WhatsApp: what does 7w7 mean and why do many use it to flirt?

By: News Desk      Published: 08:32 AM, 30 Dec, 2021
WhatsApp: what does 7w7 mean and why do many use it to flirt?
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WhatsApp has become the favourite application of millions of users with devices ios and Android to communicate with your loved ones. Through it, we can send texts, photos, videos, voice notes or stickers. However, many users have also chosen to send emojis created from letters such as the popular ‘7w7 ′ or the’ 7u7 ′, which is widely used in chat rooms to flirt. Which is the reason? Here we tell you more about it.

Unlike emoticons that have a definition given by the Unicode Consortium, which standardizes the way punctuation marks and idiomatic characters are represented, these expressions like ‘7w7 ′ have a meaning that comes from the users themselves.

There is no exact date for when ‘7u7 ′ and’ 7w7 ′ were coined, but there is usually talk of a time around 2005 when a user added them in a fanfiction work, a friction work based on some material, already existing and created by fans.

What is the meaning of the ‘7w7 ′?

As detailed by the specialized portal Trecebists, ‘7w7 ′ is one of the many expressions of the gamer world and informal chats. It’s a naughty new way of saying to someone “I’d like to go somewhere with you” or suggesting something other than friendship.

To better understand the message, the use of 7w7 at the end of a sentence it denotes a flirtation or tenderness towards someone, since it is the new way that young people communicate in a WhatsApp chat or other messaging app.

Over the years, different emojis with letters have also been developed. Some are: “OwO”, which is a surprise emoji, “^ w ^”, which is an extremely happy spelling, “twt”, which is a crying emoji, and “ùwú”, an angry emoji.

Recover accidentally deleted conversation

If for some reason you deleted a WhatsApp conversation with very important photos and videos, then you have to know that there is a very simple trick that will allow you to recover them. Next, we are going to show you how.

The secret trick, which few people know, only works if the WhatsApp user made a backup of the instant messaging application. If you meet this requirement, feel free to review this video for more details.–thegoaspotlight.com