Jejemon (n): Usually seen around social networking sites such as Friendster and Multiply, jejemons are individuals Hu LyK 2 TyP LyK diZS jejejeje;
Jejemonn (n): Anyone with a low tolerance in correct punctuation, syntax and grammar. Jejemons are usually hated or hunted down by Jejebusters or the grammar nazi to eradicate their grammatical ways.
Jejemon (n): an offshoot of the subculture popularity of Pokemon and while the latter means “pocket monsters”; Jejemons are often seen as “Jejeje monsters” for their ability to turn off and annoy people with their “foreign” style of writing.
So are you a Jejemon or a Jejebuster? Hahaha!
Unfortunately, not everyone finds this issue amusing. Some may find it a bit elitist and rude.
But come on, you HAVE to admit, reading that kind of text on the internet is just really annoying! I can understand losing a few vowels when you’re sending an SMS on your phones since you only have around 140-160 characters per message. But with phones nowadays having QWERTY keypads, and phones being able to automatically separate messages longer than 160 characters in 2-3 messages, people really don’t have any excuse but to use proper English.
And besides, this is the internet for goodness sake, and there is no character limit on the internet!
ThIs StYlE oF WrItiNg WaS cUtE aGeS aGo, like circa 1995. But not anymore! It’s the year 2010, honey, and right now, proper English is geek chic. Now if you need to communicate with a JEJEMON, fortunately for JEJEbusters, there’s a JEJEMON Translator!