Text-Tionary: The Ultimate Decoder of Text Abbreviations

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 132 pages
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These days the most efficient way to communicate is through instant communication: Texting! But what the heck do all those abbreviations mean? Do you know what this means: BY&M, I H8- S/T, GTTP! Thr Txt u SIT? If not, you need Text-tionary: The ultimate, informative, TEXT abbreviation de-coder, with helpful tips to become an expert texter! So what's the translation? Between you and me I hate small talk. Get to the point. Through text you stay in touch.
 

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Contents

Text ticnary the Guide
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The Evidence
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The Verdict
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How tofUovtc WhattoDo
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IntrotoTexttuonary webyite
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About the author (2010)

Shirley Slee is an author and mother of four, who after trying to guess what BRB, OMG, and IDK meant decided to do something about it. Thus Text-tionary was created! Learning how to become a master texter has eased the burden of e-mails and voice messages piling up and made life must easier. Shirley Slee has been featured in numerous publications such as the Sun Press, The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Shuttle Spindle & Dyepot, The LA Natural History museum and most recently the Autry National Museum. She is a Native American who takes pride in her heritage, holding demonstrations at various museums on the basketry of her famous Grandmothers from the Yosemite Valley.

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