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I play a lot of games and browse quite a few sites, during that time I've picked up quite a few terms that other non tech/gaming people just don't know. I hadn't really thought about it until today when I was talking to my friend about Borderlands 2 and he only seemed to understand every third word I said. So I was wondering what are your favourite slang (or Internet speak, not quite sure how best to say it) terms?

My two most used just now would probably be borked and zerged... mainly because of Guild Wars 2 :p

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meh

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None, I detest internet slang, especially Epic

It's not Epic, its a picture of a cat with a melon on its face you d**k
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I'd get a warning for listing sexual slang :p

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[quote name='Detection' timestamp='1348776671' post='595210667']
None, I detest internet slang, especially Epic

It's not Epic, its a picture of a cat with a melon on its face you d**k
[/quote]

The only time someone is allowed to say the word 'Epic' without irony is when they're talking about a certain Faith No More song. At any other time they must be slapped.
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****!

That is mine ;)

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FUBAR is one of my favorites.
ID 10-T is another one. "We have an ID 10-T situation here."


Hmm. Going to keep this somewhat clean as there are others that are for less polite company. :p

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G'day.

I use it in about 95% of greetings with anyone.

I'm Australian though.

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HAI
Yo

Probably some more I can't think of.

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In SA when we say, "how is it?" (How are you?) we say "[b]howzit[/b]".

[b]bru[/b]

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