Guide to the USU student folklore genre collection of E-lore,
1970-2011

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Overview of the Collection

Creator: Fife Folklore Archives
Title: USU student folklore genre collection of E-lore
Dates: 1970-2011 ( inclusive )
Quantity: ca. 100 items
Collection Number: USU_FOLK COLL 8a_Group 9: E-lore
Summary: Individual items of electronically transmitted folklore collected by undergraduate students in USU folklore classes from 1977 to the present.
Repository: Utah State University. Merrill-Cazier Library. Special Collections and Archives
Fife Folklore Archives

Merrill-Cazier Library
Utah State University
3000 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-3000
Phone: 435 797-2663
Fax: 435 797-2880
Email: scweb@usu.edu

Languages: Collection materials are in English. 
Sponsor: Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant, 2007-2008

Historical Note

The Fife Folklore Archives Student Folklore Genre Collection consists of folklore items collected by undergraduate students in Utah State University folklore classes from the late 1960s to the present and folklore items collected by undergraduate students in Brigham Young University folklore and anthropology classes during 1960-1978. Most items include informant data, context, text (the folklore item), texture (stylistic notation), and collector data. The items of folklore are in text form on 8 ½ x 11 sheets of line-free paper. Since, 1999 genre items also include release forms. The materials do not circulate. The collection is separated into nine groups:

  • Group 1: customs (foodways)
  • Group 2: belief
  • Group 3: speech
  • Group 4: tales and jokes
  • Group 5: songs
  • Group 6: games and pranks
  • Group 7: legends: character, contemporary, etiological, human condition, supernatural non-religious and supernatural religious
  • Group 8: material culture
  • Group 9: e-lore: electronically transmitted folklore (Xerox, facsimile and e-mail)

In the late 1960s, folklore courses were first taught at USU by Professor Austin Fife. At this time, Fife (a French professor) had his students collect items of folklore on pre-printed index cards. The information on the cards has now been transferred to 8 ½ x 11 sheets of paper and the items have been added to the genre collection. At about the same time (1967) at Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, Utah, Professor William A. Wilson began teaching folklore classes. Wilson had his students collect folklore using both genre collections and major project (focused) collections. The genre items were separated and filed by genre. Also included in the BYU genre collection were items from two other BYU professors who had their students collect folklore: John Sorenson and Thomas Cheney. The student collections from Sorenson and Cheney were given to Wilson and he added them to the genre collection along with his students' work. On these items, in the upper right hand corner above all other information, Wilson noted "SC" for Sorenson Collection and "CC" for Cheney Collection.

In 1978, William A. Wilson left Brigham Young University to direct the newly established Folklore Program and Folklore Archives at Utah State University. Wilson brought to USU the student genre collection that he had amassed at BYU, with a copy of the genre collection remaining at the BYU library. At the USU folklore archives (later named the Fife Folklore Archives for Austin and Alta Fife), William A. Wilson and Barbara [Garrett] [Walker] Lloyd used the already sorted BYU materials when creating the collection classification system. This classification system, with its roots in the Finnish archive tradition, is still used at the Fife Folklore Archives.

Wilson was at USU until 1985 when he returned to BYU to head the English Department. However, the BYU administration gave him a year's leave of absence to copy all the student materials in the Fife Folklore Archives at USU and bring them with him to BYU. Wilson notes: "Hannele [wife] and I practically lived in the USU archive. Max [Peterson, Director of the Merrill Library] brought a copy machine into the archive, and we copied day after day. First we copied the entire BYU genre collection. Then we copied all the items in the accumulated genre piles [of USU items]." Thus, in 1985 the BYU and USU folklore genre and focused collections were identical. During the following years, William A. Wilson and later Kristi Bell at BYU's Folklore Archives (now named the William A. Wilson Folklore Archives) and Barbara [Garrett] [Walker] Lloyd and later Randy Williams at the Fife Folklore Archives at USU worked to maintain the same classification system at both universities' folklore archives. However, the materials submitted by students from the two universities began, of course, to differ from each other, as students generally collect the kinds of materials their professors talk about in class.

