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For example: typing good morning will take longer than typing 'GM', which is the standard abbreviation for good morning in chat slang. It is waaay faster to shorten words, make up abbreviations and use symbols that type the entire word or phrase.

Unfortunately, the other party needs to understand these as well.

This just led me to delve deeper into the matter, and I soon realized how out of touch I was. Almost anyone who works on the Internet, or rather uses the Internet, has an IM account. IM or instant messaging, is an application that two or more people use to message in real time over the net.

The more famous of these are AOL, Skype, Yahoo Messenger, Google Talk, MSN and ICQ.

It seemed like total gibberish, and I had half a mind to call her and yell at her for wasting my time.

Luckily for her, a younger colleague deciphered the message before any harm could be done.When I asked her later, she was surprised that I didn't understand, saying that it was a relatively simple message. Taking a look at some of the examples of messages on her phone just left me all muddled and confused.I kid you not, these messages sounded like some code or something, and I'm sure that all those government agencies [you know which ones I mean, right] would have been all excited had they caught a glimpse of them. With the Internet moving as fast as it is, IM and chat rooms have increased in popularity as well.Seeing something like 'TTYL' on you screen might boggle the mind, unless you know what it means. There are thousands of these abbreviations and acronyms that are used in chatting and instant messaging, and there are new ones being made up everyday. While well-known to all who use IM frequently, these might be strange for many.When in use for a period of time, they become standard. So I decided that I'd put up a list of at least the more common of these abbreviations and codes and symbols and other arcane shortcuts that have totally ruined the English language.They discuss a lot of things ranging from queer sex to feminist pornography. Up next is a book chat with No Violet Bulawayo for her book, ‘We need new names’ and Jennifer Makunbi for her book ‘Kintu’. The photography and art is beautiful and as always, I’m in awe of the creativity of the artists.