I'm only gonna say this once: If you can't manage to say things that people will understand, you're wasting everyone's time... including your own.
For example, if you're telling us "i 1 2 gt a longsut", you've made your readers A: attempt to decode what words they can assume from this sentence, and B: realize that they don't know what a "longsut" is. It could be a Longshot. It could be a Longstrike. You could even be saying you'd like a Long Suit for the next formal event you'll be attending at the Governors Home. Either way, you've effectively failed to utilize language for it's basic purpose: to communicate with others.
On the one hand, younger generations seem to think that using slang and abbreviations for things is "cool"... which I understand in this age of texting and other English-destroying forms of social media. However, I have yet to see someone who uses abbreviated text or internet slang also show proficiency in basic spelling of words, rendering their message a garbled mess of numbers and letters that would make an English Teacher jump off a bridge. A bridge that crosses over a molten pit of lava with stainless steel spikes rising up from above it with a boombox playing the latest Disney Star's 1# hit.