In 1985 Professor Barre Toelken came to USU (from the University of Oregon) to direct the Folklore Program. He continued the folklore-collecting legacy that Austin Fife and William A. Wilson began. Over the years Professors Steve Siporin, Patricia Gardner, Jan Roush, Jeannie Thomas, Lisa Gabbert and Lynne McNeill and instructors Barbara [Garrett] [Walker] Lloyd, Randy Williams, and Michael Christensen (and others) have all had their students collect and deposit folklore items to the Fife Folklore Archives. And thus, the USU Student Genre Collection continues to grow. The format has changed somewhat over the years to reflect the trends in folkloristics. As stated above, many of the early submissions had little contextual data, and often limited, if any, informant data. William A. Wilson created a collecting format that included: informant data, contextual data, and text (item of folklore). Barre Toelken and Randy Williams added "texture" to the format of genre collections, allowing the collector to give "the feel" of the item to potential researchers. In in 1998, students were asked to include release forms with their genre items, following a trend in the folklore field that addresses not only the item (which in some cases, like a joke, may been seen as part of the public domain materials and therefore not needing a release) but also the performance of the lore (and therefore necessary for a release from the performer informant).In 2002, the collection was moved from hundreds of three-ringed binders to archival folders and boxes, making the collection more physically stable and easier to manage and use. In 2003, the collection finding aids were encoded in HTML as a means of hosting them on-line for greater research accessibility. In 2012, the finding aids were hosted in EAD.

Content Description

The Student Folklore Genre Collection: Group 9: E-lore (Electronically Transmitted Folklore) consists of approximately 200 individual items of e-lore collected by undergraduate students. Most items include informant, context, text (the folklore item), texture (stylistic notation), and collector data. The materials reflect both insider (esoteric) and outsider (exoteric) views of a folk group and may be prejudiced or stereotyped.

  • Xerox
  • Facsimile
  • E-mail
  • E-mail, including instant messaging
  • Text Messaging

Forms one of nine subgroups in the Utah State University student genre collection, housed in the Fife Folklore Archives. Guide to folklore collecting assignments.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  Restrictions

Open to public research. To access the collection a patron must have the following information: collection number, series number, sub-series number, if applicable, box number and folder number (or image number).

Restrictions on Use :  Copyright

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission to publish from the owner of the copyright (the institution, the creator of the record, the author or his/her transferees, heirs, legates, or literary executors). The user agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Utah State University Libraries, its officers, employees, and agents from and against all claims made by any person asserting that he or she is an owner of copyright.

Patrons must sign and comply with the USU Special Collections and Archives Use Agreement and Reproduction Order form as well as any restrictions placed by the collector or informant(s).

Permission to publish material from the USU student folklore genre collection of E-lore must be obtained from the Curator of the Fife Folklore Archives and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Preferred Citation :  

USU Student Folklore Genre collection: E-lore, 1970-2011. (FOLK COLL 8a: Group 9, box, folder). Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives Department.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Arrangement: topical.

Acquisition Information :  

The items in the Student Folklore Genre Collection were collected by USU students in folklore and anthropology classes as part of course requirements and deposited in the Fife Folklore Archives by the instructor. The materials in Group 9: E-lore cover the period from approximately 1970 to the present. The collection was created in 1997 by Rebecca [Rushing] Clark.

Processing Note :  

Originally processed by Rebecca Rushing and updated over the years by Fife Folklore Archives staff. Most recently updated by Nicole Cornwall, 2011. Finding aid created by Randy Williams, 2002; updated by Randy Williams, March 2012.


