Does /lit/ write in a cipher?
I journal and take notes in regular English but will switch it up with Greek when I'm writing something sensitive in public to disguise any choice words that a passerby might latch onto for a chuckle.
Also, what is your favorite writing system?
I want to learn Spanish and then French. I suppose I would write my diary in French. Anyone know any good Audio CD's, the only stump in my plan is finding an affordable yet decent one. There are plenty I have bookmarked, but I want to ask around for at least a week before I lay down the money for them.
Good for you, Spanish is a fairly decent language. Just a tip: Spanish, as spoken in Spain, is fucking retarded. Spaniards are the laughingstock of the rest of us because of their retarded accent, so avoid it like the plague.
When writing in public, I use my own alphabet, a modified version of it (much more compact), or dalrunes. In private, I journal and write in the normal Latin alphabet.
During classes and other scenarios in which note-taking is normal, I like to take notes about the people around me and write things totally unrelated to what's going on, so I find it best to use something others can't read.
To frustrate interpretation, in my alphabet, some letters change form when they are adjacent to certain other letters. I also randomly throw in gibberish, write phonetically, and alternate with Russian. Occasionally, I will draw a square of 12 circles and draw lines from each circle to each other circle, and then fill in the resulting blanks with letters from the compact version of my alphabet in a certain order that only I know.
Three people have keys to my alphabet, but I doubt even they could really interpret it without me watching over their shoulders. They don't have a key to the compact version (written very minutely: vowels sit on top of the consonants following them, unless a consonant does not follow it, in which case the vowel sits over a dot. Additionally, some letters are changed completely for various reasons), let alone the letter-squares. Anyone could recognize the dalrunes and use Google to read them, but I only use it for special names or for emphasis, so a wannabe interpreter really wouldn't get much.
Im probably the worst writier ever. Fyi. My friend did some of the stuff. Just want an overall critique and yea go ahead be rough. I want you to make me cry. Its thd only way i will get better. My stories are the wierd short stories mostly wierd af. Also some poems.