Leet has its own colloquialisms, many of which originated as jokes based on common typing errors, habits of new computer users, or knowledge of cyberculture and history.
Leet is not solely based upon one language or character set.
" (shit) are frequently seen to make a word appear censored to the untrained eye but obvious to a person familiar with leet.
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The loose grammar, just like loose spelling, encodes some level of emphasis, ironic or otherwise.
A reader must rely more on intuitive parsing of leet to determine the meaning of a sentence rather than the actual sentence structure.
Text rendered in leet is often characterized by distinctive, recurring forms.
Derivation of a noun from a verb stem is possible by attaching -age to the base form of any verb.
However, this practice is not extensively used in regular leet; more often it is seen in situations where the argot (i.e., secret language) characteristics of the system are required, either to exclude newbies or outsiders in general, i.e., anything that the average reader cannot make sense of is valid; a valid reader should himself try to make sense, if deserving of the underlying message.