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Postby Tavish » Fri Dec 01, 2006 2:17 pm

Everyone who is anyone knows that leet speak is old news. Hex speak is the new wave.

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Postby thedude » Fri Dec 01, 2006 2:29 pm

acsguitar wrote:
thedude wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
Coppermine wrote:Any text that requires me to search for the "yen" symbol is too much of a hassle.

In fact, I think very few young teens use "leet" in general online conversation. It's just a bunch of abbreviations and misspellings because they don't know how to type. This leet thing seems way more complicated than your average, idiot, Fergie-album-buying 14 year old is willing to participate in. The article in the beginning kind of blurs it too, going into the whole "lol" and "lmao" crap that's just annoying, but not rocket science to figure out.

The only people who talk with all the symbols and crap are people who are doing it for the sake of being geeks, not because they're dangerously hiding their activities from their parents.


! @/n 90!/V!9 70 h!}@[|< @/v ![3[23@/N\ 72()[|< @/V# #2!\/3 !7 70 /N\3X![0


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Postby Dan Lambskin » Fri Dec 01, 2006 2:30 pm

acsguitar wrote:
JTWood wrote:
acsguitar wrote:! @/n 90!/V!9 70 h!}@[|< @/v ![3[23@/N\ 72()[|< @/V# #2!\/3 !7 70 /N\3X![0

This is grounds for banning an account, right?


Do you know what I said?


I think it says "All Your Base Are Belong To Us"

...or maybe "I drive a purple jeep" :-b
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Postby Simulacrum » Fri Dec 01, 2006 3:27 pm

ahh this thread is killing my eyes X-I
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Postby acsguitar » Fri Dec 01, 2006 3:30 pm

Dan Lambskin wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
JTWood wrote:
acsguitar wrote:! @/n 90!/V!9 70 h!}@[|< @/v ![3[23@/N\ 72()[|< @/V# #2!\/3 !7 70 /N\3X![0

This is grounds for banning an account, right?


Do you know what I said?


I think it says "All Your Base Are Belong To Us"

...or maybe "I drive a purple jeep" :-b

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Postby Coppermine » Fri Dec 01, 2006 3:43 pm

acsguitar wrote:
thedude wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
Coppermine wrote:Any text that requires me to search for the "yen" symbol is too much of a hassle.

In fact, I think very few young teens use "leet" in general online conversation. It's just a bunch of abbreviations and misspellings because they don't know how to type. This leet thing seems way more complicated than your average, idiot, Fergie-album-buying 14 year old is willing to participate in. The article in the beginning kind of blurs it too, going into the whole "lol" and "lmao" crap that's just annoying, but not rocket science to figure out.

The only people who talk with all the symbols and crap are people who are doing it for the sake of being geeks, not because they're dangerously hiding their activities from their parents.


! @/n 90!/V!9 70 h!}@[|< @/v ![3[23@/N\ 72()[|< @/V# #2!\/3 !7 70 /N\3X![0


1 |-|@\/3 |\|0 1[)3@ \X/|-|@+ `/0|_| @|23 $@`/1|\|6


1 /N\(_)57 3# 5/@3@|<!/\/9 @/\/07|-|32 |>!@l3[7


Man, that doesn't even make sense when I post it into a "leet translator"

i at/n go.vig to h.at[k atn .e[zeat/n\ tzc)[k atnash hs./e it to /n\eks.0

i /n\c_)st eash s/aeak.vg atnothes p.le[t
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Postby acsguitar » Fri Dec 01, 2006 4:08 pm

Coppermine wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
thedude wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
Coppermine wrote:Any text that requires me to search for the "yen" symbol is too much of a hassle.

In fact, I think very few young teens use "leet" in general online conversation. It's just a bunch of abbreviations and misspellings because they don't know how to type. This leet thing seems way more complicated than your average, idiot, Fergie-album-buying 14 year old is willing to participate in. The article in the beginning kind of blurs it too, going into the whole "lol" and "lmao" crap that's just annoying, but not rocket science to figure out.

The only people who talk with all the symbols and crap are people who are doing it for the sake of being geeks, not because they're dangerously hiding their activities from their parents.


! @/n 90!/V!9 70 h!}@[|< @/v ![3[23@/N\ 72()[|< @/V# #2!\/3 !7 70 /N\3X![0


1 |-|@\/3 |\|0 1[)3@ \X/|-|@+ `/0|_| @|23 $@`/1|\|6


1 /N\(_)57 3# 5/@3@|<!/\/9 @/\/07|-|32 |>!@l3[7


Man, that doesn't even make sense when I post it into a "leet translator"

i at/n go.vig to h.at[k atn .e[zeat/n\ tzc)[k atnash hs./e it to /n\eks.0

i /n\c_)st eash s/aeak.vg atnothes p.le[t


haha
1 /N\(_)57 3# 5/@3@|<!/\/9 @/\/07|-|32 |>!@l3[7
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Postby Coppermine » Fri Dec 01, 2006 4:09 pm

acsguitar wrote:
Coppermine wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
thedude wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
Coppermine wrote:Any text that requires me to search for the "yen" symbol is too much of a hassle.

