Semantic Language Error

**In programming, there are syntax and semantic errors. I propose that in language, in communication, there are syntax and semantic errors as well…when the language is semantically correct but simply fails to accomplish its intended purpose.**

**whilst unwrapping some gum**

Blaise: Do you chew?

**laughing hysterically**

Kathleen: Who doesn’t”

Blaise: Some people don’t!

Kathleen: Unless someone makes a habit of swallowing food whole, EVERYONE chews!

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