Am I the only one wondering just how this is news?
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Yes, I understand that youngsters these days use net speak in everyday life. Yes, I've even gotten used to people at work pronouncing "LOL" as "lull" in conversation. But I draw the line when my mate's 16 year old stepdaughter starts pronouncing "ROTFLMAO" as "roffle", possibly "ruffle".
And I still haven't worked out what the f--k "rofflecopter" is meant to be!