Can We Guess Your Age Based on Your Texting Habits?
Sometimes you read a text and you think, “Who the heck wrote this?” Having healthy texting habits can be difficult to achieve for some. Some people love to send long conversations with nine new text messages, each of them containing one or two words, so it’s just a cascade of small bubbles. Others like to send a big block of text. Are you the master of a one-word response? Do you send too many messages? Does it take you forever to respond to text messages? We probably all have some annoying texting habits. But there are common texting mistakes that we can avoid if we recognize them.
That being said, some people may have trouble identifying the issues. They’ll send one mass text and think that solved the issue. They want to see their friends’ smartphones ding simultaneously so they can watch their faces as they read the text message they sent. We bet that we can guess your age based on your texting tendencies. Take this quiz and we’ll give it our best shot.
Texting habits are how you handle text message conversations. Having healthy texting habits means you understand who you are texting and respond properly to that conversation. You don't bombard someone with excessive texting when they aren't going to understand why you're doing that. Sending your friend messages that you know they'll find funny shows your texting compatibility with them. For those with good communication skills, you don't have incorrect grammar in your texts.
If you're a good texter, you don't use swear words with people who won't appreciate you doing so. If you're in a gigantic group text and you're sending a million text messages, you probably aren't someone that people enjoy having in a large chain. But the other side of the coin is just as annoying. A person that sends a text response days after the original questions are probably better at talking face-to-face. The kinds of emojis that a person uses speak volumes about who they are. Texting is a unique form of communication, and everyone has their own way of using the medium.