June 19th, 2007


articles indicating how writer reads abbreviations

It's always amusing to pay attention to people's articles, to see how they're internally reading abbreviations.

I've got an LJ. ("an el jay")
I've got a LJ. ("a LiveJournal")

But sadder, this article. I believe the only correct pronounciation of LOLcat is "lawlcat", never "el oh el cat". I suspect the original writer of the article had a clue, then an editor came along and "fixed" the article.