Frdm of spch?
They told us all the world would soon be tlkng lke ths. Well, they were wrong. SMS language came, ruled for a while and then people discovered the dictionary function on their cell phones.
But why some people still insist on giving readers of their e-mails and messages headaches by inventing vowel-less non-words, I don't understand. Just got a mail from a friend (who I used to consider quite literate) that probably destroyed two thousand cells from my retina. It read something like this: 'u wl b gld to know tht i am mried nw and lvng in th US...' .
It might be a pretentious way of judging people, but it takes me two seconds to completely lose any respect I had for anybody who can't make the basic effort of writing decent English. I mean, nobody's asking you to be Lynne Truss, but what does it take to write simple, basic English without resorting to linguistic short-cuts that don't make sense?
And while you are at it, MS Word has a function called spell-check. Do look into it.