1. If you've ever seen Cam Newton's Instagram, you know he has a distinctive captioning style in which he converts almost every English letter into some visually similar character such that it becomes a string of spammy-looking "text" that looks halfway between a ransom note and Webdings, yet still readable if you stare hard enough.
2. Ever the businessman, Cam is capitalizing on his idiosyncratic writing style with an app. The app puts a new keyboard on your phone that allows you to systematically transpose any character on a normal keyboard with any other character, or you can just plop in some text and the app will garble it Cam-style for you.
I bought it. It was a dollar. Don't buy it.
3. Here is what the opening line of Charles Dickens' A Tale Of Two Cities looks like, as re-imagined by Cam Newton's app:
I mean, it's a mess, but I probably would have enjoyed ninth grade English more if we read that instead.