The glossary was recently made public through a Freedom of Information request by the group MuckRock, which posted the PDF, called "Twitter shorthand," online. Despite its name, this isn't just Twitter slang: As the FBI's Intelligence Research Support Unit explains in the introduction, it's a primer on shorthand used across the Internet, including in "instant messages, Facebook and Myspace."
Yes, that does say Myspace.
The gems above definitely needed to be archived. I'm so glad I now know all the leet internet slang the youth of the internet use!
Taking a moment to imagine uproar if man had been walking woman through Farringdon on a dog leash.— Heidi Stephens (@heidistephens) April 11, 2014
You know you've lived in London too long when your only reaction to a man being led along on a leash is to roll your eyes and ignore it.— Ben Meakin (@bnmkn) April 11, 2014
Toughdown Seadawks!! Is sSeattle going toa runaway wit h this???— JCPenney (@jcpenney) February 3, 2014
Not sure if drunk guy or clever marketing ploy to appeal to millennials...
Who kkmew theis was ghiong tob e a baweball ghamle. #lowsscorinh 5_0— JCPenney (@jcpenney) February 2, 2014
Maybe these mittens are the culprit!