C'mon, imagine those people in the 1800's, those old
timey people with their feather pens and ink bowls. And
their fancy cursive writing. Like George Washington
man, even as late as Abraham Lincoln.
What would they think if they saw a "haha" in the
writing. Like really, kids put that even in writing these
days, not only in text. So how would someone like
Abraham Lincoln react to that in his scroll, as he opens
it, a letter from Mary Todd Lincoln or some shit.
Maybe Robert Lincoln sends a letter to Abe: "Hey dad,
school at Harvard is great, ha ha, i will be making my
way in the carriage as soon as I've packed my suitcases.
Abe would be like.... "What in the forefathers fucks is
this barbaric utterance of uncivilized enunciation."
Man, i cant believe how much i remembered from Civil
War period. Damn.
... no wait, that was just a few names, i dont remember shit.


Sat, 12/26/2015 - 1:59pm
catchafade Says:

You never know what there informal letters where like and haha is a laughing sound so l would hope they could figure out what it means

Sun, 12/27/2015 - 2:08am

Haha I get what you're saying! (See what I did?) It's healthy and even important to be curious how people and life were like 150 or 240 years ago

P.s. Catchafade, if your gonna take the time to comment, at least take the time for an up vote

Sun, 12/27/2015 - 2:31am
catchafade Says:

Think I actually down voted this earlier killa

Mon, 12/28/2015 - 1:10am

Oh yea huh looks like you down vote everything.. thats really spiteful. life's too short to spread negativity

Thu, 04/07/2016 - 6:43pm
Lumi75 Says:

Maybe in those days, they didnt have the need to write "lol" etc, because they didnt have much to laugh about....