Virginia Hefferman struggles with how she should excerpt the strange, abbreviated and incoherent ramblings found in comments posted online:

Nothing works more Frenchly and merrily this way — shape-shifting at a rapid pace — than Internet language, which morphs from standard English (a dialect of which has become the Web’s lingua franca) to other languages and dialects to slang and emoticons and acronyms and phonetic miscellany.

Personally, I just avoid quoting poorly written comments. Not to lambaste meme-speak, but it’s often so hard to decipher, so open to interpretation, that even attempting to quote it will only add confusion to whatever it is I’m writing.

When in doubt: paraphrase.