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PostSubject: Modern language dictionnary   Tue Mar 13, 2007 8:51 pm

Well today, the young ones of our civilisation (me and you) are no longuer respecting the rules of English Writing. They use Common abreviations such as: lol, rofl, 1337,haxxor etc. Why? because they find it easier to use on MSN. Here is a dictionary on the most COMMON ones:

lol: laugh out loud or also laughing a lot <-- one of the MOST used ones on msn

rofl= Rolling on Floor laughing <--- Use when something makes you laugh ( you will see others like: ROFLMAO which stands for rollin on floor laughin my ass off)

lmao= laugh my ass off (also Lmfao: laugh my f*ckin ass off)

brb= Be right back <-- you know what that means right?o___O

u= you

ty, Thanx, thnx, thx or anythin like that= Thank you or thanks

sup, wassup= what's up

w8= wait

w/e= whatever

tuts= tutorials

wtf= what the f*ck

omg= oh my god

omfg= oh my f*uckin god

gawd= god

noobs,newbs,n00bs: people who are not familiar with something where most people are very familar at. Can also be used for beginners at something, Also used to say that people suck at something Etc.


duno= I dont Know

ur= You are or you're

no1= no one

any1= anyone

2day= today

sk8ter= skater

1337,leet,: Stands for something like Elite, Someone who has mad skills on something.

Owned,Pwned= Someone who got killed in a game, or as in a french expression: CASSER

Dam= damn

o___O= someones like wtf expression

^^= smile


kno= know <--- lol no difference..

prolly= probably


kk= ok


nm= not much <--- used as a reply for sup

Btw: by the way


FTW: For the win <-- used for something like that: SECKS FTW!!!
As you can see it is used to say that something is good or owns or somethin like that

pls,plz: please


tard = retard
haxxor = hacker
c ya = see you
l8er = later

Well since i don't have much time left ill end here


If i have some COMMON ones that are not posted you can make a list in a reply and ill gladly add them when i check for an update ^^ ty hope this guide helps u

BTW at the beggining i felt a bit nerdy so i wrote like that plz excuse me if it gave u a shock


Credits: me and david for the def of FTW xD





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PostSubject: Re: Modern language dictionnary   Tue Mar 13, 2007 8:58 pm

I don't know why I can't edit your post... but you forgot

tard = retard
haxxor = hacker

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PostSubject: Re: Modern language dictionnary   Tue Mar 13, 2007 9:01 pm

kk lol ill add it nao

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PostSubject: Re: Modern language dictionnary   Tue Mar 13, 2007 9:18 pm

And theres also
c ya = see you
l8er = later

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PostSubject: Re: Modern language dictionnary   Wed Mar 14, 2007 5:35 pm

k lol

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PostSubject: Re: Modern language dictionnary   Thu Mar 15, 2007 6:03 pm

And
ciao = ?

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PostSubject: Re: Modern language dictionnary   Sun Apr 15, 2007 6:17 pm

no^^

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