Try to read this:
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I woke up and find out that I have a new trophy in WordPress. This time it is 1337 likes. What is so special about 1337 you might ask? But I knew it right away. It’s a so-called Leet language!
Wiki: Leet (or “1337”), also known as eleet or leetspeak, is an alternative alphabet for many languages that is used primarily on the Internet. It uses some characters to replace others in ways that play on the similarity of their glyphs via reflection or other resemblance.
So thank you all for likes, comments and follows. Much appreciated.