We all have the urge to make our own words and phrases. Whether it be for a short cut in grammar, or for comedic relief; It’s not that hard to accomplish. Simply take two words or phrases and combine them. Now give a definition to your newly crafted word. This is a very easy task to accomplish in the English language. Movie directors and actors have knowledge of this and take part in it to create memorable movie experiences for the audience. In David Gordon Green’s highly acclaimed movie Pineapple Express, Craig Robinson uses this technique of word combination. In this scene Robinson plays as Matheson, a tough thug looking to get information for his boss Ted Jones from Red about the whereabouts of two wanted men. Ted Jones orders Matheson to kill him and Matheson shoots Red. This startles the other thug Budlofsky. Budlofsky asks for more discretion from Matheson next time and Matheson tells him that he used to not ” give a fuck about discretion” and that he has “seen’t [Budlofsky] pull someones jawbone off, [he’s] seen’t it.” Matheson combines the verb “seen”with the pronoun “it” to create seen’t, which is the past tense of the word seen and saw. This is intended for comedic purposes. When he says “seen’t it” he is implying that he means seen it it… This gives the audiences view of Matheson as someone who is uneducated in the English language, which was Robinson’s plan. Matheson also adds that back in the day Budlofsky was “roofless.” He obviously mean ruthless, but once again gives the impression he does not know proper grammar in the English language. Craig Robinson utilizes this technique very well. Perhaps Matheson was on to something. The English language is changing more and more each day. Slangs and new words are being adopted all around the world. It’s is only of time.