People sometimes write something wrong or misspell stuff. This is allright and in my eyes it doesn't affect how I view you. That was indeed a disclaimer to the rant that will come below.
People also have this need to shorten things down. No, I don't mean shortening several words into their initials, but shortening simple words.
For example, You becomes U. Before becomes b4, so on and so fourth. Who was the person who invented this kind of "language" I do not know the word "u" or "b4". Why are they using this and then calling it English? Fuckers.
Seriosuly, how fucking hard is it to write fuking "you" in a sentence? Fuck! Things like laugh out loud or, laughing my fucking ass off(not assosiated with the shitty band) are shortened down due to the fact that they are used a lot and they are set by several different words. You is ONE FUCKING WORD, set up by THREE FUCKING LETTERS! Y-O-U, 1-2-3. One, two, three, motherfucker. One, two, three!
Why are this used so much on the internet? Why do people feel the need to write like mindless cunts all day long? Fucking Einstein would seem like an idiot with no brain if he wrote like that. If you try to write with at least some sort of good grammar, people usually take you more seriously, and with it, read what you wrote. When you use that "u" and "b4" shit you can write the recepie to get pussy, but no smart man would read it. No matter how good, deep or smart it is, people won't take you seriously.
You got to present your shit good, or else people won't bother to, well, bother.
All this brings me to something else. What is up with writing a heart after EVERYTHING you write on Facebook? Holy shit it's annoying. "Hello, r u goin out b4 lunch?<3333" Everytime I use a heart for anything in writing I feel like an idiot. Even when it's used correctly.
There you have it, a unneccesary rant that will do no good to the world.
you have poor grammar in some spots in this text but yeah people are too lazy. i really hate when people say things like " yh il be thre in lik 5mn"
You could say you would have to get used to it, but it's not really something major. You have to look down the side of all center-feed markers to "aim down the barrel" so it is no biggie. In experience, aiming down the side is actually quicker and more accurate for my self than lining up a marker with a sight. You will be way more agile too so it is a no brainer.