Hilarious Reasons Why The English Language Makes No Freaking Sense (Part Three)

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English might look like an easy language to learn until you realize what a difference a single comma can make. Take this sentence for example: “I like cooking, my family, and my pets.” Now take the commas out. Exactly. Also, in the English language, this would be a perfectly normal conversation: “Will Will Smith smith?”, “Yes, Will Smith will smith.” You may be feeling chuffed already, which means that you’re either delighted or annoyed, because, you know, the word means both.

Inspired by Bored Panda, we’ve compiled this list of 30 of the oddest things in the English language. Some of them are so frustrating, you probably won’t finish scrolling! [Continue reading below…]

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