2. Deliberate exclusion of vowels in a word with the intention of saving time in certain forms of shorthand or as in the case of semetic languages.
Jeff: "Gr8, G2G... l8tr?"
Camille: "SH!T, kk."
Teacher 1: "I don't get kids these days, always on their electronic gadgets, sexting and *GR8-ing* on my nerves..."
Teacher 2:" They've completely disemvoweled the English language, it's atrocious..."
Claims will be made that messages that are disemvoweled were troll-bait, but invariably the messages contain views contrary to those of the moderator.
This method of censorship was created and first used by Teresa Nielsen Hayden.
Blog Moderator: "I don't agree with this and I HATE Ronald Reagan, so lets disemvowel this post.
Cttng txs wld mprv th cnm nd bst gvrnmnt rvn. t wrkd fr JFK nd t wrkd fr Rnld Rgn.
Blog Moderator: "Much better! Now this message that I disagree with is virtually impossible to read and I can argue that I didn't censor this post!"