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  1. Today's post is more of a curiosity than a hack. I found this post about and, considering we already had a superficial touch on how language changes the way we perceive things, it ringed on me. Maybe it will ring on you too! There is little sense in fragmenting this one up, so I'm posting it whole. The article above was written for Kotaku.com by Keza MacDonald and you can zero in on the discussion at the website if you want. Some terms mentioned are subject to language variants. The Portuguese references, for instance, are Brazilian only - Portugal has their own versions. What do you think? Do you believe the word construction affect how you perceive acts? This is a very interesting discussion for people in marketing, and for anyone questioning how we feel about things we don't really know.