An early internet struggle that I think might be unique to Spanish speakers was the somewhat popular trend of older people on, say, Facebook and such using "xD" to mean "por Dios", meaning "by God"
It's not completely unreasonable, the x is also the times symbol so it's already used in other places to mean "by", and the capital D could be taken to mean Dios since it's always capitalized
But you'd get VERY baffling interactions like
"My daughter is very sick"
"xD I hope she gets well soon"
In a world of .opacity-50 .blurry .glass .black .width-50 bullshit
This just generates no-nonsense css.
A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.