An emerging list of new-age abbreviations have begun to dominate the way social media users connect and communicate – and it is only set to get longer.
Those using the abbreviations do so as a tactic for speed in text communication, while others just choose to do so because they are a code that older people don’t quite understand.
The minefield of new meanings, at least according to social media marketing agency, have grown from the days of the simple yet effective LOL (Laughing Out Loud) abbreviation to a list as long as 60.