Of these six, verb doubling, overgeneralization, anthropomorphization, and (especially) spoken inarticulations have become quite general; but soundalike slang is still largely confined to MIT and other large universities, and the `-P' convention is found only where LISPers flourish.
Verb Doubling Doubling a verb may change its semantics
Soundalike Slang Punning jargon
The -P convention A LISPy way to form questions
Overgeneralization Standard abuses of grammar
Spoken Inarticulations Sighing and <*sigh*>ing
Anthropomorphization Homunculi, daemons, and confused programs
Comparatives Standard comparatives for design quality