This article is not something like those of Jejemons that are quite hard to understand because of incorrect spellings, punctuations, syntaxes, or even grammars.
The contents of this blog were not written with a perfect spelling and grammar, but at least the readers can understand what I’m trying to express; not like those written by Jejemons which can be seen in popular social networking websites like Facebook and Twitter.
Are you still with me? If not, maybe you are a Jejemon! No, I’m just kidding… Anyway, what the heck is Jejemon? Have you ever heard about it?
According to the Urbandictionary, a Jejemon is a person who is usually seen around social networking sites such as Friendster, Facebook, Twitter, Plurk, and Multiply; or individuals that are said to have low IQs who spread around their idiocy on the web by tYpFing LyK diZS (typing like this) jejejeje, making all people viewing their profile raise their eyebrows out of annoyance. They are also at the online games typing weird words like “jejejejeje” to extremely contempt or disgust the opponents.
Some examples of text messages from Jejemons are: pFroUwd 2 b @ jEJ3mOn! (Proud to be a Jejemon!), He tyPeZ lYKeS tH1s (He types like this), and crE 2 t3ll mE yur [email protected]? (care to tell me your name?).
Now, you might already have idea about this people. The question is, are you one of them? If not, then you might be a Jejebuster.
Jejebusters is a group of internet grammar vigilantes, typically Filipinos, dedicating their internet lives towards the eradication of jejetyping and jejemonexistence. Having dangerous links to the grammar nazi, jejebusters enjoy humiliating a jejemon by posting his/her profile on a social networking site, while everyone on the internet laughs, causing unwarranted embarrassment towards the individual caught jejetyping.
Now at least you already have the idea of what Jejemon is… Let’s talk about it in the comment section… This would be an interesting discussion!