Texting, Twitter, chat and IM abbreviations and acronyms represent people's shorthand communications via mobile devices and on the Internet, especially on social media platforms.Although many seem as if they are misspelled, grammatically incorrect or confusing, texting abbreviation and texting acronyms are commonly used and are meant to expedite communications by shortening them so that the user doesn't have to spell out phrases, expressions or sentences.The use of emoticons is also pervasive in online communications and texting.
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As a self proclaimed Sapiosexual (A person who is sexual attracted to intelligence in others) I find there are many ways in which words can be sexy.
There is a tendency to only think of visual images as evoking arousal but you can do the same with words.
Spoken or written, words can be used to flirt or as foreplay. I’d like to share some ways in which we can use language to titillate, tease and tantalize. There are many different ways to get someone’s motor running with language. No need for pick-up lines, start with thoughtful conversation. You don’t need to be perfect, but someone who has made an effort to expand their verbal repertoire can be very sexy.
You can later turn up the sexy for a more ardent conversation.
It really has a lot to do with what your partner responds to.
Figure out if they like soft sensual language that subtly hints at sex, a carefully placed double entendre, or an alluring allegory?
Perhaps leaning in close and whispering something deliciously explicit in their ear would get your partner really going rather than including it in conversation.
Start a passionate discussion, ask an arousing question, or add a provocative suggestion. Despite being in the embrace of a digital age, I’ve heard people lament the passing of the hand written letter.