Dipshits, Here's the story of leet. Two hackers meet, Hacker 1 says "Well, we can hack something but if someone searches through keywords like 'I'll hack you!!!!' they'll find us... What do you think?", Hacker 2 says "Well, I've had an idea... We type using letters and numerical codes so incoherent and unreadable, nobody can read them." Hacker 1 developed the language and quickly started with a softcore leet, then developed hardcore leet. Softcore leet is much easier to read, using words like 'haxorz' which the common monkey could understand is meant to be 'hacker'. They named the language 'leet' because they were 'elite' hackers. The more this numerical language spread the more it became widely used by wannabe hackers, which is why we hear so many pissed off at leet-users. You'll get props if you use words only a elite-leet-user can read. Which is what leet was derived from: elite=leet. Leet spelled in leet is 1337 and most people just take it for the common misunderstanding that (1) A n00b's trying to be cool acting like he knows leet (2) a hacker is here (3) where's my anti-virus disk?!?!?!?! (4) an elite hacker or a wannabe hacker.
To make a very feeble attempt to stomp all the noobs out of the world...
If you can't understand hardcore leet, if you can't hack a hotmail, if you can't hack a forum, and if you can't hack a harder place like google once in a while, then you're a sad sad little n00b who thinks he's cool and can hack. Leet is not to be used every other word because it's now considered an abbreiation for: ban or kick me out of this place... Llama's are the only people who can use leet because half of them fulfill the above tasks. Most people consider llama's to be n00bs or wannabe hackers while to be considered a llama at all you have to hack SOMETHING, but some people will always try and act like a hacker saying they are a llama and sometimes making the big mistake to call themselves elite, and then getting their ass e-kicked.
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