IMHO, FWIW, KISS. (In my honest opinion, for what it's worth, keep it simple stupid.)

Don't LOL at this — but people are increasingly using the language of text messaging in their everyday speech. And don't say OMG or ask WTF — even though people like former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and TV talking head Anderson Cooper have used the acronym on the air — when what the words stand for wouldn't have been aired. The use of terms that had been restricted to texting and e-mail is something that one socio-linguist and professor finds "fascinating." Scott Kiesling of the University of Pittsburgh says it's interesting to see which terms get picked up in everyday speech and which ones don't make the cut.

L8R, Jannette

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