Language is a medium with which communication is achieved. Language is a collection of signifiers that are used to explain, inform, et.c. Language is created and only means as much as it is understood to. Language has a tendency to be understood differently by different people, which leads to language meaning something that was never intended for it to mean.
The Gribbler offers examples of how language often communicates in a way that is counter intuitive to its intention.
You can find these two guys (they’re sort of book-type things) in .pdf form by clicking through the respective images.