A short way of typing "love". Some people type it as "luv" Some others as "lov'". People who don't know how to read phonetically use the 'u' for 'love'. When you follow 'u' patterns then u notice the difference between o and u.
Follow: blue, full, glue, true, thru, student, stupid, shud (should), tun (tune), tuna, put, cud (could), wud (would), dud (dude), clue, fruit, fluid, fluent, pull, bull, due, sue, du (do), tu (to), tuu (too), twu (two), yu (you), etc.
All we need is lov'. There is a song about lov which reminds me of u!! Du u lov me? Lubricating luv? What the hell is luuv, loov, luv? It's lov or love. That's it.
Short for Where. Many Spelling Reformers opt for omitting silent letters or ending vowels that aren't pronounced.
Wher hav u been? Wel, I'v been in a hurry & very bizzy (busy), working, washing clothes, duing homwork, calling my frends, text-messeging others & chatting onlyn'. Lyk I don't hav that much tym so I typ' lyk that & fast.
It's a 'w' question derivativ of 'why'.
The new speling-cut 'w' questions ar, 'wen, wy, wher, wat'
Wy is it dat pipple don't du wat they ar supposed tu?
Oldension: Old English Version wud be...
Why is it that people don't do what they are supposed to?