A Critical Study of Slang
Slangs are social criticism. In which rebellious and social values are apparent. Very often, the human psyche and parameters of society do not comply with slang words and idioms. The words, society admits without any excuse become admirers and grant weightage to the language. But such words, confined day today part of the language, are somewhat rude and of immoral sense are known as Slangs.
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