So I was wondering…
Do people who’s native language is English ever use l ( L but not in capital letter) instead of I ( i but in capital letter)??
I mean there’s not much difference and L is way fast faster- Just look at this l I
Try to guess which one is the capital letter i
This was random but I just had to ask-
1st one is L
and 2nd one is i
That’s possible I don’t even remember lmaoooo
I don’t because it usually autocorrects into something else. I only takes like 0.0001 of a second longer anyway.
Why dont u remember?..
I tried so hard to guess!
I think using L is a little thinner that I.
Ok I just tried it and it doesn’t autocorrect but… its just weird.
Yeah true sometimes I just have weird ideas okay? Don’t judge meeee lmao
I just compared them but I think my eyes are playing tricks on me. I think the I is shorter than the L a little. I don’t even know what I’m saying anymore
Nah I’ve thought about it before but just having used I ever since I could type, using L would just feel so wrong
Yeah true I tried it but I forgot about it after like 5 minutes-
My brain is amazing
can I mention how much I hate to capitalise the I, now I am doing it because I got it as a habit, but in my own language we use the word too, except it means the opposite and you dont capitalise it
i in Danish means they kinda, not really, it’s not used as, they are dum, but you are dum, I am directly talking to multiple people.
so it’s really annoying because I work with writhing and first I struggle with remembering to capitalize, now I have to do the opposite at my job.
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