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In English:
10 Rules to respect when sending a text message:

Rule # 1
Your message must have meaning. It may seem obvious a priori , but the evidence is like elegance : it dissolves in alcohol. You reread . Even stuffed, we can realize that writing "How are things" is lacking something- The end of the sentence.

Rule # 2
Beware the spellchecker . It is not bilingual . For example, if you work in the pub and you have an iPhone, it may be useful to know that in the sentence " That's it, we found the baseline , you'll love it " Autocorrector turns  "baseline" into "Vaseline" .

Rule # 3
Punctuate . It shows the recipient that this message is important to you. You spent time to turn your thought into a complete sentence.

Example: "Of course I can help you - Exclamation Point - The ex is made ​​for it - Ellipsis - I have thought about your problem - Semicolon - this is actually quite complex - period - But if I had any advice to give you - Comma - it would - colon open quotes - Go die in your vomit - period, unquote "

Rule # 4
Do punctuate not too much . Punctuation can scare people, because  punctuation reflects  mood. For example , if you write "Yes ! " You express greater satisfaction by writing "yes." More there punctuation , your mood seems more intense. For example , if you write "Hey ! Hi ! Okay ? ! It's been a while!! " the caller will probably read something like: " I love texting so I 'm going to pee myself. "

Rule # 5
Oh and for that matter , there is something important to know about punctuation: ellipsis always have a sexual value . Always . No, seriously, always . If you write to your friend " Look at your mail , I just send you the file ... ", it means "I just send you the file and I would also like to inform you that I do not wear panties " .

Rule # 6
There was a time when the smileys were used to express an emotional reaction : joy, sadness, surprise , anger, etc. . Today , they serve to mark the end point of a discussion.

example:
- see you tomorrow ?
- Yes
- Ok , see you tomorrow then
- :)

:) It does not mean that your partner is happy to see you. That means there is no need to mention anything after that , he is no longer listening. The smiley is a bit like hanging up the phone. Especially in the exchanges between friends :

- see you tomorrow ?
- Yes
- Ok , see you tomorrow then
- Kisses
- Kisses to you
- I'm glad to see you
- Me too
- It is super long we have not seen ...
- IKR?!
- Haha
- Hihi
- See ya' Tomorrow
- Yeah , see you tomorrow
- Kisses
- Kisses
- O MY GOD WILL YOU LEAVE ME ALONE ? I NEED MY FINGERS TO DO MORE IMPORTANT THINGS!

Rule # 7
If Alex , a man with long stringy hair, shows up with a bottle of rosé in one hand and his penis in the other , of course, you will close the door in his face. But you longingly wait for Axel , your lover ... He probably never got your text message. Rule # 7 is a classic : check the recipient before sending a message.

Rule # 8
Hey , girls , sending a text, it is not like sending a registered letter with return receipt. People have the right not to answer you. Consequently, it is useless to insist. The only thing that you will succeed in doing is getting agitated and enter into the vicious circle of endless stimulus :
Text 1: Are you screening my texts or what?
Text 2: Answer me !
Text 3: What is it? Why aren't you answering?
Text 4 : Answer answer answer answer answer
Text 5: Yoo Hoo ! Woah ... I really need to talk to you ...
Text 6: You only think about yourself , huh. you don't care !
Text 7 : So now that you have cancer , I do not know , but I find you more self-centered than before
Text 8: There are more fish in the sea, you know!
Text 9: Ah , wait, I think I know why you didn't answer ; it's because you're dead.  Sorry

Rule # 9
There are those who were born in the era of mobile . There are those who remember the phones from their childhood or adolescence . And there are those who , in proportion to the duration of their life, the notebook is an extremely recent invention. For the latter, I suggest avoiding epistolary formulas. Do not not end a text with " tenderness ", "good kisses " or "good for you "

Rule # 10
Oh and last rule to the attention of male readers ... You are unique. No other human being in the world has the same genetic code as you. Unfortunately, there are few who have the same name. So if you send a text to an old acquaintance and she asks you, " Who is this? , Please , do not answer " Marc ". You know how many Marc's there are, on average, in the environment of an average French person ? Well, I don't have the exact figures but personally , I know of at least 6 
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One of the crazy things that I found that few would find interesting, but I absolutely love:
http://www.google.com/supported_domains

It is a list of all the supported Google domains (locations/languages for Google.)
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Great pictures, so far.  The food looks fantastic!
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The single space came about because of computer word processing vs. typewriters. But I completely agree with using the "extra" comma. 
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Looking to ditch the laptop and work from your iPad? Paul Weston, Onix Project Management Consultant and Trainer, discusses 10 Google Apps to make your productivity soar.
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It took me a moment, then this reduced me to helpless laughter.

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Here's some pictures of Europe for you all.
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I'm traveling for Revevol this whole week. Just landed in Atlanta and then to Dallas
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أنا تخرجت من جامعة أكرون في عام 2011 على شهادة البكالوريوس في علم الاجتماع. وأنا أتكلم أربع لغات، ودرسوا رسميا 11

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    Sociology, 2011
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