First Language

How many of you out there agree with this definition of "First Language" from the site, SayJack.com?

"Your first language is the language you did no go through formal education to acquire, and it is usually the primary language you are using now. Notice that it may be different from your parents' first languages."

I'm having trouble with it because it's not holding true for me. My primary language, the language I'm most comfortable expressing myself in, for better or worse, is still English. And this is most apparent in the form of writing. There is case to be argued if we are referring to verbal skills, however. 

In my opinion, I express myself most easily when I can mix and match my words from the different cultures I grew up around, along with the help of hand gestures. Anyway, food for thought...

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