I actually remember this guy after he clarified who he is...this is someone I knew from high school. Now while I do not hate him (he's actually kinda nice?) I hate the fact that he is jeje-infected. Nash, you brought this upon yourself. Next time you chat with me, think again. Ooops. Actually, you CAN'T chat with me again.
who are you?
i don't know anyone with isonfire last name
dude you better tell me who you are before i delete you
and i'm not kidding
i most of the time just add the people who add me
but if you change your name and i don't recognize your name anymore, i delete you
sira ba spacebar mo?? [FINALLY I REALIZE IT!!!]
di ko maintindihan sinasabi mo
i only talk to people who know how to use a keyboard properly
and sayang dahil alam ko same teacher lang tayo sa english nung high school
and alam ko tamang english tinuro nya sa atin
so..what's..the..point..for..insulting..me??parang..may..kasalanan..ako..saiyo..ata..nangumusta..lang..naman..ata....ako..sensya..ha..matalino..ka..ata.. masyado..i dont belong to your level..
buti alam mo
this sooo going on my blog
[aba, sya pa may guts!]
Anyway, I appreciate the fact that he actually chatted up with me. But it's useless starting a convo with someone that way. A chat, while informal, is still a form of discourse. When I read his messages it's like "work (stop stop stop) ka (stop stop stop) na (stop stop stop). I can't help it. My eyes/brain are programmed to perceive those punctuation marks that way. I cannot just ignore them and say "Ah, ganun kasi sya magtype." I can't do it.
Not that he SHOULD type that way.
Maybe I would even tolerate (for old times' sake) the use of sticky caps. But not the text typing and the periods-for-space thing. Again, I just can't do it.