|Mr Puggsly said:
No, I stand by my original words.
Because "we" isn't equal to "everyone."
Actually one of the definitions is that. " ". Like for example :'
Not to mention that by using "we" you are speaking for other people. Even those that could agree with you - probably won't like other people doing their speaking for them.
So in both instances 'we' is wrong. It also comes off as fairly pretentious. By claiming to be speaking for multiple people you aim to make it seem like your opinion is bigger than others.
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