For the vast majority of people, typing is not a big deal. You might forget how to type, but you can usually do it pretty well.
It might not be a big deal for you, but your friends and family might not feel the same way. For the most part, texting has become a big deal for texting. When you text, you type. It’s fast, it’s precise, and it’s extremely popular. The problem is that it’s become a very good form of communication as a whole, and a bit of typing (not too much) can be enough to convey the important message to your recipients.
That is a good point. The problem is that it takes way too long to say good-bye to friends and family, but it can only take so long to say good-bye to your phone. A few seconds of typing can mean years of texting. It might be a way to say your good-byes that you never could have said in person, but it takes so much more time.
You can never have too much text. If you really want to say good-bye, you can always text your loved ones, but it sounds like you might want to get in touch with the people you care about more often. Maybe not the people you are texting, but the ones you want to be texting.
I don’t know how to explain but my brother and sister-in-law are texting me all the time. They both have iPhones and we text each other all the time. Every day. I’m not sure why it’s so hard to break up with this.
For some people text is easier than it was years ago, but if you are a single adult, it is still a challenge. People love to be able to send messages that are important or funny, even if it’s just a brief text. I say that because I used to text a lot, but only because I was so busy I was distracted.
I know this is probably a bit OT, but I’ve had a friend ask me to explain what hun meaning in texting is. I use to be the same way. I used to text a lot. I used to text a lot. I used to text a lot. I used to text a lot. I used to text a lot. I used to text a lot. I used to text a lot. I used to text a lot. I used to text a lot.
Hun meaning in texting is an abbreviation for “help me; please.” It works like this: You send a text that you think is important, but you don’t really mean it. It’s kind of like a plea for help. This can be used in a kind of semi-sentimental way. “Hey.
I’m an atheist, but I think our culture has come around to a pretty strong understanding that we shouldnt use “please” with God. It’s a really lame thing to say, but it’s a fact.
So it is. Just because you don’t mean it, doesn’t mean it’s not true. We’re actually getting there.