this video from my youtube channel defends the use of the letter u to replace the word you. the mexican inside joke mentioned at :48 is fua which stands for fuerza universal aplicada, in english applied universal force.
this is the report that made fua a household phrase in mexico
the english translation in the fua vid includes several instances of the informal but common expression ima, which is a reduction of the already reduced i’m gonna (gonna=going to). it is a future tense structure. u can also hear it around 1:00 in the first video as part of the declaration
i learned y-o-u, but ima fuckin write u. the letter.
at :50 the definition of fua is translated as
tapping into the grit in your belly & saying “ima do it”
tap into is a phrasal verb that means access and grit is a mix of courage and toughness
something about the fua guy’s charisma reminds me of mussolini
fun efl practice richyrocks english on youtube
is fua something real that can help u do better in life? or is it just some confused shouts from a drunk guy? do u ever use u instead of you when u are communicating digitally? share your thoughts under leave a reply