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Post by tanuki » Sat 08.12.2006 6:02 pm

Don't worry, there's a whole pond protecting you. ;)

And I also despise this way of writing, especially when I see Spanish written that way. It gives me the creeps.
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Post by Chris Hart » Sat 08.12.2006 6:06 pm

I just get tired of the people that are members of FLAA, and those that use too many TLAs, even though sometimes I get the feeling I should join.
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Post by prep_girl_Nessa » Sat 08.12.2006 6:08 pm

Hatori wrote:
yah i hatE wen PpL do that that is totly awsum

/\ did anybody really understand that well?
Did you say you hate when people do that, and then say that it's awesome? Kinda contradictory...

I hate when people talk like that. My brother does it all the time. It really gets on my nerves :@
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Post by Oni » Sat 08.12.2006 6:42 pm

Maybe some of you misunderstand, I'm ok with bad english. Take Coco for instance, doesn't know a lick of English, but quite a bit of engrish. :p For one, Coco uses periods, not clumping all the text into one run-on sentence. Coco does a good job keeping the text clean, but, as for my quote, it's quite ugly.

Please keep yourself presentable. i.e. small signitures, clean text & no flaming. :) Noone will bother trying to spend ten minutes trying to understand a fifty word run-on sentence.
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Post by Zeo » Sat 08.12.2006 6:43 pm

*Cough*Just the FAQs*cough*
I like Paul. ^^

Learn to write english, thats my advice! ^^

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Post by punkgrl326 » Sat 08.12.2006 8:36 pm

Yeah, writing like that doesn't help your education either :p By the way, does any1 here know what 'ftw' means? I see it all over the place, but I can't figure out what it means. Not even google could help me.
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Post by richvh » Sat 08.12.2006 9:04 pm

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Post by Oni » Sat 08.12.2006 9:41 pm

lol, thx Rich. :) I'm sorry for using that, my bad.
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Post by keatonatron » Sat 08.12.2006 11:59 pm

And if you seriously don't know how to spell a word or you make a typo, that's perfectly fine. But we all know the concious use of "u" instead of "you" is just laziness. And why the hell do people use "wuz"?? It takes the exact same amount of time to type as "was"!

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Post by Chris Hart » Sun 08.13.2006 12:30 am

keatonatron wrote:
And if you seriously don't know how to spell a word or you make a typo, that's perfectly fine. But we all know the concious use of "u" instead of "you" is just laziness. And why the hell do people use "wuz"?? It takes the exact same amount of time to type as "was"!

If I'm tapping it out, "wuz" takes even longer. "wuz" takes 33 units of time, while "was" takes 25 units.

I'm even more confused why people use the wrong word now.

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Post by Infidel » Sun 08.13.2006 1:00 am

wuz is leet not a contraction.
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Post by Shibakoen » Sun 08.13.2006 2:29 am

keatonatron wrote:
And if you seriously don't know how to spell a word or you make a typo, that's perfectly fine. But we all know the concious use of "u" instead of "you" is just laziness. And why the hell do people use "wuz"?? It takes the exact same amount of time to type as "was"!
Hahaha!! I actually use this to correct the spelling/pronunciation of some of my Japanese friends. Ever have one tell you they hate wasabi "caz" it hurts their nose? I gently attempt to correct their pronunciation. Forget L's and R's, the biggest difficulty my friends have is not having the ability to say "uh" instead of "ah". "I had staff to do today." It kills me when it creeps into their spelling...

*Then again, I still can't hear the little tsu.*:D
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Post by billy-jay » Sun 08.13.2006 3:31 am

Chris Hart wrote:
If I'm tapping it out, "wuz" takes even longer. "wuz" takes 33 units of time, while "was" takes 25 units.
That's because you can't type.

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Post by Infidel » Sun 08.13.2006 5:05 am

agreed. Alternating hands almost always type faster, unless your hunting and pecking.
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Post by Chris Hart » Sun 08.13.2006 6:18 am

billy-jay wrote:
Chris Hart wrote:
If I'm tapping it out, "wuz" takes even longer. "wuz" takes 33 units of time, while "was" takes 25 units.
That's because you can't type.
Actually, I am referencing Morse Code, the oldest form of digital communication.
A dit (.) is 1 unit, a dah (-) is 3, within a charecter, you put 1 unit between the elements, and 3 units between the letters, about 5 between words, and 7 between sentences.

WUZ = .-- ..- --..
WAS = .-- .- ...

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