One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
OK, thanks (used to emphasize a request or instruction)‘please stop coming down here during rush hour, kthx’‘sign me up for five, kthx’
- ‘Please stop abusing the term for leet street cred, kthx.’
- ‘Your last response was simply "please do a google search kthx".’
- ‘If I wanted you to wash a shirt I got from the Goodwill, then I would have paid you for the water and the soap, not $28, kthx.’
- ‘Kthx, rant over.’
- ‘Bring your ignorance elsewhere kthx.’
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