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Ruby Black
Ruby Black

Jul-24-2007 14:36

This is a just oppinion kinda thing:
Some ppl think the pix 4 girl detectives are bad, and someppl wish they had ''prettier'' pictures 2 choose from. I wanna know what other ppl think. Do u agree with the ppl who say the pix 4 grls are bad? Or do u like them?
Just wondering.

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Jim Diamond
Jim Diamond

Jul-24-2007 15:58

Jojo, she might've been posting out of curiousity. I do that some times. Though I agree that chat words can be hard to read.

(k thx bi)

Brandi Noir
Brandi Noir

Jul-24-2007 21:12

oh really? well sorry about the chat word thing .
(But i still think they are kind of fun.)
Later, Bye

Ruby Black
Ruby Black

Jul-24-2007 21:15

well ya sorry. I agree though they are still fun. And thank you Jim Diamond, because yes it was out of curiosity.

Jim Diamond
Jim Diamond

Jul-24-2007 22:06

Well, I'm sure you can have fun trying to walk a tight rope as well. Though not everyone would want to.

biggie528
biggie528
Lucky Stiff

Jul-25-2007 10:44

Playing in traffic is always a good time :)

Lady Zeugirdor
Lady Zeugirdor
Vigilante

Jul-25-2007 11:07

Biggie,
How fun it is depends on how much traffic is around!

biggie528
biggie528
Lucky Stiff

Jul-25-2007 14:29

The more the merrier! :)

fillemaligne
fillemaligne
Well-Connected

Jul-25-2007 20:24

The sad thing is that this "chat speak" is how most of these kids write in school. I can't wait until they get to University and fail because they can't spell properly or string a correct sentence together. Oh, wait...my bad. I shouldn't assume that all these buggers will be going to University. ; )

Hahah! I love to hate everyone! Wheeeeeeeeee!

Breitkat
Breitkat
Pinball Amateur

Jul-26-2007 00:47

Oh Fille, you evil girl you....;-)

Jim Diamond
Jim Diamond

Jul-27-2007 04:53

Actually, since society adapts to the language currently spoken, and more and more slang and loaned words enter dictionarys, perhaps we shouldn't assume that by the time these kids go to university, university has *not* already adapted to the "new" language?

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