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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by 19hhbelgian, Oct 10, 2009.
How can you be sure of that?
Im going to agree with BlueMoon....
Maybe they work for the LOL cats people.....
I've noticed my mother, normally an excellent speller, tends to type like that when she is using her blackberry (or whatever the thing is) to respond via the internet. The small keyboard makes typos easier to make and more difficult to find the urge to correct.
I thought it seemed like an international person posting the ad - when you get scammers, often the grammar is terrible and it takes a while to figure out what the heck they're talking about. Maybe I take too much time when I'm putting something up for sale, or maybe I'm just a terrible person - sorry!
...and sometimes it's not texting lingo or any form of dyslexia...it's a simple case of borderline illiteracy. I've see it often with the families of children I've worked with. It makes for a very uncomfortable situation when you get a parent note and your first thought is that the kid MUST have forged the note (except there's no reason why the kid would have). But you can't ask the parent about it because THAT would be awkward for both the parent and you.
My middle brother is quite intelligent, and reads a LOT, but he never gave a hoot about school, and he writes like he's in elementary school (and we're not talking 5th grade). I love him, but I cringe when I read his emails sometimes...
Huh?Is that writing from a board in a college classroom?
Quote:What is that supposed to mean? i is a college stoodint.