Last Two Speakers Of Dying Language Won't Speak To Each Other

 The language of Ayapaneco has been spoken in the land now known as Mexico for centuries. It has survived the Spanish conquest, seen off wars, revolutions, famines and floods. But now, like so many other indigenous languages, it's at risk of extinction.
There are just two people left who can speak it fluently – but they refuse to talk to each other. Manuel Segovia, 75, and Isidro Velazquez, 69, live 500 metres apart in the village of Ayapa in the tropical lowlands of the southern state of Tabasco. It is not clear whether there is a long-buried argument behind their mutual avoidance, but people who know them say they have never really enjoyed each other's company.

Well ain't that some shit. How do you say 'sulky, grumpy old git' in their language?
I heard of people holding grudge, but these two take it a whole another level.

But lets be honest, if these two guys are the only ones left that speaks the language, it probably meant to die cause it's a shitty language and no one likes it.