Daily Prompt: 2100 The language of the future

The language of the future: what will it be like? Write an experimental post using some imagined vocabulary — abbreviations, slang, new terms.  Photographers, artists, poets: show us FUTURE.

via Daily Prompt: 2100.

Mental Arithmetic

2100 minus (-) 2013 equals (=) 87 Years.

Wow, I will then be well and truly gone !

I hope my legacy will live on and hopefully my littlegirlstory.wordpress.com will still be around.

This daily prompt is hard stuff.  I am left with a mental block.

Mind blank.  Cannot fast forward 87 years ahead.

Confusion, chaotic, chook chook chook.

What vocab?  What language?  Wasit you saying?

I don’t even know what I am writing,
not to say I know wat u saying?  Eh???  Wat???

In a nutshell, on a serious note, other than abbreviations, slang or new terms,
giving this Daily Prompt a twist, I am thinking of

The language of the future: what will it be like?

Do you think that single language will dominate in the future?

If yes, which language can you think of?
English or Mandarin or ?

Any thoughts are appreciated.

This is a well and truly random post indeed.

Off to bed.  Gnooouk Gnooouk

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