#3
Azeroth do too.

Seeing how stupidity and text speak walks hand in hand I'd assume it's used in every country.
sometimes I see us in a cymbal splash or in the sound of a car crash
#8
of course. the problem is that people who dont speak english wouldnt say laugh out loud (lol) or rolling on the floor laughing (rofl)
#14
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Do you mean text talk in other languages?

That'll be a challenge for interpreters.

Pretty much.

Ta for clearing this up, pit.
#17
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of course. the problem is that people who dont speak english wouldnt say laugh out loud (lol) or rolling on the floor laughing (rofl)


Actually, in Spanish we do.

Actual message I have: "LOL q mal. Tu tmbn vas pal prty?"
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#18
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I'm Afrikaans and we tend to abuse it as well.

Seeth Ifrican. Oh how I love your accents.
#22
I know Japan does it.
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#23
yes even in mozambique
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#24
One thing I'm wondering, though, is how the Chinese text. There's no way to fit all their characters in a cell phone number pad.
#25
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One thing I'm wondering, though, is how the Chinese text. There's no way to fit all their characters in a cell phone number pad.


It's actually quite interesting.


Find a Chinese person and check it out some time.

XD
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#27
are you saying other countries have cell phones
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