Detailed Description of the Collection

1. :  Xerox
Container(s)
Description
Box
Folder
1 1 1.1. : Pictorial
Box
Folder
1 1 1.1.1 : Old Timer's Eye Exam
.3 (Item)
1 1 1.1.2 : Somewhere Behind Mt. Rushmore
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.3 : The Polite Cat
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.4 : Next time use all your fingers when you wave!
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.5 : To err is human.
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.6 : The Work Wheel
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.7 : You did it just like I told you!
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.8 : Optical Illusion
.2 (Items)
1 1 1.1.9 : The cow did it!
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.10 : Range cattle destroying spotted owl habitat.
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.11 : Drug-Free America
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.12 : Pressure in the work place.
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.13 : Is it Friday yet?
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.14 : I didn't say it was your fault, I said I'm going to blame you.
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.15 : Angler's Guide to Flaming Gorge - Hole in the Rock Area
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.16 : Persian Gulf Darts
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.17 : I think we made a wrong turn.
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.18 : I think I'm having stress.
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.19 : Before/After Work
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.20 : I can't stand the tension.
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.21 : It takes teamwork.
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.22 : Work diligently ... you'll get your reward.
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.23 : The Evolution of Authority
.2 (Items)
1 1 1.1.24 : Don't ever give up!
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.25 : How did your day go?
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.26 : A Chat with the Boss
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.27 : What the customer wanted.
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.28 : Understanding of Technology
.1 (Item)
1 1 1.1.29 : OSHA Cowboy
.1 (Item)
1 2 1.2. : Exams
Box
Folder
1 2 1.2.1 : L.A. High School Math Proficiency Exam
.1 (Item)
1 2 1.2.2 : Following Directions
.3 (Items)
1 2 1.2.3 : Utah County Residency Eligibility Exam
.1 (Item)
1 2 1.2.4 : University/High School Entrance Exam
.4 (Items)
1 3 1.3. : Chain Letters
Box
Folder
1 3 1.3.1 : Kiss someone you love.
.4 (Items)
1 3 1.3.2 : The Phantom
.5 (Items)
1 3 1.3.3 : Chain letter for women only.
.1 (Item)
1 3 1.3.4 : The alien turned into paper.
.1 (Item)
1 3 1.3.5 : $250 Cookie Reward
.1 (Item)
1 3 1.3.6 : Dish Towel Club
.1 (Item)
1 4 1.4. : Lists
Box
Folder
1 4 1.4.1 : Excuses
.2 (Items)
1 4 1.4.2 : Real programmers don't write specs.
.1 (Item)
1 4 1.4.3 : 25 reasons why beer is better than women.
.1 (Item)
1 4 1.4.4 : How to know if you're working with aliens.
.1 (Item)
1 4 1.4.5 : We are survivors.
.1 (Item)
1 4 1.4.6 : CJHS Ten Commandments
.1 (Item)
1 4 1.4.7 : Announcements taken from church bulletins.
.1 (Item)
1 4 1.4.8 : The Rules
.1 (Item)
1 4 1.4.9 : Guess Who?
.1 (Item)
1 4 1.4.10 : NPC Specialties
.1 (Item)
1 4 1.4.11 : Rules and Regulations
.1 (Item)
1 4 1.4.12 : Bill Clinton's Medical Dictionary
.1 (Item)
1 4 1.4.13 : University's Job Description
.1 (Item)
1 4 1.4.14 : Prison vs. Convergys
.1 (Item)
1 4 1.5. : Parodies
Box
Folder
1 5 1.5.1. : Applications
Box
Folder
1 5 1.5.1.1 : Application to be ill.
.1 (Item)
