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If You're a Bad Texter–Or Bad At Living In The 21st Century–These 11 Things May Sound Familiar

There's one in every crowd.

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If You're a Bad Texter–Or Bad At Living In The 21st Century–These 11 Things May Sound Familiar
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I'm a bad texter, I get it. I also get that it's 2019, which means we live in a world solely revolved around technology as our mode of communication. Call me old fashioned but I don't want to have to rely on my phone to interact with people. So if you're dealing with a bad texter or are one yourself (bless your heart), here are 11 things that may sound like you.

1. People are surprised and celebrate when you responded less than 24 hours later.

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2. You get the "Are you alive?" texts. All the time.

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It's fine, I'm fine.

3. People think of creative ways to get in touch with you.

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I.E. telegrams; snail mail, or in extreme situations, pigeons.

4. People never understand why you don't "just respond".

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5. At the end of the day, they know you just won't.

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It's fine, I'm fine.

6. You start to get a reputation.

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7. You're a bad texter but great in person.

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This is SUCH a big mood for the bad-texter people of the world. People assume that being a bad texter= a bad friend. I'm here to tell you that just because we aren't the most technologically reliable doesn't mean we won't be there in a heart beat for our friends.

8. You come back days (or weeks) later trying to continue the conversation.

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It doesn't last long, though. People catch onto your trick really quickly and it never ends well.

9. People think by telling you to do better, it'll magically fix everything.

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Thank you Captain Obvious, I never thought of that. *Insert eye roll Emoji*.

10. Every year, your New Years resolution is to become a better texter.

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At least you don't have to think of any other resolutions you probably would break too.

11. With all said (or not said) and done, they love you anyway.

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Hopefully. Maybe a little bit.

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