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  • #3805

    Anonymous

    http://www.microsoft.com/athome/security/children/kidtalk.mspx

    Numbers are often used as letters. The term “leet” could be written as “1337,” with “1” replacing the letter L, “3” posing as a backwards letter E, and “7” resembling the letter T. “0” (zero) will typically replace the letter “O.”

  • #17859

    Anonymous

    Damn kids and their crazy ways of communicating!

    Makes sense that parents should know about these things though, especially if they are concerned about their kids activities on the net. If they saw people speaking like that chances are they wouldn’t have a clue what they were on about and would just forget about it……

  • #17860

    Anonymous

    I’d just call them twats….maybe thats just me though….

  • #17861

    Anonymous

    Nah, not just you. They are twats really……

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