What is Common Indian Slang

Or avatars as Russian matryoshkas, those wooden dolls in wooden dolls, often incorrectly referred to as babushkas, whose seriality is confirmed by self-similarity as well as counteracted by constant reduction in size.

This dichotomy of seriality also shapes subject-specific discourses, the vocabulary of which gradually develops a more and more self-similar character from symposium to symposium, which finally appears halfway understandable as jargon like a misunderstood, but somehow familiar foreign language even to the interested lay audience (us semi-educated to quarter-educated) .

At least we suspect what the cryptic speech could be (my very personal Lacan dilemma!).

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Or avatars as Russian Matryoshka dolls, the kind of wooden dolls, often wrongly referred to as babushkas, whose seriality is confirmed by their self-likeness, while at the same time being contradicted by their constant decrease in size.

This dichotomy of seriality gives its distinction to the respective discourse, the vocabulary of which - from symposium to symposium - takes on increasingly self-similar characteristics, ultimately becoming a jargon, which in its nature as an ununderstood, but strangely familiar second language, seems remotely comprehensible to the lay audience (us half and quarterwits).

At least we suspect what the cryptic talk could be about (my very personal Lacan dilemma!).

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