Primarily about shorthand, the new jargon saves us keystrokes to say TY (thank you) and YW (you're welcome).The new jargon also conveys spontaneous emotion and personal expressions (' O RLY', ' FML', ' OMG').
You will also see variations like LOLZ (a version of LOL, ROFL (Rolling on Floor Laughing), and ROFLMAO (Rolling on Floor, Laugh My Ass Off).In the United Kingdom, PMSL is also a popular version of LOL."LOL" and "LOLZ" are often spelled all uppercase, but can also be spelled "lol" or "lolz". Just be careful not to type entire sentences in uppercase, as that is considered rude shouting.It can be used to mean "no hard feelings", or "we're still friends", or "I don't like what you just said, but I won't hold it against you.BISLY is commonly used between people who are familiar with each other.When a person types "back' to announce their return to the computer/phone, the other party types ' WB' to greet the person.
BISLY - But I Still Love You This slang acronym is used as playful affection, often during online arguments or debates.
Below you'll find a list of the most common modern text message and chat expressions.
All of these expressions may be typed lowercase or uppercase as a matter of personal style.
More » RTFM - Read the F*cking Manual This is a harsh and impatient response that says "your question could easily be answered by basic working knowledge or by reading the documented instructions".
You will see RTFM used in discussion forums, online gaming, and in office email conversations.
WB - Welcome Back This pleasant expression is common in online communities (e.g.