Sum r keyz froz. But cliks r go d.
Gld 2 her it
(sorry, I couldn't resist)
With you there, Skier!
Some people, for reasons which (in my advanced years) I fail to comprehend, seem to think that obfustication, through acronyms and textual compressions, is somehow cool (sorry, "kewl").
It is no more acceptable than the ridiculous long words that I've used in this posting.
I'm glad that most people in this forum use normal words.
Otherwise, I'm, outta here :-)
Pardon me, Skier, but I do believe you've misspelt "cdetbtwings."
Hope this helps!
Apparently, w-t-f is barred, which rather ruins the joke...
never use a large word when a diminuitive one will suffice ...
|Some people, for reasons which (in my advanced years) I fail to comprehend, seem to think that obfustication, through acronyms and textual compressions, is somehow cool (sorry, "kewl"). |
Maybe they're trying to avoid "text bloat" so pages will load faster on slow connections. r any of u still using 300 bps? :-)
For me, all stats have been frozen for more than an hour.
Back when I was a letter carrier for the Post Office, I used to see alot of letters to teen and pre-teen girls on my route with notes written all over the envelopes using lots of this type of cutsey one-letter spellings. What's missing here is a function to display the big balloony letters and the letter "i" dotted with a heart.
To keep on thread, my clicks aren't frozen. They just seem to be slogging through very deep snow.
> big balloony letters and the letter "i" dotted with a heart
Due to high demand for just such a feature, I've asked BT to develop something similar to the Etch-a-Sketch [adage.com] ad that GE ran a few months ago. It's about ready to come out of beta! Of course, the downside is that the whole of WebmasterWorld will have to be ported over to a mix of flash and pdf, but, hey, this stuff is important if you want to make the blogs nowadays.
>seem to be slogging
OK, you guys made me look. Yes, slogging would be a good way to describe it.