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Noob talk frequently includes excessive phonetic writing, childlike or supposedly inventive expressions that make it difficult to understand what is said.
The terms noob, a new person online or in a chat room, staycation, a stay-at-home holiday where you pretend to be a tourist in your own city, and friend with benefits, a friend who also is a casual sex partner, were also said to be among the favourites, reports the Daily Telegraph.
Put your hand up if as a Twitter noob you were confused about what exactly the yellow star did initially.
If you're still a noob on Instagram and don't know what to do, you can start by sharing your own life story with your personal hashtag #EverydayWith_____ (ex.
Internet abbreviations parents should be aware of include: POS - Parent on shoulder PITH - Parent in the house PAW - Parents are watching LOL - Laugh out loud NOOB - New to the language BRB - Be right back BEG - Big evil grin AFK - Away from the keyboard A/S/L - this means age, sex, location and is often used by paedophiles or groomers.
I asked Tsu Yob who seemed not to understand my question and, when finally he got the message that I believed his spirit was a parrot, burst into laughter and said to me: "Don't you know that in Mong Njua we call a parrot noob yeeb kub?
Words such as noob, pwnd, blag, hashtag, tweet and unfriend with a high online presence and currency were said to be changing the spoken language.
Common examples of KIT include PITH, meaning parent in the house; BRB (be right back); NOOB (new to the language); BEG (big evil grin); and AFK (away from the keyboard).
In the case of one of the hottest titles, "Destiny," a new Destiny creation allows players to keep their progress on track as they traverse from noob to legend.
With more ways to die than you can count, this game is not for noobs.
That's left precious few cards for gamers who just want to frag some noobs.