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Telling someone you have fallen in love with them is one of them.

Look them in the eyes, let them feel you there with them when it is over text sure you may eanna it and get butterflies, but it doesn't compare to looking into another person and being with them there. What are you going to do just settle for I love you too and send a kissy emoji face?

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Bring some heat back in this loveless generation. Stop hiding behind your phone.

If they don't feel the same way regardless if you texted it or said it in person, I'm sure your ego is still going to be slightly bruised. The Break Up Text: "It's over. I mean I doubt it ends well in person, but the breakup text always becomes a heated argument texting paragraphs and one person usually ends up not responding and going ghost.

You will always over reading the messages, making up how the person is sounding. If it is in person, there is no hext in the sound of their voice, how they look, how they feel. You can honestly see how this person actions reflect the words they are saying.

Let's be honest: Regardless of why you are breaking up with the ke or why the romantic endeavor is ending, the breakup text is easier for the individual who is doing the action breaking up. Breaking up via text is cowardly and selfish, get your balls out of your back pocket.

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If you had time to dedicate to go on vacation to Bora Bora together I'm sure you can meet up to call it quits over a cup of coffee. The "I'm hurt" text This is a rough one, because when someone hurts you, it's hard to convey the emotions you honestly feel.

When you read a text saying, "I'm hurt, you hurt me doing that, my heart is broken. When you are hurt, you should stand up and say you are broken. It may be hard to stand your ground, but it's important for the person to see what their actions did to you. The "OK" text The dreaded "K" text is usually a conversation ender, or a way to show you are done AF with their nonsense. It just leaves the person guessing for hours what you are feeling.

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Twxt is a new idea! Let's say it how it is. If you are mad, say "I'm mad," or "I'm sick this. Why do we constantly have to mask what we are feeling?

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You're just going to end up being so frustrated because you are saying "OK" but you mean something else. You're hoping the tect is going to catch on, but guess what?

They can't see what your facial expression is saying they are just reading "K. That person who is getting your text is going to think maybe that you actually mean plain old fashion "OK" when it was used thousands of years ago to express agreement or acceptance. This is the text many girls love to send, by the ne.

Guess what fellas, they aren't "fine. The "I'm fine" text doesn't get translated well because someone who is saying this is trying to be coy with their emotions or not come off as hysterical or annoying. Chaat, Paul.

With friends, too, I wanted to rekindle the energy of live conversation. I wanted to crack a joke and hear someone laugh. I wanted my thumbs to have the occasional night off.

Especially for young people who tend to use their phones constantly, text messaging has become a roiling conversation that never really begins or ends. For other people, a sense of anxiety can come from the on-the-spot nature of phone calls.

Text communication allows anywhere from a moment to several days of self-editing. But that itself can come with some drawbacks, according to Subramanian.

Reasons you might text someone today

Chatting on the phone provides the bliss of unreviewable, unforwardable, unsearchable speech. Snapchat blew up a few years ago because pictures sent between users on the app disappeared 10 seconds after being viewed; talking to someone on the phone has provided the same freedom in verbal form since the days of Alexander Graham Bell.

Smartphones feel terrible to hold to your ear for more than a few minutes, but they make wanma for poor ergonomic de with one key feature: speakerphone. Afterward, I feel the same contented buzz I got from talking on the phone after school when I was 10, shortly before AOL Instant Messenger swept my generation onto the internet. You live in a society.