[This is a follow-up post to My Pet Peeves. I know this was long due, but i was waiting for some more comments before posting them]
vigneshjvn: You might also mention the replacement of every punctuation mark with an ellipsis. Part of the SMS-ese lingo. It runs thus, "m gr8...hw bt u...." Sad pligh
I share this pet peeve. It makes sense to write lyk dis in SMS as you save characters, but why ryt it dat way in email or IM or in a formal piece?
Krishna: Also people use Ki instead of 'that'.
Krishna ji - A lot of other people also told me ki 'ki' is commonly (mis)used work mostly among the Hindi speaking people.
Lavanya: "Seriously" - as a substitute for 'yes, of course' or rather any exclamation.
My pet peeves (from the rest of the world,including me)
a) "like" : used as a filler word, after every two words uttered!
c) "No problem" : for the reasons you suggested. Unfortunately, I picked this up overtime .
Imagine Lavanya taking a job interview!
Lavanya: Tell me something about yourself.
Interviewee: Seriously! OK. Myself Intrvwie. I have one father like i have one mother. I like to sing songs. And that also only David Dhawan movies'. Like. I also like to put make up and wear new dresses.
Lavanya: Do you know C?
Interviewee: ya. Seriously. all programs start with 'void main()' na.
Lavanya: [Gosh, this girl doesn't even know the signature of main()] Anyway, tell me - what is a static variable?
Interviewee: Na re. There is nothing like a static variable. Like see. It's simple. Either something is static or it is variable. Like, it can either change (variable) or remain the same (static). ya. there is nothing like a static variable
Lavanya: [Completely pissed off] Thank You. We'll inform you whether you are selected through email
Interviewee: No problem.
Lalit Vashishta: This was fulltu fun to read. yr writing is fundu re. total tp.
'You know' this is the typical style all have picked up you know. cum on yaar, you are taking this too far, na.
deicider: We are waiting for you,cum here immediately"."Come" has been replaced by "cum"
Alpesh: By the way, apart from "re" ther's another one that i use quite often this days and it's "common yar"
This perhaps is because, people think the four lettered word, like a few other four lettered words, is offensive. They prefer the more politically correct and socially accepted three lettered word, you know? This is common yaar!