Most people say ª this to hide their age, and mask who they truely are. The dumber people give out their town and street adress. Which is usually followed by mail or a doorbell ring.
If you really are going to give out this basic information, make it as general as possible.
asl is sometimes written as: a.s.l, a/s/l, age, sex, location, a;s;l, a:s:l, or a's'l. There are sometimes captial letters and different arrangements, like: a/l, s/l/a, l/s/a, sex, location, and age, or l's'a.
Most of the time people know the person's sex, but people like me make it as fun as possible.
Guy: 16/m/florida, you?
Girl who is actually 10: 17/f/California
Girl: Hey, asl
Guy: Between 13-18/m/North America
Girl: uhmmm, you're a loser, go **** a **** you *****.
Guy: -_- What's your asl?
Girl: 11/f/4 Jemble Lane Los Angeles, California. Why?
Guy: lmao *signs off or blocks*
Hmm, my screen name might be thecoolestguy54,
yet she asks: Hey, asl?
I sometimes say: 93/m and f/Mexico
Which is followed by blocking, flamming, etc.
iamsohot:kool wats ur name
iamsohot:no ur reel name
iamsohot:lol!!!1111 i g2g c u bye
iamsohot:wat is ur adres
bobiscool:464 cinnamon way
The next day Bobby's parents went to his room to see how he was doing,and found his head chopped off.Poor Bobby.
Asking for a chatter's ASL lets you know a little about the person you are talking to. However, it is looked down upon by many, who feel that the term is associated with losers who spend all of their time on the internet.