June 14, 2020 Only Cool Gen Z’ers Can Get 9/10 On This Texting Etiquette Test Celebritites, No Comments Published by Yeroc13 View all posts by Yeroc13 Share this:TwitterFacebook Shoutout to our older relatives for casually texting “k.” like that’s fine. “LOL” kind of transcends its initials at this point, but if you don’t know what it originally stood for, this quiz is going to be very hard for you. Answer Image Eggplant Answer Image Peach Answer Image Cloud With Lightning and Rain Cloud With Lightning and Rain Image: Via BuzzFeed Droplets Via BuzzFeed Via BuzzFeed I’m not saying clouds can’t be sexy, but peach, eggplant, and droplet emojis are pretty much exclusively sexual at this point. Via BuzzFeed You are taking a quiz RN. Sorry if you’re a confused nurse RN. Using periods and “k” are each red flags on their own, but together? Oof. “I’m screaming,” “I can’t,” and “I’m dead” are all similar to OMG, but “Hooty hoo” is something I mutter quietly to make myself laugh. The first person has bad news The first person has bad news These people don’t like each other These people don’t like each other The first person is older than the second The first person is older than the second The second person doesn’t have an iPhone The second person doesn’t have an iPhone Green means the messages aren’t iMessage, which usually means you’re texting an Android user. Ellipses mean you’re annoyed, sad, or some other kind of unhappy. If you use these a lot for no reason, I do think you’re angry with me and it haunts me. Rolling on the floor laughing Rolling on the floor laughing A laughing emoji is better if you want to ROFL. But if you were wondering how to convey sarcasm through text, it’s with the upside-down smiley. “Mood,” “that’s a vibe,” and “oh me” are all ways to say “I relate,” while “valid” is more like “that’s understandable.” For when periods are too serious and exclamation points are too intense.