SMS språken er noe de fleste som ferdes på nettet kjenner til. LOL, ROFL, L8R er noen disse forkortelsene. Men problemet med sms språket er at det begynner nå å bli gammel, så nå er det på tide med en oppdatering.
Her er Noen forslag:
* GI — Google it
* MOP — Mac or PC?
* FCAO — five conversations at once
* IIOYT — is it on YouTube?
* DYFH — did you Facebook him/her?
* BIOI — buy it on iTunes
* CMOS — call me on Skype
* GGNUDP — gotta go, no unlimited data plan
* WLF — with the lady friend
* JUOC — jacked up on caffeine
* SML — send me the link
* RHB — read his/her blog
* MBLO — much better-looking online
* KYST — knew you’d say that
* NBL — no battery left
* CTTC — can’t talk, teacher’s coming
* TWD — typing while driving
* CMT (CMF, CMM, CMB) — check my Twitter (Facebook, Myspace, blog)
* CYE (CYF, CYM, CYB)–check your email (Facebook, Myspace, blog)
* POS – parent over shoulder.
* PBKC -Problem Between Keyboard and Chair
* NSFW – Not Safe For Work
Og noen få beregnet på iPhone eiere:
* SPLETS — send pics later; Edge too slow
* CSVUI — can’t send video, using iPhone
* BPWMI — boss playing with my iPhone
* SIK — sorry, iPhone keyboard
* OOM — out of messages (for iPhone users who haven’t upgraded their AT&T “200 messages a month” plan)
Og her er noen laget spesielt for den eldre garde:
* WIWYA — when I was your age
* YKT – you kids today
* CRRE — conversation required; remove earbuds
* WDO? — what are you doing online?
* NIWYM — no idea what you mean
* NCK — not a chance, kid
* B2W — back to work
* AYD? — are you drunk?
* LODH — log off, do homework
* DYMK? — does your mother know?
* IGAT — I’ve got abbreviations, too