What are Some Common Abbreviations Used in Text Messaging?
wtf is one of my favorites, there is also lol, ttyl, omg, and lmfao.
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My teen age daughter and her friends use ur, lol, gf, 2morrow as part of the text abbreviations. I don't know if they are legit when it comes to the messaging.
Thank you Mr. Nice for posting this. I feel uneducated when it comes to these and when someone text one that I don't know, it makes understanding the msg very difficult sometimes.
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