L8R - Later LDR - Long Distance Relationship LOL - Laughing Out Loud LSKOL - Long, Slow Kiss on the Lips LTNS - Long Time, No See MHO - My Humble Opinion MIL - Mother In-Law MTE - My Thoughts Exactly MU - Miss You MUSM - Miss You So Much NE1 - Anyone NP - No Problem OIC - Oh, I See!OTOH - On The Other Hand PCM - Please Call Me PLS - Please QT - Cutie ROFL - Rolling on Floor, Laughing ROFLOL - Rolling on Floor, Laughing Out Loud RTFM - Read the "Bleeping" Manual RUOK - Are You OK?These words are marked with * around the word which has been switched (e.g. To navigate this lengthy guide, you can scroll through our chat abbreviations list or go directly to a specific number or letter using the following links: The world's first text message was sent from a computer to a cellphone by British engineer, Neil Papworth on December 03, 1992.It read: "Merry Christmas" and this single text message revolutionized the way we communicate.Today, text and chat abbreviations are used in Facebook, Twitter, instant messaging, email, Internet and online gaming services, chat rooms, discussion boards and mobile phone text messaging (SMS).
The icon is disguised as “My Utilities,” so no one will ever guess there are private photos tucked away in your phone.
The then-21-year-old senior at Brock University, in Ontario, Can., had just launched a Facebook group devoted to teaching the fine art of netiquette to users of instant messaging clients.
The group, called ‘The Unwritten, But Now Written Rules of Windows MSN Messaging,” was forum for Beelby to share the rules about messaging that she had gleaned since first joining MSN Messenger as a seventh grader in 1999.
Since nearly everyone seems to always be at their computers, it’s a convenient way to quickly get in touch with them.
Now that IM is included with things like Facebook and Gmail, I’m online even more often.