Even if I'm not really conversing in psycho-babble, lots of
people have trouble understanding what the hell I'm talking about half
the time anyway. This is true for chatters and real-life people alike.
You might want to print out this field guide, of sorts, so that next
time we encounter one another, you'll be prepared.
This is by all means non-inclusive; in addition to the words listed
below are the many which I misspell intentionally.
- bask -- adj. A misspelling of "back".
- doofus-butt -- n. A light-hearted insult.
- glomp -- v. 1. To physically throw oneself at another
to express relief, joy, or happiness. 2. To tackle someone in a
- gyaoo? -- exp. A non-sensical expression used to
indicate nothing at all, really.
- skilly -- adj. An original spelling of "silly".
- snorgulerf -- n. A blob of phlegm caught in the
throat that one cannot rid themselves of either by making horrible
snorting noises or swallowing hundreds of times straight.
- whut -- int. A misspelling of "what".
I am a frequent user of typewritten facial expressions. Here's a
list of what emotions they are conveying.
- Just my regular happy face--I am feeling happy, proud, positive,
- Those semi-colons are "sweatdrops". It's when I am feeling
embarassed, nervous, flustered, or sheepish about something.
- I'm raising my eyebrow at you. It means I am doubtful, confused,
- I'm winking. Usually denotes a private joke between the person I
am winking at and I, or follows some sort of silly statement.
- I am ashamed, sad, depressed, or feeling downright crappy when I
use this face.
- I'm tired as anything.