it's the objective form of "who" and very rarely appears in correct language, partly because it may often be omitted without sacrificing clarity. you put it fecking everywhere like some verbal bling.
"it occurs infrequently so it must be a scarce commodity and i will be admired if i flaunt it", you seem to be thinking. or rather, that seems to be the reinforcement structure which silently dictates your behavior; the conscious mind is of course busy maintaining dignity despite these ugly motives, by attending to distractive stimuli such as some trivial intellectual topic like the one in this thread. luckily, the key association between verbal bling and approval is flawed so you can just stop doing this shit without any loss in performance whatsoever.
Re: Why is it that those who remain calm during a conversation/debate are usually those whom are right/correct?
So, I don't want to involve myself in this disc- whatever this is, but it's time to shamelessly plug poetry
feeling so edgy atm
could slice a flying grain of rice
the edge is 2 close
2 the edge
up the dimension, die mention, did I mention, diana menthol, made from her dead body, this song is the edge, don't fall off this ledge or I'll grow you into a hedge
What's the big deal with the word whom? It really is a useless word except it sounds cool. I use it to sound smart. Why do INTP's care so much about speling? Because the care about looking smart. At least I'm real about it. Who is real? grayman is real, that's whom.