International Crap English Day – November 25th

People talk many many times over about the world is getting smaller. About communications technology how it crosses the gulf between here and there. I have seen this in abundance with my own eyes and you too.

The new ways of offshoring the jobs and work, like call centre, that was one time done by young poor people in rich countries, is now done by young poor people in poor countries. The only difference is being that the English is crapper, and sometimes the quality is too crapper – but cheaper :)

Today, so to as celebrate this new smaller crapper cheaper, I proudly explain that today is International Crap English Day. A day where we acknowledge there giving of new sentence and too words and look forward to the next updation of Dictionary to having these new words in.

Today is the day to send he a email or phones, and using crap English (or Craplish) congratulate there contribution and encourage him to maintain up the great operate!

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2 Responses to International Crap English Day – November 25th

  1. David Walker says:

    The new ways of offshoring the jobs and work, like call centre, that was one time done by young poor people in rich countries, is now done by young poor people in poor countries. The only difference is being that the English is crapper, and sometimes the quality is too crapper – but cheaper :)

    Rex, are you actually against the offshoring, or just annoyed that sometimes you struggle to understand what the operators are saying?

  2. Rex says:

    Not annoyed David. Amused.

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