Adult chatroom ps

09 Sep

I remember a decade ago when I used to frequent chat rooms daily. You know, the ones where people actually conversed instead of judging each other's typing habits. I'm sorry my SAT verbal score wasn't high enough to bring honor to your chest, but what the hell makes A/S/L inferior to all the fucking modern slang you used and shit? It's a little hard to converse with someone when you can't understand what they're saying because they type in slang TOO MUCH.Now, when I go on to two, you get a billion grammar nazis asking you to capitalize your Ns and telling you how to say what you said while they sit haughtily on their rolling office-chair thrones diagramming sentences with the blood of their victims. When everyone was just another interesting person to talk to, not potential grammaticrats waiting to pounce. O: I remember a decade ago when I used to frequent chat rooms daily. You know, the ones where people actually conversed instead of judging each other's typing habits. I'm sorry my SAT verbal score wasn't high enough to bring honor to your chest, but what the hell makes A/S/L inferior to all the fucking modern slang you used and shit? There's a difference between not adding a period and a capital, or making a few spelling mistakes, and "thn typn lyk tis". I frequented the same place online (it was kinda like the Dope of chat rooms, in that the culture expressly encouraged proper English and good if off-the-wall behavior) for several years in the mid to late 90s, but it died a death of neglect around 1999-2000--people just stopped showing up. IMO in the very early days of AOL (gasp) I had some pretty decent chats online.Finding a niche room with good moderation and a persistent community really helped.

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