We are a collective of people who believe in freedom of speech, the rights of individuals, and free pancakes! We share our lives, struggles, frustrations, successes, joys, and prescribe to our own special brand of humor and insanity. If you are looking for a great place to hang out, make new friends, find new nemeses, and just be yourself, WTF.com is your new home.
FUCK!!! god i know what you mean. as SOON as ONE snowflake is seen, people slam on their goddamn brakes!!! wtf?!?! im not even kidding, it was BARELY snowing and freeway traffic was at 45 on a sunday fucking morning?apseiuf0489yu9p87qy9tq!!!!
Being that this is an internet forum, we're all here to read what others have to say, and write some things of our own. It should be common sense that how we write our posts reflects on ourselves, as well as either invites others to read our posts, or makes them laugh at our level of idiocy.
Spelling and grammar are important on the internet, since it's the only way people get to know you. Hopefully you would rather come off as an intelligent person rather than a blither idiot who can't even spell a simple three letter word like 'you.' This isn't AOL, a chat room or a text message; shortening word such as "you," "though," "you're," "what," and "are" into short truncations such as "u," "tho," "ur," "wut" and "r" make you look like an idiot. It also makes your post harder for other members to read, as well as lowering the collective IQ of the forums. Aside from all of that, the amount of time you "save" with such AOL speak is negligible.
Nobody is asking you to be a human dictionary, or spell perfectly all of the time - everyone makes mistakes. We are, however, asking you to put an effort into making good, quality, and easily readable posts.
Literacy clause rules:
Don't use short truncations or single letter representations of words. It doesn't save you any time, it just makes you look stupid. Write out the word completely if you have something to say.
Use punctuation. Even a 13 year old should be capable of at least using periods and commas, and capitalizing - the most basic forms of punctuation. Nobody wants to read a post that spans half a page without a single period or comma.
Try to use paragraphs in long posts. This isn't hard, and you've no doubt done it in school. It makes reading your whiny half page thread about how your mom is so unfair that much easier to read.
Posts or threads containing AOL speak or other silly truncations will be subject to being edited, deleted or closed.
If you're one of those people who is either incapable of typing with a degree of intellect, or just refuses to do so, then you are an idiot. Don't bother complaining, just leave; we don't want you here.