It used to be that texting was simply a fun, alternative way to communicate with someone — but now, texting is basically how we all connect with one another, all the time. It’s arguably a more popular communication method than talking on the phone, and with that new status, there comes plenty of subtle nuance surrounding how we text. If you’ve ever received a text that made you feel a little uncomfortable, know that you’re not alone: We’ve all fallen victim to a passive aggressive text before, and sometimes it’s simply a matter of punctuation. Below, Jimmy Kimmel explains the best of passive aggressive texting behavior.
Jimmy Kimmel Explains Passive Aggressive Texts. That’s Exactly What I Mean By ‘K.’ January 7, 2018