Senior text-messaging codes

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Texting for Seniors

Since more and more seniors are texting and tweeting, there is a dire need for a Senior Texting Code (STC).

Please pass this on to your children and grandchildren so they can understand your texts!

ATD: At the Doctor’s

BFF: Best Friend Fainted

BTW: Bring the Wheelchair

BYOT: Bring Your Own Teeth

CBM: Covered by Medicare

CGU: Can’t Get Up

CUATSC: See You At the Senior Center

DWI: Driving While Incontinent

FWB: Friend With Beta-Blockers

FWIW: Forgot Where I Was

FYI: Found Your Insulin

GGPBL: Gotta Go Pacemaker Battery Low!

GHA: Got Heartburn Again

HGBM: Had Good Bowel Movement

IMHO: Is My Hearing-aid On?

LMDO: Laughing My Dentures Out

LOL: Living On Lipitor

LWO: Lawrence Welk’s On

H/t beloved Joseph! 😀


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0 responses to “Senior text-messaging codes

  1. Funny 🙂

  2. May you live in interesting definitely a curse.

    Proudly one of the last people alive without a cell phone. Detestable to have to listen to people’s (boring and mediocre) lives when all I want to do is shop for groceries. (Yeah, they have three kinds. Yeah, you want the one in the red wrapper? Yeah, that one’s 14 cents more.) Arrrggghh!
    From posts here, looks like y;all know what I mean. I bet you also get the “What? No cell phone?” everrrrry time people want a cell number (or asks if they can text you when your orescription’s ready.)
    Can’t imagine being so important that I must be reached at all times or being so undeveloped mentally that I must be connected to others by wireless signals (or however they work) 24 hours a day. (Course, I do carry a book everyplace.)


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