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XINRAN XUE, a Chinese writer, describes visiting a peasant family in the Yimeng area of Shandong province. “We had scarcely sat down in the kitchen”, she writes (see article), “when we heard a moan of pain from the bedroom next door…The cries from the inner room grew louder—and abruptly stopped.Net Lingo is also tracking a global list of worldwide text terms and international online jargon!Acronyms have always been an integral part of computer culture, and they have since spawned a new language on the Internet.Commonly thought of as a series of letters that make up a 'word' there is a distinction between acronyms and shorthand.The actual definition of an acronym and text shorthand is here.BTW: If you ever see someone TYPING AN ENTIRE SENTENCE IN ALL CAPITAL LETTERS that means SHOUTING!It is not proper netiquette to TYPE IN ALL CAPS (even in email), in fact, it's annoying.Online enthusiasts are learning that shorthand are in fact called acronyms, but this is incorrect.

/* Row with equal height columns */ .row-eq-height { display: -webkit-box; display: -webkit-flex; display: -ms-flexbox; display: flex; flex-wrap: wrap; -webkit-flex-wrap: wrap; -webkit-flex-direction: row; flex-direction: row; -webkit-justify-content: center; justify-content: center; -webkit-align-content: flex-end; align-content: flex-end; -webkit-flex-flow: row wrap; flex-flow: row wrap; } /* Before try to use this code, please read this doc - This snippet will not work in some cases.*/ #hp-midrow .school-copy { max-width: 480px; margin: 5px auto; } #hp-midrow .school-copy a:hover { text-decoration: none; } .The majority of the expressions you see above are not acronyms, but rather shorthand used while text messaging or IMing.There are several terms to describe different kinds of jargon including anacronym, backronym, weather acronyms, city acronyms, leetspeak and textonyms.

Internet acronyms, text message jargon, abbreviations, initialisms, cyberslang, leetspeak, SMS code, textese With hundreds of millions of people texting regularly, it's no wonder you've seen this cryptic looking code!

Commonly used wherever people get online -- including IMing, SMSing, cell phones, Blackberries, PDAs, Web sites, games, newsgroup postings, in chat rooms, on blogs, or on social media -- these abbreviations are used by people around the world to communicate with each other.