Learning about the intricate messages girls might send you while texting is fickle for most people. This article will explore when extra letters are used in texts with words like “heyy” and “yeahhh.”
Attraction is perhaps the most well-known reason why girls might use extra letters in their words. They might repeat letters like “heyyyy” to show that they’re interested in speaking to you.
Nobody knows exactly why these extra letters are included to show attraction. Nevertheless, it’s become a very popular way to admit interest in someone for most people in today’s world.
- Heyyy! How are you?
- You’re so cuuuute.
- I like youuuu.
Apologies are also fairly common when you see repeating letters in words. If someone is sorry for some kind of action, they might choose to repeat the letters on those words. Think about words like “sorryyyy” as a good example of this.
Adding the extra letters to apologies can give them slightly more emphasis. However, you should be careful if you’re using them yourself since people might also think they’re a bit disingenuous.
- I’m soo sorry!
- I’m really sorryyyy. Please forgive me.
- Damnnn. Sorryyy!
If a girl wants something badly enough, she might use extra letters to plead with you. For example, if she wants to go to a restaurant, but you would rather go to the movies, she might say “pleeease” to try and convince you to see her way of thinking.
It can be a cute way for her to try and get you to change your mind. This is more effective when she’s already in a relationship with the other guy, though.
- Pleeease! Let me have some fun tonight.
- Ohhh, pleease! I thought you’d be on my side.
- Pleeease! I won’t ask for anything else, I sweeear!
Sarcasm is one of the hardest things to convey over text messages. Everyone tends to read messages in the same tone in their heads, so sarcasm can sound genuine while genuine words can sound sarcastic.
This is where things get difficult, as it really depends on the context to determine whether she is being sarcastic with you or not. There are no specific words that relate to sarcasm, though “reeeeally” or “riiiight” are good choices.
Sarcasm is most obvious in text messages when you’ve said something hard to believe. If the girl wants to call you out for saying whatever you did, then you might find that she’s using extra letters to be cheeky or sarcastic.
- Reeeally? Do you think that she’s going to fall for that?
- Riiiight. Okay, Jack. Whatever you say.
- Suuure. I totally believe what you’re saying.
If a girl doesn’t believe you, she’s likely to show it. Let’s pretend you’ve said something that’s hard to believe or doesn’t make sense. You shouldn’t be surprised if you get a message from a girl saying something like “no wayyy.”
This is her playful way of showing you that she doesn’t trust what you’re saying. It doesn’t mean that she doesn’t like you; it just means that she knows better and wants you to prove yourself to her.
If you find a way to prove yourself, then you’ll be in her good books for sure. It’s all about learning what makes her not believe you (and trying to remedy that).
- No wayyy. You definitely aren’t going to get in touch with her.
- Nahhhh. I don’t believe you. You’re always lying about this stuff.
- Nopeeee. That’s not how it’s going to happen.
Seduction is similar to attraction, but it’s one step above. It works best when you’re both adults and you’re looking to take your relationship to the next level (whether you’re friends or partners already).
If a girl uses certain words that relate to you meeting each other (like “tonighttt” or “outtt”), then it might mean she’s interested in seducing you in some way.
We can’t tell you what that means, as every girl is different. But, if you’re into her, you should always let her know anyway.
- Heyyyy big boy. How are you doing?
- I can’t wait to see you tonighttttt.
- Let’s get wasted at the clubbbb.
Celebrating something is another good reason for a girl to repeat letters. Common words that we associate with celebration include “yayyy” or “wooo.” If you’ve delivered some good news to her via text, it’s likely that she’ll use one of these.
Recognizing celebrations in a text message is one of the easiest to figure out on this list. After all, they’re already using celebratory words like “yay,” so it’s not like they’re actively trying to cover up their real meaning.
- Wooooo! I didn’t know you’d be coming along.
- Yayyyy! Thank you for being such a good sport.
- Ahhhh! I can’t waitttt!
8. No Meaning
Okay, sometimes, there’s no meaning at all. A girl might include extra letters simply because she made a typo or because she likes the way the extra letters look.
Extra letters are just a way to add a bit of emphasis. A lot of guys tend to look too deeply into these text messages. It’s best not to let them go to your head, as you could come up with all kinds of wrong impressions.
If you’re really curious, you might just want to ask the girl how she feels about you. It’s always better to appear confident in these cases.
Do Guys Also Add Extra Letters To Words?
The inclusion of extra letters in text messages isn’t limited to one gender. Guys do it too.
The difference is that guys don’t do it for as many reasons. Most guys will only send multiple letters in texts when they’re excited about something or trying to impress a girl.
For the most part, guys are simpler on text. Just like they are in real life, it can be hard to understand what they’re currently feeling because they are reluctant to share.
Common Words That Have Extra Letters Added In Slang
Martin holds a Master’s degree in Finance and International Business. He has six years of experience in professional communication with clients, executives, and colleagues. Furthermore, he has teaching experience from Aarhus University. Martin has been featured as an expert in communication and teaching on Forbes and Shopify. Read more about Martin here.