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what is the meanind of DFSD?

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    Does anyone know the meaning of "DFSD" maybe it is "DSFD"?

    I think it is something turkish players use but i would really like to know...

    Thx!

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    not a turkish term, never heard it

    and I think I would have by now h34r:


    no idea

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    its DSFD. it's a book

    "Dick-Sucking-For-Dummies"

    Aba told me on msn h34r:

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    aq magic

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    ASDF

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    "Home row" is a term that refers to certain keys of the center row of alphabetical letters on a typewriter or computer keyboard. On the most common type of English language keyboard, the QWERTY layout, "a s d f j k l ;" represents the contents of the home row.[1]

    The middle row of the keyboard is termed "home row" because typists are trained to keep their fingers on these keys and/or return to them after pressing any other key that is not on the home row.

    For instance, to type the word poll on a QWERTY keyboard, one would place all of his or her fingers on the home row. (The right hand should be covering "j k l ;" with the thumb on the space bar.) The typist will then use his or her pinky finger to reach for the "P" key located just above the semicolon and then return the pinky back to the semicolon key from which it originated. The ring finger, located on the "L" key will be moved directly upwards to press the "O" key and then back. Finally, the same ring finger will remain on the "L" key and press it twice. Experienced typists can do this at speeds of over 100 words per minute, but the method is that they always return their fingers to the home row when they are not in use.[1] This provides for quick, easy access to all of the keys on the keyboard.

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    its DSFD. it's a book

    "Dick-Sucking-For-Dummies"

    Aba told me on msn h34r:[/b]
    lol O.o

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    not a turkish term, never heard it

    and I think I would have by now h34r:
    no idea[/b]


    I looked more on the internet and find that DFSD or some combination of this is connected to hacking...... Anyone know different?

    But....I don't think it is the book lol

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    Edited :P sorry i was talking crap

    :G

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    aint asdf u mean? a turkish friend said thats instead of saying "Haha" they use asdf, since its faster to type XD

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    aint asdf u mean? a turkish friend said thats instead of saying "Haha" they use asdf, since its faster to type XD[/b]
    yea they use "asdfasdfasdfasdfsd" instead of "hahahahahahaha" or "lol"

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    im not sure but maybe u are talking about "fgsfds" wich is a meme on 4chan

    more info here : http://www.encyclopediadramatica.com/Fgsfds

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    why is this in general anyway
    asdfasdfasdf

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