“Yeah” vs. “Yea”

This post will probably totally mean nothing to anyone, but some of you may have noticed that I vary back and forth between “yeah” and “yea” in my writing.  There’s actually a method to it, believe it or not.  Clint always says/writes “yeah” and Tony always says/writes “yea”.

I tend to write how I feel my characters would speak, so Tony’s “yea” is very casual, and slang.  Even though Clint is very casual, I guess I kept his at “yeah” just to counteract Tony lol.  Tony also stick’s with “alright”, for similar reasons, though it also comes up in one story…..I think it’s “Postcards and other Means of (Mis)Communication”.

 

Like I said, some (or all) of you may not have even noticed this, but I thought I’d share, because I have totally had things like this that have bugged me before.

 

❤ Chris, the Nuwanda

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2 Comments

  1. I noticed, I like it, but I like everything you do at this point. 🙂 I understand where you’re coming from though and it makes sense!

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  2. Tabby

     /  March 28, 2013

    I don’t think I’ve ever noticed that, but now because you pointed it out, I’m totally going to watch out for it.

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