N., Hamilton, ON L8R
2Y6; 905-308-8306; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sure, I'm tempted to use "l8r
" and countless other SMS abbreviations to save time and space.
." The electronic means of communication available today has allowed people to maintain almost real-time contact and immediate response, which can translate to perceptions of value.
Sherzan, Note, "Talk 2 U L8r
"--Why Cell Phones and Driving Have "G2g": An Analysis Of The Dangers Of Cell Phone Use While Driving, 59 DRAKE L.
The rise in the use of so-called "text speak" such as 'LOL' (laugh out loud), 'plz' (please), 'OMG' (oh my God) and 'cu l8r
' (see you later) sparked fears spelling and reading skills could be harmed.
ttyl; ttfn; l8r
g8r (series), by Myracle, Lauren a[umlaut] 10.
"), you've successfully eliminated 98 per cent of the nuance of face-to-face dialogue, the delicious nuance and also the awkward stuff, like when you send a big textual hug ("((H))") to people you've never actually put your arms around -- you've skipped some essential steps in gaining intimacy.
How long will it be until the spell check corrects my 'see you later' to 'c u l8r
69 Hughson Street Suite 102, Hamilton, ON Canada L8R
The post-capital of culture vision is the driving force of L8r
(as in Later), an inter-active promenade show stretching over all five levels of World Museum Liverpool.
"C U L8R
" and all that nonsense (FYI, my mother is, somewhat alarmingly, an expert at this).
They assure me that WOD U FON L8R
? is the norm for asking a parent to call on the telephone - and try to' tell me that, of course, they don't spell like that in school.