Bravo's 'LOLwork' Star Emily Huh Explains 'LOLspeak' (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

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Bravo continues to delve into the unique world of internet commerce. In addition to Start-Ups: Silicon Valley (which premiered on Monday), viewers are in for a wacky treat with LOLwork.

The new “comedic reality series” follows the daily occurrences at the Seattle office of one of the most successful humor sites on the internet, ICaHas.Cheezburger.com. Yes, the people behind the site are fully aware that their name and much of the language on the site doesn’t adhere to society’s grammar rules.

“People are going to see cats with kind of these incorrectly spelled captions,” the site's editor in chief and one of LOLwork’s stars, Emily Huh, tells Celebuzz.

“It’s this language called ‘LOLSpeak’ where it’s a little bit like texting,” Huh continues. “We use a lot of like ‘is,’ we don’t spell things correctly at all. Actually, people take offense to that, because they think that cats actually spell things correctly and have great grammar.”

Yes, folks. Emily (who also happens to be married to the site’s owner) and her colleagues regularly deal with cat lovers' varied opinions on the object of their affection as felines make up most of the site’s content.

The show promises some very interesting personalities and off the wall situations as the crew tries to get its users to laugh a minimum of five times a day.

Watch Huh explain LOLSpeak and the happenings of the ICaHas.Cheezburger offices above. And below, Huh tries to explain what makes cats funny.

LOLwork premieres Wednesday at 11 PM on Bravo.

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