'Almost all judgments about someone's language - the laziness of a glottal stop, the slowness of rural speech, the supposed ugliness of a particular urban accent - have no linguistic justification and reflect only the prejudice of the judger.'
And then there's this:
'...dialects tend to be more sophisticated grammatically than standard [English] (as in the plural "youse" of many non-standard dialects where standard has just one confusing form).'
Leaving aside the idea that sophisticated and complex are the same thing, if you can manage to believe both those statements at once then you can believe anything.
I should imagine that Tinkerbelle is much relieved.
Word To Use Today: glottal. This is a useful word if you want to make a noise like wine being poured out of a bottle. It comes from the Greek glōttis, which means tongue.