Translate That Text! 25 Texts Girls Send and What They Really Mean
By: Jessica Roberts
Have you ever been texting a girl and she replies with some cryptic message? You have no clue what she means, and you have no clue what to say back? Are you desperate for a way to decode these messages? Below are 25 text messages that girls send and what they really mean.
- If it is after bad news or a somewhat rude sentence, it is her way of trying to make it sound nicer. If it is after a regular sentence, she just added it so the sentence would seem happier.
- She is mad; very mad. Try to fix it.
- It is her way of saying, “This conversation is ending, so come up with a new one or end it.”
“… so what are you up to?”
- This means the previous conversation got boring, and she would much rather talk about something else. Ask what she is doing after you answer or the conversation will end.
- She just wanted to say ok, but did not want it to sound mean, so she added lol.
- Whatever you’re talking about probably only concerns you, and it is getting boring.
- Either she is excited for what was asked, or she just could not think of anything else to say, but did not want to end the conversation.
- She is ending the conversation. It is up to you to start a new one.
“:)” or “!”
- She likes texting you.
- She is probably getting annoyed and wants to stop talking.
- She is mad and just agreeing to end the conversation.
- Something exciting, unexpected, unfortunate, or unbelievable just happened.
- She is thinking, “Why would you even ask that?”
- She is tentatively agreeing because she is not thrilled about whatever you are talking about.
- She is thinking, “Fine. I’m done. Stop talking to me.”
- Simply means okay.
- Sarcastic thank you.
- She is wondering what you mean and what you are talking about. It is almost like asking a question; she wants further explanation.
- Almost the same thing as “that’s good,” except she is most likely reacting to a boring story.
- She is not very happy and just wants to drop the subject.
“such a good friend”
- She literally means just friends, in the friend-zone.
“I’ll let you know”
- Half the time, she means she needs to check her plans and will let you know. The other half of the time, she is just saying “no” in a nice way, and she will not get back to you.
- This means she is excited and very interested in what you said.
- This is a sarcastic way of saying “I believe you.” She really does not believe you, so you better explain.
- Almost the same meaning as “I’ll let you know,” except it is more likely to mean no, and she will not get back with you.
- Usually means she really does not know, but is sometimes used to avoid answering an unwanted question.