Make a triconsonantal root-based language, where the roots are taken from Internet slang or other common abbreviations: b-r-b “to return”, w-t-f “to be surprised”, s-f-w “to be appropriate for children”, t-b-h “to speak frankly”, etc.

b-t-w “an ancillary note”
l-o-l “to be sympathetic”
b-b-q “to be cooked on a charcoal grill”

o-m-g “to be amazed”
f-m-l “to bemoan”
g-t-g “to depart”
i-d-k “to be uncertain, uninformed”
i-r-l “to exist concretely”

the ones with vowels don’t really work obvs but I had to

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