How to type using words
I’m getting pretty tired of your “txt” short forms for words. Everyone has a text messaging plan who wants to receive text messages and almost everyone now has a smart phone with a full keyboard. You can also be more creative when tweeting to get full words into your tweets and text messages instead of using short words. So, here’s a helpful chart to help curb you from using those short forms.
|This is not an acceptable replacement for the words too or to. It’s fine for the number two.
|Why not use the word: are? You are annoying.
|You should use the word: you, instead of u. You are still annoying.
|I’m pretty sure the kids mean: your or you’re but they have a hard enough time telling those apart when written correctly, here’s a tip:
✔ You’re a great person. = You are a great person.
✘ Your a moron! ≠ You are a moron.
|Like 2, this is also a number. This is not to replace the word for.
|Before text messaging my brain was happy.
In all seriousness, if you don’t want to look like a 14 year old girl when you’re sending someone a message, use real words instead of goofy short forms.