, Call U 2morrow, and TIA all forms of 21st century, communication that aren't appropriate for the workplace!
The seven-SKU line bears such names as LYLAS (love you like a sister), BFF (best friends forever), TTYL
(talk to you later) and LOL (laugh out loud).
Although teenagers may be pounding "OMG" and "TTYL
" to one another on Instant Messenger, it is females aged 25-44 who are most likely to vote via text.
talk to you later u you ur you are w/ with w/e whatever ya yeah yup yes References
When texting friends Morgan does use abbreviations: LOL - lots of love; OMG - oh my gosh; TTYL
- talk to you later; IDK - I don't know; IDC - I don't care; and WDTM - what does that mean?
It is not uncommon for IM traffic to feature cryptic abbreviations such as ROFL (rolling on the floor laughing), TTYL
(talk to you later), or IMHO (in my humble opinion).
POS" means "OK, talk to you later, parent over shoulder," and the ever-popular "LOL" ("laugh out loud") has already invaded everyday speech.
I will talk to you later." The digital native, on the other hand, will use IM or Leave a text message such as, "THT TTYL
Published by Harper Fiction, priced pounds 12.99 in hardback05PATRICIA ATKINSON continues her real life account of the trials and pleasures of uprooting her urban life to pursue the dream of owning a French vineyard in La Belle Saison, the sequel to her first book The Ripening Sun, from Random House, pounds 12.9906 TEENS will love Ttyl
by Lauren Myracle, the story about friendship written entirely in text messages.
Of course, the e-mailese of ttyl
(talk to you later), u r (you are), with the little faces and so forth, can be maddening for some readers.