ALEX: They had four so four people could be on at the same time. Companies that provided these services would split the proceeds with France Telecom, and quickly everyone was making a ton of money. BOTH: [laugh] ALEX: But the reason we’re talking about it is because we have a story this week from producer Carla Green. What it actually did was convince the French government to distribute a 0 computer to every French household with a phone number.Somewhat like ' OMG', ' WTF' is used when an alarming event just occurred, or some unexpected and disturbing news was just conveyed. This expression is used in personal conversations where the two parties are well acquainted.This expression is commonly used to ask for the other person's opinion, or to check for their comfort level with the situation.Of all forms of online harassment we observe at Crash Override, doxing is one of the most prevalent due to its relative ease and high emotional impact.For harassers, the pathology behind doxing is about rationalizing oneself as “blameless” for pawning off personal information for others to harass with.Not only does it go on after school, college or work has finished, but it then carries through into the next day and the cycle continues.It has been well documented that cyber bullying has resulted in tragic events including suicide, and self-harm and clearly, more needs to be done in order to protect vulnerable children and adults from online bullying.
All of these expressions may be typed lowercase or uppercase as a matter of personal style.
[CA] My grandma's live-in boyfriend of 7 years didn't call an ambulance or family after she fell six times in one day, and left her on the floor.
We're trying to get him to move out but he's claiming tenant rights even though he is a lodger and there was never a contract.
Primarily about shorthand, the new jargon saves us keystrokes to say TY (thank you) and YW (you're welcome).
The new jargon also conveys spontaneous emotion and personal expressions (' O RLY', ' FML', ' OMG').