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Author: R. Strucel.  This reference was created for Globalrph to help translate occasional texting codes that appear sporadically in correspondence from friends, colleagues, and other professionals. At least once a month I receive messages from younger professionals that are difficult to decipher based on the presence of several texting shorthand abbreviations.   I had the author create two separate versions.  The primary version simply lists the acronym followed by the definition.  The alternative version lists the phrase / translation first and the texting code that represents the phrase.

VERSION 1: Texting acronym followed by the translation

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E Ecstasy
E123 Easy as 1 2 3
E2EG Ear to ear grin
EDP Emotionally disturbed person
EE Electronic emission
EF4T Effort
EFT Electronic funds transfer
EG Evil grin
EIP Editing in process
EM Excuse me
EMA E-mail address
EMFJI Excuse me for jumping in
EMI Excuse my ignorance
EML E-mail me later
EMSG E-mail message
ENUF Enough
EO Equal opportunity
EOD End of day
EOD End of discussion
EOE Equal opportunity Employer
EOL End of life
EOL End of lecture
EOM End of message
EOS End of shift
EOT End of thread
ES Erase screen
ETA Estimated time of arrival
EVERY1 Everyone
EVRE1 Everyone
EVO Evolution
EZ Easy

VERSION 2: Phrases followed by Texting Code

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