So I’m losing myself on Wikipedia when I found out this and I felt like I needed to share it…
I was thinking, “Wow, look at Sanskit!”
But then I scrolled down…
What the actual fuck????
Swedish, Finnish, and Estonian…infinity? What??
It would seem that: “The Finnish language uses free forming of composite words: new words can even be formed during a conversation.”
By the way: “In Estonian it’s possible to create very long words by converting the first word into the next word’s genitive, forming a compound which can be infinite…”
And apparently: “…Swedish grammar makes it possible to create infinite words.”
What. Does. That. Even. Mean.
I’m not exactly a linguist so I cannot fully comprehend all this but I next time someone starts complaining about how weird English is, e.g. “they’re/their/there,” I’m just going to start laughing.