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12-13-2008 @ 8:08AM
"And doesn't it take longer to type "ne1" than it does to type "anyone"?"It may take you longer to type "ne1" than to just type out "anyone" because that's what you're use to. But think about it, If you are use to typing "ne1" you would type it faster than "anyone" simply because its shorter.
12-13-2008 @ 8:53AM
If you type it correctly all the time, soon it becomes second hand and you can type correctly effortlessly. These people typing wrong are just digging themselves into a progressively deeper ditch. I type right, and it is no effort at all to do it right, since I've been doing it for years.
12-13-2008 @ 10:55AM
It's normal for me because I try to use proper grammar and pronounciation anyways. Sometimes I don't use capitals, sometimes I use shorthand, usually I do when I'm in a hurry (like in combat).It's second nature to me, I can type fast and well but sometimes I make a lot of mistakes (mainly because I don't touch type properly, I don't touch type at all).Personally, I don't like shorthand. Things like "lol" and "rofl" and stuff like that is alright but shit like "ne1" I don't like because I don't feel the English language has to be raped like the rest of the world has been.
12-13-2008 @ 1:33PM
12-14-2008 @ 2:27AM
When people say "plz" because it's shorter than "please", I say "no" because it's shorter than "yes".
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