A new website aims to help women decipher what their men are really saying via text message.
Call it generation "text" - yesterday's love letters are today's Tweets, texts and Instagrams.
FOX 29 asked three Delaware County teenagers to check out the website, HeTexted.com, which promises to decode what guys actually mean in their text messages.
Women send their text messages and ask viewers to decide: "Is he into your or not? What's this guy trying to say?
Take this text message, for example:
He says: "Sorry I snuck out last night, couldn't sleep."
She writes: "That's cool. What are you doing later?"
He answers: "Kinda' crazy with work. I'll let you know."
More than 4,000 strangers chimed in.
The teenagers we talked to thought the site was entertaining.
"Some of them are crazy," one teenager said.
We showed the site to parents, who worried that it could send the wrong message.
The website's founders say it has become so popular that there is a new user every three seconds. The founders say they're considering expanding by creating a website for men, appropriately called "Shetexted.com."
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The heat and humidity will continue to expand Sunday into Labor Day. There is a risk of scattered showers and thunderstorms both day. Best chance will be in the afternoon and evening.
Sunday (88/69): Clouds/Storm
Monday (90/71): Clouds/Storm
Tuesday (92/72): Clouds/Storm
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