One of the more cleaner redline stops in Chicago; also safe! I counted a total of four Chicago Police SUV's between CTA Loyola, and "The New 400 Theaters". Maybe there's something i know nothing about. It can't be that bad.
I got my "fat pill" for the weekend! It's safe, because i worked out today, lol. Great fries, and selection of drinks! First time ever eating at Five Guys; i can definitely see myself returning. I was shocked to see a grilled cheese, and blt on the menu; prior to ever coming i thought they only had hamburgers, which made me hesitant on ever going. Thank you, Five Guys!
Formal code (used in academic contexts), and Informal code (used with friends)
The use of informal or formal could also depend in area, as well as with whomever you are communicating to. One of my personal examples are as a military recruiter. As a military recruiter, we worked out of different schools; each school areas, and locations were different such as social status. Out of the four schools I recruited out of, some were high class; some middle, and some low. In each school I had different approaches with the kids, as wells as different approaches with the staff, and parents. In my higher class schools I had to use a much more formal code, due to higher class students, and having to relate to them. Not using the formal code, and approaching the children, as well as the parents in a informal way they would look down on me, and i wouldn't get much accomplish in that school. In my middle, and lower class schools I had much more of a different approach, and language used. It's like changing faces; in my much more lower class schools, I used different terms or possibly "slang" to relate to that targeted crowd, and staff.
A shorter breakdown, and good comparison of the two would be during a job interview. During a job interview a person would use more of an formal code, compared to a code used with peers. Communicating with peers, one would use an informal code; which is more laid back, and language, and terms used aren't as stressed. During the informal code a person could be themselves, and not have to stress to use correct pronunciations of words.