Frequently Asked Questions:
A reaction is the response someone gives in accordance with a chope. It could be a loud exclaiming noise, uncontrollable laughter, over the top gestures, however on this website they will almost always ever be a comment of some sort. Reactions can also be voted up or down earning some points to the crafter of the reaction.
An elite user is a rank given to someone who has submitted atleast one chope, and has had a lot of people favourite or rank up their chope(s). This is an always changing ranking system according to who currently has the most liked chope. What are still waiting, continue submitting chopes. You’ll never know which people will love.
Tone mowing is going beyond slight variances in pronunciation or just an accent. Tone moving is when everything just sounds absolutely wrong because it is being pronounced funny or different from it’s intended phonetics (sounding). Here are some examples of tone mowing.
The person that imagined this phrase into existence used the analogy of a lawn mower, where the term originates from. If you have heard a traditional lawn mower in use, you will hear it produce all sorts of sounds as it grunts over varying heights of grass. As it tries to cut thicker areas of grass, you hear a change in sound as the blades slow down while struggling to continue cutting. This observer then pointed out that this is similar to when someone is ‘tone mowing.’ As they reach different parts of a word that are difficult for them, they might chose to say them at a higher or lower pitch (pronunciation) than normal – almost to the point of making the word sound like another totally different word you might not recognise straight away.
According to The Free Dictionary it is ‘an unintentional utterance; a mistake in speaking’. It is better recognised as a mixing up of words resulting in some, usually hilarious, mambo jumbo. Here are some examples of slip of the tongue.
According to the Miriam Webster dictionary, ‘a mistake (such as a misspelled word) in typed or printed text’. It is better known as that moment when you say “oh no”, after you hit post on your smartphone or after you finish typing on your keyboard & hit send. Here are some examples of Typos.
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