The bloody rat carcass on the porch is my sincere gift to you

Thanks to commenter Corien, I learned a new acronym recently: lolstc. I’m possibly the only person on the Internet who had to Google that to find out it means “laughed out loud, scared the cat.” I put it into real-life practice when my brother sent me a link to the Art is Not a Scam blog:

New “realisticats” internet phenomenon takes world by storm – top bloggers claim proper grammar next hot trend.

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4 Responses to The bloody rat carcass on the porch is my sincere gift to you

  1. Corien says:

    And my personal favorite:
    slsiycftou

    *way evil grin*

    (solution tomorrow..and I admit to having to google the cat one when I first came across it.. πŸ˜‰ )

  2. Anonymous says:

    Acronyms in internet language are my pet peeve…make me feel like I am so old !
    I am waiting for tomorrow explanation…
    By the way,I fear my cat costs MORE than a million dollars πŸ™‚
    Lela

  3. Diane Kristine says:

    You made that up, didn’t you Corien?!

  4. Corien says:

    Busted πŸ˜‰
    But I too at times had to google for ages to find one – very annoying – so here goes my payback:

    So Let’s See If You Can Figure This One Out
    slsiycftoo

    (I see I made a typo in the first post..this proves once again this whole l33t speak thing is way out of my league)

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