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Textese (also known as chatspeak, texting language, or txt talk) is a term for the abbreviations and slang most commonly used among young people today. The   of textese is largely due to the necessary brevity of mobile phone text messaging, though its use is also very common on the Internet, including e-mail and instant messaging.

There are no   rules for writing textese. However, the common practice is to use single letters, pictures, or numbers to represent whole words. For example, “i <3 u” uses the picture   of a heart “<3” for “love,” and the letter “u” to  you.” For words which have no common abbreviation, textese users often   the vowels from a word, and the reader is forced to interpret a string of consonants by re-adding the vowels. Thus, “dictionarybecomes “dctnry,” andkeyboardbecomes “kybrd.” The reader must interpret the   words depending on the context in which it is used, as there are many examples of words or phrases which use the same abbreviations. So if someone says “ttyl, lol” they probably meantalk to you later, lots of lovenottalk to you later, laugh out loud,” and if someone says “omg, lol” they most   meanoh my god, laugh out loudnotoh my god, lots of love.”

The emergence of textese is clearly due to a desire to type less and to communicate more   than one can manage without such shortcuts. Yet it has been severely   aswrecking our language.” Some scholars even consider the use of textese asirritatingand essentially lazy behavior. They’re worried thatsloppyhabits gained while using textese will result in studentsgrowing   of proper spelling, grammar and punctuation.

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