Well. I'm pretty sure that we, as a community of writers, have come across some pretty bad grammar in our days. Some people just refuse to use proper punctuation, spelling and capitalization! And *le gasp* some people even use cht spk, or even worse, 1337 speak. But quite honestly, some people take it one whole step further. This is called the "Jejemon" phenomenon that started in the Philippines. It was an innocent thing at first, and we had some laughs about it, but it is spreading, at a horrible rate too. Their "subversion of the English language to the point of incomprehensibility" is called Jejenese. Jeje pertains to the spanish version of "hehe" or the equivalent of LOL. Moving on. Prepare to have your brains bleed dry at what you are about to see. This is a prime example of Jejenese. To follow it will be the translation: EOW P0WH THeRe~ P0wh. NicE MEEtNg u~ JEjEjeje~ p0Wh. WTZ Ur nME, N0H?~ H0W ZarezU 2dAy JeJeje DO U THnk~ thAt~ we~ ShOuld~ Go sOMEwER, n0H?~ ur GoiNg 2 go aLREaDY,~ n0H? nicE~ mEETnG~ u JejejEjEJEJejE Translation (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Translation (open) Translation (close) Hello there. Nice meeting you. What is your name? How are you today? Do you think that we should go somewhere? Your going already? Nice meeting you. How's that for terrible grammar? Post your thoughts and weep for the future of the English language. xD.