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(Phone is too invasive, e-mail is too taxing, IM is too 2003.) Part of the problem is structural.
Even though we’re a full decade into the Texting Revolution, our tiny missives are sometimes rude, sometimes girly, and always confusing. This is all the more embarrassing when you consider that, with some exceptions, men prefer to text.
To keep our chat guide user-friendly for all ages, some inappropriate words have been edited to include an alternate meaning.
These words are marked with * around the word which has been switched (e.g. To navigate this lengthy guide, you can scroll through our list of 1,500 chat abbreviations or go directly to a specific letter using the following links: Text Messaging & Chat Abbreviations From A3 to LOL and ZZZ this guide lists 1,500 text message and online chat abbreviations to help you translate and understand today's texting...
Text abbreviations and emoticons are also popular when people send messages on mobile phones.
The world's first text message was sent from a computer to a cellphone by British engineer, Neil Papworth on December 03, 1992.
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And we’re behind the curve when it comes to texting like thissss. :)” He’s so afraid of sounding passive-aggressive that he overcompensates. A 36-year-old lawyer, who usually dates much younger women, told me with a straight face, “Yeah, when you’re texting girls in their early twenties, you need to throw in lots of smileys and shit.” Recipient: Often younger than the guy. The Passive-Aggressive Texter Sample texts: “okay.”; “that’s fine.”; “if you want.” The default. The confusion (usually) stems from an asymmetry of information, not malicious intent. When we text, “Okay,” we mean, “Okay,” not, necessarily, “Okay, but I’m going to sulk in my corner and daydream about how good it’d feel to be single.” Recipient: All recipients — even fellow Passive-Aggressive Texters — can be thrown by these. Recipient: Often left bewildered, as the texts are loaded with different shades of subtext.