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If you’re going to sext with someone at least have some sort of conversation first.Now I know you’re excited and can’t wait to dive into your new world of textual exploration but slow down. The first mistake was hunting down a phone number on Facebook like Joey Greco from Cheaters but that’s a whole other set of issues.Her text was “UGH” and he responded with the word “Pic.” Was she really going to say “Wow, this stalker found my number, revealed who he was to my dismay, and now he wants a provocative picture of me? ” To make matters even worse, he waits ten hours or so and this time puts PIC in all caps like maybe yelling it in her face will change her mind.And my feelings shouldn’t be hurt about what you like and you don’t: if they are, that’s my thing to deal with, not yours.I don't have a disability, but there are plenty of things I can't do or which don't feel comfortable for me, too. Abbreviations are often used in chatrooms because they are easy to type and they save time.They are also used for texting or direct/instant messaging.It's also still not easy for me to voice when my disability keeps me from doing things I wish I could do, but I know just don't work for me.Them: Well, I embarrass myself in front of you almost every day and you still like me.Used by universities, schools and private students worldwide.Get immediate download instructions and start improving your English pronunciation now!WORD UP Quiz Game: An easy-to-play, fun and exciting quiz game for learners of English.Each set contains thousands of questions graded into 5 levels (beginner to advanced) with all the answers included.This PDF ebook includes 1000 phrasal verbs, 2000 example sentences 1000 quiz questions.