In fact, I think very few young teens use "leet" in general online conversation. It's just a bunch of abbreviations and misspellings because they don't know how to type. This leet thing seems way more complicated than your average, idiot, Fergie-album-buying 14 year old is willing to participate in. The article in the beginning kind of blurs it too, going into the whole "lol" and "lmao" crap that's just annoying, but not rocket science to figure out.

The only people who talk with all the symbols and crap are people who are doing it for the sake of being geeks, not because they're dangerously hiding their activities from their parents.


! @/n 90!/V!9 70 h!}@[|< @/v ![3[23@/N\ 72()[|< @/V# #2!\/3 !7 70 /N\3X![0


1 |-|@\/3 |\|0 1[)3@ \X/|-|@+ `/0|_| @|23 $@`/1|\|6


1 /N\(_)57 3# 5/@3@|<!/\/9 @/\/07|-|32 |>!@l3[7


Man, that doesn't even make sense when I post it into a "leet translator"

i at/n go.vig to h.at[k atn .e[zeat/n\ tzc)[k atnash hs./e it to /n\eks.0

i /n\c_)st eash s/aeak.vg atnothes p.le[t


haha
1 /N\(_)57 3# 5/@3@|<!/\/9 @/\/07|-|32 |>!@l3[7
I M U ST BE SPEAKING A N OT H ER DIALECT


You are, slore! :-b
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Postby Dan Lambskin » Fri Dec 01, 2006 4:17 pm

Coppermine wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
Coppermine wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
thedude wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
Coppermine wrote:Any text that requires me to search for the "yen" symbol is too much of a hassle.

In fact, I think very few young teens use "leet" in general online conversation. It's just a bunch of abbreviations and misspellings because they don't know how to type. This leet thing seems way more complicated than your average, idiot, Fergie-album-buying 14 year old is willing to participate in. The article in the beginning kind of blurs it too, going into the whole "lol" and "lmao" crap that's just annoying, but not rocket science to figure out.

The only people who talk with all the symbols and crap are people who are doing it for the sake of being geeks, not because they're dangerously hiding their activities from their parents.


! @/n 90!/V!9 70 h!}@[|< @/v ![3[23@/N\ 72()[|< @/V# #2!\/3 !7 70 /N\3X![0


1 |-|@\/3 |\|0 1[)3@ \X/|-|@+ `/0|_| @|23 $@`/1|\|6


1 /N\(_)57 3# 5/@3@|<!/\/9 @/\/07|-|32 |>!@l3[7


Man, that doesn't even make sense when I post it into a "leet translator"

i at/n go.vig to h.at[k atn .e[zeat/n\ tzc)[k atnash hs./e it to /n\eks.0

i /n\c_)st eash s/aeak.vg atnothes p.le[t


haha
1 /N\(_)57 3# 5/@3@|<!/\/9 @/\/07|-|32 |>!@l3[7
I M U ST BE SPEAKING A N OT H ER DIALECT


You are, slore! :-b


did someone say slores?

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Postby acsguitar » Fri Dec 01, 2006 4:20 pm

Dan Lambskin wrote:
Coppermine wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
Coppermine wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
thedude wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
Coppermine wrote:Any text that requires me to search for the "yen" symbol is too much of a hassle.

In fact, I think very few young teens use "leet" in general online conversation. It's just a bunch of abbreviations and misspellings because they don't know how to type. This leet thing seems way more complicated than your average, idiot, Fergie-album-buying 14 year old is willing to participate in. The article in the beginning kind of blurs it too, going into the whole "lol" and "lmao" crap that's just annoying, but not rocket science to figure out.

The only people who talk with all the symbols and crap are people who are doing it for the sake of being geeks, not because they're dangerously hiding their activities from their parents.


! @/n 90!/V!9 70 h!}@[|< @/v ![3[23@/N\ 72()[|< @/V# #2!\/3 !7 70 /N\3X![0


1 |-|@\/3 |\|0 1[)3@ \X/|-|@+ `/0|_| @|23 $@`/1|\|6


1 /N\(_)57 3# 5/@3@|<!/\/9 @/\/07|-|32 |>!@l3[7


Man, that doesn't even make sense when I post it into a "leet translator"

i at/n go.vig to h.at[k atn .e[zeat/n\ tzc)[k atnash hs./e it to /n\eks.0

i /n\c_)st eash s/aeak.vg atnothes p.le[t


haha
1 /N\(_)57 3# 5/@3@|<!/\/9 @/\/07|-|32 |>!@l3[7
I M U ST BE SPEAKING A N OT H ER DIALECT


You are, slore! :-b


did someone say slores?

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