The 'x' factor: is ending a text with a kiss flirtatious?
7 monthes ago - By The Guardian
Not according to a judge's recent ruling, but the letter X can be an ambiguous signoff. Is it best avoided? In the latest example of digital communications being difficult to parse - at least consistently - a judge has ruled that ending a text with a kiss does not constitute flirting. In the case of this family court dispute, a woman's estranged husband had tried to argue that it did. There is yet to be a universal established etiquette for digital communication, which is why people at the start of relationships screen-grab their paramour's texts and forward them to their besties with...
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