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Posted: 9/27/2005 4:26:44 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/27/2005 5:17:08 PM EDT by FOX-]
Link Posted: 9/27/2005 4:28:08 AM EDT
Dumb, but mildly amusing. Too many bored programers at Google me thinks.
Link Posted: 9/27/2005 4:36:49 AM EDT

Originally Posted By FOX-:
L33T





What is it with you kiddies and this "L33T" stuff???
Link Posted: 9/27/2005 4:37:10 AM EDT
http://www.google.com/language_tools?hl=en

Elmer Fudd
Bork, bork, bork!
Scots Gaelic
Pig Latin
Zulu
Link Posted: 9/27/2005 5:17:19 AM EDT
Anyone under 18 uses that fucking stooopid L33+ @7p|-|@83+ it's hella lame! Now you can't even do searches properly on usenet for movies cause some D&D dingus wiith 18 dexterity and 21 intelligence and -10 AC decides to make the title $+@r \/\/@r$!! I guess they'll stop when old farts like me figger it out.
Link Posted: 9/27/2005 5:20:12 AM EDT
Thought English was are language here in the good old USA.
Good grief.
Link Posted: 9/27/2005 12:09:47 PM EDT

Originally Posted By John_Wayne777:

Originally Posted By FOX-:
L33T





What is it with you kiddies and this "L33T" stuff???



L33t originated from hackers trying to bypass keyword seaches, kinda evolved from there. Although many have tried it is not a spoken language.
Link Posted: 9/27/2005 12:10:30 PM EDT

Originally Posted By m-dc:
Thought English was are language here in the good old USA.
Good grief.



English is the language of the US, however, here in the interweb we exist with out nationality.
Link Posted: 9/27/2005 12:22:15 PM EDT

Originally Posted By m-dc:
Thought English was are language here in the good old USA.
Good grief.



Yes, English is OUR language...try learning the proper use of it.
Link Posted: 9/27/2005 12:29:32 PM EDT

Originally Posted By kaizoku:

Originally Posted By m-dc:
Thought English was are language here in the good old USA.
Good grief.



Yes, English is OUR language...try learning the proper use of it.



Hide the books! They're here!


Give me a break, are/our they sound the same and you knew what I meant.
Link Posted: 9/27/2005 1:34:17 PM EDT

Originally Posted By kaizoku:

Originally Posted By m-dc:
Thought English was are language here in the good old USA.
Good grief.



Yes, English is OUR language...try learning the proper use of it.


Hows this, FU.
Link Posted: 9/27/2005 1:40:52 PM EDT
So l33+ is like caucasian Ebonics?
Link Posted: 9/27/2005 3:04:26 PM EDT


Link Posted: 9/27/2005 4:33:16 PM EDT

Originally Posted By m-dc:

Originally Posted By kaizoku:

Originally Posted By m-dc:
Thought English was are language here in the good old USA.
Good grief.



Yes, English is OUR language...try learning the proper use of it.


Hows this, FU.



How's this, you suck at comeback-fu.
Link Posted: 9/27/2005 5:11:42 PM EDT

Originally Posted By kaizoku:

Originally Posted By m-dc:

Originally Posted By kaizoku:

Originally Posted By m-dc:
Thought English was are language here in the good old USA.
Good grief.



Yes, English is OUR language...try learning the proper use of it.


Hows this, FU.



How's this, you suck at comeback-fu.



Link Posted: 9/27/2005 5:13:41 PM EDT
like omfg y would i want 2 search teh inet like that omg wtf!!!!1!!!1111!!
Link Posted: 9/27/2005 5:32:45 PM EDT
Y0ur 3l337-fu 1s w34k gr4ssh0pp3rs.

7h0u3s7 sh4ll cl1ck h3r3 4nd h3r3.
Link Posted: 9/27/2005 5:37:27 PM EDT
Eblish > *
Link Posted: 9/27/2005 6:55:42 PM EDT
L33T!
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
For information about leats as part of watermills, see Watermill.


Leet, written as "1337" in leetspeek, is an online culture and/or attitude, as well as a language code, among the Internet population. The word itself is derived phonetically from the word "elite", and is a cipher, or cryptic form of spelling changes such as the substitution of "z" for the "s" at the end of a plural word and "x" for "(c)k" or "(c)ks." Letters may be chosen as substitutes for other letters, based on visual similarity. Leetspeak was probably first used by hackers on Bulletin Board Systems, and then later adopted by users of Online Multiplayer Games i.e Counter - Strike (The world's largest online first person shooter) and other Internet communities.

Spellings do not always follow a set convention. The same word may be spelled differently by different people, or indeed by the same person. This is symptomatic of the desire or affected desire to elude comprehension by others unfamiliar with the art form.

Many consider it a pointless affectation, and as it has become widely used it is less useful as a way of showing membership of an "elite" group. It is nonetheless a cultural phenomenon well known amongst hackers and many other Internet users, especially gamers.

Certain factions maintain that "true" leetspeak is spelled correctly, with the exceptions described above. They do not consider the use of extreme short forms (such as "b" for "be", or "u" for "you") as leetspeak; instead, they refer to it by such terms as "AOL speak". This is because they associate such habits with users who use ISPs like AOL, which is associated with "noobiness" and therefore not considered "elite". The chief difference between leetspeak and AOL speak is that leetspeak has the goal of obfuscating traditional written language while in AOL speak the goal is primarily to shorten words (and therefore allow "n00bs" to be able to communicate more quickly). Another convention sometimes associated with leetspeak or Internet chatting is capitalizing every other letter (LiKe ThIs), sometimes called studlycaps or stickycaps. A similar habit involves capitalizing every consonant (LiKe THiS).
Link Posted: 9/27/2005 6:58:37 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/29/2005 5:14:48 PM EDT by Redcap]

Originally Posted By FOX-:
L33T





Asshat.
Link Posted: 9/27/2005 8:26:48 PM EDT

Originally Posted By FOX-:

Originally Posted By kaizoku:

Originally Posted By m-dc:
Thought English was are language here in the good old USA.
Good grief.



Yes, English is OUR language...try learning the proper use of it.



Hide the books! They're here!


Give me a break, are/our they sound the same and you knew what I meant.



They might sound the same squib ,but they don't spell the same(so whats your point?)


You are out of gas I pull up beside you and ask Whats Up!!!

I have ten five gallon cans of gas in the back of my truck!!!

You start talking that gibberish to me,I pull off!

You end up with a size 13 boot up your ass,and NO gas!!!

American(old style English)learn it!!!!!!!!


Bob
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