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What do the short forms mean?  For an example:  lol
I don't understand this language. Can you help me?
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LOL = Laughs out loud
<g> = grin
:-), etc. - look up emoticon at www.whatis.com

AFAIK = as far as I know
IIRC = if I recall correctly
IMHO = in my humble opinion
IMO = in my opinion

Any more?
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RTFM - read the ... manual
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DAI - I'm A Dyslectic   :-)
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