The Washington Post’s Linton Weeks takes a stab at understanding “so” and came to the source of all things expert on two-letter words:
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popular because we need more flexibility in the contemporary world. Michael Erard, author of “Um . . . Slips, Stumbles, and Verbal Blunders, and What They Mean,” says that one thing that makes ‘so’ so useful is that “it ends with a vowel, which can be shortened or lengthened to fit all manner of emotional tones, settings and situations.”
He says, “You can be more expressive and also think of what to say next simply by lengthening the vowel.”
Weeks wrote a good piece; check it out. As for me, I hope to make it to three-letter words by 2009, right after my exegesis of “of” and “is.”