That's funny, cali !
Not to mention having someone SHOUT AT YOU!Personally, since I'm an adult, I find it disrespectful to receive a letter with lingo.
(I'm sure your daughter is the sweetest though, not her fault learning all that crap )
Until about 2 weeks ago, I did not know that typing in caps meant yelling/screaming/shouting!!! I admit that when I receive e-mails that uses lingo like "u" and "L8R" from my teenage brother or sister, it's annoying because sometimes it took longer to figure it out. I'm glad FoRT doesn't use lingo.
I just now found out that THIS IS YELLING. I do it all time, but will surely stop now, oh except for my kids. They expect the YELLING. They've lived with it for 40 or more years. Why stop NOW?
Because they are adults now?Why stop NOW?
That site up there is crazy IMO. There must be something in the water because it seems to me that it would take longer to type like that. Upper case, lower case, numbers; I don't get it at all.
Log off. That cookie sh*t makes me nervous. --Tony Soprano
So I said to him, "Look, buddy, your car was upside down when we got here. And as for your Grandma, she shouldn't have mouthed off like that!" --Homer Simpson
Nah, Modesty, they have just lived longer.
Amanda, that link you posted was worse than Ebonics!
Thanks John, for the stance against lingo.
Thank you John for your stance on lingo... I hate it too...
But If anyone needs to communicate with that live journal site posted above, I would suggest you use this translator...
Tranlate into lingo so that you too can talk like a 12 y/o on AOL...
Ingorance killed the Cat... Curiousity was framed!
Brodie, that translator is so funny. Now I will spend a lot of time playing there.