I agree with Jakke. Usually something like this would be written in that language that apparently pre-teens and people with IQs of less that 70 know.
For example, and exerpt from above:
Yet, everytime I told you that I had them, you said “I will stop by your room and get them later, I am busy now.” So I waited, and you never got them. And I never wanted to borrow those movies, I don’t even like Mulan Rouge, you left them at my house.
Would “normally” read:
Fuk u bitch evrytime I told u I had them, u said I will stop by ur room and get themm later I am fukin busy. So i waited and u never showd up. ***BITCH*** and I never wanted to borrow that shit newayz, fucking chik fliks, u left it at me hoose.
I think harping on the spelling and grammar of people on the internet is a boorish pastime. As these are not published articles or even specialized blog posts, there really is no need to conduct a Grammar Inquisition unless you truly do not have any more insight into the matter aside from pointing out mundane typographical errors. You could just as easily analyze the allegory of this thread to Euripides’s Bacchae.
Failing to utilize your (presumably) native language in the correct manner just makes you look like a lazy dumbass. It’s like combing your hair and putting on deodorant before you go out in the morning. It’s just basic shit that people are expected to do if you don’t want to look like a brain damaged slob.
And are you truly suggesting that this pastime is “uncouth in manners or appearance” or that engaging in it “implies rudeness of manner due to insensitiveness to others’ feelings and unwillingness to be agreeable”? Boorish really isn’t the most appropriate word for this context. ;D