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Chat slang is a method of typing long words and phrases as short one-to-four letter words and is also used by people who have difficulties spelling. For example, instead of typing out "are", a user may only type "r". Although chat slang can be easier for you and sometimes faster to type, it makes reading what you're saying much more difficult and will usually cause people to ignore you. Below, is an example of someone saying "Are you smart because I need someone smart".


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