posted on Apr, 4 2015 @ 03:55 PM
Language gives rise for the chance to be silly and cute. These chances exist in most languages. In some languages, the ability to be cute is more
widely used and accepted, such is the case with Spanish. When speaking Spanish, it's pretty common to be cute in any conversation. French, on the
other hand, can sound quite silly in most cases. You don't have to agree with me on that one, that's just my opinion. My focus on the topic is going
to be usages of cuteness and silliness in the English language. The main reason I am doing this is to highlight different types of psychologies which
use cuteness and silliness for whatever purpose with the hope of bringing to light the validity of different reasonings.
How you speak to people defines a part of yourself, namely the part of yourself which you are choosing to broadcast or subconsciously choosing to
broadcast. In my case, how I speak to people defines a large portion of myself. I encorporate silliness into my speach because it naturally brings an
uplifting air to conversation. More technically, what it does is inspires chaos, so that in hope, the response to my silliness is going to be a
greater ability of communication. Other people use cuteness in their communication, which I tend to shy away from unless there is an 'appriciative'
context for it. Communication in humans is defined by speach, body movement, lack of speach, and facial experessions. All of these can bring depth and
width to conversations which can allow for a 'timelessness' to make itself present. When timelessness is present, there is an ability to transcend.
Alongside communication exists laugther, which is a main point to silliness and to some extent, cuteness. While both cuteness and silliness are
encorporated into English and have similiar functions, they are different from each other and used by different types of psychologies. However, there
are cases when silliness and cuteness are one in th e same. For example, the statement, "I eat speaches!"
People who use silliness in their speach often times use logic that is not valid to transmit a point. Often times these 'points' have no meaning
thus accounts for the silliness of a statement. Usually, it's the context a statement or question is used in which makes it silly. People who take
the world seriously often times don't appriciate silliness. These people appear to know everything there is to know already and go around making
statements such as "I'm not allowed to eat peas." Actually, that may be true even when their mother has been sneaking pureed peas into their meals
once a week. It's funny that often times children who have such phobias come from mothers who would do such a thing as to force feed their child
peas. If you dissect the phrase, "I'm not allowed to eat peas" it is a pretty hilarious statement and says quite a lot about a type of psychology.
The existence of such psychologies is a breeding ground for silliness to take over because the natural depth of human behavior simply cannot allow for
such a statement to exist outside of a breeding ground for creating a slaved mind which either cannot fathom silliness or will be overcomed by
silliness when it makes itself known. I turn to silliness because most of the people in my environment don't know how to communicate. I learned to be
silly when I started studying communication seriously and discovered that most of the communication I had been doing was mediocre in comparison to
true limits of communication. My formal study of communication introduced me to how to be silly as a way of maximizing communication. Once I
understood that communication isn't about what you say, but how you say and what you are saying, I learned how to be a great communicator and
continue improving my communicating abilities daily.
My perspective on cuteness within language has been completely nullified by my experience with women. My take on this is that my son wasn't
acceptable to the world so they horribly crucified him. By 'they' I mean women. I can't find any examples of cuteness in women being apparent after
I witnessed what they did to him. In our family, we have our own way taking back our sons life because we loved him. My son took is own life because
of reasons he explained on a suicide note, mostly stating the ways women mutilated and tortured him and his pets because they thought it was
funny to harass a 'nobody.' Literally nobody in our family wanted to see him die by being crucified by women, completely helpless by himself
while treating every women he came across with the most respect a man could. This is why I am completely nullified by cuteness existing because I know
that it is just a horrible psychological game being played for personal amusement. There was a time when cuteness existed for us (me and my son)
because I remember when he came into my life and would talk about how much money we had because he thought we were rich since the TV sets in our house
amused him so much. I didn't understand what he was talking about at that age, but later on I came to realize that he was a truly intelligent child
and your typical prodigy. The worst part about cuteness is that we know it's ultimately what killed him. The fact that he couldn't understand it set
him apart from everyone else, thus made him a target for the harassment he explained in his suicide note. I wish I could stress how much I hate to say
that I hate cuteness, and in reality, it's just a word to describe playfulness. I would like to know what you think in regards to that definition of
cuteness because we are all completely horrified by the stupidity which brought his death upon himself.