1 5 1.5.1.2 : Application to date a returned missionary.
.1 (Item)
1 5 1.5.1.3 : Application for Jessie Jackson's staff.
.2 (Items)
1 6 1.5.2. : Advertisements
Box
Folder
1 6 1.5.2.1 : Insurance for Chop and Drop Syndrome
.2 (Items)
1 6 1.5.2.2 : IO: A Moon of a Different Phase
.1 (Item)
1 6 1.5.2.3 : Bob's School of Quantum Mechanics
.1 (Item)
1 6 1.5.2.4 : Mouse Balls
.1 (Item)
1 6 1.5.2.5 : Earl Chicken for Ag. Senator
.1 (Item)
1 6 1.5.2.6 : Swap Meet in Marion, Utah
.1 (Item)
1 6 1.5.2.7 : Thank you for not smoking.
.1 (Item)
1 7 1.5.3. : Letters/Memos
Box
Folder
1 7 1.5.3.1 : The Bangerter Committee
.3 (Items)
1 7 1.5.3.2 : Playgirl Magazine
.2 (Items)
1 7 1.5.3.3 : Lonesome? Like to meet new people?
.1 (Item)
1 7 1.5.3.4 : Move to 24 hour schedule.
.1 (Item)
1 7 1.5.3.5 : Restroom Trip Policy
.1 (Item)
1 7 1.5.3.6 : Christmas Bonus
.1 (Item)
1 7 1.5.3.7 : Automobile Dimmer Switches
.1 (Item)
1 7 1.5.3.8 : Holiday turkeys replaced with catfish.
.1 (Item)
1 7 1.5.3.9 : Cat ranch investment opportunity.
.1 (Item)
1 7 1.5.3.10: Special High Intensity Training Program (S.H.I.T.)
.1 (Item)
1 7 1.5.3.11: Letter: "Yours for more credit."
.1 (Item)
1 7 1.5.3.12: Notice of return to the world.
.1 (Item)
1 7 1.5.3.13: A letter from home.
.3 (items)
1 8 1.5.0. : Miscellaneous
Box
Folder
1 8 1.5.0.1 : New male contraceptive device.
.1 (Item)
1 8 1.5.0.2 : Roadkill Café Menu
.1 (Item)
1 8 1.5.0.3 : Agreement to refrain from sexual harassment.
.1 (Item)
1 8 1.5.0.4 : Wanted - Reward
.1 (Item)
1 8 1.5.0.5 : Guide to teachers performance appraisal.
.1 (Item)
1 8 1.5.0.6 : The First Epistle of the College Student to the Dead Letter Writer
.1 (Item)
1 8 1.5.0.7 : Gift certificate: Good for one free home visit from Jack Kevorkian.
.1 (Item)
1 8 1.5.0.8 : The Stress Diet
.2 (Items)
1 8 1.5.0.9 : The Ten Classic Rules of Basic Algebra
.1 (Item)
1 8 1.5.0.10 : Alum Plug
.1 (Item)
1 8 1.5.0.11 : Jack Schitt Genealogy
.1 (Item)
1 8 1.5.0.12 : Just a drink or two.
.1 (Item)
1 8 1.5.0.13 : Ballad of the Bobbit Hillbillies
.1 (Item)
1 8 1.5.0.14 : "No Barefeet"
.1 (Item)
1 9 1.6. : Legends
Box
Folder
1 9 1.6.1. : Urban/Modern
Box
Folder
1 9 1.6.1.1 : Blue Star Tattoo
.2 (items)
1 9 1.6.1.2 : Don't flash your headlights!
.2 (Items)
1 10 1.7. : Jokes
Box
Folder
1 10 1.7.1 : What not to name your dog.
.1 (Item)
1 10 1.7.2 : Senior citizens beat inflation.
.1 (Item)
1 10 1.7.3 : A Snow Diary
.1 (Item)
1 10 1.7.4 : Why I fired my secretary.
.1 (Item)
1 10 1.7.5 : Farmer's Divorce
.1 (Item)
1 10 1.7.6 : If you're unhappy.
.1 (Item)
1 10 1.7.7 : The Bumper Sticker
.1 (Item)
1 10 1.7.8 : Blonde Jokes
.3 (Items)
1 11 1.8. : Occupational
Box
Folder
1 11 1.8.1 : Take a number ... 3 people limit unless I install handrails.
.2 (Items)
1 11 1.8.2 : Notice - floggings will continue until morale improves.
.1 (Item)
1 11 1.8.3 : The Perfect Woman
.1 (Item)
1 11 1.8.4 : Stress: confusion created when one's mind overrides the body's basic...
.1 (Item)
1 11 1.8.5 : Tantrum Mat
.1 (Item)
1 11 1.8.6 : Spellbound: I have a spelling checker, it came with my PC.
.1 (Item)
1 11 1.8.7 : A Day Off
.1 (Item)
1 11 1.8.8 : Helen Waite
.1 (Item)
1 11 1.8.9 : Due to recent AIDS epidemic, [butt] kissing will be discontinued.
.2 (Items)
1 11 1.8.10 : "Shit Happens" - various world religions.
.2 (Items)
1 11 1.8.11 : High Performance Woman
.1 (Item)
1 11 1.8.12 : People who think they know it all are especially annoying to those of us who do.
.1 (Item)
1 12 1.0. : Miscellaneous
1.0.1 : If you are tired of being hassled by unreasonable parents, now is the time for action. Leave home while you still know everything.
.1
Box
Folder
1 12 1.0.2 : Collections of various types.
.2 (Items)
1 12 1.0.3 : Boy rang buzzer for the nurse, nurse answered over the intercom, boy replied: "What do you want wall?".
.1 (Item)

