Language used by young females while texting or e-mailing. Related to L33T in that it abbreviates and uses symbols in place of words. Only it is done with far less intelligence, an odd use of extra letters despite the other abbreviations, and a savage over-or under-use of punctuation. Often used in elation or retaliation, the written word comes off sounding just as it would spoken by an overexcited, suburban, white high school girl.
"I tried to read her post, but I didn't understand it. Here, see if you can translate Bimbonics"......'seriousllyyy ppl need 2 get livess... like really all u ppl commenting this shittt either don't have lives.. gf's or are complete f&cking losersss to sit on ur computerr all dayyy and critice ppl who prolly look ten million timess better thenn youuu dooo;'