Face it, you are INCAPABLE of writing anything effectively, succinctly, adroitly, efficiently or with any of the elements of style. Check out Strunck & White sometime.<quoted text>
What is wrong with you?
Are there problems in your life?
What is the trial fuss by addicting to that sort of Protocol thing of not being able to get over it?
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.
AGAIN, as the dictionary does not have everything in full to reflect for usage of everyday life speaking (the word is SOMETIMES), SOMETIMES, the same WORDS ARE USED NOUNS, VERBS AND/OR ADJECTIVES occasionally.
As you may not find the word "go" AS a noun or adjective in the dictionary, sometimes people say, "Mary is a go-getter), then go is not used as verb in so speaking.
Protocol does not necessarily have to be a diplomatic protocol nowadays, as there are Kyoto Protocol, Internet mail Protocol, other software and non-technology protocols.
When, SOMETIMES people say," Joe Beamba protocols to his girlfriend and not his parents and Obama", that means he extends courtesy to his girlfriend with respect, but not his parents nor Obama. Joe Beamba would rather give a lavished dinner and extravagant treatment to his girlfriend than Obama. Unlike others, he would not respect, meet Obama but reject him,
As you don't recognize this, some people will accept it and do the same sometimes. You appear to like and adore those others' words like BTW,(but hat is not the convention wording which is confused people think it is BMW cars) etc., as whether meeting grammar or not by accepting them with no saying of any of them, but they are not SLANGS either. JUST ON SLANGS, IT IS A HUGE ARENA, while those who don't know such even question if is English. Slangs are not necessarily Shakespeare slangs these days, but commonly known to those who do know and understand well, depending on who they are.
But you are no English specialist in North America.
What here is referred to, is basically for those who have been around with sufficient exposure to realize in the speaking dilemma.
Cool! Then 'schizophrenics' is also a verb, as in "JBH schizophrenics his English on Topix."