Txting lingo is 2 much 2 handle ;)

Stdnts acrss the wrld find their txtng lingo crepping into their pprs @ skewl. It can b annying 4 stdnts, tchers, and peers.

Sum tchers dnt undrstnd wat these words r. It can b soo awk when a tcher has to ask wat sum wrds mean. Hnestly, wat tcher nos wat “btw” means?

How r we gonna fix this prblm that affcts so mny of our teens? Well, 1 thing we cud do wuld be to txt in proper englsh. Instead of tkng the ez way out, say thngs the way they were ment to be writn. 4 exmpl, instd of sying  “waz ^^,” we can say “what’s up?”

When some1 says LOL, gnerlly they r’nt rlly laughing out loud. Stdnts cud say haha or txt a :). It can get the pnt acrss w/out bng annying.

Did we lern our lssn? Txtin da rite way can lead to bettr pprs and fewr mistakes.

Okk tty 2moro! BYEE! 🙂

About Alex Sharkey

Junior Alex Sharkey is a Journalism I student and a staff reporter. She plays volleyball for McNicholas and is involved in Ecology Club and Service Club. Alex also likes to play basketball and softball. In her free time she enjoys swimming and hanging out with her friends.


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