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2. :  Facsimile
Container(s)
Description
Box
Folder
2 1 2.1. : Pictorial
Box
Folder
2 1 2.1.1 : The Polite Cat
.1 (Item)
2 1 2.1.2 : Crack Kills
.1 (Item)
2 1 2.1.3 : Wanted - Good woman with boat and motor.
.1 (Item)
2 1 2.1.4.: Lucy the Bitch
.1 (Item)
2 1 2.1.5 : 51% Sweetheart, 49% Bitch
.1 (Item)
2 2 2.0.1 : Stress Diet
.1 (Item)
2 2 2.0.2 : California, the Welfare State
.1 (Item)
2 2 2.0.3 : Tonya Harding Center of Opponent Neutralization
.1 (Item)
2 2 2.0.4 : Wyoming Residency Eligibility Test
.1 (Item)
2 2 2.0.5 : "Shit Happens" in different religions.
.1 (Item)

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3. :  E-mail (including instant messaging)
Container(s)
Description
Box
Folder
2 3 3.1. : Pictorial
Box
Folder
2 3 3.1.1 : Halloween
.1 (Item)
2 3 3.1.2 : Scenery
.1 (Item)
2 4 3.2. : Chain Letters
Box
Folder
2 4 3.2.1 : Dogs
.1 (Item)
2 4 3.2.2 : Money Making
.1 (Item)
2 4 3.2.3 : Good Luck
.1 (Item)
2 5 3.3. : Lists
Box
Folder
2 5 3.3.1 : Answers to "Why did the chicken cross the road?"
.1 (Item)
2 5 3.3.2 : "Actual" answers on student exams.
.2 (Item)
2 5 3.3.3 : Collected signs.
.1 (Item)
2 5 3.3.4 : What if's?
.2 (Items)
2 5 3.3.5 : Viruses
.1 (Item)
2 5 3.3.6 : Views on Life
.2 (Items)
2 5 3.3.7. : Jokes
Box
Folder
2 5 3.3.7.1 : Top ten reasons why chocolate is better than sex.
.1 (Item)
2 5 3.3.7.2 : The Poopie List
.1 (Item)
2 5 3.3.7.3 : Top ten things that sound dirty on Christmas but aren't.
.1 (Item)
2 5 3.3.7.4 : 47 fun things to do in an elevator.
.1 (Item)
2 5 3.3.7.5 : The New Barbie
.1 (Item)
2 5 3.3.7.6 : Testing New Drugs: Viagra
.1 (Item)
2 5 3.3.7.7 : How to keep a healthy level of sanity and drive others insane.
.1 (Item)
2 5 3.3.7.8 : Top ten reasons college is like preschool.
.1 (Item)
2 5 3.3.8 : 20 saying we'd like to see on those office inspirational posters.
.1 (Item)
2 6 3.4. : Riddles/Games
Box
Folder
2 6 3.4.1 : Orange kangaroo living in Denmark.
.1 (Item)
2 6 3.4.2 : What common affliction was the word "abracadabra" believed to cure?
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5. : Legends
Box
Folder
2 7 3.5.1 : "Pluck yew" and "giving the bird."
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.2 : The Gift: Glove and Panty Pick Up
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.3. : Virus Alerts
Box
Folder
2 7 3.5.3.1 : Pen Pal Greeting
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.3.2 : Win a Holiday
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.3.3 : Join the Crew
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.4. : Good Deeds
Box
Folder
2 7 3.5.4.1 : "Let your light shine."
.1(Item)
2 7 3.5.4.2 : Christmas Shoes
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.5. : Urban Legends
Box
Folder
2 7 3.5.5.1 : Spunkball
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.5.2 : Sweet Revenge: Neiman-Marcus Cookie Recipe
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.5.3 : Exploding Whale
