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2014-01-17 08:50:39 AM
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memebot_of_doom: [img.fark.net image 411x166]

Trying to translate...


"These gentlemen are less than forthright.  The gentleman I was dealing with and his acquaintances removed the monetary compensation from a payment distribution website before they received their product, because I explained that I would remove said compensation when I was in posession of the product.  It is obvious to me that they always intended to back out of this agreement, and that is their reasoning behind not using an alternative method of payment. #Female dog posterior African-Americans"
2014-01-17 09:55:51 AM
1 votes:
Too bad he didnt...

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... get a receipt.

YEAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH
2014-01-17 09:19:54 AM
1 votes:

Satan's Bunny Slippers: walktoanarcade:
Sometimes when I see a new and confusing word I modify it to my liking and then mispronounce it my own way forever.   Your misreading made me misread it as  "Emojoi" which seems appropriate because I imagine mostly emos texting each other when I think of texting and emoticons, and those types would spell "joy" "joi" so I dub them: "Emojois"

*deferential tip towards the elder farker*

That makes perfect sense!  Thanks to you, I will now think/read "emojoi".  :)

*slides you an internet drink of your choice*


Thanks. :)      Thanks for the cannabis infused hot apple cider. Mmmmm
2014-01-17 09:11:33 AM
1 votes:
walktoanarcade:
Sometimes when I see a new and confusing word I modify it to my liking and then mispronounce it my own way forever.   Your misreading made me misread it as  "Emojoi" which seems appropriate because I imagine mostly emos texting each other when I think of texting and emoticons, and those types would spell "joy" "joi" so I dub them: "Emojois"

*deferential tip towards the elder farker*


That makes perfect sense!  Thanks to you, I will now think/read "emojoi".  :)

*slides you an internet drink of your choice*
2014-01-17 09:08:52 AM
1 votes:

Fast Moon: Is "emoji" some new term that's gaining traction?  I hadn't really seen it before but this is the second time today in two different stories I've seen the word come up.  It looks like a portmanteau of "emo" and the Japanese word "moji" (文字), for "character/letter", so does "emoji" only refer to the Japanese-style Unicode drawings like the one in the headline, or is it meant to replace all instances of the words "emote" or "emoticon"?


絵文字Picture + character/letter.
And it's been around for years!

/YEARS!
2014-01-17 08:48:26 AM
1 votes:

reggiestake.files.wordpress.commemebot_of_doom: [img.fark.net image 411x166]

Trying to translate...

2014-01-17 08:32:25 AM
1 votes:

Fast Moon: Is "emoji" some new term that's gaining traction?  I hadn't really seen it before but this is the second time today in two different stories I've seen the word come up.  It looks like a portmanteau of "emo" and the Japanese word "moji" (文字), for "character/letter", so does "emoji" only refer to the Japanese-style Unicode drawings like the one in the headline, or is it meant to replace all instances of the words "emote" or "emoticon"?


emoticons are the actual characters. :) :(

emoji are the cutsey images that replace emoticons on your phone, facebook, etc.
2014-01-17 08:32:09 AM
1 votes:

Fast Moon: Is "emoji" some new term that's gaining traction?  I hadn't really seen it before but this is the second time today in two different stories I've seen the word come up.  It looks like a portmanteau of "emo" and the Japanese word "moji" (文字), for "character/letter", so does "emoji" only refer to the Japanese-style Unicode drawings like the one in the headline, or is it meant to replace all instances of the words "emote" or "emoticon"?


Congratulations, you're old.

/23skidooooo!!!
2014-01-17 08:06:33 AM
1 votes:
Babb had heard that it was possible to buy "lean," a particular kind of cough syrup that comes laced with codeine, now a popular narcotic beverage among rappers, on Instagram (a pint of the liquid can go for as much as $1,000).

That sounds like cop math.  How many times could you possibly get high on a pint of cough syrup?
 
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