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I tried to coax google into finding results for "am not preceded by I", but failed.
Now my question is: Is saying "Am" instead of "I am" valid slang?
- Am a God. Obey.
- Am driving. Can't talk now.
- Am a cat. Food plz.
By "grammatically correct slang", I mean if it's okay to use such sentences when talking, writing signs, registering domains, et al, when the intention is to not be serious, i.e. will native speakers understand?