Chat slang adult
Some of the new Twitter lingo describes the collection of people who use the service, while other abbreviations are used to describe specific functions and features of the service itself (like the Twitter abbreviation RT).
$ On Twitter, a stock market name can be used with the $ - For example Tweeting $GOOG will create a clickable link in the Tweet.Text abbreviations and emoticons are also popular when people send messages on mobile phones.The world's first text message was sent from a computer to a cellphone by British engineer, Neil Papworth on December 03, 1992.Eble’s students illustrate its typical use, as a carefree tag to explain an impulsive choice: “You want to park illegally in this spot? Even as teenagers argue over the merits of YOLO-ing, their parents and teachers remain largely oblivious.Slang serves a powerful function for marking an “in-group,” as sociologists say, and it’s easy to see how YOLO would be precisely the type of term that its users would want to keep to themselves, away from elders.Replies are sent either by clicking the 'reply' icon next to an update or typing @ username message (e.g., @user I saw that movie too).
^ The caret sign is used to note an individual within an organization who sent the message.
Example: Let's head up to Ontario this weekend to check out some s2. An unfinished cigarette that is purposely extinguished so it can be saved and re-lit later on. Example: You got some schmooda on your pants there... To breathe through the nose so deeply that everyone within a mile radius can hear it. A derogatory term used by Formula One fans to describe bandwagon Ferrari Fans.
(drool) OR Getting drunk from communion wine in church because it tastes really good and goes well with the crackers is a perfect example of being sacrelicious. ORWhy don't you get up a little earlier in the morning? a danglish word (combination of german and english) used often at method - a total idiot/dolt Example: hey, rico, do not be such a schmoodlapp always use the damn grid and the ever so friendly yet modern font helvetica from the Yiddish. Specifically, 2) The stuff that accumulates between the strings and the fret board by playing a guitar. We changed the battery and even thought about pulling the engine..Felipe schoolboyed us and showed us we'd used the wrong car keys.
The carpe diem sentiment of “you only live once” has a long history predating its punchy acronymic clipping.
Garson O’Toole, on his Quote Investigator blog, traces variations on the theme back to the 18th century, as in this line from Samuel Richardson’s novel “Clarissa”: “We live but once in this world; and when gone, are gone from it for ever.” The exact wording of “you only live once” begins cropping up in the late 19th century, and by 1937 it was popular enough to be used as the title of a Fritz Lang film noir.
One elder who has taken notice is David Mc Cullough Jr., an English teacher at Wellesley High School (and son of the Pulitzer Prize-winning historian).