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.5.4 : Casino Elevator
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.5.5 : Men in Black
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.6. : Religious Legends
Box
Folder
2 7 3.5.6.1 : Packages
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.6.2 : The Ultimate Mormon Urban Legend
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.7. : Character Legends
Box
Folder
2 7 3.5.7.1 : Dalton Gang Legend
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.8 : Selkie Stories (about rape)
Box
Folder
2 7 3.5.8.1 : Various Versions
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.9 : Cell Phone Myths
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.10 : Crying Baby
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.11 : Illegal File Sharing
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.12 : Bird Brain
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.13 : Blind Girl
.1 (Item)
2 7 3.5.14 : Cell Phone Guns
.1 (Item)
2 8 3.6. : Jokes
Box
Folder
2 8 3.6.1 : No Huns, No Writs, No Eros, and Nun Left on Base
.1 (Item)
2 8 3.6.2 : Oakland Raiders and the Bosnian Quarterback
.1 (Item)
2 8 3.6.3 : Microsoft Dinner
.1 (Item)
2 8 3.6.4 : Mormon Barbie
.1 (Item)
2 8 3.6.5 : Ski Jokes - (Sonny Bono)
.1 (Item)
2 8 3.6.6 : Memo from Santa
.1 (Item)
2 8 3.6.7 : Hot for You
.1 (Item)
2 8 3.6.8 : Swedes in Chinese
.1 (Item)
2 8 3.6.9 : A Real Woman
.1 (Item)
2 8 3.6.10 : Office Jokes - New Policies
.1 (Item)
2 8 3.6.11 : Bar Jokes - Guessing Occupations
.1 (Item)
2 8 3.6.12 : Stumpy and Martha
.1 (Item)
2 8 3.6.13 : Convertible Joke
.1 (Item)
2 8 3.6.14 : Northern Girl to Southern Girl
.1 (Item)
2 8 3.6.15 : The difference between men and women.
.1 (Item)
2 8 3.6.16 : Science
.1 (Item)
2 8 3.6.17 : Maybe, Maybe Not
.1 (Item)
2 8 3.6.18 : How do you get down there? You put one foot on one step and the other foot on the next step.
.1 (Item)
2 8 3.6.19 : Garden Grass Snake Warning
.1 (Item)
2 9 3.7. : Proverbs
Box
Folder
2 9 3.7.1 : Fooling the Devil
.1 (Item)
2 10 3.0. : Miscellaneous
Box
Folder
2 10 3.0.1 : Linguistics Breakthrough - Hebonics
.1 (Item)
2 10 3.0.2 : Living in the 80's
.2 (Items)

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4. :  Texting
Container(s)
Description
Box
Folder
2 11 4.1. : Acronyms
Box
Folder
2 11 4.1.1 : LOL- Laugh Out Loud.
.1 (Item)
2 11 4.1.2 : LMAO- Laughing My Ass Off.
.1 (Item)
2 11 4.1.3 : BRB- Be Right Back.
.1 (Item)
2 11 4.1.4 : TTFN- Ta Ta For Now.
.1 (Item)
2 11 4.1.5 : TMI- Too Much Information.
.1 (Item)
2 11 4.1.6 : TVB- Ti voglio bene, I care for you (in Italian).
.1(Item)

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Subjects

    • Corporate Names :
    • Utah State University. Folklore Program.  ( contributor)
    • Subject Terms :
    • Electronic mail messages--Folklore.
    • Facsimile transmission--Folklore.
    • Folklore archives--Utah.
    • Folklore--West (U.S.)
    • Photocopying--Folklore.

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